[ebayfeedsforwordpress feed=”https://www.auctionrequest.com/arfeed.php?uid=Hoc5f6f75588916&keyword=%22vintage%22+%22st%22.+%22louis%22+%22blues%22+%22jersey%22+-photo+-bobblehead+-helmet+-magnets+-pin+-puck+-magnet+-mcfarlane+-crest+-champions+-photograph&sortOrder=StartTimeNewest&programid=1&campaignid=5336160976&listingType1=All&cond=1&categoryId1=24409″ items=”100″ header=””]

Check out our current selection of vintage throwback St. Louis Blues jerseys below. Home, away, authentic RBK Edge and replica jerseys available. S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL sizes with kids and women’s styles in stock. Federko, Liut, Sutter, Hull, Oates, Gretzky, Halak and more.

More About Vintage St. Louis Blues Jerseys

One of the teams that joined the NHL during its first expansion from the “Original Six” to twelve teams, the St. Louis Blues were also the most successful expansion franchise early on. At the time NHL rules mandated that one of the six expansion franchises was guaranteed to reach the Stanley Cup Finals in the early years following the 1967 expansion. The Blues beat out their 5 fellow expansion teams in 1968, 1969 and 1970, reaching the Stanley Cup Finals on all three occasions. Though they were swept all three times – twice by the Montreal Canadiens, and once by Bobby Orr and the Boston Bruins – the Scotty Bowan-led squad was easily the class of that first expansion early on.

The party wouldn’t last, however. The team would go through many dark years over the next couple of decades, and despite a few good years, wouldn’t really rise to prominence again until the 1990s. From the 1990s onward the team has seen many of the game’s greatest stars suit up in St. Louis Blues jerseys. Brett Hull, Adam Oates, Wayne Gretzky, Chris Pronger and Al MacInnis all lent their considerable talents to the club. However, despite that stellar cast the team has been unable to make it back to the Stanley Cup Finals.

Today’s Blues are an exciting young squad that features stars like T.J. Oshie, Erik Johnson, and David Backes. And with the the inclusion of goaltender Jaroslav Halak, the star of the Montreal Canadiens improbably 2010 Stanley Cup playoff run, hopes are sky-high among fans that this team could be poised to do some damage over the next few years.