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May 13, 2021; St. Louis, Missouri, USA; St. Louis Blues left wing David Perron (57) celebrates with goaltender Jordan Binnington (50) and center Ryan O'Reilly (90) after the Blues defeated the Minnesota Wild at Enterprise Center. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

The St. Louis Blues along with broadcast partners Bally Sports Midwest and 101 ESPN announced today the team’s broadcast schedule for the 2021-22 season. Bally Sports Midwest will televise 69 regular-season games in its 25th season as the home of the Blues. In addition, the Blues’ three preseason home games will be streamed live on the Bally Sports app and BallySports.com. In its third season as the Blues radio partner, 101 ESPN will broadcast every game on the radio, 101espn.com and the 101 mobile app.

The Bally Sports Midwest broadcast team will continue to feature John Kelly as the play-by-play announcer and Darren Pang as lead analyst. When Pang fulfills periodic national TV responsibilities, former Blues defenseman Jamie Rivers will fill in as analyst alongside Kelly. Hall-of-Famer Bernie Federko and Rivers will serve as analysts on the Blues Live pregame and postgame shows as well as intermission reports. Blues local TV ratings have ranked in the top five among U.S. NHL teams each of the last eight seasons, including No. 3 in 2021, according to Nielsen Media Research. Bally Sports Midwest is widely available on providers throughout the region. All games also stream on the Bally Sports app and BallySports.com, for fans who sign in through their provider. The remaining 13 Blues games will air as part of the NHL’s national TV package.

Chris Kerber and Joey Vitale will return to call the action on 101 ESPN. Each game on 101 will feature a one-hour pregame show as well as extended postgame shows with great guests and analysts to break down Blues games as well as big news from around the NHL.

The Blues preseason starts this Saturday when the team hosts the Minnesota Wild, at 7 p.m., at Enterprise Center, while the regular season begins on Saturday, Oct. 16, at the Colorado Avalanche. For more information on the Blues’ broadcast schedule, please visit stlouisblues.com, BallySports.com and 101espn.com. 

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