Tori Foster, Staff Writer

Downtown St. Louis at the Enterprise Center– The St. Louis Blues are off to a rocky start this season. Their current score is 3-4-3. They won three games, lost four games and lost three more in overtime.

The 2018-2019 Blues season have gone paperless with their tickets. In mid-September the Blues announce their mobile tickets to the new games. You can download the National Hockey League mobile app from your app store, select the Blues as your favorite team, make a Blues account, then buy your tickets to any Blues games at the convenience of being at work, home or even your own bed.  Once game day comes, while entering you would have to go to the NHL app and present the guard your barcode for your entrance into the game.

The Blues top two season leaders so far include David Perron #57 who plays left wing with five goals and Ryan O’ Reilly #90 who plays center with 11 assists and 14 goals.

Thursday, Oct. 25, Blues defenseman Robert Bortuzzo was placed on injury reserve after the Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced to the public that Bortuzzo had a lower body injury. Bortuzzo has dressed to play for five games this season so far and sadly he must sit out until they evaluate him. In the upcoming two weeks, Bortuzzo is supposed to be re-evaluated to see if he will be able to play for the rest of the season with his teammates.

Then Saturday, Oct. 27, Blues goalie Jake Allen stopped 18-21 goals in the St. Louis Blues v. Chicago Blackhawks game. However with one minute remaining on the clock in the second period, Allen protected the goal by having a collision with a Blackhawks player. After the great save, Blues Head Athletic Trainer Ray Barile had to help Allen to the locker room since he was badly injured in the collision. There have been no updates on his injury, but he will be evaluated in the upcoming weeks.

Meanwhile, Monday, Oct. 29, 20-year-old Jordan Kyrou was traded from the St. Louis Blues to the San Antonio Rampage. Kyrou had appeared in nine games this season and unfortunately, he was reassigned.

Moving forward, the Blues play three home games Nov. 6, 9 and 11 at the Enterprise Center off Clark Avenue. Go support your St. Louis Blues.