The Kansas City Blues were a minor-league hockey team based in Kansas City, Missouri that played in the Central Hockey League from 1967 to 1972, and again in the 1976-77 season, mainly as an affiliate of the in-state St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League. On February 21, 1971, Michel Plasse would be the first goaltender to score a goal in a professional hockey game. Plasse scored for the Kansas City Blues of the CHL versus Oklahoma City.

The first incarnation of the KC Blues played their home games at the American Royal Arena, while the second incarnation played their home games at Kemper Arena, once the Scouts moved to Denver and became the Colorado Rockies.

The Blues won the Adams Cup in 1977. They then became the Kansas City Red Wings with the Detroit Red Wings as their NHL affiliate.

Season-by-Season RecordsEdit

Central Hockey LeagueEdit

Season Games Won Lost Tied Points Goals
1967-68 70 31 29 10 72 249 243 2nd NorthLost Semi Final
1968-69 72 26 28 18 70 236 242 2nd NorthLost Quarter Final
1969-70 72 24 37 11 59 228 259 7thout of playoffs
1970-71 72 30 31 11 71 214 223 5thout of playoffs
1971-72 72 21 35 16 58 244 277 6thout of playoffs
1976-77 76 46 21 9 101 322 2225 1stWon Adams Cup

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