Ryan Suter Signs Lucrative One-Year Deal with St. Louis Blues – Full Contract Details Inside!

St. Louis, Missouri – The St. Louis Blues have recently reached an agreement on a new one-year contract with unrestricted free agent defenseman, Ryan Suter. This deal not only includes a base salary of $775,000 but also offers the potential for up to an additional $2.225 million in performance bonuses, making it a significant move for the team.

At 39 years old, Suter brings a wealth of experience and skill to the Blues, having spent the past three seasons with the Dallas Stars. During the 2023-24 season alone, he demonstrated his value by logging 17 points in regular-season games and an additional four points in postseason games. Suter’s track record in the NHL is impressive, with a career that spans 19 years and includes stints with Nashville, Minnesota, and Dallas.

As a three-time NHL All-Star and 2013 First Team All-Star, Suter has proven himself to be a formidable force on the ice. With a total of 681 points and 761 penalty minutes in his career, he is a key addition to the Blues’ roster. Not only does he bring scoring ability, but his defensive skills and leadership qualities make him a valuable asset to any team.

Originally drafted in 2003 by Nashville, Suter has established himself as one of the top defensemen in the league. His international experience, including a gold medal at the 2004 World Junior Championships and a silver medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics, further highlights his talent and versatility as a player. Standing at 6-foot-1 and 205 pounds, Suter’s presence on the ice is both commanding and impactful.

With Suter now joining the Blues, the team is poised to make a strong push in the upcoming season. His addition bolsters their defense and provides a veteran presence in the locker room. Fans can look forward to seeing Suter’s contributions on the ice as he continues to showcase his skills and leadership in St. Louis.