Forward spent last season in Florida.
After marriage and huge contract, it's almost time to get back on the ice.
Tarasenko, Backes, Pietrangelo, Brouwer and Pronger scheduled to attend; Berglund surgery "successful"
(Updated) Defenseman also served as Blues coach. After Arbour was fired here, he won four Stanley Cups as coach of New York Islanders.
Forward will undergo surgery today after re-aggravating a pre-existing shoulder injury.
The club also announced the largest promotional giveaway calendar in team history.
The club hopes to have him back for the Blues' regular-season opener Oct. 8.
The tournament is one of the most prestigious in hockey.
But after signing an eight-year, $60 million contract, the real pressure begins for the Russian.
He agrees to one-year, one-way deal worth $700,000.
Six days after his wedding, 23-year-old Blues star signs for $60 million — the richest contract in franchise history.
The four-day event begins Monday, featuring afternoon practices involving the club's recent draft picks.
The winger finished last season in the American Hockey League, which he posted impressive numbers.
Goalie agrees to two-year deal for $4.7 million, will contend with Elliott for No. 1 spot.
The newcomer is expected to be in the team's third pairing with Petteri Lindbohm.
Defenseman agrees to a two-year, $4 million deal with the Predators.
Speculation is swirling that the All-Star defenseman could be on the block.
Club is also bringing back defenseman Chris Butler, who was an unrestricted free agent.
Team's leading scorer will become a restricted free agent Wednesday, making him eligible to receive an offer sheet.
News ends months of uncertainty surrounding the forward's plans.
The Effingham, Ill., native moved to St. Louis in the 6th grade. He played in Affton, Fairview Heights and with the AAA Blues.
Home opener is Oct. 8 vs. Edmonton.
Tarasenko is second-team All-Star at right wing.
Also: Blues will open season on Oct. 8 vs. Edmonton.
Blues are at $57 million prior to signing free agents
The tournament will run from Sept. 17-Oct. 1, 2016, in Toronto.
A report indicated that Sobotka will remain in the KHL, but that's news to the Blues.
Veteran defenseman will become an unrestricted free agent on July 1, ending a long run in St. Louis.
The club will face Dallas, Chicago and Columbus in exhibition play.
The defenseman was a first-round draft pick in 2012.