Sergei Andronov departs St. Louis Blues for KHL's CSKA Moscow
Andronov's departure from the AHL comes after 112 games with the St. Louis Blues. During his two-year career with the Blues, Andronov scored 21 goals and made 24 assists, St. Louis Game Time reports.
In 2009, Andronov was CSKA Moscow's third-round draft pick. He played for CSKA for three seasons from 2010 to 2012 before joining the AHL. At the conclusion of the Blues' 2013-2014 season, the team's management offered Andronov a new contract, which he declined.
The 25-year-old athlete will be returning to CSKA under a trial contract, according to St. Louis Game Time.
Andronov is the second Blue to leave the AHL for the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) this off-season, following the departure of Vladimir Sobotka, who signed a three-year deal with Avangard Omsk in early July, Bleedin' Blue reports.
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