Schwartz (lower body) will return to the lineup for Wednesday's matchup with Montreal. Schwartz will return to his usual role Wednesday, skating with Brayden Schenn and David Perron on the Blues' second line while also seeing time on the man advantage as a member of the second power-play unit. The 26-year-old winger has notched two assists in three appearances this campaign.
Schwartz (lower body) was not on the ice for pregame warmups against Anaheim, Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Schwartz will miss his second game in a row following the leg/foot injury likely sustained against the Flames on Thursday. The good news is the team doesn't believe this to be a long-term concern, so a return to the ice appears likely in the near future.
Schwartz (lower body) will not play Saturday versus the Blackhawks, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. This information was relayed from Blues coach Mike Yeo. It appears that the team is taking a cautious approach with Schwartz, as the supposed leg/foot injury is not deemed serious. The power-play winger in his eighth year will be reevaluated ahead of Sunday's home game against the Ducks.
Schwartz is dealing with an injury to his leg/foot, but it isn't a long-term concern, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports. Still, Blues coach Mike Yeo said the winger is "questionable to doubtful" for Saturday's road game versus the Blackhawks. It appears as though Schwartz has dodged a serious injury. However, the team could be cautious with the skater who led the Notes with an immaculate 0.95 points-per-game average over 62 games last season. Of course, the biggest knock on Schwartz is his suspect injury history. He prematurely returned from the 2018 World Championship in May due to an upper-body issue, and this is a guy who has had significant ankle problems in the past. Be sure to have a contingency plan in case the 26-year-old needs more time to recover than expected.
Schwartz (lower body) is considered "questionable to doubtful" for Saturday's matchup with the Blackhawks, Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. The severity of the 26-year-old winger's injury remains a mystery, but if he's unable to go against Chicago, Chris Thorburn will likely take his spot in the lineup. The Blues haven't officially ruled Schwartz out yet, but fantasy owners would be wise to have a backup plan in place.
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