Only one player has scored in every Stanley Cup final series in the history of the St. Louis Blues.
In 1968 against the Montreal Canadiens, Frank St. Marseille scored once and assisted on another goal as the Blues were swept by the Montreal Canadiens. He was among three Blues to register multiple points during the series.
The opening game of the Stanley Cup final yesterday saw Canadiens drop the St. Louis Blues 3-1. Dick Duff, Bobby Rousseau and John Ferguson took care of the Habs scoring. Frank St. Marseille netted the Blues only goal, Habs outshot Blues 28-20. pic.twitter.com/mNPRiib7H2
— 1969 Hockey Tweets (@1969hockeynews) April 28, 2019
The following spring, again facing the Canadiens, St. Marseille and Terry Gray were the only St. Louis players who scored as the Blues were again swept by the Habs.
Meet Al Abour & Frank St Marseille. See the 1970 St Louis Blues edition of Plymouth Barracuda, free decals & schedules back on Jan 5 1970. pic.twitter.com/BIyda4sToe
— STL Blues History (@STLBlueshistory) January 5, 2017
In 1970, Boston swept St. Louis in the final series. St. Marseille led all St. Louis scorers in the final round with two goals and one assist.