Where do the St. Louis Blues go from here?
It ought to be a relatively easy summer for St. Louis Blues general manager Doug Armstrong.
He’s arranged things with his roster so that he has just two restricted free agents and a handful of unrestricted free agents to sign. Which, admittedly, sounds like a lot, but most of the latter group are guys who are going to re-sign cheaply, go elsewhere, or even retire.
The most interesting decision regarding a skater that Armstrong will need to make is with David Perron, who put up 27 goals in 67 games this season, excelled at times in the playoffs, and still plays competent defense at this late stage of his career. He’ll be 34 in a few days, and definitely the kind of player that can help the Blues, but the question is, “At what price?” He made $4-million this past season and guys his age tend t
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