Yan Stastny

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

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  • Canucks pick up Y. Stastny

    News: The Blues have traded C Yan Stastny to the Canucks in return for C Pierre-Cedric Labrie.
    Analysis: Stastny has 16 points in 91 NHL games since being drafted in the eighth round back in 2002. He is pretty much just a low-end NHL forward and will continue to have minimal Fantasy value, if any. Labrie is also not worth worrying about.
  • Blues recall Stastny from AHL

    News: The Blues have recalled C Yan Stastny from the AHL.
    Analysis: Stastny is really nothing more than organizational depth for St. Louis and can continue to be ignored in all Fantasy formats.
  • Y. Stastny placed on waivers

    News: The Blues placed F Yan Stastny on waivers Tuesday, one day after recalling him from Peoria (AHL).
    Analysis: The Blues which Stastny was like younger brother Paul, but he doesn't have the same talent. He is just roster depth at this point in his career and can be let go in Fantasy.
  • Y. Stastny down for conditioning

    News: The Blues have sent C Yan Stastny to the AHL on a conditioning assignment. Stastny has been out since mid-January with a broken thumb.
    Analysis: Stastny was playing a bit better before he went down with the injury, but he is still not his brother Paul and has limited Fantasy appeal when healthy.
  • Y. Stastny hopes to play in 1-2 weeks

    News: The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports Blues forward Yan Stastny (thumb) has skated for a few days and said he could be ready in 1-2 weeks. He has not played since mid-January.
    Analysis: Stastny was playing a bit better before he went down with the injury, but he is still not his brother Paul and has limited Fantasy appeal when healthy.
  • Y. Stastny has broken thumb

    News: The Sports Xchange reports that Blues C Yan Stastny (thumb) suffered a broken bone when he was hit by a shot from teammate Roman Polak on Sunday in Edmonton. He will miss 4-to-6 weeks.
    Analysis: First it was his brother, Paul, now Yan is out for an extended period of time. Luckily he isn't much of a Fantasy commodity, so continue to ignore him.
  • Stastny on modest three-game streak

    News: Yan Stastny scored the only goal for St. Louis during a 2-1 loss to the Oilers Sunday. St. Louis opened the scoring three minutes into the second period. Jay McClement swung out from behind the net and chipped a shot over Dwayne Roloson's pad to Stastny, who had an easy tap-in. Stastny has the goal and two assists during a three-game point streak.
    Analysis: With brother Paul out of the lineup in Colorado with a forearm injury, Yan seems to have picked up the slack lately for the Stastny clan. But let's not get any ideas. He is still a journeyman forward and is just getting lucky as of late. Stastny has limited Fantasy appeal.
  • Y. Stastny assists again Friday

    News: Blues C Yan Stastny assisted for the second time in as many games Friday as St. Louis defeated the Canucks 6-4.
    Analysis: Stastny has just six points this season and remains a non-factor in Fantasy play.
  • Y. Stastny ties brother in goals

    News: The Sports Xchange reports with his first goal this season Thursday against the Stars, Yan Stastny has the same number of goals as his brother, Paul, who also scored Thursday for the Avalanche.
    Analysis: Paul Stastny is the scorer in the family with 53 goals in 152 games. Yan now has three goals in 55 career games. "I don't know if that's going to last very long," Yan Stastny said before finding out that his brother scored. "I'm going to give him a call and let him know." Stastny is nowhere near the playing level of his brother Paul and is nothing more than a lower-line forward for St. Louis. It's still safe to ignore him in Fantasy.
  • Stastny gets on the ice Monday

    News: Blues C Yan Stastny (hip) returned to the lineup Monday against the Maple Leafs after missing the first two games. He didn't record a point in 8:13 of ice time and finished at even.
    Analysis: Stastny is nowhere near the playing level of his brother Paul and is nothing more than a lower-line forward for St. Louis. It's still safe to ignore him in Fantasy.
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