Gunnarsson (lower-body) will be back on the St. Louis blueline on Wednesday.
Gunnarsson has missed the last five games with a lower-body injury but will play Wednesday vs. the Wild. Gunnarsson, who has one assist in five games, will replace Robert Bortuzzo and skate on the third pair with Vince Dunn.
Source: Jim Thomas 10/30/19, 1:07 pm EST
Gunnarsson (lower-body) will not play on Saturday.
Gunnarsson played 14:30 TOI on Thursday before departing the game with a lower-body injury. Colton Parayko will move up to skate with Alex Pietrangelo while Gunnarsson is out.
Source: Lou Korac 10/18/19, 2:11 pm EST
Gunnarsson will make his season debut on Saturday.
Gunnarsson was a healthy scratch in the Blues season opener but will draw-in for Robert Bortuzzo on Saturday. Gunnarsson, who had just seven points (3G / 4A) in 25 games last season, will skate on the top-pair with Alex Pietrangelo.
The Blues have re-signed Carl Gunnarsson to a two-year, $3.5M ($1.75M AAV) extension.
Gunnarsson had a difficult season with injuries in 2018-19, missing a total of 57 games with a combination of ailments. He finished the year with seven points (3G / 4A) in 25 games and added three points (1G / 2A) in 19 playoff games to help the Blues to a Stanley Cup—the first of his career.
Gunnarsson (lower-body) will not play in Game 2.
Gunnarsson skated prior to Game 2 but will not play in San Jose. Head coach Craig Berube said that Gunnarsson is “very close to being ready,” so look for Gunnarsson to play in Game 3 or 4 back in St. Louis.
Gunnarsson (upper-body) will not travel to Dallas.
Gunnarsson has been out since February 5th and will miss his ninth straight game on Thursday. However, the Blues are playing extremely well right now so there is no reason to rush the veteran defenseman back into the lineup at this time.
Source: Jim Thomas 02/20/19, 4:45 pm EST
Gunnarsson (upper-body) will miss his fourth consecutive game on Tuesday.
Source: Jim Thomas 02/12/19, 2:51 pm EST
Gunnarsson will not play Thursday due to an upper-body injury.
Gunnarsson is dealing with an upper-body injury and is considered as day-to-day, so he will be replaced by Robert Bortuzzo on Thursday. Gunnarsson has been surprisingly productive offensive as of late, scoring three goals with four assists in his last nine games.
Source: Jim Thomas 02/7/19, 12:36 pm EST
Gunnarsson (upper-body) has been activated from IR.
Gunnarsson has been out since November 16th but said on Wednesday that he is ready-to-go. However, Gunnarsson skated on the fourth pairing in the morning skate, which suggests that he might not play vs. the Capitals.
Gunnarsson (upper-body) said he’s ready to return to the Blues lineup.
Gunnarsson has been out since November 16th but is ready to play on Thursday if the coaches call upon him. Gunnarsson had no points, just eight shots and a plus-2 rating in seven games before getting hurt.
The Blues have placed Carl Gunnarsson (upper-body) on IR.
Gunnarsson has been sidelined since November 16th and was finally placed on IR to open up a roster spot. Jordan Nolan was recalled to fill that spot and likely a fourth-line role.
Gunnarsson (upper-body) will miss at least the next four games.
Gunnarsson missed Saturday’s game with an upper-body injury that he suffered last Friday. Head coach Mike Yeo already ruled him out through this weekend, so look for Jordan Schmaltz to remain in the lineup for the time being.
Gunnarsson (hip) will make his season debut on Thursday.
Gunnarsson missed the first 10 games of the season, but will replace Jordan Schmaltz in the lineup on Thursday. Gunnarsson brings nearly no offence to the Blues lineup, so he’s best left on the waiver wire.
Source: Lou Korac 11/1/18, 12:09 pm EST
The Blues have activated Carl Gunnarsson (hip) from IR.
Gunnarsson’s activation means that he will be available to make his season debt on Thursday, but it remains to be seen if he will draw into the lineup or not. Over the last two seasons, Gunnarsson has just 15 points (5G / 10A) while averaging less than 15 minutes per game in 119 games with St. Louis.
The Blues have recalled Carl Gunnarsson from his conditioning stint with San Antonio (AHL).
Gunnarsson failed to pick up a point in two games with the Rampage during his conditioning stint. He returns to the Blues where he has failed to top 10 points for three straight years—just 24 points (8G / 16A) in his last 191 NHL games.
The Blues have sent Carl Gunnarsson (hip) to San Antonio (AHL) for a conditioning stint.
Gunnarsson has missed the first nine games of the season as he works his way back from offseason hip surgery. The Blues had ruled him out until November, so the veteran defenseman appears to be right on track in his recovery. He will stay on the conditioning stint through the weekend and could make his season debut with the Blues next week.
Gunnarsson will miss the rest of the season with a torn left ACL.
Gunnarsson suffered an ACL tear in his left knee during the first period of the Blues' 4-1 win over the Vancouver Canucks on Friday. He will undergo surgery once the swelling in his knee subsides and will be re-evaluated in six months.
Gunnarsson will draw back into the Blues lineup on Saturday.
Source: Joe Yerdon 02/3/18, 3:33 pm EST
Gunnarsson will be back in the Blues lineup on Tuesday.
The Blues want to get Gunnarsson back in the lineup after he has sat as a healthy scratch for the last two games, so he will suit up as a seventh defnseman. No other Blues defenseman warranted coming out, so Magnus Paajarvi will sit out up front.