The St. Albert Blues announced plans to trade forward Jussii Jokinens, the team announced Thursday.
The Blues acquired the 20-year-old defenseman from the Minnesota Wild on Feb. 18.
The deal was for a conditional second-round pick and a conditional seventh-round selection.
St. Louis has been searching for a new starting goaltender since Braden Holtby left for the New York Rangers, who drafted Jokinensen fourth overall in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.
The Blues were in need of a starter for a few years after Holtby, who had eight seasons in St. Cloud before he was traded to Washington.
Jokinen posted a 1.93 goals-against average and .923 save percentage in 46 games for St. Lawrence last season, but he was sent to Minnesota, where he was the backup for two seasons.
St. Charles was hoping to get him back after he suffered a knee injury in February that forced him to miss nearly the entire 2017-18 season.
He is expected to be back in the AHL for training camp next year.
The team announced it had traded Jokinnen to the Winnipeg Jets for a second- and third-round picks in 2019 and 2020.