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St. Louis Blues sign former Montreal Canadiens veteran player to a PTO

Published September 2, 2022 at 5:57 PM
BY S. HARPER
We're just over a month away from the start of a new NHL season, and teams are still doing those last minute tweaks to help improve their teams for the upcoming year.

The Blues who had a good season and gave the Colorado Avalanche all they could handle before being eliminated in the second round are looking for some revenge this season. Infact some believe if Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington didn't get injured in the series the Blues could of possibly pulled off an upset.

With that said the Blues General Doug Armstrong has made another move today, signing former Montreal Canadiens forward Tyler Pitlick to a professional tryout contract otherwise known as a PTO.

Pitlick is a former first round draft pick by the Edmonton Oilers back in the 2010 NHL Entry draft. The 30 year-old has spent the past eight seasons in the National Hockey League with Edmonton, Dallas, Philadelphia, Arizona, Calgary and Montreal.



Pitlick has played in a total of 325 NHL Games during his time so far putting up 48 goals and 41 assists aswell has played in 22 NHL playoff games.

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