Defenseman and former No. 1 draft pick hoping he will get to play a full season.
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 Blues were able to move one of their nine defensemen just before the trade deadline ended, sending veteran Wade Redden to the Boston Bruins in exchange for a 2014 seventh-round pick.
After being bought out by the New York Rangers to start the season, Redden signed a one-year, $800,000 contract with the Blues in January. He posted two goals and three assists in 23 games for the Blues this season.
Playing with the Blues, Senators and Rangers, Redden has accumulated 108 and 347 assists in 1,017 NHL games.
After the Blues acquired Jordan Leopold and Jay Bouwmeester this week, the team had to make a move as they had nine defensemen on their active roster. Every player would have to clear waivers before being sent to the AHL, so a deal was all but imminent. Redden happened to be the odd man out.
The Blues now carry defensemen Bouwmeester, Leopold, Alex Pietrangelo, Kevin Shattenkirk, Roman Polak, Barret Jackman, Kris Russell and Ian Cole on their roster.
Redden, 35, joins a fierce Bruins defense. With the likes of Captain Zdeno Chara, Dennis Seidenberg, Andrew Ference and Adam McQuaid, Redden will have the ability to move up on offensive rushes with ease.
The Bruins currently sit in fourth place in the East with 50 points, one point behind the division-leading Montreal Canadiens.