Dunn (face) will return to the Blues lineup for Game 4.
Dunn will play for the first time since taking a puck off of his face in Game 3 of the Western Conference Final. Dunn, who has two goals and five assists (seven points) in 16 playoff games, will replace Robert Bortuzzo on the Blues’ third pairing and will play on the second power-play unit.
Dunn (face) will not play in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Dunn has skated regularly this week and was a full participant on Wednesday but isn’t ready to return to the lineup for Game 2. The Blues depth defensemen had a tough time in Game 1 so they certainly could have used Dunn’s services in Game 2.
Source: Lou Korac 05/29/19, 2:20 pm EST
Dunn (mouth) doubtful for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Dunn skated skated for the second straight day on Sunday but is not expected to play in Game 1 in Boston. Dunn has been out since Game 3 after being struck in the mouth by a Brenden Dillon shot. Blues head coach Craig Berube said there is a “good chance” that Dunn will be back at some point during the series. In the mean time, veteran defenseman Carl Gunnarsson will remain in the Blues lineup and has averaged 11:47 TOI/gm in the three games that he has replaced Dunn.
Source: Lou Korac 05/27/19, 9:54 am EST
Dunn (lower-body) will miss his second straight game.
Dunn was originally believed to be a healthy scratch on Tuesday but the Blues confirmed that he is dealing with a lower-body injury. With Dunn out, Alex Pietrangelo and Connor Parayko will man the points on the Blues’ power-play units.
Dunn is expected to rejoin the Blues lineup on Sunday.
Dunn is expected to be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Dunn has been featured on the Blues top power-play to start the season, but is expected to sit tomorrow with Joel Edmundson set to make his season debut. With Dunn out, Alex Pietrangelo will take his spot on the top power-play unit.
Source: Jim Thomas 10/10/18, 1:06 pm EST
The Blues have recalled Vince Dunn from Chicago (AHL).
Dunn went down to the AHL during the Blues’ bye week but returns to the Blues with one goal and one assist (two points) in two games with Chicago. The 21-year-old has recorded seven points (3G / 4A) in 39 games in St. Louis.
The Blues have assigned Vince Dunn to San Antonio (AHL).
The Blues have the next six days off so they will allow Dunn to get some playing time in San Antonio. Dunn has not played in a 11 days, so this will allow him to get back up to speed during the bye week.
Source: Lou Korac 01/10/18, 5:32 am EST
The Blues have activated Vince Dunn (illness) from IR.
Dunn has missed the last four games with an illness, but will likely play Tuesday vs. the Panthers. Dunn has been pretty quiet on the Blues back-end this season, picking up just seven points (3G / 4A) in 39 games.
The Blues have placed Vince Dunn (illness) on IR.
Dunn was already ruled out for the Blues road trip so they placed him on IR to open up a roster spot to bring Jake Walman up from Chicago (AHL) and on the road trip.
Dunn (illness) will not travel on the Blues upcoming two-game road trip.
Dunn has missed the last two games and will miss at least two more games as he is sidelined with an illness. Monitor his status heading into next Tuesday’s home game vs. the Panthers.
Dunn (illness) will not be in the Blues lineup on Thursday.
Dunn will miss his second straight game with an illness but should be available for the Blues’ back-to-back on Saturday/Sunday.
Source: Jim Thomas 01/4/18, 7:29 am EST
Dunn will draw back into the Blues lineup on Thursday.
Dunn was a healthy scratch for the last two games, but will replace Robert Bortuzzo in the lineup tonight. Dunn has two goals and four assists (six points) in 26 games this season.
Source: Lou Korac 12/7/17, 7:51 am EST