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The St. Louis Blues, named after the song of the same name, were established during the first league expansion in which the league doubled to twelve teams in 1967. They were chosen to be part of the Western Conference's Central Division. The franchise is owned by the American Company, Sports Capital Partners, managed by Doug Armstrong, coached by Davis Payne, and captained by Eric Brewer. They have been in seven division championships ranging from 1968-89 to 1999-00. The original rules of the NHL made it difficult for expansion teams to recruit star players, but the blues stuck it out and were considered one of the better teams in the Western Division. Also because of the playoff rules, the Blues were able to enter the Stanley Cup finals on two occasions and reached the finals in their first three seasons. They lost each time, first against the Montreal Canadiens, and then the Boston Bruins. Through much of the seventies, the short lived success was seldom seen as the rules for playoffs changed and the Blackhawks were moved to the Western Division accompanying the still fledgling team. Near the end of the decade, and facing financial crisis, the Salomons cut the team's staff down to just three people. Of which, Emile Francis was given the titles general manager, team president, and head coach. Soon after a deal to sell the Blues, but keep them in the city, was finalized, the team bounced back from their worst franchise season to date and entered the playoffs once more in 1980. Despite having sub .500 seasons two times in a row, the team still made it to playoffs each year. In the 2009-10 season, the Blues win forty games, lost thirty-two, and lost ten more in overtime getting a total of ninety points for the season!


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