Los Angeles Times says so — and the plot thickens. Plus: Notes on Blues' new sweaters and the strong Blues-Cards bond in the STL community.
It's the first change to the team's primary uniform since 2007 and is introduced to a raucous gathering at a packed Ballpark Village.
Newcomer Paul Stastny is among the players on hand modeling the sweaters at Ballpark Village.
Former Chaminade teammates are officially introduced as new Blues at their old high school.
Led by Kelly Chase, a delegation of St. Louis Blues alums traveled to Slovakia this week to honor the memory of their late teammate.
The St. Louis Blues annonced today that they have officially signed Jaroslav Halak to a four year deal worth a reported 15 million dollars.
The deal is structured as follows:
Year one: $2.75 million
Year two: $3.50 million
Year three: $4.25 million
Year four: $4.50 million
The cap hit will be $3.75 million per year for each of the four years.
Halak's camp said they didn't file for salary arbitration because they wanted to negotiate without a deadline.
In other news...
Defenseman Carlo Colaiacovo has been re-signed for two years at $4.25 million. That's a cap hit of $2.125 per season.
Tough guy Cam Janssen has signed a one-year $600k contract extension. There is no word on how this will effect contract negotiations with Blues' enforcer, D.J. King.