Former 50 goal scorer Jonathan Cheechoo, has signed a professional tryout with the Oklahoma City Barons of the AHL.
The Blues have placed Jonathan Cheechoo on waivers for the purpose of sending him down to the AHL.
Jonathan Cheechoo, former NHL goal-scoring leader, believes he can make the St-Louis Blues roster out of camp.
Jonathan Cheechoo, 56-goal scorer for the San Jose Sharks in 2005-06, has a better chance to make the St. Louis Blues' roster because of an injury to David Perron (concussion).
Jonathan Cheechoo believes a new training regimen will help recapture his glory.
Jonathan Cheechoo's new contract is reportedly a two-way deal.
Jonathan Cheechoo has signed a one-year deal with the St. Louis Blues.
Jonathan Cheechoo is reportedly set to join the Sharks again.
Jonathan Cheechoo has been released by the Dallas Stars.
Jonathan Cheechoo will get a chance to play on a line with James Neal and Brad Richards.
Dallas coach Marc Crawford plans to play Jonathan Cheechoo on a line with Mike Ribeiro and Brenden Morrow during his training camp tryout.
The Dallas Stars have given Jonathan Cheechoo an invitation to training camp.
The Ottawa Senators have bought out the final season of Jonathan Cheechoo's contract.
Jonathan Cheechoo has succesffuly cleared waivers.