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Blues Re-Sign Reaves

Posted 7:50 PM ET | Comments 6
The Blues today re-signed forward Ryan Reaves to a one-year, two-way contract.

The 24-year old enforcer agreed to a deal that will pay him $525,000 on the NHL roster, and $105,000 with Peoria of the AHL.

Reaves is penciled in to be the team's fourth-line tough guy, replacing Cam Janssen, who signed with the New Jersey Devils late last week.

Last season, Reaves played in 28 games, notching two goals and two assists along with 78 penalty minutes.



More to come,

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July 17, 2011 10:27 PM ET | Delete
4th line? He's riding the bench, bud. He'll maybe play when guys like Langenbrunner and Arnott need breaks or when we're matching up against tougher teams, but he won't be out there every day.
July 17, 2011 11:11 PM ET | Delete
July 18, 2011 5:41 PM ET | Delete
Very good, you wrote your own opinion. Reaves however will spend most of the season either in the Pressbox, or in peoria. You'll have Crombeen playing most of the time, with Nichol and Sabotka, and reeves may not see any time at all, unless there is an injury. The Blues have 13 guys signed to 1 way contracts (including Perron). Therefore, Reaves obviously sees no time unless of an injury. He won't even see time if someone needs a break, imo.
July 19, 2011 1:21 AM ET | Delete
Question for you jpl...since when have you become the "blog police" and decide what is right and wrong in how people write their blogs on here? I don't understand why you're so concerned with what I wirte, since my writing is my own words and opinions anyway. I'm not trying to gain anything out of this. I just am having fun writing. If you don't like what I write, you can choose not to read it. It's very simple.
July 19, 2011 1:22 AM ET | Delete
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July 19, 2011 9:09 PM ET | Delete
I agree i like reading his stuff even if it is wrong or off. Glad to see someone writing about the Blues
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