NHL News: Blues Sign Ott …. Lose Sobotka
- Updated: July 10, 2014
- Roman Jedlicka: Vladimir Sobotka signed a three-year deal with Avangard Omsk of the KHL. He’ll get $4 million per season with Omsk and can leave for the NHL after any season (per isport.cz)
- Andy Strickland: Armstrong said that Sobotka will still owe the Blues one-year of service after the arbitration hearing if/when he returns to the NHL.
- Greg Wyshynski: Blues saying Sobotka fired his agent recently and hired Petr Svoboda.
- Andy Strickland: Armstrong said they offered Sobotka contracts ranging from a year up to five-years. Offered a three-year deal at over $3 million per season.
- Lou Korac: Armstrong said that they will go ahead with Sobotka’s arbitration hearing on July 21st.
- Jeremy Rutherford: Armstrong thought they were close with Sobotka at one point.
- Andy Strickland: The Blues re-signed Steve Ott to a two-year deal worth $2.6 million per season.
- Pierre LeBrun: Hearing that Blues RFA center Vladimir Sobotka has signed with Omsk of the KHL.
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