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20 Alexander Steen LW

St. Louis Blues

Fantasy Stats
Own%Start%
84%55%
Key Stats
GAPTS+/-PIMTOI
122739-94119:02
Latest News
  • Blues' Alexander Steen: Posts two points against Canucks

    by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
    (2/16/17) Steen scored the game-winning goal and added an assist -- both on the power play -- during Thursday's win over Vancouver.

    While the multi-point night snapped a three-game point drought, Steen still has an impressive nine goals and 21 points through his past 21 games. Additionally, he has been playing consistently with Vladimir Taranseko in all situations of late, which is a huge fantasy boon. Considering he's well past his prime at 32, Steen's likely currently overachieving offensively. However, even with some negative regression, he's still a solid asset.

    Blues' Alexander Steen: Hot stretch continues Thursday

    by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
    (2/3/17) Steen had the game-tying goal and then assisted on Paul Stastny's game winner in Thursday's 5-1 win over the Maple Leafs.

    The Blues were a motivated team Thursday, playing for the first time since Mike Yeo was promoted from assistant coach to replace the fired Ken Hitchcock. Including Steen, four players registered multiple points. For Steen, the goal was his sixth marker in nine games and the two points give him 16 over the last 14 games. The 32-year-old forward is working well on the top line with Stastny (14 points in last 13 games), so we don't expect Yeo break up this combo anytime soon.

    Blues' Alexander Steen: Bright spot in blowout loss

    by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
    (1/20/17) Steen scored two goals, added an assist and went plus-2 in Thursday's 7-3 loss to the Capitals.

    Both goals came in the third period with the game well out of reach, so they didn't provide a ton of values to the team, but they did perpetuate Steen's hot streak. The Canadian winger has five goals and a dozen points over the course of his last nine games, representing quite a departure from his first 31 contests (three goals, 18 points and a minus-12 rating as well as six games missed to injury). When healthy, Steen has long been among the league's most reliable scorers, so if he can stay on the ice, he should produce well down the stretch. However, he'll need to shoot more if he wants to do that, as the veteran winger stunningly has just 56 shots on goal through 40 games.

    Blues' Alexander Steen: First power-play goal of 2016-17

    by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
    (1/18/17) Steen scored his first power-play goal of the year and added an assist Tuesday against Ottawa, but he also went minus-2.

    Steen has five straight years of putting the "plus" in plus-minus, but he's now sitting on a minus-12 this year and his point-gathering rate is down as well. Indeed, the season numbers say that the veteran winger's in the midst of his worst campaign in years, but January has actually been a totally different story -- he has three goals and six assists in eight contests since the calendar turned to 2017. That said, Steen's only taken nine shots in that span (stunningly, he's blocked 13 in that same time), and it'll be hard for him to maintain this uptick if he doesn't start putting more pucks on net.

    Blues' Alexander Steen: Heating up

    by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
    (1/8/17) Steen had two power-play assists in Saturday's 4-3 win over the Stars.

    The 32-year-old forward now has points in three straight games, including two multi-point efforts. Steen's offensive production has dropped off this season, mirroring his team's struggles to score and play consistently from game to game, and his minus-10 rating is scary. We're left to wonder if the player that averaged .85 points per game and was a combined plus-28 over the past three seasons will ever return.

  • April 12, 2015: Tarasenko, Steen return, Blues top Wild 4-2
    ST. LOUIS (AP) Vladimir Tarasenko and Alexander Steen looked as if they're ready for the playoffs.
    April 9, 2015: Jaskin, Allen lead Blues past Blackhawks 2-1
    ST. LOUIS (AP) Paul Stastny scored the game-winner, Dmitrij Jaskin broke a 16-game scoreless string, and Jake Allen made 21 saves to lead the St. Louis Blues to a 2-1 win over the Chicago Blackhawks in a Central Division showdown on Thursday night.
    April 9, 2015: Jaskin, Allen lead Blues past Blackhawks 2-1
    ST. LOUIS (AP) Paul Stastny scored the game-winner, Dmitrij Jaskin broke a 16-game scoreless string, and Jake Allen made 21 saves to lead the St. Louis Blues to a 2-1 win over the Chicago Blackhawks in a Central Division showdown on Thursday night.
    April 9, 2015: Blues' Steen Skates Thursday Morning
    Steen (lower body) got in a skate Thursday morning, NHL.com's Lou Korac reports.Steen has reportedly skated separately from the team on a couple previous occasions, but Thursday marked the first time he had worked out in front of the media. It's still not apparent when Steen may resume practicing in full with the team, so don't count on him to suit up in the Blues' season finale Saturday against the Wild.
    April 8, 2015: Blues' Steen To Miss Another Game
    Steen (lower body) will miss Thursday's game against the Blackhawks, NHL.com's Lou Korac reports.Steen was absent for Wednesday's optional practice, which made it easy for coach Ken Hitchcock to quickly rule out the forward for a sixth straight contest. His chances of playing in the Blues' season finale Saturday against the Wild appear slim at this point, so the team could be turning its sights to having him available for the start of the playoffs.
 
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CAREER STATS
SEASONTeamGPGAPTS+/-PPSHGWGTFWFL
2005-06Toronto75182745-99130722
2006-07Toronto82152035540501529
2007-08Toronto761527420212059120
2008-09St. Louis8182028-103100107129
2009-10St. Louis68242347672403043
2010-11St. Louis72203151-312504165
2011-12St. Louis431513282430305342
2012-13St. Louis40819275303094110
2013-14St. Louis68332962177190265276
2014-15St. Louis7424406488050218215
2015-16St. Louis6717355232120159198
2016-17St. Louis55122739-920104892
8012093115203751942010961341
MORE CAREER STATS
SEASONTeamSS%TOISHIFTSPPTOISHTOIPIMMJRMSCMNR
2005-06Toronto17610.21321:461702237:47215:26420021
2006-07Toronto1927.81286:561890123:14162:14260013
2007-08Toronto1698.91375:271835131:40225:36320016
2008-09St. Louis1485.41323:131958127:41172:52300015
2009-10St. Louis18912.71106:471523185:2475:25300014
2010-11St. Louis2189.21407:421774225:0768:44260013
2011-12St. Louis13411.2822:271221107:4373:11280014
2012-13St. Louis1296.2759:411134102:2664:5714007
2013-14St. Louis21115.61379:081869226:18128:55460023
2014-15St. Louis22310.81478:342077244:07129:33331014
2015-16St. Louis1729.91364:521950198:03119:55480024
2016-17St. Louis8015.01067:491514158:16111:23411113
204110.214694:22204472067:461548:1139621187
POSTSEASON STATS
SEASONTeamGPGAPTS+/-PPSHGWGTFWFL
2008-09St. Louis4011-3000066
2011-12St. Louis9123-21010711
2012-13St. Louis63032111053
2013-14St. Louis6123-200101428
2014-15St. Louis6134-301001418
2015-16St. Louis204610-210102969
51101424-10324075135
MORE POSTSEASON STATS
SEASONTeamSS%TOISHIFTSPPTOISHTOIPIMMJRMSCMNR
2008-09St. Louis190.071:0710913:307:110000
2011-12St. Louis214.8188:0328030:4520:236003
2012-13St. Louis1717.6125:3718816:197:226003
2013-14St. Louis263.8152:2622834:419:406003
2014-15St. Louis156.7117:2817812:457:342001
2015-16St. Louis3910.3426:5064648:1830:5130025
1377.31081:311629156:1883:01500215
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Player Info

Height/Weight:
6-0/211
Birthdate:
3/1/1984
Age:
32
Hometown:
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Team:
St. Louis Blues
School:

NHL Experience:
0