ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis Blues have released "History Made," an exclusive, commemorative book chronicling the 2019 Stanley Cup Champion St. Louis Blues, in time for the holidays. The book is available to purchase online or in-store at STL Authentics at Enterprise Center.
Inside the pages of "History Made," Blues fans can relive the historic 2018-19 season -- from the signing of vital players in summer 2018 through early-season challenges, and from a club-record 11 consecutive wins to the raising of the first-ever Stanley Cup Championship banner in Enterprise Center. This artfully-crafted book, featuring a stately cover highlighted by the iconic Blue Note and Stanley Cup, includes more than 200 pages of behind-the-scenes stories, never-before-seen photos and unique memory pages for fans to personally record their cherished moments.
"This book, like our journey to the Stanley Cup, is truly one of a kind," said Steve Chapman, Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer for the St. Louis Blues. "'History Made' is more than just the definitive book on the Blues' unbelievable championship season. It will be a keepsake that generations of Blues hockey fans will celebrate and cherish for a lifetime."
Featuring a foreword by St. Louis Blues Chairman Tom Stillman and an introduction by Blues captain Alex Pietrangelo, "History Made" is the only official commemorative book produced by the St. Louis Blues and licensed by the National Hockey League.
Priced at $67, "History Made" began taking pre-orders in October and is available exclusively at STLAuthentics.com and in the STL Authentics Team Store at Enterprise Center.
Season ticket holders are eligible to receive their season ticket holder discount (no other discount will apply).
"History Made" was created in partnership with St. Louis-based collaborator FleishmanHillard, which is serving as project manager and art director, and Skybox Press, a leading publisher of commemorative sports championship books. FleishmanHillard partnered with the Blues in a similar capacity in the publication of "Note by Note," a coffee table book produced in 2002 to celebrate the club's 35th anniversary.