Rookie Robby Fabbri scored twice but it was not enough as the Minnesota Wild defeated the St. Louis Blues 4-3 in a rookie tournament at Traverse City Michigan.
Ty Rattie was impressive in a 6-5 overtime loss between the Blues' and Red Wings' rookies Friday night.
Chicago Wolves coach John Anderson believes that Ty Rattie will be in the NHL sooner rather than later.
The St. Louis Blues have inked a one-year affiliation agreement with the ECHL Alaska Aces.
Jori Lehtera could find quick chemistry in his first NHL season with Vladimir Tarasenko, whom he played with for two seasons in 2010-11 and 2011-12 with KHL club Novosibirsk Sibir.
Brian Elliott said he looks forward to the challenge of being the St. Louis Blues' No. 1 goalie.
Despite rumors that suggest David Backes would be switched to right wing to play alongside newly-signed Paul Stastny, the all-purpose forward will remain at center to start training camp.
Colin Fraser's newly signed one-year, two-way contract comes with a $650,000 cap hit if he plays in the NHL.
Colin Fraser has agreed to a one-year, two-way deal with the St. Louis Blues.
Jaden Schwartz and the St. Louis Blues still have a significant gap to overcome in contract talks.
Robby Fabbri has agreed to a three-year, entry-level contract.
Ian Cole will be looking to prove that he can be a regular in the Blues' top-six defense group this season.
A scorer in the KHL, new Blues center Jori Lehtera was brought over to do just that in St. Louis this season, but its unknown how much of his overseas success can translate into the NHL as a rookie.
Ryan Reaves was rewarded with a four-year contract in January and he's continued to work hard on his game to make sure that he stays in the St. Louis lineup.
Paul Stastny is excited to have an opportunity to win in the city where he spent most of his childhood.