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Apr 26, 2022 0 0 -2 2 -2
Apr 24, 2022 1 0 0 1 5.5
Apr 23, 2022 0 0 0 1
Apr 21, 2022 0 0 2 2 2
Apr 19, 2022 0 0 -1 0 -1

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2021 69.523.2 3 11 14 17 18:08
2020 5317.7 3 6 9 14 19:56
2019 6616.5 4 9 13 14 17:34
3y Avg. 51.7512.9 4 7 12 5 18:15
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Back at it

    Scandella (lower body) will return to the lineup for Wednesday's must-win Game 5 against the Avalanche, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports. Scandella will get into the lineup for the first time since Game 4 of St. Louis' first-round series versus the Wild. The 32-year-old blueliner is expected to slot into a second-pairing role Wednesday.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Remains unavailable

    Scandella (lower body) will once again be on the shelf for Monday's Game 4 clash with Colorado. Scandella will be unavailable for his sixth consecutive contest due to his lingering lower-body issue. With Torey Krug (lower body) still hurt, the team will continue giving big minutes to Justin Faulk, Colton Parayko and Nick Leddy.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Out again Saturday

    Scandella (lower body) is not in the lineup in Saturday's Game 3 versus the Avalanche, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports. Scandella has been practicing lately, but he remains out of action as he works to get back to fitness. The 32-year-old's absence means Scott Perunovich will likely continue to serve as the seventh defensemen in the lineup.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Not ready to return

    Scandella (lower body) is skating with the team but won't be in the lineup versus Colorado on Thursday after coach Craig Berube told reporters, "He's out there skating with us. He's going to have to make a decision at some point when he thinks he's ready to play and he'll play," Lou Korac of NHL.com reports. Based on the comments, the final decision will be made by Scandella, at which point he figures to be reinserted into the lineup. In the meantime, the Blues will continue to roll seven defensemen including Niko Mikkola and Scott Perunovich.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Remains out to start Round 2

    Scandella (lower body) is not expected to play Tuesday versus the Avalanche, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports. Scandella missed four out of the six games in the Blues' first-round series versus the Wild due to two separate injuries. The Blues have opted to go with seven defensemen to cover his absence recently, allowing both Calle Rosen and Scott Perunovich to play. There's no concrete timeline on when Scandella will be cleared to play.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Not ready to return

    Scandella (lower body) will not be available to rejoin the lineup against Minnesota on Thursday. Scandella's lingering absence due to his lower-body issue is unlikely to impact the majority of fantasy players considering he has managed just two points in his last 18 contests, along with 14 shots, 34 hits and 14 blocks. Despite Scandella being unavailable, the Blues have been deploying seven defensemen and will likely do so even once Scandella is cleared to play.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Unavailable Tuesday

    Scandella (lower body) has been ruled out for Tuesday's matchup with Minnesota, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports. Scandella was hurt in Game 4 on Sunday after logging just 1:34 of ice time. Considering the veteran has just one point in his last eight contests, his absence is unlikely to directly impact fantasy players. However, with question marks around Nick Leddy (upper body) and Robert Bortuzzo (upper body), the Blues are getting increasingly thin on the blue line.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Exits Sunday's contest

    Scandella (lower body) will not return to Sunday's game against Minnesota. Scandella registered a minus-1 rating in 1:34 of ice time before leaving during the first period Sunday. He missed the first two games of the series with an undisclosed injury and it's unclear if this exit is related. An update on his status should be available before Game 5 on Tuesday.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Good to go Friday

    Scandella (undisclosed) is in Friday's lineup for Game 3 against the Wild, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports. Scandella will suit up for the first time this postseason after missing the Blues' previous three contests. The 32-year-old tallied 14 points with a plus-17 rating through 70 games during the regular season. He'll skate in a top-four role Friday.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Sidelined with undisclosed issue

    Scandella (undisclosed) remains without a timeline for his return due to an undisclosed injury, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports. Scandella practiced in a limited fashion Wednesday, but he nonetheless remains without a concrete timetable for his return. Another update on the veteran blueliner should surface once he's cleared to rejoin the lineup.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Out of Monday's lineup

    Scandella won't play Monday against the Wild, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports. Scandella has been battling a lower-body injury, but he's reportedly feeling good enough to play physically. Whether the team wants to give him another couple days to reach full health or simply doesn't view Scandella as one of the top six options on defense, the 32-year-old blueliner will open the postseason in the press box while Niko Mikkola suits up on the third pairing at his expense.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Available Monday

    Scandella (lower body) will be available for Game 1 against the Wild on Monday, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports. Scandella missed Friday's regular-season finale against Vegas but the injury clearly wasn't too serious. The veteran blueliner tallied 14 points and a plus-17 rating through 70 games this season.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Won't play season finale Friday

    Scandella (lower body) will not play Friday against Vegas, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports. Scandella will likely be fine for the start of the playoffs next week, though a firm timetable for return has yet to be established. The 32-year-old finishes his campaign with 14 points in 70 games. He also posted a plus-17 rating and 106 hits -- both of which are career highs.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Exits after collision

    Scandella (lower body) won't return to Tuesday's game versus the Avalanche. Scandella appeared to get hurt in a knee-on-knee collision with Nico Sturm in the third period, and the former won't finish the contest. The Blues dressed seven defensemen for this contest, so they'll be able to have a steady rotation on the back end. Another update on Scandella should surface before Friday's game versus the Golden Knights.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Scores rare goal

    Scandella scored a goal and added two PIM in Sunday's 6-3 win over the Ducks. Scandella added an insurance tally in the third period. It's his second goal in 16 games and his third of the season, but the 32-year-old remains a rare contributor on offense. The defenseman has 14 points, a plus-19 rating, 104 hits, 70 blocked shots and 74 shots on net through 69 appearances.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Good to go Tuesday

    Scandella (illness) will play Tuesday versus the Bruins, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports. Scandella was initially questionable to make the trip to Boston, but he joined the team and appears to be good to go. The 32-year-old will play alongside Colton Parayko, though he may see less minutes with the return of Torey Krug (upper body).
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Makes trip with team

    Scandella (illness) will travel with the Blues ahead of the team's two-game road trip starting Tuesday despite previous uncertainty, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports. The 32-year-old defenseman has been a staple component to the Blues' defensive unit for the majority of the season. Despite a decrease from last season in time on ice (17:55), Scandella has already racked up a career best in hits (93). Paired with 65 blocked shots and another personal record in plus-minus (16), the veteran defender has helped lead his team to 42 wins this year. As Scandella battles an illness, consistent defensive production can still be expected due to multi-hit performances in five of his last seven outings.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Draws assist in return

    Scandella (lower body) posted an assist and went plus-3 in Thursday's 6-2 win over the Rangers. Scandella missed 11 games with the injury, but he was able to make an instant impact on offense. He set up David Perron's second-period tally. The 32-year-old Scandella won't regularly add much offense -- he's at 11 points in 46 appearances this season. He's added 53 shots on net, 51 blocked shots, 61 hits and a plus-6 rating. It's likely he'll play mostly in a bottom-four role.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Cleared to play

    Scandella (lower body) has been given the all-clear to rejoin the lineup ahead of Thursday's matchup with the Rangers, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports. Scandella missed the Blues' last 11 contests due to his lower-body issue. Even with the 32-year-old defenseman back in contention, he is far from a lock on a nightly basis and could spend plenty of time watching from the press box as a healthy scratch. When he does play, Scandella is unlikely to offer much in the way of fantasy value due to his limited offensive upside.
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  • Blues' Marco Scandella: Shifts to IR

    Scandella (lower body) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, per CapFriendly. Scandella has already been out for a couple of weeks, so he'll be eligible to return whenever ready. It's unlikely his return will be Sunday versus the Blackhawks. Consider Scandella out indefinitely until he returns to practice.
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