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Jason Arnott

39-Year-Old Center – Free Agent

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SHOOTS: Right   HT: 6' 5"   WT: 220   DOB: 10/11/1974   BORN: Collingwood, Ontario   DRAFTED: 1st Rd, #7 Overall in 1993   Show ContractHide Contract

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Failed his physical after agreeing to a one-year deal with the Rangers.

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Arnott announced his retirement Tuesday, James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail reports.

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Season Age League Team GP G A Pts +/- PIM SOG SH% GWG SHG TOI/G G A Pts TOI/G Hits BS
2005-06 30 81 32 44 76 13 102 167 19.2 5 1 11 0 11
2006-07 31 68 27 27 54 15 48 190 14.2 6 0 12 0 12
2007-08 32 79 28 44 72 19 54 248 11.3 3 0 13 0 13
2008-09 33 65 33 24 57 2 49 196 16.8 5 0 18:55 9 6 15 4:21 34 18
2009-10 34 63 19 27 46 0 26 216 8.8 3 0 18:42 6 12 18 3:23 24 17
2010-11 35 NHL NJ 62 13 11 24 -9 32 139 9.4 0 0 15:27 2 3 5 2:09 28 8
2010-11 35 NHL WAS 11 4 3 7 3 8 30 13.3 1 0 15:53 2 1 3 4:18 14 3
2011-12 36 NHL STL 72 17 17 34 13 26 142 12.0 3 0 14:05 6 8 14 2:37 24 13

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Jason Arnott: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

The Blues have decided not to sign Arnott, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

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The Blues are expected to make a decision whether or not to sign Arnott by Sunday, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Arnott has been skating with the team since last Sunday in a one-week tryout.

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Arnott skated for the Blues on Sunday and will join the team to participate in practices during the remainder of its current road trip, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. The Blues have another four stops on the road trip. "I talked to Jason's representative (late last week) and he said he still has that burning desire to play," St. Louis general manager Doug Armstrong said.

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A deal with the Rangers fell through after Arnott was not cleared by team doctors, ESPN's Katie Strang reports.

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Arnott has signed a one-year deal with the Rangers, tsn.ca's Darren Dreger reports.

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The Canucks have expressed interest in Arnott, the Vancouver Province reports.

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Arnott sat out Wednesday's practice due to a lower-body injury, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

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Arnott, who sat out the final game of the regular season to rest, played 16:10 in St. Louis' loss to San Jose in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series.

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Arnott (general rest) will not play against Dallas on Saturday, St. Louis Post-Dispatch writer Jeremy Rutherford reports.

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Arnott practiced on the fourth line Monday, the In The Slot blog reports.

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Arnott, who was given a week off due to general soreness, skated 13:11 on Wednesday night in the Blues' 4-3 loss to the Ducks.

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Arnott will return to the Blues' lineup Wednesday night after missing two games due to general soreness, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2013-14

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2011-12

The Blues added Arnott as an experienced hand on a young team, but heís also expected to contribute on ice as well as in the locker room. Arnottís still a good faceoff guy and the Blues will likely plant him on the third line, where he can also extend the teamís ability to score to three lines. If he manages to get significant time on the power play, Arnott could give the Blues a 20-goal scorer, but thereís a list of young guns that figure to get those man-advantage minutes ahead of him.

2010-11

Arnott's second stint with the Devils may not be as productive as his initial turn with New Jersey that saw the more productive years of his career and a Stanley Cup-winning goal. Arnott's posted 20-plus goals in 10 of the last 11 seasons and should approach those numbers again with New Jersey. Look for 20 goals and close to 50 points as well as power play time for the veteran, but don't expect much more. He could be a solid late-round addition to your roster, especially if he finds some of the chemistry he previously had with Patrik Elias.

2009-10

Arnott only played in 65 games last season due to injury, but he still managed 33 goals and 57 points. While he's getting up their in years, if he can stay healthy another 30+ goal season should be in the cards making any assists he picks up simply a nice bonus.

2008-09

Arnott lived up to expectations last season. Despite the depleted surrounding cast, the captain spearheaded the Predators' offense and was able to stay healthy, appearing in 79 games. Arnott returned to the scoring form that he showed in his last season in Dallas with 28 goals and 44 assists. That makes five consecutive seasons with 20 goals or more from the Predators captain. He should have no problem taking on the role of the centerpiece of the offense again in the upcoming season. Arnott will center the first scoring line and likely get tons of ice time on the man advantage. If the soon-to-be 34-year-old center can stay healthy again, there's no reason to expect anything less than this level of production. Another campaign with near 30 goals and 70-plus points should be in order.

2007-08

The expectations for Arnott will be higher than ever entering this season. He struggled at times last year, both with scoring and some minor injuries. Still, in 68 games Arnott managed to post 27 goals and 27 assists for a robust .794 points per game average. The undermanned Predators will need more from Arnott this season. They will need him to rediscover that 30-goal form that he displayed in his last season with the Dallas Stars. The supporting cast will be weaker this season, but Arnott is up to the challenge of elevating his game. He should have no problem reaching the 70-point plateau assuming he can remain healthy this season.

2006-07

The new face in the lineup was signed to give the Predators some more physical presence in the middle. Arnott brings much more than just that needed quality. Arnott notched 32 goals and a career-high 76 points last season with Dallas. That makes seven-straight seasons of 20-plus goals for the talented center. Arnott had a great desire to come to Nashville and play with players like Paul Kariya and Steve Sullivan, so Arnott should make a brilliant addition to the Predators' roster. We look for Arnott to keep the solid offensive numbers rolling as he helps Nashville to pursue the Cup.

2005-06

Took over as Dallas' #1 center with Mike Modano's struggles, but will play second fiddle in 2005-06. He'll likely skate between Bill Guerin and Brenden Morrow, so you can expect the same type of production as before.

2004-05