Dunn recorded an assist during Monday's 4-2 win over Boston in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Returning following a six-game absence, Dunn wasted no time making an impact, drawing the secondary helper on Ryan O'Reilly's opening marker, scored just 43 seconds into the game. The 22-year-old is up to eight points in 17 playoff appearances.
Dunn (upper body) will be in action for Monday's Game 4 matchup with Boston.
Dunn missed the previous six games due to his upper-body issue and will be making his Stanley Cup Finals debut. The youngster is set to team up with Colton Parayko on the Blues' third pairing and could see time with the second power-play unit, as well. Prior to getting hurt, the defenseman notched two goals, five helpers and 24 shots in 16 postseason contests. Given his offensive strengths, Dunn should provide solid mid-range fantasy value now that he is back in the lineup.
Dunn (upper body) likely won't be ready in time for Saturday's Game 3 clash with Boston, per Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic.
Coach Craig Berube told reporters Dunn is an option, but the defenseman seemed less optimistic. The Ontario native didn't participate in line rushes at Friday's practice, which is the best indicator of who will dress for Saturday's clash. Once given the all-clear, the youngster should rejoin the lineup, though his extended absence could see him relegated to the press box if Berube wants to avoid shuffling up his defensive pairings.
According to coach Craig Berube, Dunn (upper body) could return to the lineup for Saturday's Game 3 against the Bruins, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Dunn is clearly on the verge of getting the green light to rejoin the lineup, but the Blues will likely wait and see how he looks during practice Friday before making a final decision on his status for Game 3. Once he's cleared, the 22-year-old will return to his role skating on the Blues' bottom pairing and second power-play unit.
Dunn (upper body) won't be in action for Game 2 against Boston on Wednesday, Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Dunn will miss his fifth straight game due to his upper-body injury. The blueliner has returned to practice, but remains out of the main group for line rushes. If given the all-clear before the series ends, the Ontario native would likely bump Carl Gunnarsson or Robert Bortuzzo from the lineup.
Dunn (upper body) might be an option for Wednesday's Game 2 clash with Boston, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Coach Craig Berube wouldn't go so far as to confirm Dunn would be in the lineup, but it appears the blueliner is trending in the right direction. If the 21-year-old does suit up, it would likely come at the expense of Carl Gunnarsson or Robert Bortuzzo. At this point, fantasy owners should consider Dunn a game-time decision Wednesday.
Dunn (upper body) will not be in the lineup against Boston for Game 1 on Monday, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Dunn was on the ice for the game-day skate sporting a regular helmet, but remains day-to-day. The blueliner's absence will keep Carl Gunnarsson on the third pairing along with Robert Bortuzzo. Once cleared to play, Dunn should see minutes similar to his postseason average (16:33) prior to getting hurt.
Dunn (upper body) will make the trip to Boston for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals against the Bruins on Monday, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Dunn has been sidelined since taking a puck to the face in Game 3 of the Western Conference finals against San Jose, but he was spotted on the ice with his teammates Saturday wearing a full face mask, which suggests he may be able to gut it out and suit up Monday with some extra hardware. Another update on the 22-year-old blueliner's status should be released following Sunday's practice.
Dunn (upper body) resumed skating Wednesday and is trending in the right direction for a return to action Monday for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals against St. Louis, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Dunn will need to be cleared to practice before Monday's contest in order to be a candidate to rejoin the lineup, but it appears as though there's a chance that could happen at some point over the weekend. Once he's given the green light, the 22-year-old blueliner will return to his role skating on the Blues' bottom pairing and second power-play unit.
Dunn (upper body) will not be in the lineup against San Jose for Tuesday's Game 6 tilt, Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
At this point, fantasy owners would be justified in wondering if Dunn will return at all during the postseason. Coach Craig Berube continues to classify the blueliner as day-to-day, but the fact that the youngster has yet to resume skating doesn't bode well for a short-term absence. Until Dunn is given the all-clear, Robert Bortuzzo and Carl Gunnarsson figure to continue to make up the third pairing.
Dunn (upper body) will not be making the trip to San Jose for Sunday's Game 5 matchup, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Dunn took a puck to the face in Game 3 on Wednesday, and it was evidently serious enough to warrant a trip to the hospital. With the series coming back to St. Louis for Game 6 on Tuesday -- coupled with the fact that Dunn is still considered day-to-day -- there is still a chance that the Ontario native could suit up then. More information on the blueliner's status should surface closer to Game 6, but for now Carl Gunnarsson will likely draw into the lineup for Game 5 on Sunday.
Per coach Craig Berube, Dunn (upper body) is back at home following a brief stay in the hospital, but he's still considered day-to-day, which means he won't be in the lineup for Friday's Game 4 against San Jose, Mike Zeisberger of NHL.com reports.
Dunn took a puck to the face during Wednesday's Game 3, and his injury was evidently serious enough to warrant a trip to the hospital. The 22-year-old blueliner won't be available Friday, but the fact that he's still considered day-to-day suggests there's an outside chance that he'll be ready to return Sunday for Game 5. With Dunn on the shelf, Carl Gunnarsson will draw into the lineup for Game 4.
According to coach Craig Berube, Dunn (upper body) is considered day-to-day ahead of Friday's Game 4 against San Jose.
Dunn took a puck to the face in the first period of Wednesday's Game 3 and was ultimately unable to return after receiving repairs in the locker room. The 22-year-old blueliner is undoubtedly dealing with significant swelling at a minimum, so he should probably be considered questionable at best for Game 4 at this point. If Dunn's unable to go, Carl Gunnarsson will draw into the lineup Friday.
Dunn (upper body) is out for the remainder of Wednesday's Game 3.
Dunn took a hard shot to the face in the first period, and immediately went to the locker room with blood spewing. The Blues will proceed with just five defenseman for the rest of the game, and Colton Parayko could be in line for a spot on the second power-play unit with Dunn out. Expect an update on the 22-year-old's health following the game.
Dunn took a puck to the face and was immediately helped to the locker room, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Dunn was boxing out his opponent in front of his net, and took a shot from the blue line straight to the jaw. The 22-year-old was bleeding significantly and will require treatment in the locker room. Expect the Blues to update his status later in the game, but for the time being, the team will proceed with five defenseman. Colton Parayko could be in line for a spot on the second power-play unit as long as Dunn is sidelined.
Dunn scored a goal on three shots in Monday's 4-2 win over the Sharks in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals.
Dunn has a three-game point streak with two goals and an assist dating back to Game 7 in the second round. Overall, Dunn has produced two scores and five helpers in 15 appearances during the postseason, making him a value pick for DFS owners at this stage of the playoffs.
Dunn posted an assist and two hits in Saturday's 6-3 loss to the Sharks in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals.
Dunn has tallied a goal and five helpers through 14 playoff appearances during his first postseason run. The 22-year-old blueliner had 35 points in 78 regular-season games, and he's scoring at a similar pace in the playoffs. Three of his assists have come on the power play.
Dunn picked up a power-play assist, five shots and two blocked shots in Sunday's 6-3 loss to the Jets in Game 3.
Dunn had 35 points in 78 games in the regular season, but he needed three appearances to finally etch his name on the scoresheet in the playoffs. His helper came on Vladimir Tarasenko's tally in the third period, which cut the Jets' lead to 3-2 at the time before they ultimately ran away with the game. Dunn is skating alongside Alex Pietrangelo on the first pairing for the Blues, a prime deployment that could help him produce more offense if the Blues can make a deep run.
Dunn scored an overtime goal in Saturday's win versus the Devils.
Although he was on the ice with both Vladimir Tarasenko and Ryan O'Reilly, Dunn took matters into his own hands, splitting defenders and scoring with just 2.2 seconds remaining in the extra frame to help the team secure a valuable win. Dunn has had an impressive March with nine points in 15 games, and the Blues will hope for similar production during their playoff run.
Dunn scored two goals in Saturday's 5-1 win over the Penguins.
His first tally proved to be the game-winner, while his second came on the power play. Dunn had managed only three points (one goal, two assists) in his prior 12 games, but the young blueliner is still enjoying a solid campaign with 11 goals and 30 points -- both career highs -- through 67 contests.
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