The St. Custom Kansas City Chiefs Jerseys . Louis Blues brought in the premier unrestricted free agent centre, and did it without breaking the bank. Numbers Game looks at the Blues signing of Paul Stastny. The Blues Get: C Paul Stastny. Stastny, 28, has been a strong two-way centre, capable of putting up points and, more recently, taking on tougher assignments while remaining productive. Since arriving in the league in 2006-2007, Stastny has 458 points in 538 games, which ranks 34th. While his possession stats havent been dominant, it needs to be considered that they have been accrued in Colorado, where theyve been strong in relative terms, and hes among a select group of forwards to face quality opposition and start more of his shifts in the defensive zone, yet still have strong relative possession stats. Joining St. Louis is a terrific situation for Stastny too. The Blues had a contending team last season that could have used an offensive boost and Stastny ought to provide that and with last years top line -- Alex Steen, David Backes and T.J. Oshie -- capable of handling a lot of heavy lifting (tough matchups, defensive zone starts), Stastny should be freed up for more of an offensive role than the all-around responsibility he had with Colorado. Also working in Stastnys favour is that by moving to a team with much better puck possession stats, there will be more opportunity for Stastny to play in the offensive zone and if he ends up with rising young wingers Jaden Schwartz and Vladimir Tarasenko (or fellow U.S. Olympian T.J. Oshie), it would be easy enough to forecast that line being very productive. Theres also some shuffling to do among Blues forwards, as they have signed C Jori Lehtera and that could mean Patrik Berglund and David Backes shifting to wings, leaving Vladimir Sobotka and Maxim Lapierre in the third and fourth-line spots. The team that Stastny is leaving, the Colorado Avalanche, will have their hands full trying to match their 2013-2014 regular season success, but the team does at least have options down the middle, with Matt Duchene and Nathan MacKinnon more than suitable on the top two lines, and they have Ryan OReilly (who shifted to wing last season) available if needed. Losing Stastny means tougher minutes for those guys, but the Avalanche at least have the personnel to withstand a loss at centre. The ideal part of this deal for St. Louis is that they didnt have to get into an outrageous deal in order to acquire the player who was clearly the best free agent centre on the market. Stastny wanted to go to St. Louis and was willing to take a shorter term than he might have made elsewhere. Signed for four years and $28-million, Stastny gets a raise on what he was making in Colorado, joins the team with which his father, Peter, finished his career and its not an unreasonable price for what Paul Stastny provides. If Stastny can thrive in an offensive role, hell give the Blues a legitimate chance to get into the discussion with the best teams in the Western Conference and thats all that can be asked from a contending team when they dip into the free agent pool. Scott Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook. 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"They really carried us through that whole game and I think it helped us. "Anytime you can shut down a Hall of Fame quarterback like Ricky Ray holding him to 12 points and they play defence like that, we better win the game. We did just enough to do so." Collaros finished 27-of-38 passing against Toronto, the team he spent two seasons backing up Ray before signing with Hamilton this off-season as a free agent. The game was also Collaross first since suffering a concussion July 4 against Edmonton. Toronto (3-7) suffered its third straight loss yet remains atop the East Division. However Hamilton (2-6) and Montreal (2-7) are tied for second with Ottawa (1-8) just four points back. Although Hamiltons offence 22 first downs and 364 total yards, it was also its own worst enemy with untimely penalties and the inability to finish drives. Hamilton was flagged 17 times for 111 yards and receiver Bakari Grant and running back Moissis Madu both dropped first-half TD passes. Fortunately, Hamiltons defence was stellar, holding Toronto to just nine first downs. Ray finished 16-of-29 passing for 142 yards and became the youngest player in CFL history to reach 50,000 career passing yards, but didnt achieve the milestone until connecting with Jason Barnes on a 37-yard completion in the fourth quarter. Still, Toronto had two late shots to pull out the win. The offence took the ball at its 32-yard line after recovering Madus fumble with 32 seconds remaining but the Ticats tackled Mike Bradwell on the games final play to preserve the win. And earlier in the fourth, backup Jeremiah Masoli fumbled at the Toronto one-yard line, which Jamie Robinson recovered and lateralled to Vincent Agnew to give the Argos the ball at their 20-yard line. "Its about time we had something good happen to these men in this room and how hard they practised and played and prepared," said Ticats head coach/GM Kent Austin. "That being said, we dropped two touchdown passes, we fumbled on the one-yard line. "Thank goodness the defence played so well. They gave us an opportunity to win." Tim Hortons Field was impressive despite sections still remaining a construction zone as work continues there. As a result, the seating capacity for Mondays game was about 18,000 -- which included Canadian John Saunders and Chris Berman of ESPN-- roughly 6,000 short of capacity once the facility is finally completed. And that didnt take away from the party-like atmosphere as fans began their traditional "Argos Suck" chant shortly after the visitors came to the field, then broke out into a loud rendition of "Oskie Wee Wee," after Hamiltons Frederic Plesius recovered Trent Guys fumble on the opening kickoff to set up Justin Medlocks 29-yard field goal just 1:25 into the contest. Torontos issues were turnovers as twice they lost fumbles on special teams as well as a Ray interception. Swazye Waters was the clubs most potent weapon, averaging 53.5 yards on 13 punts. "Its very disappointing,," said Argos head coach Scott Milanovich. Chad Henne Chiefs Jersey. "To waste such a good effort by our defence and the way they stood up and forced that turnover at the one-yard line to give us a chance and we couldnt take advantage of it. "Its a tough one to take. Its turnovers again. Thats the name of the game and weve got to find a way to hold on to the football." Toronto is off till Sept, 13 when it visits the Calgary Stampeders. The expectation is injured slotbacks Chad Owens and Andre Durie -- two key figures in the Argos offensive attack -- will both be back. "Im looking forward to getting Chad and Dre (Durie) back and getting back to work," Milanovich said. "They (Argos players) believe this will turn around for them and if you cant dream its not going to happen. "Give them credit, they were great on defence but I felt like we think we let one slip away. We had this game for the taking . . . nothing will take away from the fact we couldnt get a field goal in the fourth quarter to win the game." Ray said theres a simply solution to cure Torontos woes: Play better. "You cant feel sorry or wait for something good to happen," he said. "Were just not playing good enough to win right now. "Offensively thats sustaining drives and were not staying out there and putting good drives together. We turned the football over which hurt us. Weve just got to get back to playing good football, thats the bottom line." Hamilton improved to 27-13-1 all-time on Labour Day versus Toronto as both teams donned their signature third jerseys -- white and powder blue for Toronto, black with gold numbers for Hamilton. The second half featured precious little offence as Medlocks conceded safety at 2:34 of the third accounted for all the scoring. Grant had Hamiltons touchdown. Medlock had two field goals and a convert. Guy scored Torontos touchdown. Waters added the convert and single, with the other points coming on two safeties. Rays 20-yard TD strike to Guy at 14:38 cut Hamiltons half-time lead to 13-10, a score that flattered the Argos given they had just 89 total yards offensively the entire first half, 98 of which came on the Guy touchdown march. The Ticats did their part with two crucial penalties on the drive and were flagged 13 times for 87 yards in the first half alone. Waters was Torontos first-half star with an 80-yard punt single and twice putting Hamilton on its one-yard line with booming boots. Hamilton dominated play in the opening quarter, starting with Plesius fumble recovery on the opening kickoff then when Collaros hit Grant on a nine-yard TD strike at 7:06 to put the Ticats ahead 10-1. The Tim Hortons Field faithful celebrated the first-ever touchdown at the stadium by throwing the promotional mini footballs they received prior to the contest on to the field. 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