Steen (lower-body) will play in Edmonton.
Steen was forced to leave Tuesday’s game with a lower-body injury but will be available on Friday. After posting just five points (all assists) in his first 24 games of the season, Steen has started to heat up, scoring five goals with five assists (10 points) in his last 11.
Source: Lou Korac 01/31/20, 3:24 pm EST
Steen (ankle) will be back in the Blues lineup on Saturday.
Steen has been out since November 6th but will play Saturday against the Blackhawks. Steen, who will replace Troy Brouwer on the third line, has five assists in 17 games this season.
Source: Lou Korac 12/14/19, 1:14 pm EST
Steen (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Steen suffered a lower-body injury in Detroit on Sunday but could play Wednesday vs. the Wild. Steen is officially listed as a game-time decision but took part in the morning skate and looks to be good-to-go. Steen has just four assists in 12 games this season.
Source: Jim Thomas 10/30/19, 1:56 pm EST
Steen left Sunday's game with a lower-body injury and did not return.
Steen (illness) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Steen missed Tuesday’s morning skate and will be a game-time decision for tonight’s game because of an illness. Sammy Blais has been called up under emergency conditions and will replace Steen if he can’t play.
Source: Lou Korac 02/26/19, 12:25 pm EST
Steen (personal) will be back in the Blues lineup on Tuesday.
Steen missed the last two games because of the birth of his child but will play Tuesday vs. Toronto. Steen has assists in three straight games but has just 18 points (6G / 12A) in 42 games this season.
Source: Lou Korac 02/19/19, 2:11 pm EST
Steen (personal) will not play on Saturday.
Steen left the team to go back to St. Louis for the birth of his child, so Robby Fabbri will replace him in the Blues lineup on Saturday.
Source: Lou Korac 02/16/19, 1:42 pm EST
The Blues have activated Alex Steen (shoulder) from IR; expected to play on Saturday.
Steen has missed the last six games but is expected to replace David Perron in the Blues lineup vs. the Senators. Steen has six goals on 59 shots (10.2 SH%) and nine assists (15 points) in 32 games this season.
Source: Lou Korac 01/19/19, 5:44 pm EST
Steen (shoulder) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Steen has missed the last six games with a shoulder injury but is set to return to the lineup on Saturday. Steen is expected to replace David Perron, who is dealing with an upper-body ailment and returns with 15 points (6G / 9A) in 32 games this season.
Source: Lou Korac 01/19/19, 12:27 pm EST
The Blues have placed Alex Steen on IR with a shoulder injury.
Steen was hurt by a Radko Gudas hit on Monday and will miss at least two weeks with a shoulder injury. The Blues have not recalled a forward at this time but Robby Fabbri will replace him in the lineup on Tuesday.
Source: Jim Thomas 01/8/19, 5:25 pm EST
Steen (shoulder) is expected to miss Tuesday’s game vs. Dallas.
Steen left Monday’s game with an apparent left shoulder injury and did not return. Steen played just 2:38 TOI before leaving the game and is expected to be replaced Robby Fabbri on Tuesday.
Source: Lou Korac 01/8/19, 1:52 pm EST
Steen (concussion) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play on Friday.
Steen (concussion) will be a game-time decision on Friday.
Steen is day-to-day with a concussion.
Steen is dealing with a concussion after leaving last Friday’s game in Colorado. Steen is officially considered day-to-day but it is difficult to put a timetable on a return from a concussion.
Source: Lou Korac 12/3/18, 4:41 pm EST
Steen will not be in the Blues lineup on Saturday.
Source: Jim Thomas 12/1/18, 6:47 pm EST
Steen (upper-body) will return to the Blues lineup on Wednesday.
Steen has missed the last six games with an upper-body injury but will play Wednesday in Detroit. There is no word on where Steen will slot into the lineup but he has registered 10 points (5G / 5A) in 16 games this season.
Steen (upper-body) is day-to-day; won’t play on Monday.
Steen will miss his third straight game with an upper-body injury. Steen is listed as day-to-day, so he could be back at some point this week. Nikita Soshnikov will remain in the Blues lineup while Steen is sidelined.
Steen is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Steen missed the Blues morning skate and will not play Friday in Vegas. Steen is day-to-day, so he will be replaced by Brayden Schenn.
Steen (hand) will make his season debut on Wednesday.
Steen missed the first six games of the season with a hand injury that he suffered in the preseason, but will draw into the Blues lineup tonight vs. the Blackhawks. Steen’s return is expected to bump Samuel Blais from the lineup and he should skate with Paul Stastny and Vladimir Tarasenko.
Steen (hand) returned to practice on Monday.
Steen was cleared to return to practice on Monday after missing the first six games of the regular season with a broken left hand. Blues head coach Mike Yeo would not commit to Steen playing on Wednesday, but it’s a positive sign that he is close to make his season debut.