Recent Games

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Goals
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Assists
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Plus-Minus Goals Scored For or Against Total
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Shots On Goal
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Dec 3, 2022 0 0 -2 4 -1.5
Dec 1, 2022 1 0 -1 5 6
Nov 28, 2022 0 0 -2 0 -2
Nov 26, 2022 0 2 -1 2 6.25
Nov 25, 2022 0 0 -3 1 -3

Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
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Goals
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Assists
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Points
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Plus-Minus Goals Scored For or Against Total
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Time On Ice
2022 34.256.9 5 6 11 -20 19:09
2021 188.520.9 9 34 43 23 20:33
2020 119.2559.6 2 30 32 11 22:31
3y Avg. 162.7523.3 7 35 41 10 20:59
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Roster
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Fantasy News

  • Blues' Torey Krug: Good to go

    Krug (upper body) will be back in the lineup Wednesday versus Buffalo following a one-game absence, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Krug, who was a late scratch Monday against Anaheim, has four goals, four assists, 31 shots on net, 21 blocks and 11 hits in 17 games this season. He will replace Tyler Tucker, who was assigned to AHL Springfield on Wednesday, on the back end.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Availability to be determined

    Krug (upper body) is expected to skate in the morning before the Blues determine his availability for Wednesday's game against Buffalo, Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Krug did not take part in Tuesday's practice after he was a late scratch for Monday's contest versus Anaheim. He has accounted for four goals, four assists, 31 shots on net, 21 blocks and 11 hits in 17 games this year.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Exits warmups

    Krug (upper body) left during pre-game warmups and is not expected to play Monday against Anaheim, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports. Just as Colton Parayko is set to return from a three-game absence, it appears the Blues will be down another top blueliner for at least one game. Krug has four goals and eight points while averaging 19:39 of ice time through 17 games on the year. An update on his status should be available before Wednesday's game in Buffalo.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Nets power-play goal Thursday

    Krug scored a power-play goal in St. Louis' 5-4 shootout win against Washington on Thursday. Krug has three goals and seven points in 16 contests this season. He also has a minus-12 rating, which would be a career low if this was the end of the campaign. A lot of the players on the Blues have negative ratings though, thanks in no small part to the team's seven-game losing streak from Oct. 26-Nov. 8. He's maintained a neutral rating over his last five contests and if the Blues continue to rebound, then his rating should improve.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Nets goal vs. Blues

    Krug scored a goal in a 5-3 victory over San Jose on Thursday. Krug has two goals and six points in 12 games this season. He's been on a bit of a roll with four points in his last six contests. Krug recorded at least 40 points in six of his last seven campaigns, and he's capable of reaching that milestone again in 2022-23.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Earns secondary helper

    Krug was credited with an assist during Monday's 3-1 loss to the Bruins. Krug, who spent parts of nine seasons with the Bruins, helped secure Brayden Schenn's second-period, game-tying tally by passing to Jordan Kyrou, who then executed a successful give-and-go. The 31-year-old defenseman has recorded three points during his past four games, but like most of the Blues' roster, he is struggling on defense. Krug, who was a plus-23 in 64 outings last season, has posted a minus-11 rating over 10 appearances.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Set to play Thursday

    Krug (upper body) is good to play in Thursday's game against the Islanders, per Lou Korac of NHL.com. Krug left Monday's 5-1 loss to Los Angeles during the third period, but he didn't end up missing a full game because of the upper-body injury. He's projected to serve on the second pairing with Justin Faulk on Thursday. Krug has a goal, three points, two hits and 10 blocks in eight games this season while averaging 19:49 of ice time.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Dealing with upper-body issue

    Krug (upper body) left during the third period of Monday's loss to Los Angeles, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Krug logged a season-low 16:19 of ice time before exiting Monday's contest. He'll have a few days to rest before Thursday's game against the Islanders but more information on his status should be available before then. Krug has three points with a minus-10 rating through eight games this season.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Nets winner on power play

    Krug notched the game-winning goal Saturday in a 2-0 victory over the Oilers. He stepped into a pass from Vladimir Tarasenko and one-timed it from the point for a power-play snipe early in the first period. Krug has one goal and one assist in three games this season.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Ready for camp

    Krug (lower body) is on the ice for practice Thursday, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports. Krug missed the final nine games of St. Louis' 2021-22 playoff run with a lower-body injury, but it appears as though he's made a full recovery. The 31-year-old defender racked up nine goals and 43 points through 64 regular-season games last season.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Unlikely to return in series

    Krug (lower body) is unlikely to return for Game 6 on Friday or Game 7 on Sunday (if necessary) against Colorado, per Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic. Krug has missed eight contests after suffering a lower-body injury in the Blues' opening-round series against the Wild. While the 31-year-old defenseman has resumed skating, it doesn't sound like he'll be an option for St. Louis unless the team is able to advance past the Avalanche. Krug recorded 9 goals and 34 assists through 64 contests during the regular season.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Begins skating

    Krug (lower body) was on the ice for Monday's game-day skate, just the second time the blueliner has skated during his recovery, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports. The fact that Krug has just begun skating effectively rules him out versus Colorado on Monday but the blueliner is clearly making strides in his return to action. Whenever the Michigan native is given the all-clear, he should get back to logging big minutes for the Blues, including running the No. 1 power-play unit.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Will rehab in Denver

    According to coach Craig Berube, Krug (lower body) will go to Denver "for rehab purposes," Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports. Krug missed the final three games of St. Louis' first-round win over Minnesota with a lower-body issue, and the fact that he's heading to Colorado to rehab his injury suggests he's likely still a ways away from returning to action. Youngster Scott Perunovich will probably continue to man the point on the Blues' No. 1 power-play unit until Krug is cleared to rejoin the lineup.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Will miss time

    According to coach Craig Berube, Krug (lower body) "will be out a bit," Lou Korac of NHL.com reports. It sounds like Krug will likely miss multiple contests with his lower-body issue. If Robert Bortuzzo (upper body) and Nick Leddy (upper body) are also unable to go, the Blues will likely have to insert Steve Santini into the lineup for Sunday's pivotal Game 4 versus the Wild.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Exits Friday's game

    Krug (lower body) left Friday's game against Minnesota and will not return. Krug posted a minus-1 rating while seeing just 3:10 of ice time before suffering an injury Friday. He appeared to be favoring his left leg and immediately left the ice after laying a hit on Matthew Boldy during the first period. An update on his status should be available before Game 4 on Sunday.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Three-point effort in win

    Krug picked up three assists in Monday's 4-0 Game 1 win over the Wild. Two of Krug's helpers came with St. Louis' deadly man-advantage unit, which converted two of its six opportunities Monday. Krug has been on a roll recently, having racked up six assists through his last three appearances. He'll look to extend his personal point streak to four contests in Wednesday's Game 2 matchup with Minnesota.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Draws helper in return

    Krug put up an assist, three shots on goal and two hits in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to the Avalanche. Krug missed three games with an upper-body injury. He covered 17:02 of ice time in his return, though he could see a larger role going forward after Marco Scandella (lower body) left Tuesday's contest in the third period. With 41 points (19 on the power play), 118 shots on net, 70 blocked shots and a plus-23 rating in 63 outings, Krug should be a boost to fantasy managers who choose to activate him for Friday's regular-season finale against the Golden Knights.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Returning Tuesday

    Krug (upper body) will play Tuesday in Colorado, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports. Krug sat out the previous three contests with the injury, but he'll return in time for a couple tune-up games before the start of the playoffs. The 31-year-old's 40 points and plus-23 rating have made him a valuable fantasy asset on virtual blue lines in 2021-22.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Remains out

    Krug (upper body) will not play Sunday against the Ducks, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Krug will miss his third straight game while dealing with an upper-body issue. His next chance to play will be Tuesday against Colorado, though it sounds like the team may play it safe with him down the stretch.
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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Still sidelined

    Krug (upper body) won't play Saturday against Arizona, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports. When asked about Krug's status, coach Craig Berube told reporters "I don't think it makes sense to put him in there tonight the way he is right now. I think he's going to be fine, but again, I don't want to risk a long-term injury." Based on Berube's comments, at this point it wouldn't be surprising to see the Blues hold Krug out until the playoffs get underway.
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