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St. Louis on short list to host World Juniors

St. Louis on short list to host World Juniors

The tournament is one of the most prestigious in hockey.
Blues expect a new look

Blues expect a new look

Backes might shift to wing as lines change.
Charity starts at home for Blues staffers, who surge into community

Charity starts at home for Blues staffers, who surge into community

Live to Give campaign has organization doing volunteer work in St. Louis.
Brodziak ready to go wild with Blues

Brodziak ready to go wild with Blues

Former Wild forward brings much-needed penalty-killing skills to Blues' lineup.
Brouwer:

Brouwer: "I'm not going to try and be Oshie"

A Stanley Cup winner with Chicago in 2010, new forward is bringing championship experience to the Blues.
Armstrong squeezes Blues under salary cap

Armstrong squeezes Blues under salary cap

After signing Tarasenko to a deal that averages $7.5 million per season, the club is approximately $1.5 million under the ceiling.
Blues' system now stocked in net

Blues' system now stocked in net

The club has five prospects between the ages of 18 and 23.
Paajarvi re-signs with Blues

Paajarvi re-signs with Blues

He agrees to one-year, one-way deal worth $700,000.
Gordon: Blues couldn't afford to lose another scorer

Gordon: Blues couldn't afford to lose another scorer

Joe Mullen left too soon. So did Brendan Shanahan. But Vladimir Tarasenko should stick around for a long time after signing an eight-year contract.
Tarasenko appreciative to Blues for their trust

Tarasenko appreciative to Blues for their trust

But after signing an eight-year, $60 million contract, the real pressure begins for the Russian.
Strauss: What can Blues expect from roster moves?

Strauss: What can Blues expect from roster moves?

Oshie trade could have big impact going forward.
Chicago Tribune Jul 7, 2015

Blues sign Vladimir Tarasenko to 8-year, $60M deal

The St. Louis Blues say they have signed star forward Vladimir Tarasenko to an eight-year, $60 million contract.

Blues sign Vladimir Tarasenko to 8-year, $60M deal

The St. Louis Blues say they have signed star forward Vladimir Tarasenko to an eight-year, $60 million contract.
Tarasenko agrees to eight-year, $60 million contract

Tarasenko agrees to eight-year, $60 million contract

Tarasenko's deal ends weeks of anxiety among Blues fans and makes him the team's highest-paid player.
Blues' Paajarvi files for salary arbitration

Blues' Paajarvi files for salary arbitration

The winger finished last season in the American Hockey League, which he posted impressive numbers.

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