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Blues receive multiple offers to buy team Add to ...

The St. Louis Blues said they have received “multiple bids” for the team by Monday’s self-imposed deadline, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

SCP Worldwide wouldn’t specify the number of offers. The paper reported that recent offers by Blues minority owner Tom Stillman and Chicago businessman Matthew Hulsizer had been turned down, though a source said Stillman submitted a second bid.

The Blues are believed to be asking for $180 million for the team, with the source indicating that Stillman’s original offer in April was about $110 million.

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