The Blues Score Big with Senators Trade

In a major move for the St. Louis Blues, the team has acquired a 2025 third-round draft pick from the Ottawa Senators. But that’s not all – the deal also includes forward Curtis Joseph, who has two years remaining on his contract with an annual salary cap hit of $2.95 million.

The Senators were eager to clear cap space in order to re-sign promising young player Shane Pinto, making this trade a win-win for both teams. But for the Blues, it’s a particularly exciting addition to their roster.

Joseph, a 30-year-old forward, has spent his entire nine-year career with the Senators after being drafted in the first round in 2012. He brings a wealth of experience and skill to the Blues, making them a formidable force on the ice.

In fact, the only players on the Stars with longer current stints than Joseph are captain Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin. This speaks to Joseph’s loyalty and dedication to his team, making him a valuable asset for the Blues.

With this trade, the Blues have solidified their lineup and are poised for success in the upcoming season. Fans can’t wait to see what Joseph will bring to the team and how he will help them reach new heights.