Photo of the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri. Home of the St. Louis Blues.

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The St. Louis Blues announced earlier this week that the 2nd phase of Scottrade Center renovations will begin during the summer of 2018. The upcoming renovations will include replacing all of the seats on the mezzanine level of the Scottrade Center, redoing the concourse and adding new local food offerings to the concession stands. New food offerings for the 2018-2019 NHL season will include Lion’s Choice, Byrd & Barrel, Hi-Pointe Drive-In and SugarFire BBQ.

The Scottrade Center will also be adding two new private club areas called The Rinkside Club and Pub ’67. These areas will be accessible for glass seat and club seat ticket holders. Last summer, the Scottrade Center received upgrades in the form of new LED lighting inside the arena, a new scoreboard and sound system, renovated player locker rooms and the addition of theater boxes. The renovation was financed with more than $60 million in local bonds. At 24 years old, the Scottrade Center is slowly becoming one of the oldest arenas in the National Hockey League.

The Buffalo Sabres also announced earlier this week that they would be exploring implementing renovations to their home arena; the KeyBank Center. Last month, the Philadelphia Flyers announced they would be renovating the aging Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.


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