Evgeny Grachev

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

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  • Blues Recall Grachev

    News: Evgeny Grachev was recalled Saturday from AHL Peoria.
    Analysis: Evgeny Grachev scored 26 points, including 11 goals, 76 games for Peoria this season. He played 26 games with the Blues last season, but this is his first stint in St. Louis this year.
  • Blues Recall Grachev

    News: Evgeny Grachev was recalled Friday, the Blues' official Twitter page reports.
    Analysis: Evgeny Grachev, just 22 years old, played in 26 games for the Blues this season. He posted four points (1G, 3A) in those contests. It's uncertain if he'll dress for Saturday's Game 5 against the Sharks.
  • Grachev Sent Down By Blues

    News: The Blues have assigned Evgeny Grachev to AHL Peoria, the team's official site reports.
    Analysis: In 26 games for the Blues this season, Evgeny Grachev's fantasy impact has been minimal, as he has posted just four points and two PIMs in that span.
  • Blues' Grachev On Second Line

    News: Evgeny Grachev, who was recalled from AHL Peoria in time for Thursday night's game, played 11:50 in St. Louis' shootout win over New Jersey. He had minimal impact with one shot and one hit in the game.
    Analysis: Evgeny Grachev opened the game on the second line, essentially taking the role of Matt D'Agostini, who was out with concussion symptoms. "What we wanted [Grachev] to do down in Peoria he did. We wanted him to be more assertive offensively rather than be a guy that deferred to other people. We wanted him to kind of put the puck in his hip pocket and really drive to the net and he did that," Blues head coach Ken Hitchcock told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. We suspect Grachev will stick with the Blues as long as it takes D'Agostini to get himself back into shape.
  • Blues Recall Grachev

    News: The Blues have recalled Evgeny Grachev from AHL Peoria, the team's official site reports.
    Analysis: Evgeny Grachev's fantasy impact has been minimal to date, as the big forward has recorded just four points in 24 games for the Blues this season. For now he's back to giving the Blues some added depth and size up front.
  • Blues' Grachev Assigned To AHL Peoria

    News: Evgeny Grachev has been assigned to AHL Peoria, NHL.com reports.
    Analysis: Evgeny Grachev was sent down in order to make room for Cade Fairchild, who was recalled by the Blues.
  • Grachev Contributes To Blues' Win

    News: Evgeny Grachev scored a goal and had three shots on net in St. Louis' 5-3 win over Dallas on Monday.
    Analysis: Evgeny Grachev was moved up to the second line with T.J. Oshie out for two games with a left wrist injury, and made the move pay off with his second point in as many games.
  • Blues Move Grachev To Second Line

    News: Evgeny Grachev will skate on the second line Monday night, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
    Analysis: Evgeny Grachev had himself a pretty good game Friday night before the holiday and gets a promotion due to a wrist injury to T.J. Oshie, who will miss the next two games at least.
  • Blues Activate Grachev

    News: Evgeny Grachev was activated for Friday night's game against Phoenix, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
    Analysis: It was just the second time in the last 14 games Evgeny Grachev has been active. He skated on a reconstituted third line with Matt D'Agostini at center and Jamie Langenbrunner at right wing. He showed nice determination in the second period when he assisted on D'Agostini's goal. After losing the puck in the offensive zone, Grachev back-checked and reclaimed the puck, leading to the rush that resulted in the marker.
  • Blues Recall Grachev

    News: The Blues have recalled Evgeny Grachev from AHL Peoria, the club's official site reports.
    Analysis: Evgeny Grachev was merely sent down to get minutes in a back-to-back-to-back stretch for the AHL club. He'll return to his fourth-line, limited-minutes role, in which he's managed just two assists in 17 NHL games.
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