Joel Edmundson will receive his Stanley Cup championship ring on Tuesday just before the opening face-off.
Blues Hall of Famer Al MacInnis will present the ring alongside captains Alex Pietrangelo, Vladimir Tarasenko and Alexander Steen in a pregame on-ice ceremony around 6:45 p.m.
Edmundson is the last player from the 2019 Stanley Cup championship team to receive his ring.
"When I saw the videos and the Snapchats of when they received the rings, I just looked at pictures for like the next week of it," Edmundson said after Tuesday's morning skate.
The Blues flew in Edmundson's parents, Bob and Lois, to witness the moment.
"(Doug Armstrong) called me a couple weeks ago and mentioned it to me," Edmundson said. "It's a first-class move by (President and CEO Chris) Zimmerman, (Blues Chairman Tom) Stillman all the guys here, the whole organization. They treated me well the whole time in St. Louis, so for them to (fly my parents in), it's really special. My parents are really thankful for that."
"Just driving through downtown, going down Market Street brings back good memories," Edmundson added of being back in St. Louis. "Seeing everyone that works in the organization, I definitely miss it. But I'm really enjoying myself down in Carolina and we're looking forward to a good matchup here tonight."