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Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Plus-Minus Goals Scored For or Against Total
Time On Ice
2021 20.56.8 3 9 12 -11 12:09
3y Avg. 227.3 3 7 10 -4 13:12
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Saves season in overtime

    Bozak scored a goal on two shots and added two hits in Wednesday's 5-4 overtime win over the Avalanche in Game 5. Bozak saw just 7:16 of ice time Wednesday, but he was able to make the most of his last shift with the game-winning goal 3:38 into overtime. The 36-year-old has served as the Blues' fourth-line center throughout the playoffs, picking up two goals, nine shots, 18 hits and a minus-1 rating in 11 appearances.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Lights lamp Thursday

    Bozak scored a goal in Thursday's 5-1 win over the Wild in Game 6. Bozak cleaned up a rebound after Alexei Toropchenko rushed the net in the second period. Playing in a bottom-six role has left Bozak with limited opportunities to contribute on offense. His goal was his first point in six playoff outings, and he's added just four shots on net with nine hits and a plus-1 rating.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Draws helper in return

    Bozak (lower body) logged an assist and went plus-3 in Sunday's 6-3 win over the Ducks. Bozak missed 20 games with the injury, but he was able to play 14:53 of ice time in his return. He assisted on Ivan Barbashev's second-period tally. Now that he's healthy, Bozak will be in contention for a fourth-line role heading into the playoffs. The veteran center has 12 points, 45 shots on net and a minus-8 rating through 48 contests this season.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Returning Sunday

    Bozak (lower body) was activated from injured reserve for Sunday's tilt with Anaheim, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Bozak will dress for the first time since March 13 after missing the last 20 games. The 36-year-old center has 11 points while averaging 12:01 of ice time through 47 games. To make space on the roster, Dakota Joshua was sent back to AHL Springfield.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Officially ruled out

    Bozak (lower body) will not play against Boston on Tuesday despite traveling with the team, Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Bozak will be out of action for his 14th consecutive contest due to his long-term lower-body issue. Still, the fact that he is traveling with the team could see him return to action sooner rather than later. Once cleared to play, Bozak will look to break out of his 12-game goal drought dating back to Jan. 24 against the Flames.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Travels with team

    Bozak (lower body) will make the trip to Boston as the decision on his availability remains uncertain, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Bozak has already missed 25 games this season, including the last 13 with a lower body injury. The veteran center has struggled to find offensive consistency, recording only eight goals and 20 assists throughout 78 games over the last two seasons. Undergoing a reduction in minutes in each season since joining St. Louis, the 36-year-old does not appear to provide much else besides veteran experience to a Blues team in search of another run in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Moves to injured reserve

    Bozak (lower body) was placed on injured reserve Thursday. Bozak is expected to miss a minimum of four weeks as of last Tuesday, so he's unlikely to be back before mid-April. The 36-year-old has 11 points in 47 contests this season -- fantasy managers don't need to track his recovery closely.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Facing four-week absence

    Bozak is dealing with a lower-body injury that will keep him out of the lineup for at least four weeks, the team announced Wednesday. Based on his recovery timeline, Bozak should still have time to shake the rust off before the start of the postseason. The veteran center has struggled offensively this year with just 11 points in 47 contests and seems poised to miss the 20-point threshold for the second straight year. With Bozak unavailable, both Oskar Sundqvist and Logan Brown figure to see additional minutes over the next four weeks.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Suffers injury at practice

    Bozak sustained an undisclosed injury at practice Tuesday and will be reevaluated ahead of Thursday's clash with Pittsburgh, Lou Korac of reports. Coach Craig Berube didn't seem to think Bozak's injury was serious, but it's something to monitor ahead of Thursday's tilt. Considering the 35-year-old center is stuck in a 12-game goal drought, during which he's managed just two helpers, a potential absence for Bozak is unlikely to impact the majority of fantasy players.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: On track to return

    Bozak (illness) is expected to play Saturday versus Nashville, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports. Bozak is expected to return to a fourth-line role following his one-game absence. The 35-year-old vet has notched 10 points through 45 contests this campaign.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Surprise scratch Thursday

    Bozak (illness) is not expected to play Thursday versus the Rangers, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports. Bozak took part in Thursday's morning skate but didn't join the Blues for warmups. Jake Walman will enter the lineup Thursday, as the team doesn't have any available forwards to take Bozak's place. His next chance to return to the lineup is Saturday versus the Predators.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Secures helper in victory

    Bozak supplied an assist in Saturday's 6-3 win over the Maple Leafs. Bozak inflicted damage against his former team by delivering a cross-ice pass to Klim Kostin that was deemed worthy of the highlight reel. It's been tough for Bozak to find his name in the box score these days, as he's seen his ice time dip each campaign since moving to St. Louis in 2018-19. This season, Bozak has three goals, seven assists, and a minus-6 rating while averaging 12:25 of ice time in 38 games.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Scores lone goal in loss

    Bozak scored a goal in Monday's 7-1 loss to the Flames. Bozak's tally at 5:10 of the first period opened the scoring, but that was all the Blues could muster against Jacob Markstrom. This was Bozak's second goal in the last three games, but he's only scored three times this season. The veteran center has nine points, 31 shots on net, 10 PIM and a minus-7 rating through 35 appearances in a bottom-six role.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Tallies shortie to open scoring

    Bozak scored a shorthanded goal on two shots in Friday's 5-0 win over the Kraken. Bozak converted on a pass from Brandon Saad near the end of a minor penalty to David Perron early in the first period. The 35-year-old Bozak has served as more of a veteran defensive presence in the bottom six this season. He has two goals, eight points, 30 shots on net and a minus-8 rating in 33 appearances, with two of his points coming while shorthanded. The relative lack of offense and limited role makes him a non-factor in most fantasy formats.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Returning Tuesday

    Bozak (not injury related) will play Tuesday versus the Stars. Bozak missed the last seven games while navigating the NHL's COVID-19 protocols. His return is a welcome sight for a banged-up Blues team. Bozak should play on the third line in Tuesday's contest.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Not playing Sunday

    Bozak (not injury related) will not play Sunday against Anaheim, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports. Bozak has cleared COVID-19 protocols but still isn't ready to get back in the lineup. Sunday will be the seventh straight game he's missed. He could be an option Tuesday against the Stars.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Clears protocols

    Per Lou Korac of, Bozak participated in Saturday's morning skate, indicating he's cleared the NHL's COVID-19 protocols. Bozak won't play Saturday against Montreal, but he could return to the lineup for Sunday's game against Anaheim. The 35-year-old vet has picked up seven points through 21 contests this season.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Lands in virus protocols

    Bozak entered the NHL's COVID-19 protocols Tuesday. Bozak will miss Tuesday's game versus Tampa Bay at a minimum. The veteran pivot, who's picked up seven points through 21 contests this campaign, will need to submit two negative COVID-19 tests before rejoining the Blues.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Garners pair of assists

    Bozak recorded two assists and a plus-2 rating in Thursday's 5-3 win over the Sharks. Bozak started the game on the fourth line, but Brayden Schenn's upper-body injury tested the Blues' center depth. Bozak set up a shorthanded goal by Brandon Saad in the first period and also had a hand in James Neal's game-winner in the second. Through nine outings, Bozak has four assists, 10 shots on net and an even plus-minus rating. The 35-year-old isn't likely to rediscover his scoring form of years past, but he'll remain a steady presence in the bottom six.
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  • Blues' Tyler Bozak: Contributes power-play helper

    Bozak posted a power-play assist in Monday's 7-4 win over the Coyotes. The 35-year-old has done his part to contribute to the Blues' 12 tallies in two games. Bozak has produced a pair of assists this year, including his secondary helper to Justin Faulk on Monday. Bozak certainly won't keep up the early pace, but the Blues' strong forward depth could give him more fantasy value than the typical fourth-liner.
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