DALLAS -- Jamie Langenbrunner spent seven and a half seasons as a member of the Dallas Stars through two separate stints with the club, including being a key contributor on the Stars' 1999 Stanley Cup championship team. So hearing his name included among the members of the Stars' 20th Anniversary Team wasn't a big shocker.
However, that doesn't mean it isn't...
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âBetter late than neverâ¦â
Only a few weeks ago the return of Jamie Langenbrunner to St. Louis was a foregone conclusion. Who knows why then it took till July 10th to come to terms, but the veteran winger did today with the Blues. Agreeing to...
The St. Louis Blues have signed Jamie Langenbrunner to a one-year contract and traded another forward, B.J. Crombeen, to Tampa Bay for future draft picks.
The 36-year-old Langenbrunner had six goals and 18 assists in 70 games last season. The 17-year veteran played in his 1,000th career game last season and has added leadership to a team that posted 109 points.
Via AP on Fox
July 10, 2012
The St. Louis Blues have re-signed unrestricted free agent Jamie Langenbrunner to a one-year deal according to TSN. The veteran forward will be 37 at the start of the 2012-13 season. He played one a one-year, $2.5 million deal last season and was named an assistant captain for the Blues to help the team transition during an early season coaching change to Ken Hitchcock. Langenbrunner...
ST. LOUIS It was during a four-day span last summer that the St. Louis Blues first envisioned their season playing out like this.
It began July 2, when the club signed defenseman Kent Huskins. Then came the signing of veteran winger Scott Nichol on July 5. The next afternoon, the Blues then announced one-year deals with Jason Arnott and Jamie Langenbrunner.
In barely 96 hours...
Lost in the St. Louis Blues incredible run and rise to the top of the NHL has been the injury issues the team has suffered throughout the season.
On Sunday, as the Blues travel to Columbus to take on the Blue Jackets for the second time in as many nights, the Blues will get back one of their injured players.
Veteran Jamie Langenbrunner, who had missed ten games of action with a...
As if the St. Louis Blues look battered by injuries.
They’ve won the last three, are 7-3 of 10, and are sitting pretty at the top of the Western Conference with 93 points, one above the Vancouver Canucks.
St. Louis Today is reporting that Jamie Langenbrunner, and other familiar faces may be back in time for a seven-game road trip for the Blues.
From St. Louis Today...
St. Louis Blues forward Jamie Langenbrunner will miss at least a month with a broken bone in his left foot sustained in a loss Sunday at Chicago.
The team said Tuesday the injury to the 36-year-old Langenbrunner will be re-evaluated in four weeks.
Langenbrunner has four goals and 17 assists in 57 games, and is just eight games shy of becoming the 21st American-born player in NHL...
Via AP on Fox
February 21, 2012
The St. Louis Blues announced that Jamie Langenbrunner will miss at least the next four weeks after examinations revealed he had a broken left foot. The news comes as a big blow to the Blues as Langenbrunner was a consistent force in the lineup on a nightly basis, providing priceless leadership for a squad of mostly young, inexperienced players.
The Blues currently have their hands...
SATURDAY'S STORY LINE: When the Wild and Blues first met on Nov. 5, the Blues were a team in the midst of tumultuous times. They were off to a slow start and the loss to the Wild was the last straw forSt. Louis'management. The day after the loss head coach Davis Payne was fired and Ken Hitchcock took over.
When Payne was fired the Blues sat in 13th place in the Western...