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Jamie Langenbrunner | Winger

Team: St Louis Blues
Age / DOB:  (39) / 7/24/1975
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 205
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Jamie Langenbrunner has officially hung up his skates after 16 seasons in the NHL.
Langenbrunner had 243 goals, 663 points, and 837 penalty minutes in 1,109 games with the Dallas Stars, New Jersey Devils, and St. Louis Blues. He won the Stanley Cup in 1999 with Dallas and then again in 2003 with New Jersey. "It was a dream come true to have the opportunity to play in the NHL for 16 seasons. The friendships I developed with my teammates, and also the people in the communities where I played, will always be cherished by my family and I," Langenbrunner said. Jan 15 - 2:03 PM
Source: NHLPA.com

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Jamie Langenbrunner is hoping that the Minnesota Wild will be interested in his services.

Langenbrunner is an unrestricted free agent and looking to bounce back after missing most of the 2013 campaign due to a torn labrum in his left hip. "I’ve been pushing my (agent) to do some talking (to the Wild) for me," said Langenbrunner. "That would, obviously, be the ideal situation from a family standpoint. I understand what they are trying to do (with recent personnel moves) and who knows what their choice will be, but I would welcome an opportunity to play there." Either way, Langenbrunner doesn't want to retire yet and would be interested in signing with other teams.
Wed, Jul 17, 2013 02:51:00 PM

Jamie Langenbrunner hopes to play next season, but it doesn't look like it will be with the St. Louis Blues.

"I don't think I'm in their plans," said Langenbrunner. The Blues won't offer him a contract, but they haven't closed the door on sending a PTO his way. He appeared in just four games this past season and underwent season-ending hip surgery in mid-February. Langenbrunner said he is feeling much better now though.
Wed, Jun 12, 2013 02:07:00 PM

Jamie Langenbrunner (hip surgery) is skating but the St. Louis Blues would have to advance for him to have a chance to play this season.

Langenbrunner underwent surgery in mid-February and it seems extremely doubtful he'd be able to return this season. Stranger things have happened, but we'll continue to consider him out for the season for the time being.
Tue, Apr 30, 2013 02:28:00 PM

The Blues announced that Jamie Langenbrunner underwent successful hip surgery Friday.

The 37-year-old will miss the rest of the season, and says this is not the way he wants to go out. While he could eventually latch on in a bottom-six role, a la Mike Knuble, he won't be a big fantasy producer wherever he ends up.
Source: Blues.com
Fri, Feb 15, 2013 08:32:00 PM

Jamie Langenbrunner (hip surgery) addressed the media Saturday and indicated that he intends to rehab from his upcoming hip surgery and return to play again.

Langenbrunner, 37, made clear that this wasn't the way he intended to end his career and that he expects to continue playing once healthy enough to do so. His days as a fantasy contributor are likely over, but we wish him the best of luck in his recovery.
Sun, Feb 10, 2013 07:59:00 AM

Jamie Langenbrunner has a torn labrum in his left hip and will undergo surgery.

Langenbrunner said Saturday night that the pain in his hip got bad about two weeks ago. The 37-year old is option for surgery because he wants to play again. The injury might help explain why he had just one assist and dressed in only four games this season. It's doubtful Langenbrunner will play again this season. He's scheduled to be a free agent this summer.
Sat, Feb 9, 2013 09:34:00 PM

Jamie Langenbrunner appeared in his fourth game of the 2013 season on Tuesday night.

He has dressed in three of the team's past four games after playing in just one of the first five. "It's definitely different for me than anytime in my career," said the veteran of 1,109 contests. Langenbrunner shouldn't be on your fantasy radar anymore and his playing days appear to be numbered.
Wed, Feb 6, 2013 04:13:00 PM

Veteran winger Jamie Langenbrunner will play for the St. Louis Blues against the Minnesota Wild on Sunday. It's unclear who gets bumped out of the lineup for him at this time.

The long-named player has only appeared in one game this season, contributing nothing but 9:35 of ice time on Jan. 22 against the Chicago Blackhawks. His fantasy relevance is revealed in how many times he's been a healthy scratch this season, but the 37-year-old deserves credit for at least having a nice career overall.
Sun, Jan 27, 2013 01:57:00 PM

Jamie Langenbrunner will spend his second straight game in the press box Monday.

Langenbrunner is being scratched because the Blues excelled in their season opener and don't want to tweak their lineup. The odds are that Langenbrunner will still make his season debut in the near future.
Mon, Jan 21, 2013 02:38:00 PM

Jamie Langenbrunner will be a healthy scratch for the St. Louis Blues' season opener.

Langenbrunner had eight goals and 24 points in 70 games last season. He'll make his season debut eventually, but we don't expect him to have any fantasy value in standard leagues this season.
Sat, Jan 19, 2013 12:48:00 PM

At 37, St. Louis Blues forward Jamie Langenbrunner signed a one-year, $1.25 million extension last summer that in all reality could be the swan song of his 17-year NHL career.

He’s made approximately $27.4 million over his career, but financially secure or not, a lockout isn’t the way he drew up the ending. Still, he stands by his union brethren. "It’s frustrating for everybody depending on what situation you’re in," he said. "Speaking for myself, it could be the last year and it’s not a lot of fun sitting out like this. On the other hand, I don’t think there’s any wavering in the way I feel about it. It wasn’t our choice to be locked out. We feel like we’ve given the opportunity for that to be taken care of. It’s frustrating, but unfortunately it’s what this business has turned into the last 15 years … these fights over stuff that maybe shouldn’t be that hard to figure out." Referencing retirement, he added, "It definitely crosses your mind, but I think this time also prepares you for it. I’ve gotten involved in coaching the kids’ teams and quite frankly, I’ve gotten to enjoy that aspect of it."
Sat, Dec 1, 2012 11:13:00 AM

Blues GM Doug Armstrong doesn't see Jamie Langenbrunner as a top-six forward at this stage of his career.

"We still think Jamie's got some good hockey left in him," Armstrong said. "I would say at 37, he's not on the upswing of his career. But we don't envision him like we did last year coming in here as a top-six forward. There's a role for many different elements than just scoring a goal to having a successful team. We think he provides a lot of those things that are necessary to win." No real surprise there, but in case you needed further proof that you should pencil in Langenbrunner for a bottom-six role, there it is. Langenbrunner signed a one-year extension with the Blues on Tuesday.
Wed, Jul 11, 2012 11:09:00 AM

Jamie Langenbrunner has inked a one-year contract extension with the St. Louis Blues.

The deal is reportedly worth $1.25 million, but he could end up making an additional $250,000 if he meets the requirements for his bonus. Langenbrunner had six goals and 24 points in 70 games with St. Louis last season. He'll continue provide the Blues with a veteran presence while primarily serving as a bottom-six forward.
Tue, Jul 10, 2012 01:26:00 PM

Jamie Langenbrunner, who is slated to become an unrestricted free agent on Sunday, wants to return to the St. Louis Blues.

Langenbrunner was not fantasy relevant last season with only six goals and 24 points in 70 games and considering he will be 37 at the start of the 2012-13 season, he should not be drafted in fantasy pools. That being said, he is a valuable veteran on the ice and in the dressing room. "The fact that it's almost (Sunday), it's likely that'll happen," Langenbrunner said with regards to his becoming a UFA. "But in saying that, I'm not really about moving my family all over the country. We like it (in St. Louis) and my thought is hopefully that will work out ... today, tomorrow, or next week. The season doesn't start tomorrow."
Sun, Jul 1, 2012 09:43:00 AM

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