When Was the Last Time the St. Louis Blues Won the Stanley Cup?

Jordan Binnington of the Blues
Jordan Binnington of the Blues / Matthew Stockman/GettyImages

The St. Louis Blues are in the playoffs for the 10th time in 11 seasons after finishing with the third-most points in the Central Division.

St. Louis, who went 49-22-11 in the regular season, will take on the Minnesota Wild in the first round. Betsided's Iain MacMillan is worried about the Blues' chances, but they've excelled as underdogs in the past and hope to do it again.

As the Blues begin what they hope is a successful playoff run, let's take a look at their postseason history:

When Was the Last Time the Blues Won the Stanley Cup?

The Blues won the Stanley Cup for the first and only time in club history in 2019 in a dramatic seven-game series against the Bruins.

They lost in the Stanley Cup Final in each of their first three seasons as a franchise (1968-1970) but otherwise have never made the final round other than 2019.

Since 1980, the Blues have only missed the playoffs six times. So they've been stalwarts in the postseason despite limited playoff success to show for it.

Blues Odds to Win Western Conference, Stanley Cup

WynnBET Sportsbook currently has the Blues listed at +1200 to win the Western Conference and +2500 to win the Stanley Cup.

The Blues have the fifth-best odds to win the West and the 11th-lowest odds to win a championship.

If St. Louis can make it past Minnesota, they'll take on the winner of the Avalanche vs Predators series. With Colorado being a heavy favorite (+125) to win the conference, the Blues will need to pull off a massive upset to advance.

They did win 12 of their final 15 regular season games though and have a victory over the Avalanche this year, so St. Louis is certainly capable of pulling it off. If you like their chances to win their second Stanley Cup in the last few years, head on over to WynnBET to get your futures bet placed before the series gets underway.

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