(Photo: Jokerit Helsinki)

The St. Louis Blues have signed defenseman Petteri Lindbohm, 20, to a three-year entry-level contract. The 6’2″, 195-pound defenseman is a native of Helsinki, Finland.
Lindbohm plays in the Finland SM-Liiga League, and was originally drafted by the Blues in the sixth round of the 2012 Entry Draft.
He has dressed for 37 games between Porin Ässät and Jokerit Helsinki and has one goal and five assists (six points) and 26 penalty minutes. Last season he had four assists and 61 penalty minutes in 35 games for Jokerit Helsinki.

Melissa White started playing ice hockey when she was only six years old. She spent her youth playing hockey in Seattle, Washington. She played with the boys until she was old enough to make the switch to a competitive girl's under 19 hockey team at the age of 12. Melissa played NCAA Division III college hockey in Buffalo, New York, for the Buffalo State Bengals. She was named Rookie of the Year and voted Assistant Captain during her junior season. Presently, Melissa manages and coaches a U-19 girl's team and an ACHA men's college team. Her favorite teams are the St. Louis Blues and the New Jersey Devils. She fell in love with the Devils on her sixth birthday when she received an autographed Martin Brodeur puck from her parents. Melissa is also attending Bradley University and pursuing a degree in Sports Communication.

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