Brett Sterling

LW / St. Louis Blues / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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  • Blues Assign Sterling To AHL Peoria

    News: The Blues assigned Brett Sterling to AHL Peoria on Saturday, according to the team's official website.
    Analysis: Brett Sterling, who appeared in four games with the Blues, was sent to Peoria to open up a roster spot for David Perron. He'll garner consideration next time the Blues need to add an extra forward to the roster.
  • Blues' Sterling Makes Season Debut

    News: Brett Sterling made his season debut for the Blues on Wednesday night, playing 9:55 in St. Louis' 3-2 overtime win over Pittsburgh.
    Analysis: The former Penguin skated on the fourth line and had two shots on goal in the win. The Blues have a stable of guys they shuffle in and out of the line for fourth-line duty, and Brett Sterling joins that group for now.
  • Blues Call Up AHL Leader Sterling

    News: Brett Sterling, who was called up by the Blues over the weekend, is tied for the AHL scoring lead with 12 goals and tied for second with 22 points, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. The Blues made the callup after they learned T.J. Oshie was suffering from a wrist injury that may keep him out of Tuesday's home game against Los Angeles.
    Analysis: If Oshie can't go Tuesday, Brett Sterling will be active, mostly likely in a fourth-line role. Sterling has been a very productive scorer at the AHL level, but the 27-year-old has just 26 games of NHL experience.
  • Blues Call Up Sterling

    News: Brett Sterling has been called up by the Blues, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
    Analysis: He may be up temporarily with T.J. Oshie slowed by a wrist injury. Don't expect Brett Sterling to see top-six minutes with the big club, however.
  • Blues Sign Sterling

    News: The Blues have signed Sterling to a one-year, two-way deal, the Peoria Journal-Star reports.
    Analysis: Sterling will presumably have a chance to make the Blues in training camp, but if he doesn't make the team out the gate, he can give AHL Peoria some scoring punch and the big club some depth up front.
  • Pens' Sterling Sent Back To Wilke-Barre

    News: The Penguins re-assigned Sterling to AHL Wilkes-Barre on Saturday.
    Analysis: Sterling had three goals and five points in seven games. The Pens need help scoring right now and it's a bit surprising Sterling got demoted.
  • Sterling Extends Point Streak Thursday

    News: Sterling extended his point streak to four games Thursday with an assist against the Avalanche.
    Analysis: He's making the most of his opportunity with injuries to no fewer than seven Pittsburgh forwards. Unless the likes of Chris Kunitz and Dustin Jeffrey come back Sunday, Sterling should see top-six time against the Blackhawks.
  • Sterling Scores For Pens Thursday

    News: Sterling scored his first NHL goal in two seasons Thursday night against the Kings.
    Analysis: Sterling skated only 16 shifts and totaled 12:46 TOI, but came up big for Pittsburgh. He'll be counted on to produce further offensive opportunities while the team works its way through injuries and and a suspension. Coach Dan Bylsma said that the line of Sterling, Dustin Jeffrey and Nick Johnson was the team's best before Jeffrey left the game with an injury.
  • Pens Recall Sterling From Wilkes-Barre

    News: The Penguins called up Sterling from Wilkes-Barre on Thursday.
    Analysis: He's got 18 goals and 39 points in 46 games with the Baby Pens. Sterling's scored two goals in 19 career NHL games, but 30 or more in three of his four full AHL campaigns.It's unlikely he sticks with Pittsburgh when the team's health improves unless he gets off to a hot start.
  • Sterling Assigned to Baby Pens

    News: The Penguins assigned Sterling to the AHL on Wednesday, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
    Analysis: Sterling could be claimed on waivers by another team. If he passes waivers, then he'll likely start the season with the Baby Pens. At some point, he could resurface with Pittsburgh should injuries strike. For now, however, the air in his fantasy balloon has run out.