St. Louis Blues


1967-68
Thanks to modern-day travel, it becomes much easier for St. Louis to host an NHL franchise. More than 30 years following the demise fo the one-season wonder Eagles, the St. Louis Blues take to the ice wearing (appropriately) blue (and gold) jerseys. The sleeve and tail stripes on the white jersey would change for the playoffs.


1968-73
The shoulder yoke becomes longer, extending down into the top of the sleeve. Also, the sleeve numbers on the white jersey go away.


1973-74
The sleeve numbers on the white jerseys are restored, and the color pattern on the blue jersey's stripes are reversed.


1974-77
Names are added to the home jersey.


1977-79
Names are added to the road jersey, thanks to a new NHL rule.


1979-84
The shoulder yoke on the blue jerseys gain gold and white stripes.


1984-85
The blue becomes a shade darker, and the blue note is joined by a script logo above.


1985-87
Red joins the team's color scheme.


1987-89
The BLUES script goes away.


1989-92
The edges on the blue note are more rounded.


1992-94
The names take the same color pattern as the numbers on both jerseys.


1995-97
Red becomes more prominent on the road jersey in the team's redesign.


1997-98
The Blues introduce their future home uniform as their alternate in the 1997-98 season.


1998-2007
The new uniforms take full hold as red is retired from the team's color scheme.


2007-08
The striping pattern changes on the new Reebok Edge uniforms.


2008-14
A new navy blue alternate uniform is introduced, along with a new circular crest that features the city's famous Gateway Arch.


2014-16
Vertical piping on the primary home and away jerseys gives way to more traditional horizontal striping.


2016-present
The alternate uniform is retired.