The St. Louis Blues have been busy locking up players for next season. So far the Blues have signed Joel Edmundson, Yannick Veilleux, and Ryan Tesink, and now the St. Louis Blues can add another name to that list.
Sergei Andronov, drafted 78th overall in the third round of the 2009 NHL draft, has agreed to a deal in principle with the St. Louis Blues. Andronov has appeared in 56 games with the Rivermen this season and has put up eight goals and 19 assists. Prior to joining the Rivermen, Andronov spent four seasons in the KHL posting 44 total points and 68 penalty minutes.
With the flexibility to play on either wing or in the center, forechecking and backchecking abilities, and speed, Andronov has made quite a name for himself in the AHL. While he is not necessarily known for his point production, he is a very hard worker and could become a solid third or fourth line player.
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