St. Louis Blues is an American hockey team. The club plays in the National Hockey League since it was formed. In 2019, they won the Stanley Cup championship for the first time in the team’s history. The headquarters of the Blues command are located in the Enterprise Center, St. Louis, Missouri.
Who owns St. Louis Blues? They are owned by Tom Stillman. The team belongs to him since 2012.
The team story starts in 1967, when it was established as one of the six clubs in NHL expansion. The team’s name was the referring to the W.C. Handy’s song, also called Saint Louis Blues. The command’s symbol, the blue-colored note, associates not just with the proper command, but also with its home city, famous for the jazz and blues music.
1967 – 1978
The initial logotype of the Saint Louis’ team consists, as we’ve mentioned, of the blue note, which looked like the stylized hockey club as well, and the wings, coming from it. These wings’ style was alike to the hat of Hermes, God of speed in the Greek mythology. The note was outlined by the bright-yellow shining contour.
1978 – 1984
The 1978 logo had the familiar note, placed over the ring-shaped roll with the thin blue outline. On the roll, there was written the team’s name in the blue sans-serif typeface that had the straight letters and gaps between them.
1984 – 1987
The following brand mark that was used by the brand gained a bit sharper blue note, which had the red shining contour. On the mark, the elegant white inscription ‘St. Louis’ was showing off. Above the note, the designers placed the club’s name in the cartoon font with the red outline as well.
1987 – 1989
One more logotype was composed of the familiar note, but without any names, rings, et cetera. It had the yellow-and-red outline.
1989 – 1998
Another Blues’ trademark had the note with similar shape to the very first variant. It was outlined red and yellow.
1998 – 1999
The next logotype had the note similar to the 1987 variant, but with yellow-and-blue contour.
1999 – 2008
In 1999, the note was enlarged.
2008 – today
The 2008 symbol of the St. Louis Blues has the yellow-blue contour with a little addition of the white color.
The helmet design was first introduced in 1979. It was the simple helmet, colored white or blue, and it didn’t have any special details. In 1985, designers added the team’s name on the helmet. The most recent helmet variations have the glass board on the helmet as well.
The team’s uniform appeared in the foundation year. It had the blue and white variants of jerseys with the logo on them, and the pants. As time went, the uniforms changed the shades and style. The recent uniforms use mainly the color blue with white, yellow and dark-blue strips on the jerseys.
St. Louis Blues Colors
PANTONE: PMS 287 C
HEX COLOR: #002F87;
RGB (0, 47, 135)
CMYK: (100, 75, 2, 18)
PANTONE: PMS 1235 C
HEX COLOR: #FCB514;
RGB: (252, 181, 20)
CMYK: (0, 31, 98, 0)
PANTONE: PMS 282 C
HEX COLOR: #041E42;
RGB: (4, 30, 66)
CMYK: (100, 90, 13, 68)
HEX COLOR: #FFFFFF;
RGB: (255, 255, 255)
HSB: (42, 0, 100)
CMYK: (0, 0, 0, 0)