Vladimir Sobotka will be back in the KHL next season, according to Avangard president Vladimir Shalaev.
Blues GM Doug Armstrong said getting Vladimir Sobotka back to the NHL has been more complicated than he expected.
Vladimir Sobotka is still attempting to get out of his KHL contract.
Vladimir Sobotka's KHL team, Omsk Avangard, still feels it has him under contract.
It seems Vladimir Sobotka doesn't think he'll be able to play with the St. Louis Blues come October.
Vladimir Sobotka had an MRI Friday and the results were positive.
Vladimir Sobotka isn't expected to play on Saturday after all in the Czech Republic's pre-tournament rematch versus Russia.
Updating a previous item, Czech Republic coach Josef Jandac said that Vladimir Sobotka may be able to play on Saturday in the team's next pre-tournament contest.
According to a report, Vladimir Sobotka did not fracture his clavicle.
Vladimir Sobotka suffered a clavicle injury during the Czech Republic's pre-tournament game against Russia.
Vladimir Sobotka is still planning on making a return to St. Louis in 2016-17.
Vladimir Sobotka is close to becoming an official member of the St. Louis Blues again.
Vladimir Sobotka's agent has reportedly told the St. Louis Blues that his client plans to return to North America.
There is a very good chance that Vladimir Sobotka will return to St. Louis for the start of the 2016-17 NHL season.