Rookie Cards of the 2019 St. Louis Blues Players and Coaches

The St. Louis Blues won the Stanley Cup in grand fashion last night, winning Game Seven 4-1 on the road against the Boston Bruins. Goaltender Jordan Binnington shut down Boston’s offense and kept the Blues in it, and Ryan O’Reilly’s four goals in four Cup games earned him the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP.

For those who are looking to build a rookie card collection of the 2019 St. Louis Blues team — or just want to see what that collection looks like — here is a visual checklist of RCs for every Blues player who appeared in at least one 2019 playoff game.

The Goalies

Jordan Binnington – 2014-15 Upper Deck #469
Jake Allen – 2012-13 O-Pee-Chee #590

The Forwards

Ryan O’Reilly – 2009-10 Victory #306
Vladimir Tarasenko – 2013-14 Panini Prizm #282

Brayden Schenn – 2010-11 Donruss #295
Jaden Schwartz – 2012-13 Upper Deck #245

Patrick Maroon – 2011-12 Upper Deck #451
David Perron – 2007-08 Fleer Ultra #267

Ivan Barbashev – 2017-18 Parkhurst #256
Oskar Sundqvist – 2016-17 O-Pee-Chee #564

Tyler Bozak – 2009-10 O-Pee-Chee #793
Alexander Steen – 2005-06 Parkhurst #667

Robert Thomas – 2018-19 Parkhurst #338
Sammy Blais – 2017-18 Upper Deck #453

Robby Fabri – 2015-16 Champ’s #266
Zach Sanford – 2016-17 Fleer Showcase #116

The Defense

Jay Bouwmeester – 2002-03  Pacific Vanguard #115
Alex Pietrangelo – 2008-09 Collectors Choice #234

Colton Parayko – 2015-16 O-Pee-Chee Update #U18
Joel Edmundson – 2015-16 Upper Deck #207

Carl Gunnarsson – 2009-10 Upper Deck #492
Vince Dunn – 2017-18 O-Pee-Chee Update #635

Robert Bortuzzo – 2011-12 Panini Elite #214

The Coaches

Head Coach Craig Berube – 1990-91 Pro Set #498

Assistant Coach Mike Van Ryn – 1996-97 Upper Deck #378
Assistant Coach Steve Ott – 2002-03 Be A Player Memorabilia #372

Question: Have you ever put together a trading card set based around a championship team? What team was it? Did you set any guidelines, such as rookie cards or autographed cards only? Leave a comment and let me know.■

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One thought on “Rookie Cards of the 2019 St. Louis Blues Players and Coaches”

  1. What impresses me the most is how many on that team were actually rookies for them! Shows how drafting right and development plays a huge roll in winning. Also, I’m blowen away by how many card companies I had no idea existed!

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