St. Louis Blues Making Offseason Moves
Jamie Langenbrunner has agreed to stay in St. Louis much to the excitement of management. Langenbrunner scored 6 goals and had 18 assists in the 70 games he played for the Blues last season. He brings professionalism, leadership and stability to the team as a 2 time Stanley Cup Champion with 243 career goals and 419 assists.
The Blues dealt B.J. Crombeen to Tampa Bay for picks to be named later. The winger is a solid player but nothing special talent wise. He is highly thought of in the community but I don’t see it as a huge loss for the Blues.
Although it might just be rumor there is also talk of St. Louis possibly acquiring Brendan Morrow. He reportedly has a no trade clause in his contract but St. Louis seems to think it is a possibility. He is a great player, but with his style of play how long will his body hold up? He is 33 but has a lot of wear and tear thanks to his full speed style of play and a history of lingering injuries.
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