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Keller signs lucrative contract with Coyotes

Chesterfield’s Clayton Keller is about to being training camp with the Phoenix Coyotes. He’ll do confident in knowing he will be with the Coyotes for a long time. Phoenix rewarded the skilled forward with an eight-year contract extension for $57.2 million. It has an average annual salary of $7.15 million. Chesterfield’s Clayton Keller has signed an eight-year contract extension for $57.2 million. It has an average annual salary of $7.15 million. (Phoenix Coyotes) Keller is coming off a 47-point campaign in 2018-19. Slated to become a restricted free agent next year, Keller will now remain in the desert through the ...

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America’s Showcase features local boys, girls teams playing in annual hockey tournament

It’s time to drop the puck on 2019 America’s Showcase for high school hockey. The annual high school hockey tournament runs through April 15 at the St. Peters Rec-Plex. The tournament will feature 30-plus boys and girls teams from 20-plus states and regions across the United States. On the boys’ side, Missouri Blue opens play at 7 p.m. Thursday (April 11) against Colorado Burgundy. On the girls’ side, Missouri plays two games Thursday. Missouri meets Wisconsin at 8 a.m. an then will play at 8 p.m. against Minnesota Green. America’s Showcase was founded in 1985 to provide the nation’s premier ...

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De Smet comes up just short in Challenge Cup hockey championship game

The De Smet Spartans pushed the St. Louis University Junior Billikens to the limit but fell just short in the Challenge Cup championship game. SLUH defeated the Spartans 3-2 in double overtime in the Midstates Club Hockey Association’s top tournament that was played at Enterprise Center. The De Smet Spartans played at Enterprise Center in the Challenge Cup championship game. St. Louis University High won 3-2 in double overtime. It marked the second conseuctive year the Junior Billikens thwarted De Smet’s championship ambitions. Coach Chris Durso said his Spartans left everyone on the ice. “Our guys showed a lot of ...

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Lafayette claims program’s second Wickenheiser Cup championship with win over Duchesne

Hard work pays off. Just ask the Lafayette Lancers. The Lancers defeated the top-seeded Duchesne Pioneers 4-2 to win the Wickenheiser Cup. The Midstates Club Hockey Association postseason tournament title game was played at Enterprise Center. The Lafayette Lancers won the 2019 Wickenheiser Cup championship. “The kids had worked so hard to get where we are and to get the win was fantastic for them and our fans,” Lafayette coach Jim Carrico said. “(I’m) Very proud of them. They earned it.” It is the second Wickhenheiser Cup championship for Lafayette. The Lancers also won the tournament in 2006. Lafayette finished ...

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De Smet ready to face off against St. Louis University High in Challenge Cup rematch

The De Smet Spartans earned their way back to the Challenge Cup championship game. De Smet (19-6-3) will play against the St. Louis University High Junior Billikens at 8 p.m. Wednesday (March 13) at the Enterprise Center. The De Smet Spartans celebrate after eliminating Chaminade to earn a trip to the Challenge Cup championship game at Enterprise Center. The Spartans will face St. Louis University High. The two teams played last year in the title game with SLUH skating to a victory. In the earlier game set for Wednesday, Lafayette (18-7-2) will play against the Duchesne Pioneers (19-5-3) at 5:30 ...

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