1. Brett Hull, Al MacInnis, and Bernie Federko Statues

The Blues honor legends Brett Hull, Al MacInnis, and Bernie Federko with statues outside the Enterprise Center on the corner of 14th and Brett Hull Way. Hull is the Blues franchise leaders goals, MacInnis is one of the greatest defensemen of all-time, and Federko is the Blues franchise point leader, so make sure to check these statues out.

2. Jeremy Boyer

A big part of enjoying a Blues game is the musical stylings of Blues organist Jeremy Boyer. Boyer’s tunes are one of the Blues biggest traditions, so listen for “St. Louis Blues” before the game and “When the Blues Go Marching In” after every goal.

3. National Anthem

At the end of the national anthem, Blues fans chant “home of the Blues” rather than “home of the brave.” Join in on this fun tradition to show off your Blues pride when attending a game in St. Louis.

4. Towel Man

The Blues super fan “Towel Man” has been attending games since 1990 and has become a significant part of every Blues games. After each Blues goal, he’ll count using the bell and throw a towel from section 314.

5. Fan Produced Programs

Make sure to pick up the fan produced St. Louis Game Time outside the arena before the game. The program provides a more cynical view on the team and happenings around the league, so check it out.

6. Retired Number Banners

Hanging above the ice, are six former St. Louis Blues numbers. These banners honor such greats as Al MacInnis,  Bob Gassoff, and Brett Hull, so take a minute to remember all of your favorite players from the past.

7. Mural

In the lower seating bowl, there is a mural celebrating Garry Unger, Red Berenson, Joe Mullen, and Keith Tkachuk. Stop by and see this mural, which does an impressive job of honoring Blues players throughout the team’s many eras, all of which wore number seven.

8. Top Shelf

Top Shelf offers an excellent place to gather with friends during the game. This vast area of open space is filled with chairs and tables making it a great place to eat during intermission. Don’t worry if you can’t get back to your seat right away either, since Top Shelf offers a great view of the ice.

9. Louie

You can see the Blues lovable mascot Louie at every Blues game. Fans young and old appreciate Louie’s comedy, so don’t miss him during the game.

10. Blue Crew

The Blue Crew keeps everyone engaged throughout the game with a variety of promotions, so be on the lookout for them as you never know what kind of prizes you could win.

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