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Classic Games now available to watch anytime

by St. Louis Blues / Digital Release

There's nothing better than live hockey, but while we wait for the return of the NHL season, we've been re-living some of the greatest games of the recent past - including the 2019 Stanley Cup Final and the memorable run that led up to it.

Now, we're going even further back into the archives by making five new classic games available to watch exclusively at stlouisblues.com.

Classic Games just released include:

Jan. 19, 2013
Blues vs. Red Wings

Vladimir Tarasenko scores two goals in his NHL debut, guiding the Blues to a 6-0 home-opening win against the Detroit Red Wings. WATCH NOW

Nov. 29, 2000
Blues vs. Maple Leafs

The St. Louis Blues completed their biggest comeback in franchise history by erasing a five-goal deficit against the Toronto Maple Leafs. WATCH NOW

May 4, 1999
Game 7: Blues at Coyotes

Pierre Turgeon's overtime game-winner on the road eliminated the Phoenix Coyotes in Game 7 of the first-round of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs. WATCH NOW

Dec. 22, 1996
Blues vs. Kings

Brett Hull scores his 500th goal against the Los Angeles Kings, joining his father, Bobby, as the only father/son duo to score 500 goals each. WATCH NOW

April 25, 1993
Game 4: Blues vs. Blackhawks

The Blues complete a memorable sweep of the rival Chicago Blackhawks, leading to an emotional response from Blackhawks goalie Ed Belfour. WATCH NOW

March 31, 1991
Blues vs. North Stars

John Kelly called the action as Brett Hull set a franchise record with his 86th goal of the season in a win against the Minnesota North Stars in 1991. WATCH NOW

April 12, 1988
Game 5: Blues vs. Blackhawks

Dan Kelly and Ken Wilson call the action as goalie Greg Millen goes head-to-head with Darren Pang in Game 5 of a bitter rivalry between the Blues and Blackhawks. WATCH NOW

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