The Blues have two alternate logos in their over 45-year history. But the two alternate logos are awesome logos, the inactive alternate logo from 1996 - 1998 brands the logo for what St. Louis and the blues represent. The current alternate logo is about the St. Louis landmark - the Arch.
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2009 - Present
The Blue’s note logo in front of St Louis Gateway Arch inside a blue and gold circle. Wordmark “ST. LOUIS BLUES” in white with yellow trim on top of the blue circle.
1996 - 1998
A blue with yellow outline horn on a yellow circle with blue ring. Wordmark “ST. LOUIS BLUES” in white.
1968 - 1978
The original St. Louis Blues logo is a roundel of the recognizable blue note inside a yellow cycle with a wordmark “ST. LOUIS BLUES” and “NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE” in blue.