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Sport Blues sign first-rounder Jake Neighbours to entry-level deal

01:00  18 october  2020
01:00  18 october  2020 Source:   prohockeyrumors.com

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The St. Louis Blues have agreed to terms on a three-year entry - level contract with prospect Jake Neighbours . Neighbours was the Blues ' first - round After being selected by the Blues at the Draft, Neighbours said he was committed to doing whatever it takes to make the team's roster as soon as

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The Blues haven’t wasted any time getting pen put to paper on a deal with their top pick from last week’s draft, as they announced the signing of winger Jake Neighbours to a three-year, entry-level contract.  Financial terms were not disclosed.

The Blues haven’t wasted any time getting pen put to paper on a deal with their top pick from last week’s draft. © Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports The Blues haven’t wasted any time getting pen put to paper on a deal with their top pick from last week’s draft.

The 19-year-old was selected with the 26th pick of the first round following a strong season with Edmonton of the WHL.  After being a role player in his first couple of years with the Oil Kings, Neighbours broke out offensively, potting 23 goals and 47 assists in 63 games to finish second on the team in scoring.

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The Blues have signed goaltender Joel Hofer to a three-year, two-way entry - level deal . Hofer was originally drafted by the Blues in the fourth round , 107th overall, of the 2018 NHL Draft. Tweet from @joelhofer123: So happy to sign my first NHL contract with the @StLouisBlues can���t thank

While he might get an opportunity to participate in training camp with St. Louis, it’s likely that Neighbours will be heading back to junior hockey for next season; the WHL is targeting a start date of January 8 to kick off their 2020-21 campaign.  If that happens, Neighbours’ deal will slide, which would mean that he’d still have three years on his contract after next season at a slightly lower cap hit.

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