Steen scored his 16th goal of the season in Friday night's 5-3 win over the Panthers. This was Steen's third goal in the past 18 games, well off his usual scoring pace. Steen, along with the rest of the big guns on the team, has been relatively silent during a six-game scoring slump, but they all broke out Friday. Steen, David Backes, Jaden Schwartz and Vladimir Tarasenko all contributed goals in the win over the Panthers.
Steen opened the scoring with his 15th goal of the season and had five shots on goal in Friday's shootout loss to the Avalanche. While it was a strong showing from Steen in regulation, the 31-year-old couldn't beat Semyon Varlamov once again in the shootout. Steen has scored twice in his last three games and is up to 42 points in 51 games. The Blues have won four straight games and Steen continues to play a big role, logging heavy minutes at even strength and special teams, so keep him rolling.
Steen scored a goal and contributed an assist in Monday's 5-2 win over Pittsburgh. The goal actually snaps quite a length skid for Steen, who hadn't scored since Dec. 29 against Nashville -- a span of nine games. The 31-year-old has performed up to his usual standard through 49 games this season, finding twine 14 times and recording 27 assists while firing 131 shots on goal.
Steen (undisclosed) will play Saturday against Montreal, David Amber of Sportsnet reports. Steen had been effectively ruled out earlier Saturday, but he managed to come out on the ice with his teammates for warmups and will give it a go against the Canadiens.
Steen (undisclosed) will not play Saturday against the visiting Canadiens, Andy Strickland of Fox Sports Midwest reports. It's still unclear how Steen sustained the ailment but now he'll try to get healthy for Monday's home game against the Penguins.
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