Forward Zach Sanford will be back with the St. Louis Blues for at least two more seasons.

Sanford and the club agreed on a two year deal on Monday, avoiding arbitration.

Sanford will make $1.5 million per season.

The Salem, Massachusetts native came up big against his childhood team in the Stanley Cup Final. Sanford had a goal and three assists against the Bruins to help the Blues bring home their first Stanley Cup.

Sanford's goal in the Final came in the last minutes of the clinching Game 7 in Boston, to make it 4-1, which would be the final score.

The 24-year-old forward played in 60 regular season games for the Blues in 2018-2019, notching eight goals and 12 assists.

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