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from Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal, • St. Louis Blues winger Chris Stewart should be sending general manager Doug Armstrong a gift basket and a nice bottle of wine for giving him $3 million in a new one-year deal after his disappointing 15 goals and 30 points, a pay cut of just $250,000. Stewart has way more ability than those meagre numbers. If Stewart gets $3 million for 30 points, there’s not a chance the Oilers’ restricted freeagent forward Sam Gagner should take a penny less after his 47 points. They’re the same age, 22. Gagner makes $2.275 million right now.
• Do the Oilers have enough salesmanship in them to get Justin Schultz as a free agent, knowing they don’t have an ex-University of Wisconsin teammate like the New York Rangers (Ryan McDonagh, Derek Stepan) or Toronto Maple Leafs (Jake Gardiner) to entice him? They can sell top-four minutes for the Hobey Baker finalist and, being close to his home in Kelowna, B.C., but this is really going to be crunch time for the...
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ST. LOUIS St. Louis Blues Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the club has signed Barret Jackman to a three-year contract.
"Barret has been a solid leader for our club, on and off the ice, and were happy to have him in the fold for the next three years," said Armstrong. "Hes a staple of the organization...
The St. Louis Blues signed veteran defenseman Barret Jackman to a three-year contract on Monday.
The 31-year-old Jackman was the Blues' top pick, 17th overall, in the 1999 NHL Draft. While official terms of the deal were not released, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that the deal was for $9.5 million.
The signing will make Jackman the longest tenured athlete in St. Louis...
The Blues are hoping Chris Stewart will live up to his potential and become a force next season. - Photo courtesy of Getty Images
The St. Louis Blues announced on Thursday that they had signed forward Chris Stewart to a one year, three million dollar contract for next season. The deal comes after Stewart scored just fifteen goals last season and found himself in the press box...
ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Blues Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the club has signed Barret Jackman to a three-year contract.
“Barret has been a solid leader for our club, on and off the ice, and we’re happy to have him in the fold for the next three years,” said Armstrong. “He’s a staple of the organization and the community...
Also, he saves puppies (photo credit Animal Protective Association of Missouri).
There's probably no player on the Blues who causes the kind of emotions Barret Jackman does among the fanbase. You either love the guy and his work ethic and understand the role that he plays on the team, or you hate him and want to see him strapped onto a rocket flying at the sun. There'...
St. Louis Blues' defenseman Barret Jackman was expected to be a hot commodity in NHL free agency, but he's not going to make it to the open market. The Blues signed Jackman to a three-year contract Monday, and the deal is expected to be worth at least $9.5 million over the length of the deal. Jackman, 31, was the 17th overall pick in 1999 and has spent his entire career...
Cliches are loved and cherished in hockey, aren't they? So how does the saying go... If it ain't broke, don't fix it? St. Louis Blues General Manager Doug Armstrong has been iterating that thought process in different words since the Blues playoff run ended a little over a month ago. More recently, he's been turning words in to action. The trend continues today.
The St. Louis Blues have decided to keep Barret Jackman around for three more season after giving the defenseman a new contract. - (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Barret Jackman has been with the St. Louis Blues his entire NHL career.
After the Blues gave him a brand new three year, $9.5 million contract on Monday, Jackman will be sticking around a little bit longer.