The St. Louis Blues are obviously based in St. Louis, Missouri. The team is a member of the NHL’s Central Division. Though most people assume that the name ‘Blues’ probably refers to the music genre but in fact, it’s named after W.C. Handy’s song “Saint Louis Blues.” All home games for the Blues are played at the Scottrade Center with a 19,150 person seating capacity. One of the biggest challenges for the team is trying to retain their young players and probably the same goes for keeping millennial fans interested in the team. The Blues are in a division with the BlackhawksAvalancheMinnesota WildNashville PredatorsStars and the Winnipeg Jets.

If you’re a fan of the Blues because after all they are your home team then below is how you can stream them online without a regular cable subscription to save money.

We Recommend: Hulu for Streaming Blues Games Online

One of the biggest names in streaming now has a live sports option. Hulu Live offers dozens of channels including NBC Sports, ESPN, and more, meaning you can access most Blues games online. They also offer a great free trial, so if you’re hoping to watch tonight’s game, you can try before you buy. Check it out here!

Try Hulu Live Free

Fubo TV offers live Blues game streams

A little bit more expensive than Hulu Live, Fubo is a great option though if you’re looking for some of the more obscure channel streaming options. Odds are good if the Blues game is online, you can find it on Fubo.

Try FuboTV Free for 7 Days

Want to watch an out-of-market Blues game online?

If you live in one city, but want to watch a St. Louis Blues game being broadcast in another city, you will need to use a VPN service. A VPN will allow you to set your computer’s location to wherever the game is being streamed and then access the game online with one of the streaming services above.


Live Stream the St. Louis Blues Online with Sling TV

Sling TV is a full blooded online streaming option with a bargain basement price tag. Sling TV subscribers are treated to a number of channels including ESPN which in case you didn’t know airs just about every game played by the Blues, not to mention all NHL games in general. The service also allows you to stream dozens of entertainment, kids, and news channels like NHL NetworkDisney, Syfy, AMC, and CNN, etc. Not a bad deal starting at just $20 a month!

Try Sling TV Free for 7 Days

Watch the St. Louis Blues Play Live with AT&T TV NOW

AT&T TV NOW allows NHL fans to watch the St. Louis Blues play live. As a matter of fact they can watch just about any team playing or any sports event. The service starts at $35 a month with a downloadable app for iOS and Android devices. Subscribers can live stream the channel that airs the Blues’ game or they can decide to upgrade over to a package which includes the NHL Network just so that they can watch the entire season with highlights and other extras. Click the button below to checkout the service for free:


Watch the St. Louis Blues Online Using the Official NHL GameCenter Service

The official way to stream all the preseason and regular games played by the St. Louis Blues is to do it via NHL’s GameCenter service. The service allows subscribers to stream live games directly to their mobile device for just $131.49 annually. However, if you’re interested in only watching the Blues play you can get a one team only subscription for $100 per year. Another option worth considering if you’re in and out of a job is the monthly $24.99 subscription.


Stream the St. Louis Blues with the PlayStation Vue

The PlayStation Vue is just like Sling TV except for being slightly more expensive and not as flexible. But you still get to stream dozens of channels including ESPN on just about any Chromecast, Android, and iOS device. If you own a PlayStation 4, you can seamlessly switch between virtual games and the real game!

Other Ways of Streaming the St. Louis Blues Online for Free

Above are the only legit ways of watching the St. Louis Blues play live online. Yes! They are not free but incredibly cheap. However, only decide to use nefarious methods of streaming after you’ve visited the St. Louis County Jail, you never know what you’ll find…we’re sure it isn’t NHL!