Found May 25, 2013 on Fox Sports Midwest:
ST. LOUIS Adam Cracknell will have a fourth season with the Blues. The team announced Friday evening that Cracknell has signed a one-year deal with the Blues. The 27-year-old forward, who has been in St. Louis since 2010-11, would have become a free agent in late June. Cracknell had two goals and six points for St. Louis last season. His one-year contract, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, is worth 600,000.
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