St. Louis Blues
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl Champions 1969
Western Division Champions
Goaltenders Glenn Hall and Jacques Plante shared the Vezina Trophy as the NHL's top goalie tandem.
Front Row L to R - Glenn Hall, Red Berenson, Lynn Patrick (managing director), Sidney Solomon (president), Al Arbour, Sid Solomon (executive vice-pesident), Scotty Bowman (coach & general manager), Jim Roberts, Jacques Plante.
Middle Row - Robert L. Wolfson (vice-president / treasurer), Bob Plager, Jean-Guy Talbot, Craig Cameron, Ab McDonald, Noel Picard, Terry Gray, Ron Schock, Tim Ecclestone, Barclay Plager, James D. Cullen (secretary).
Back Row - Tom Woodcock (trainer), Toby Wilson (assistant trainer), Bill Plager, Terry Crisp, Doug Harvey, Frank St. Marseille, Ted Ouimet, Bill McCreary, Larry Keenan, Gary Sabourin, Camille Henry, Dr J G Probstein.
The Blues won the NHL's West Division title for the first time in their history. In the playoffs, the Blues swept the Philadelphia Flyers and the Los Angeles Kings, winning both series four games to none, winning the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl, before losing the Stanley Cup Finals in four straight to the Montreal Canadiens for the second straight season.