Blues Add Defensemen Danny Syvret
The St. Louis Blues announced today that they have come to terms with defenseman Danny Syvret on a one year deal.
Syvret joins the Blues after spending the previous season in the AHL playing for Syracuse and Adirondack. In 59 games Syvret accumulated 10 goals and 30 assists for the two clubs.
Syvret was a 2005 third round pick by the Edmonton Oilers and has spent time with the Oilers, Philadelphia Flyers and Anahiem Ducks. Syvret has participated in 59 NHL games and has collected 3 goals and 4 assists in his time at the top level.
Syvret will see most of his time with Peoria this year and will bolster a defensive corp that has been shuttled between Peoria and the Blues over the past two years.
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