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Blues release McGinn from professional tryout, Brouwer will continue

The Blues have made a decision on one of their veterans in on a professional tryout. Now we'll wait and see about Troy Brouwer.

ST. LOUIS — The Blues have come to a decision on one of their veteran forwards skating with the team on a professional tryout.

The team announced Wednesday that they have released Jame McGinn from his PTO.

They also noted that forward Troy Brouwer would continue his tryout.

McGinn and Brouwer were brought in after the Blues depth was put to the test early in this 2019 season. Forwards Vladimir Tarasenko and Alexander Steen will be missing substantial amounts of time with injuries, and Robby Fabbri was traded to Detroit.

McGinn is a veteran of 11 NHL seasons with San Jose, Colorado, Buffalo, Anaheim, Arizona and Florida. He has 220 points in 617 career regular-season games.

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