Top St. Louis Blues prospects to get excited for in 2024

The St. Louis Blues prospects pool isn’t half-bad heading into 2024-25, and there is a chance several of them could end up in Gateway City come October.
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4 - Dalibor Dvorsky, F

We last visited Dalibor Dvorsky in the post talking about a trio of untouchable prospects Doug Armstrong can’t trade in the offseason. He was making good progress then, but his season wasn’t quite over. Now that it is, he’s taking the No. 4 spot in these rankings and fans should be very, very excited to see more of this prospect who is signed to the organization. 

He finished the regular season with 88 points and 45 goals in 52 contests, and through an additional nine playoff games, Dvorsky tacked on another 10 points and three goals. It was a ‘Welcome to North America Tour’ that just saw him dominate during his first OHL season, and next year, the encore could involve 50-plus goals and 100-plus points.

This is assuming he doesn’t end up with the AHL’s Springfield Thunderbirds, as despite playing for a CHL team, he was never drafted out of the CHL, so Dvorsky is not required to wait until he’s 20 to play in the AHL.  

He’s a versatile player who can play center and winger, but there is still too much established talent on the Blues for him to seriously compete for a spot this fall. But don’t fear, as he has a phenomenal chance to at least debut at some point late next season, depending on where the Blues and his OHL club, the Sudbury Wolves (or the AHL’s Thunderbirds), stand. 

That said, look for Dvorsky to leave the junior circuit for good following the 2025-26 season at the latest, where he will either spend time in Springfield or immediately jump to the big club, depending on what kind of competition he’s facing.