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Blues re-sign Cole, Cracknell to new contracts

Tuesday, 05.28.2013 / 4:57 AM / News

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Blues re-sign Cole, Cracknell to new contracts
The St. Louis Blues re-signed forward Adam Cracknell to a one-year contract on Tuesday.

The St. Louis Blues re-signed defenseman Ian Cole and forward Adam Cracknell to new contracts on Tuesday.

Cole, 24, received a two-year contract. He dressed in 15 games for the Blues this past season, posting one assist and 10 penalty minutes.

A first-round pick by the Blues in the 2007 NHL Draft (No. 18), Cole (6-foot-1, 219 pounds) has played 67 games over parts of three seasons with the club. He has two goals, 11 points and 67 PIMs.

Cracknell, 27, received a one-year deal. He dressed in 20 games for the Blues this past season posting two goals, six points and a plus-3 rating.

Cracknell (6-2, 210) has six goals and 14 points in 46 career NHL games over parts of three seasons.

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