Blues Re-Sign Reaves
Posted July 17, 2011
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... Read More »
Blues Sign Cheechoo
Posted July 12, 2011
The Blues today signed forward Jonathan Cheechoo to a one-year, two-way contract.
Cheechoo, 30, played in 55 games last season with Worchester of the AHL, totaling 18 goals and 29 assists. The former 56-goal scorer last played in the NHL in 2009-10 with the Ottawa Senators.
Cheechoo will make $600,000 on the NHL roster, and $225,000 in the minors with Peoria of the AHL.
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The Blues today signed forwards Jason Arnott and Jamie Langenbrunner to one-year contracts.
Both players signed for $2.5 million, with bonuses adding up to potentially $2.8 million.
Langenbrunner, 35, played in 70 games with New Jersey and Dallas last season, registering nine goals and 23 assists. The former Devils' captain was also the team captain of the 2010 USA Olympic hockey team.
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Two signings the Blues have made today...
The Blues Tuesday afternoon signed center Scott Nichol to a one-year, $600,000 contract.
The 36-year old veteran played in 56 games last season with the San Jose Sharks, tallying four goals and three assists. Nichol has also spent time in his 12-year career with Buffalo, Clagary, Chicago, and Nashville.
Nichol is known around St. Louis as a Blues... Read More »
The Blues yesterday afternoon announced the signing of defenseman Kent Huskins to a one-year, $1 Million contract.
Huskins, 32, played in 50 games last season with the San Jose Sharks, registering two goals and eight assists and had a +8 rating.
Huskins gives the Blues another left-handed shot on defense that they've been rumored to be looking for.
While no... Read More »