Blues Sign Forwards Bozak, Perron; Add Goaltender Chad Johnson

The Blues made some moves Sunday in signing Maple Leafs center Tyler Bozak for three years and $15 million; Golden Knights winger and familiar face David Perron (four years, $16 million); and goalie out of Buffalo Chad Johnson (one year, $1.25Million).

Bozak, 32, comes off a 43-point season (11 goals, 32 assists) for the Leafs and has spent his entire career with Toronto including the past three seasons as alternate captain. He posted his career-best season in 2016-17 with 55 points (18 goals, 37 assists).

David Perron needs no intro with Blues fans, as this is the left winger’s third stint sporting the Note. Perron posted career numbers this past season with the Stanley Cup Champion Vegas Golden Knights, putting up 66 points on 55 assists.

The Blues and Sabres essentially swapped goalies this weekend, with Johnson coming to the Blues on the above one-season deal and Carter Hutton getting a nice chunk of change (three years, $8.25 million) from Buffalo.

Stay tuned to 101 ESPN and for plenty of talk on these moves and coverage as the offseason continues.

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