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St. Louis Blues claim forward B.J. Crombeen off waivers from Dallas

ST. LOUIS - The Blues claimed forward B.J. Crombeen off waivers from the Dallas Stars on Tuesday.

The 23-year-old Crombeen had a goal and four assists, along with 26 penalty minutes, in 15 games with Dallas this season. He has a goal and six assists in 23 career games, all with Dallas. He was Dallas' second-round selection, 54th overall, in the 2003 draft.

Crombeen is the son of Mike Crombeen, who played five seasons in St. Louis from 1978-83.

Two other sets of fathers and sons have played for St. Louis: Bob and Brent Johnson and Peter and Yan Stastny.

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