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St. Louis Blues sign forward Patrik Berglund to two-year contract extension

ST. LOUIS - Forward Patrik Berglund, who set career highs in his third NHL season, has signed a two-year contract with the St. Louis Blues.

The 22-year-old Berglund had personal bests with 22 goals and 30 assists in 81 games, and a team-leading eight power-play goals.

Playing for silver medal-winning Sweden, Berglund also was a tournament all-star at the IIHF World Hockey Championship in Slovakia.

Berglund was a first-round pick (25th overall) in the 2006 draft. In 228 games with St. Louis, Berglund has 56 goals and 69 assists.


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