Patrik Berglund

#21 C / St. Louis Blues / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 217 lb Age: 27 College: None

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Blues' Patrik Berglund: Part of comeback win

    Berglund had four shots on net and scored a goal in the third period of Sunday's 3-2 win over Chicago. The Blues were down early in the third when Berglund entered the zone sent a puck that ricocheted off the Blackhawks' Michal Rozsival, bounced off the ice, and eluded Corey Crawford for the game-tying goal. This was Berglund's first point of the series and 14th in 32 career playoff games.

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    Blues' Patrik Berglund: Another game winner

    Berglund scored the game-winning goal in Friday night's 5-2 win over the Ducks. Berglund, who also had the game-winner against Minnesota on Sunday, has shown a knack for decisive scores -- five of his seven goals this season have been game-winners. He's largely been inconsistent over the years, but has been a better finisher in 2015-16, scoring on 13 percent of his shots, tying him for second among the team's regulars.

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    Blues' Patrik Berglund: Pots game winner against Wild

    Berglund's second-period goal held up as the game winner Sunday against Minnesota. It was the first tally in six games for Berglund, who has been skating on the third line with David Backes. The 27-year-old has 11 points in 27 games on the season, but has been too inconsistent to be trusted in anything but the deepest of leagues -- even when you take into consideration the surging Blues have won eight of their last 11 games.

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    Blues' Patrik Berglund: Fills in for Lehtera

    Berglund took over the center spot for Jori Lehtera (upper body) in Saturday's 5-0 loss to Nashville. He had two shots on goal and won four of 14 faceoffs in 15:40 TOI. Berglund got the potentially productive assignment between Jaden Schwartz and Vladimir Tarasenko, but the Blues offered little resistance to the Predators. The good news for Berglund and the rest of his teammates is the game can be put behind them quickly as St. Louis plays the second of a back-to-back set Sunday at Carolina. If Lehtera is available, Berglund will likely head back to the David Backes line.

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    Blues' Patrik Berglund: Notches game-winning goal

    Berglund's third period goal turned out to be the game-winner in Saturday night's win over Arizona. Berglund, whose last two goals have been game-winners, now has five goals in 33 shots (15.2 percent) this season. If he stays on the top line with Alex Steen and David Backes, Berglund could be a good source of points, but the 6-foot-3 Swede has largely been a disappointment in seven-plus NHL seasons.

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    Blues' Patrik Berglund: Late game winner buries Lightning

    Berglund scored the game-winning goal Sunday against Tampa Bay. While Berglund's late-third period goal was initially waved off, it ended up counting, helping the Blues edge the Bolts in a game in which they were severely outplayed. Berglund now has points in back-to-back games and is up to four goals and four assists in 18 games on the season. He's currently playing on the first line and has fired seven shots on goal over his past two games, but the 27-year-old has been too inconsistent to be trusted in anything but the deepest of leagues right now.

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    Blues' Patrik Berglund: Six points in last six games

    Berglund delivered two assists in an overtime win Saturday over Montreal. He has six points (three goals, three assists) in his last six games. It took him a couple games to get back up to speed, but now Berglund is starting shine. His presence seems to have created a positive influence on a lot of fellow Blues, as his presence adds a big, strong scorer to the team's top-nine. Check the wire. Berglund really could give you some immediate help.

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    Blues' Patrik Berglund: Boosts offense with two power-play strikes

    Berglund scored a pair of power-play goals -- the second of which held up as the game-winner -- in Tuesday's 5-2 win over New Jersey. After missing the beginning of the season with a shoulder injury, Berglund's looked surprisingly fit since returning, putting up four points in six games thus far. After taking it easy on him in his first game back, the Blues have pretty much thrown Berglund right into the fire, as he's averaging more than 16 minutes of ice time already. He's seeing top-unit power-play time, too, so if Berglund's sitting around on your waiver wire, it's time to make a move.

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    Blues' Patrik Berglund: Activated from IR, back Saturday

    Berglund (shoulder) has been activated from injured reserve and will play Saturday night against the Maple Leafs, Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Distpatch reports. This will be the season debut for Berglund, who's had trouble with his right shoulder since 2013-14, and required surgery this past August. Berglund is a dual threat in the sense that he can score and set up goals at a decent rate, posting 118 goals and 129 assists in 513 career games, all with the Blues. Berglund's absence gave St. Louis the ability to unleash rookie Robby Fabbri, and it's unclear at this point how the lines will be shuffled now that Berglund is back in the fold, but we suspect he'll be in the group of top-six forwards.

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    Blues' Patrik Berglund: Expected to make season debut Saturday

    Berglund (shoulder) is likely to return Saturday, opposing the Maple Leafs on the road, Andrew Allsman of KMOV.com reports. The Blues have sent winger Jordan Caron to the minors, which paves the way for Berglund to draw into the lineup and make his season debut. Of course, he must officially be activated from injured reserve before that can transpire.