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St. Louis Blues forward David Perron has signed a four year contract extension to remain with the organization that drafted him. - (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The St. Louis Blues announced on Thursday afternoon that they had signed one of their youthful, restricted free agent forwards to a nice, long term contract.
The Blues and David Perron have reached a deal on a four year contract that will pay Perron $15.25 million over the length of the contract, according to the Blues official team website.
Perron announced via Twitter just how excited he was to be back with the Blues and to get training camp started later this fall.
Agreed to a 4 year deal with the Blues. Couldn't be happier to be back in St Louis!!! Can't wait to start training camp in september :)))
— David Perron (@DP_57) July 5, 2012
Perron was second on the club in scoring last season with 21 goals, trailing on David Backes. Perron wrecked his havoc though on opposing goalies in just 57 games.
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ST. LOUIS -- St. Louis Blues Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the club has signed forward David Perron to a four-year contract.
"Were excited to have David in the fold for the next four years," said Armstrong. "He made a great comeback by scoring 21 goals in 57 games. Were comfortable with his health, and were confident...
David Perron’s four-year deal was an interesting call for both sides.
I figured a short-term deal made since for both sides. Perron operates under the concussion cloud, especially during the coming season, but he also possesses breakout scoring potential.
Both sides could have hedged their bets with a one- or two-year agreement. But both sides saw value in the longer term.
The St. Louis Blues re-signed restricted free agent David Perron to a four-year deal worth $15.25 million, TSN reported Thursday. Perron, a 24-year-old winger, had 21 goals and 21 assists in 57 games this past season for the Blues, but he missed the first 25 games of the season with concussion symptoms. "There was a little bit of concern and I think what we talked about...
ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Blues Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the club has signed forward David Perron to a four-year contract.
“We’re excited to have David in the fold for the next four years,” said Armstrong. “He made a great comeback by scoring 21 goals in 57 games. We’re comfortable with his health, and we’re confident...
ST. LOUIS Securing a young star for a long-term vision can include risk. The St. Louis Blues' signing of winger David Perron to a four-year, 15.25 million contract reveals this much: General manager Doug Armstrong trusts the 24-year-old will be remembered more for his talent than his suspect health.
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