Jr. Blues forward Andy McGlynn has been signed to a tender for the 2015-16 season. McGlynn started the season with Springfield of the NAHL where he notched 2 points in 10 games before Christmas. When he returned home McGlynn made an immediate impact on the Jr. Blues scoring 9 points in only 4 games with St. Louis. Head Coach Chris Flaugher said, "Andy coming home was hopefully good for several reasons. First he gets to come home and regain his confidence. When you are young and used only sporadically, it can have a negative impact on your confidence. Here he gets to come home, play with no pressure and regain his touch. Second, he's a big part of the team and will get a lot of ice time. Finally, he gets to go back to his school with his friends."
Because of his renewed confidence, McGlynn has gotten a second opportunity to play at that level by signing a tender with the Corpus Chrisit IceRays for next season. He will potentially be joining Frankie Melton next season. Flaugher continued, "He has shown that he can be and is successful at this level, now he just needs to take that confidence to Corpus next season. He can dominate a game and will do a great job for Corpus next season."