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Crombeen re-signs with NHL's Blues

Wednesday, June 29th
Crombeen re-signs with NHL's Blues

Former Idaho Steelheads forward BJ Crombeen signed a two-year contract extension with the St. Louis Blues last week, putting him under contract with the NHL team through the 2012-2013 season. ?BJ has been a true professional for the Blues organization, on and off the ice,? Blues General Manager Doug Armstrong told stltoday.com, a St. Louis news and sports website. Crombeen appeared in a career-high 80 games with the Blues last season, totaling 14 points (seven goals, seven assists). In 248 games at the NHL level, the physical winger has 26 goals, 27 assists, and 509 penalty minutes. The 25-year-old Colorado native skated in 43 total games for the Steelheads between 2005 and 2007. Along the way, Crombeen netted 17 goals in an Idaho sweater and was part of the 2007 Kelly Cup championship run. ?I saw they had a great team, and we had a chance to go for the championship,? Crombeen told echl.com of his second tour of duty with the Steelheads in 2006-2007. ?It was a pretty easy decision to go back there, and obviously it worked out well.? Crombeen assisted on the final goal of the championship run, a John Lammers tally in Game 5 of the Kelly Cup Finals against Dayton. Idaho won that game, 4-1, to clinch the series and the organization?s second Kelly Cup title. Crombeen finished the series with three points (one goal and two assists).

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