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Blues Sign Doug Armstrong To Extension

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The St. Louis Blues have signed general manager Doug Armstrong to a four-year extension, according to Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic.

Armstrong took over as the general manager in St. Louis after starting out as the Director of Player Personnel back in 2008.

The Blues have been a strong team under Armstrong, posting a record of 337-185-56 during his time as GM.

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Blues’ Vladimir Tarasenko to Undergo Shoulder Surgery

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St. Louis Blues star forward Vladimir Tarasenko will miss at least five months as he is set to undergo shoulder surgery, according to an official team announcement.

Tarasenko will be placed on long-term injured reserve and will be re-evaluated at the conclusion of the recovery process, but he is set to miss the majority of the season.

Tarasenko, 27, started the 2019-2020 season strongly, notching 10 points in 9 games before being forced out of the 10th game.

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Blues Recall Seven Players

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The St. Louis Blues have recalled several players, their “Black Aces”, following their first round series victory over the Winninpeg Jets.

Winnipeg has recalled Klim Kostin, Chris Butler, Jordan Nolan, Austin Poganski, Niko Mikkola, Mitch Reinke and Jake Walman to join the team.

While they are not expected to get any game time, they are expected to practice and gain experience.

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Blues Won’t Commit to Craig Berube

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The St. Louis Blues won’t remain committed to interim head coach Craig Berube, who took over the reigns following the team’s dismissal of head coach Mike Yeo on Monday, and plan to conduct a “detailed search” for their next head coach, according to NHL.com’s Lou Korac.

Blues general manager Doug Armstrong made the comments during a press conference, adding that it’s possible a permanent replacement is hired midseason, adding that Hall of Fame defenseman and Stanley Cup-winning coach Larry Robinson will join Berube’s staff for around one month.

 

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