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Blues Sign Jordan Schmaltz to 2-Year Deal

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The St. Louis Blues has agreed to terms on a two-year contract with defenseman Jordan Schmaltz, according to a team announcement on Wednesday.

Schmaltz’s new deal will  pay him $700,000 at the NHL level and $150,000 in the American Hockey League in the first year of the deal, and will become a one-way contract after that and pay him $700,000.

Schmaltz poured in five goals and 23 points over 31 games with the San Antonio Rampage in the AHL last season.

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Penguins Sign Oula Palve

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The Pittsburgh Penguins have signed European center Oula Plave to a one-year, entry level contract, according to an official team announcement on Monday.

Palve’s new deal is for the league minimum $700K and includes a $92.5K signing bonuses. There are also games-played incentives that could total $132.5K.

Palve is coming off a solid season withTPS Turku in the Finnish sm-Liiga , leading the team with 16 goals and 35 assists in 53 games.

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Jets’ Patrik Laine, Nikolaj Ehlers Reveal Injuries

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The Winnipeg Jets were dealing with some injuries to two of their top players as they battled the St. Louis Blues in the opening round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

According to the Winnipeg Sun’s Ken Wiebe, Nikolaj Ehlers suffered a fractured foot but pushed through to play Game 6 despite the injury.

Additionally, Patrik Lane had groin and back injuries that he was dealing with throughout the playoffs.

Due to their injuries, neither player will play in the IIHF World Championship in May.

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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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