Jamie Langenbrunner RetiresTwo-time Stanley Cup winner finished 16-year NHL career with St. Louis Blues.
Langenbrunner May Be Lost For YearVeteran forward has hip injury that requires surgery.
Sports Open Line: Langenbrunner's Contract, Rams Training Camp, Future Baseball Stars
Blues Keep Langenbrunner, Deal CrombeenVeteran forward inks one-year deal to stay in St. Louis.
The Sports Hub: St. Louis Blues Wrap-Up Show
Blues Eliminate Sharks with Shocking 3rd PeriodJust 45 seconds later as the raucous crowd was celebrating the equalizer, Perron redirected a shot from Pietrangelo to give the Blues the lead for good.
Blues Get Langenbrunner BackVeteran forward had missed ten games with a broken bone in his foot.
Blues Lose Langenbrunner to Broken FootThrough 57 games this season with an average of 14:52 minutes of ice time per game, Langenbrunner had 21 points (4 goals, 17 assists) and a plus-minus of 9.
Blues Blank Kings 1-0Jaroslav Halak stops 22 shots for his fifth shutout of season.
Sports Hub: Jason Arnott, Davis Payne, David Backes, Jamie Langenbrunner, Dan Reardon, David MacKintoshTime to cool down with our St. Louis Blues Special. We hear from new Blues center, Jason Arnott, head coach, Davis Payne, as well as David Backes and new Blue, Jamie Langenbrunner. Dan Reardon also joins us with a golf report for the British Open.
WHEELER: Blues Improve With Addition of Established VetsThere is nobody in the current group of forwards that needs to be protected or "managed" based on the situation of the game.
Blues Add Veterans Arnott, Langenbrunner“We’re excited to add a veteran forward with two Stanley Cup rings to our roster,” said GM Doug Armstrong.