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Blues Re-Sign Chris Stewart to 2-Year Contract

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) — St. Louis Blues General Manager Doug Armstrong announced Friday the club has re-signed forward Chris Stewart to a two-year contract.

“We’re excited to have Chris signed for the next two seasons,” said Armstrong. “He led our team in scoring last season and is entering the prime of his career. We are expecting big things from him as he continues to grow with our club.”

Stewart, 25, dressed in all 48 games this season leading the Blues with 36 points, 18 goals and six power play goals while tying for the team lead with three game-winning goals and tying for fourth with 18 assists. In the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Stewart posted one assist and tied for second on the club with 17 shots in six appearances.

Stewart appeared in his first game with the Blues on Feb. 19, 2010 vs. Anaheim and became just the 5th player in franchise history to score two goals in his debut. In addition, he posted six goals in his first five games with the Blues marking the best start to a career in franchise history. Since entering the National Hockey League (NHL) in 2008, Stewart is one of 12 players with at least 200 points and 300 penalty minutes.

Overall, the 6’2, 231-pound forward has appeared in five NHL seasons accumulating 202 points including 100 goals and 102 assists to go along with 329 penalty minutes in 319 career regular season games while tallying six points (five goals, one assist) in 19 career postseason games.

The Toronto, Ontario native was originally acquired by the Blues along with Kevin Shattenkirk from Colorado on Feb. 19, 2011. He was drafted by Colorado in the first round, 18th overall, of the 2006 Entry Draft.

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