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The Blues have signed Curtis McKenzie to a one-year, two-way contract.

Since playing 53 games with the Stars in 2017, McKenzie has played in just seven NHL games in the last three years. He spent the last two seasons in the Golden Knights farm system and finished second on Chicago (AHL) in points (42) in 2020. He'll head to Springfield (AHL) to start 2021.

Source: St. Louis Blues 10/16/20, 10:11 am EST

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The Blues have signed Torey Krug to a seven-year deal worth $45.5 million ($6.5M AAV).

Krug is one of the league's best offensive-defensemen and will be a strong replacement for Alex Pietrangelo. Krug will likely skate on the top-pair with Colton Parayko and will quarterback the top power-play unit. His PP production has been elite but that's been on one of the best units in the NHL. It will be interesting to see how much of that carries over to St. Louis. Krug has registered at least 44 points in five straight seasons, averaging eight goals and 43 assists (51 points) per season.

Source: Pierre LeBrun 10/10/20, 12:06 pm EST

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The Predators have placed Steven Santini on unconditional waivers for the purpose of a buyout.

Santini had one-year left on his three-year deal that paid him $1.416 million AAV. The buyout will cost Nashville just $41,667 against the cap in 2021 and $275K in 2022. Santini appeared in just two games with the Predators last season, playing the majority of the year in Milwaukee (AHL).

Source: Chris Johnston 10/7/20, 5:58 pm EST

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The Blues have signed Nolan Stevens to a one-year, two-way ($700k/80k) contract extension.

The Blues selected Nolan Stevens in the fifth-round in 2016 and he has spent the first two years of his professional career in the AHL. In 2020, the 24-year-old had nine goals and 22 assists (31 points) in 50 games with San Antonio. Expect him to start 2021 with the Rampage.

Source: St. Louis Blues 10/5/20, 12:32 pm EST

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