St. Louis Blues Cutting Ties with Former First Round Pick

Published June 16, 2023 at 5:46 PM

It seems the St. Louis Blues have seen all they needed to see of Logan Brown. According to the latest report, the pending restricted free agent won't get a qualifying offer from the team and will become unrestricted on July 1st.

Brown was drafted 11th overall by the Ottawa Senators in 2016. Despite a ton of potential, he's never been able to turn it into a consistent NHL spot. After three seasons of playing mostly in the AHL, Brown was traded to the St. Louis Blues in 2021. The Blues seemed determined to give him a chance, and played him in 39 games his first season there. Brown had four goals and 11 points. This past year, Brown was given another 30, but managed to parlay it into just two goals and six points.


Brown's qualifying offer for next season was just $787,500, barely above the minimum. However, at just 25, it will be interesting to see if he gets an offer from another team. It's far more likely he gets an AHL offer than an NHL one.

June 16   |   142 answers
St. Louis Blues Cutting Ties with Former First Round Pick

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