Found July 31, 2013 on Frozen Notes:
St. Louis prospect Brett Sonne is heading to Austria. Sonne, 24, was selected by the Blues in the third round (85th overall) in the 2007 NHL Draft. He spent the last four years skating in the AHL with the Peoria Rivermen before making a brief cameo with the Texas Stars after the Rivermen loaned him out in exchange for Carl Sneep. The Blues retained Sonne's rights even after the trade, but they elected to let him walk after his contract expired at the end of 2012-13.  Sonne now heads to Austria where he will skate with Dornbirner EC, as reported by the team's official site.  Sonne's time within the St. Louis organization was interesting, yet it ultimately ends in disappointment. When the Blues claimed Sonne's NHL rights in 2007, they believed they were lining up a future center for the Blues who carried big offensive talent.  Things started out on the right foot. Sonne had an outstanding 2008-09 in the WHL with the Calgary Hitmen, scoring 48 goals and 52...

Brett Sonne On His Way To Austria by   Steven Ellis

After four seasons within the St. Louis Blues organization, Brett Sonne has signed a one-year contract with Austrian club, Dornbirner EC of the EBEL. Sonne was drafted 85th overall in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft by the Blues. After five seasons with the Calgary Hitman of the WHL, Sonne became a member of the gold medal winning Canadian team at the 2009 World Junior Hockey Championships...
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