St. Louis, MO - Barret Jackman signed a three-year contract with the St. Louis Blues, the team's Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Armstrong said Monday.
Barret Jackman, 31, dressed in 81 games for the Blues last season, recording 13 points (one goal, 12 assists) and 57 penalty minutes while tying for second on the club with a +20 rating and leading the team overall in blocked shots (153) and shorthanded time on ice per game (3:26).
The 6'0, 205-pound defenseman has spent his entire 10-year NHL career with the Blues, compiling 139 points (20 goals, 119 assists) and 843 penalty minutes in 598 games while also becoming the club's only Calder Trophy winner in 2003.
Barret Jackman is currently tied for 10th overall in franchise history in games played, ranks 7th overall in penalty minutes and 10th in points among Blues defensemen. Jackman, a native of Trail, British Columbia, Canada, was originally drafted by the Blues in the first round, 17th overall, of the 1999 Entry Draft and is currently the longest tenured athlete among all St. Louis sports teams.