St Louis Blues It was obvious that an already complex situation would get more complicated after the general

Manager Doug Armstrong left Montreal and the draft was not able to provide more allowances for salary. "I was hoping

to find out what options to move money around and also do certain things (in Montreal)," Armstrong stated to the

Post-Dispatch on Friday. "But there wasn't much of it happening at the time of the draft." This isn't to say that it won't

occur at some time. But is it likely to occur in time for the beginning of the free agency time period, which starts at

11:00 a.m. central on Wednesday? If it's not happen, a few Blues might be heading out to more green -- in terms of

dollars grasses. The most notable is the forward David Perron and defenseman Nick Leddy could be

heading to the market. The only other unrestricted free-agent who completed this season playing for the Blues is the

veteran center Tyler Bozak. If the Blues decide to act on Bozak seems to be tied to the possibility of re-signing

Dakota Joshua, who's also an upcoming UFA. Joshua played in 30 games for the Blues in the last season, but finished his season