Paul Stastny will be the third member of his family to play for the St. Louis Blues.
Paul Stastny has signed a four-year, $28 million with the Blues.
Paul Stastny's agent didn't want to rule out the possibility of his client re-signing with the Avalanche even as the start of the free agent period looms.
After a long set of negotiations, the Avalanche and Paul Stastny were unable to reach an agreement on a new contract.
As the Avalanche and Paul Stastny continue to talk about a contract that would keep the talented pivot in Colorado, several teams have expressed their interest in the pending UFA's services.
The Winnipeg Jets and Chicago Blackhawks have reportedly entered into the Paul Stastny sweepstakes.
The St. Louis Blues are among the teams looking into signing Paul Stastny.
Paul Stastny wants to test the free agent market, according to Avalanche executive vice president Joe Sakic.
Avalanche executive vice president of hockey operations Joe Sakic isn't sure if the team will be able to sign Paul Stastny before July 1.
Agent Matt Keator said that Paul Stastny's preference is to re-sign with the Avalanche.
Paul Stastny and the Avalanche are expected to engage in serious contract talks next week.
Paul Stastny was reportedly offered a multi-year contract from Colorado a couple of weeks ago.
Paul Stastny's agent, Matt Keator, reportedly isn't looking to start up the contract negotiations with the Avalanche until June 20.
Another week has passed with absolutely nothing going on between the Avalanche and the representatives for Paul Stastny.