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Catching Up with David Perron

New Blue feels right at home in St. Louis again

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

ST. LOUIS - David Perron has spent the majority of his NHL career as a member of the St. Louis Blues, and that might come as a surprise since he's been away for the last three years.

Since being traded to Edmonton after the 2012-13 season, Perron has also played for the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Anaheim Ducks.

On July 1, Perron signed a two-year, $7.5 million deal to return to St. Louis, where it all began. Some things have changed, while some have stayed the same.

We caught up with Perron at the start of training camp to find out what's new. Below is our full Q&A.

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Patrico joins Blues in-game team

by Elise Butler / St. Louis Blues

ST. LOUIS - Beginning with Friday's 7 p.m. preseason matchup against the Dallas Stars, St. Louis Blues fans will hear a new voice at games at Scottrade Center.

Tony Patrico, a local DJ and co-host of The Rizzuto Show on 105.7 The Point, will serve as a hype-man to enhance the Blues gameday experience as the team enters it's 50th season.

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Blues assign Gawdin to juniors

Training camp roster is now reduced to 56 players

by St. Louis Blues / Press Release

ST. LOUIS - St. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the Blues have assigned forward Glenn Gawdin to his junior team, the Swift Current Broncos (Western Hockey League).

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Blues trim training camp roster to 57

by St. Louis Blues / Press Release

ST. LOUIS - St. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the Blues have assigned seven players to their American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the Chicago Wolves.

Players sent to Chicago are forwards Emerson Clark, Bryce Gervais, Wade Megan and Brett Sterling along with defensemen Dmitrii Sergeev, Scooter Vaughan and Gus Young.

In addition, the club also assigned forwards Liam Dunda (Sudbury), Tanner Kaspick (Brandon) and goaltender Evan Fitzpatrick (Sherbrooke) to their junior teams.

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Get to know goalie Carter Hutton

Goalie talks new digs, meeting the Undertaker and more

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

ST. LOUIS - With Jake Allen signing a new long-term deal and Brian Elliott off to the Calgary Flames, the Blues had a vacant position between the pipes.

Enter Carter Hutton, who signed a two-year deal with the St. Louis Blues on the first day of free agency.

The 30-year-old goaltender has spent the last three seasons with the Nashville Predators and has played in 76 career NHL games, posting a 33-24 record with a 2.56 goals-against average and a .910 save-percentage. A native of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Hutton comes to St. Louis as the club's No. 2 goalie and is looking forward to a new opportunity with the Blues.

We caught up with Hutton as training camp began to get to know him a little better. Here is our full Q&A:

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Preseason lineup for Sept. 26 at Dallas

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

ST. LOUIS - Fresh off of two split squad victories against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Sunday (7-3 win at Scottrade Center, 5-0 win at Nationwide Arena), the Blues will be back in action on Monday night at 7:30 p.m. at American Airlines Center in Dallas.

Blues Head Coach Ken Hitchcock said Carter Hutton will start in goal against the Stars.

Fans can follow the action from Dallas using, the NHL app, or listen live at and on Sports Radio 98.1 HD3.

Here is the projected lineup for Monday's game:

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Pietrangelo, Bouwmeester advance to final round

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

ST. LOUIS - Alex Pietrangelo, Jay Bouwmeester and Team Canada have advanced to the final round of the World Cup of Hockey 2016.

Tied 2-2 after 40 minutes, Team Canada scored three times in the third period to earn a 5-3 victory in a must-win semifinal game Saturday night against Vladimir Tarasenko and Team Russia.

Team Canada will await the winner of Sunday's semifinal matchup between Team Europe and Team Sweden (noon, ESPN).

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Preseason begins Sunday with double-header

Home game is Sunday at noon; road game at 6 p.m. at CBJ

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

ST. LOUIS - It's official. Hockey season is upon us.

In fact, the St. Louis Blues will play not one, but two preseason games this Sunday.

This is possible because the Blues will have 67 players in training camp. From that group, one team will be created to play the Columbus Blue Jackets at Scottrade Center on Sunday at noon, while another team will travel to Columbus for a 6 p.m. game at Nationwide Arena.

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Schwartz surprises fan with new gear

Blues team up with ManAdvantage to create lifelong memory

by Dan O'Neill / St. Louis Blues

Kathryn's big day

Kathryn skates with Jaden Schwartz

Local nine-year-old Kathryn Lankau receives a special present from Blues forward Jaden Schwartz

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Meet Kathryn Lankau.

She's a beautiful nine-year-old girl in an abnormal situation. Four years ago, Kathryn's father, Russell, fell ill with flu-like symptoms. For nearly a week, he suffered through vomiting, chills and pain before it became too much to handle.

At 4 a.m. on November 11, 2012, Kathryn's older sister rushed Russell to the hospital for emergency attention. A short time later, his heart stopped. For 45 minutes, the hospital frantically attempted to resuscitate him without success.

Russell passed away due to septic shock. He was 40 years old.

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Steen signs 4-year extension

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

Steen's contract extension

Steen sticks around until 2021

Alexander Steen signs a four-year contract extension with the Blues, which will keep him in St. Louis through the 2020-21 season

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ST. LOUIS - Alexander Steen will be a member of the St. Louis Blues for the forseeable future.

Steen signed a four-year contract extension worth $23 million on Friday, the first day of training camp. The 32-year-old forward, who had one year remaining on his current three-year deal, is now signed with the Blues through the 2020-21 season.

This marks the second time Steen could have elected to test the market as an unrestricted free agent, but instead chose to sign an extension to remain a Blue.

"It would have been extremely tough to leave here, but now I don't have to worry about that," Steen said Friday. "I don't think I could have seen myself throwing another (jersey) over my shoulders right now. It takes some time to grow attached like this, and for me, it's nothing that I take lightly and I'm extremely happy to be here."

"St. Louis has become home. I've been here eight years," Steen added. "I've gotten to know a lot of people within hockey and outside hockey here. We seem to be spending less and less time in Sweden to make sure we get our time in here as well. It's been an incredible journey and St. Louis is definitely somewhere I see as home now."

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