ST. LOUIS (AP) -Forward Yan Stastny signed a two-year contract to stay with the St. Louis Blues on Thursday.
The 25-year-old Stastny is the son of Hall of Famer Peter Stastny. He played in 12 games last year and had one goal and one assist.
``Yan can play many roles within our organization,'' team president John Davidson said. ``He has skill, is great at faceoffs and can kill penalties.''
Stastny was an eighth-round pick by the Bruins in the 2002 draft. His father concluded his career with the Blues and they're the second father-son combination to play for the franchise.
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