Sundqvist (leg) was placed on long-term injured reserve Monday, CapFriendly reports.
It was announced that Sundqvist would miss the season in March so this is just a paper move for the Blues. The 27-year-old could be available for training camp next season.
Sundqvist (knee) will require surgery to repair a torn ACL in his left knee, and he is out for the rest of the year.
Sundqvist will be reevaluated when training camp for the 2021-22 season opens, so his recovery is likely to take at least six months. The injury occurred during Friday's game versus the Sharks. With Sundqvist out, Dakota Joshua and Jacob De La Rose will be counted on to fill a fourth-line role. Expect Sundqvist to eventually surface on injured reserve. He finished the year with nine points in 28 games.
Sundqvist (leg) won't play in Saturday's game versus the Sharks, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Sundqvist was injured in the first period of Friday's game versus the Sharks, so it's not surprising that he's unable to return just a day later. The severity of his injury is unknown at this point, but he needed help getting off the ice -- it's safe to assume he'll be out for more than just one game. The Blues' next contest is Monday in Vegas.
Sundqvist (leg) left Friday's game versus the Sharks in the first period, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Sundqvist was pulling away from the crease when teammate Kyle Clifford's knee hit him in the back of his left leg. The 26-year-old Sundqvist needed assistance to get off the ice and did not return. It's unclear how significant the injury is, but he will almost certainly miss Saturday's game in San Jose at a minimum. Dakota Joshua and Jacob De La Rose are the leading candidates to take Sundqvist's place in the lineup should he officially be ruled out.
Sundqvist (undisclosed) will return to the lineup for Friday's game versus Vegas, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Sundqvist is expected to skate on St. Louis' third line during Friday night's contest. He's picked up nine points in 24 games this campaign.
Sundqvist (undisclosed) isn't expected to play in Monday's game versus the Sharks, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Head coach Craig Berube hasn't provided many details about the nature or severity of Sundqvist's injury. The 26-year-old will nevertheless sit out a second straight game. His absence hurts the Blues' penalty kill and their depth up the middle.
Sundqvist (undisclosed) won't play in Saturday's game versus the Kings, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Sundqvist didn't play in the third period of Friday's win against the Kings. He'll miss his first game of the season Saturday. The 26-year-old will be replaced in the lineup by Vladimir Tarasenko, who is making his season debut after starting the year on long-term injured reserve.
Sundqvist scored a power-play goal on his only shot and added three hits in a 3-2 win over Anaheim on Wednesday.
Sundqvist opened the scoring 14:45 into the game, slamming one home on the doorstep for his first goal all year with the man advantage. He also enjoyed a strong night in the faceoff circle, winning 10 of 16 draws (62.5 percent). Sundqvist has four goals and four assists through 23 games.
Sundqvist notched an assist and three hits in Saturday's 7-6 win over the Sharks.
Saturday's contest was defense-optional, leading to a chaotic back-and-forth between the teams. Sundqvist set up Marco Scandella's second goal of the game at 7:14 of the third period, which proved to be enough for the win. The 26-year-old Sundqvist has four points in his last seven outings, and he's up to seven points in 21 appearances overall. The Swede has added 41 hits, 29 shots on goal and 20 blocked shots, demonstrating a solid two-way game.
Sundqvist scored a goal on two shots and added two hits in Wednesday's 2-1 loss to the Kings.
Sundqvist broke up Cal Petersen's shutout at 18:14 of the third period. The goal was Sundqvist's third of the year -- he's added three helpers, 29 shots on net, 38 hits and 20 blocked shots in 20 appearances. Mostly a bottom-six forward, the Swede is known to move throughout the lineup, but it rarely results in enough offense to make him a popular fantasy option.
Sundqvist notched a power-play assist, four shots on goal and two hits in Thursday's 3-2 win over the Sharks.
Sundqvist set up Mike Hoffman for the opening tally in the first period. Offense has been sparse for Sundqvist this season, but he has two helpers in his last three outings. The 26-year-old forward is up to five points, 22 shots on net, 34 hits and 20 blocked shots while mostly working in a bottom-six role.
Sundqvist posted an assist in Saturday's 5-4 overtime win over the Coyotes.
Sundqvist set up Mike Hoffman for the game-winning tally in overtime. The 26-year-old Sundqvist was in doubt for Saturday's game at one point, but he was able to suit up and deliver a rare point in an important moment. He now has two goals, two helpers, 32 hits and 20 blocked shots through 15 appearances this season, mostly in a middle-six role.
Sundqvist (undisclosed) will play in Saturday's game versus the Coyotes, Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Sundqvist took a nasty collision into the boards Friday, but he's been given the green light for Saturday's contest. The 26-year-old is expected to center the third line, and he'll work into one of the power-play units as well.
Sundqvist (undisclosed) is a game-time decision for Saturday's game versus the Coyotes, Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Sundqvist took a hard hit into the board during Friday's win over the Coyotes, and despite coach Craig Berube's optimism, the 26-year-old is trending toward sitting out Saturday. If that's the case, Austin Poganski will enter the lineup.
Sundqvist recorded an assist, three shots on goal, three hits and two blocked shots in Saturday's 6-1 win over the Ducks.
Sundqvist got on the scoresheet for the first time since the season opener with his assist on Kyle Clifford's third-period marker. The 26-year-old Sundqvist hasn't seen top-six usage since his two-goal game Jan. 13, which has limited his scoring chances while he's been skating on the fourth line. The Swede has three points, 26 hits, 11 blocked shots and a plus-1 rating in eight appearances.
Sundqvist scored twice on four shots in Wednesday's 4-1 win over the Avalanche.
Mike Hoffman (immigration) was unable to suit up for Opening Night, allowing Sundqvist to slot in on the second line alongside Robert Thomas. That partnership worked well, as Thomas assisted on both of Sundqvist's goals. The 26-year-old Sundqvist added three hits and four blocked shots, both of which were best on the team. The Swedish forward probably won't repeat that kind of effort often, but kudos if you took a chance on him in DFS.
Sundqvist had an assist in Wednesday's 4-3 loss to the Canucks in Game 5.
Sundqvist picked up his first point in eight postseason outings with the lone helper on Brayden Schenn's goal. The 26-year-old Sundqvist has helped out in other ways with 14 hits and nine shots on goal, but it's been a mostly quiet postseason for the Swede. He had 12 goals and 23 points through 57 regular-season contests this year.
Sundqvist (undisclosed) rejoined his teammates on the ice for Monday's practice session, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Sundqvist will be looking to break out of an eight-game pointless streak that plagued him at the end of the regular season. The winger is slated to fill a fourth-line role alongside Alexander Steen. While Sundqvist won't provide top-end fantasy value, he could be a sneaky value play in DFS contests, especially if he gets bumped up a line at some point.
Sundqvist exited Friday's practice early after crashing into the boards, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Sundqvist tried to tough it out and stay on the ice after his spill, but he ultimately headed to the locker room, albeit under his own power. Due to the NHL's new injury update policy, another update on the 26-year-old forward likely won't be released until he's cleared to return to practice.
Sundqvist (undisclosed) is skating with the team Monday for the start of training camp, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Sundqvist was hurt in the final game of the season against Anaheim on March 11 but appears to have gotten back to full health during the league's hiatus. The Swedish center figures to slot in as a third- or fourth-line center during the postseason. If he can stay healthy next year, the 25-year-old should be capable of pushing for the 30-point mark again.
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