Dunn netted a power-play goal on three shots in Friday's 4-2 loss to the Devils.
Dunn corralled a rebound from a Tyler Bozak shot and netted the Blues' first goal of the game. The 23-year-old Dunn has been on a strong run with two goals and three helpers in his last seven games. He's up to 23 points, 132 shots and a plus-17 rating in 68 appearances -- that's below pace to match last year's 35-point output, but the second-round pick from 2015 has also managed 10 power-play points this year.
Dunn tallied two assists, one with the man advantage, during Saturday's 4-3 shootout win over Dallas.
Dunn only has a modest 22 points in 2019-20, but 10 of them have come on St. Louis power plays. The Blues' defenseman is not worthy of fantasy consideration outside of deeper leagues, but Dunn will be looking to push his point streak to three games Tuesday when St. Louis travels to New York to do battle with the Rangers.
Dunn scored a goal on his lone shot and added two PIM with two blocks in a 3-2 overtime win over the Islanders on Thursday.
Dunn's goal with 1:44 left in regulation not only sent the game into overtime, but it was his first since Jan. 11 and snapped his personal 18-game drought. Dunn's numbers across the board are down from 2018-19, with the exception of his career-high plus-15 rating. He has eight goals and 20 points this season after collecting 12 and 35, respectively, a year ago.
Dunn posted two hits and a plus-2 rating over 16:19 in Tuesday's 6-5 win over the Blackhawks.
Dunn failed to notch a point in the high-scoring divisional clash, but he still managed to finish with a positive plus-minus and a physical impact. The 23-year-old is averaging a career-low 16:19 per contest, and despite shooting more often, Dunn has just 19 points through 64 games.
Dunn posted two assists and two hits in Thursday's 6-5 overtime loss to the Golden Knights.
Dunn has four assists in his last three games after going eight straight without a point. The 23-year-old defenseman is at 18 points and 114 shots through 57 contests. He's at a much lower pace than last year's 35-point breakout campaign -- Dunn's fantasy value has been limited to deeper formats in 2019-20.
Dunn didn't post a point and finished minus-1 in Tuesday's 6-3 win over the Hurricanes.
Dunn has failed to post a point in eight straight games. His ice time remains low at 16:44 per game during that stretch, but he's a fixture on the power play. It has been an overall disappointing campaign for Dunn, as he's accrued just 14 points thus far after setting a career high with 35 last year.
Dunn scored a goal on his lone shot while providing two blocks, two PIM and a plus-2 rating in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Rangers.
Dunn deposited his seventh goal of the year late in the first period to give St. Louis a 2-1 lead. It snapped a seven-game goal drought for Dunn, who last found the net Dec. 23. The 23-year-old has 15 points and is plus-12 in 46 games. While he isn't quite on his 35-point pace of a year ago, he remains a viable option in deeper leagues.
Dunn netted a goal and dished an assist in Monday's 4-1 win over the Kings.
Dunn now has a half-dozen each of goals and assists this season. The 23-year-old has added 77 shots on goal, 10 PIM and a plus-11 rating through 38 contests. He'll need to pick up the pace to match his 12-goal, 35-point breakout from 2018-19.
Dunn notched an assist and five shots on goal in Monday's 4-0 win over the Blackhawks.
Dunn had the lone helper on MacKenzie MacEachern's first-period tally. Dunn didn't record a point in his previous five outings. The 23-year-old is up to eight points in 29 games. He's added 61 shots on goal and a plus-6 rating this season.
Dunn netted a goal on five shots and added two hits in Saturday's 4-1 loss to the Ducks.
Dunn co-led the team in shots, tied with Brayden Schenn. The defenseman hadn't registered a point in his previous five games. Saturday's performance gave Dunn six points and 43 shots through 21 games. He had breakout potential after posting 35 points in 78 contests in 2018-19, but his pace this year is noticeably slower.
Dunn generated an assist, a shot on net and two PIM in Saturday's 4-3 overtime win against the Wild.
Dunn stirred the pot often in this outing, as he and Mats Zuccarello looked like they would drop the gloves on multiple occasions. Dunn had the last laugh, however, as he assisted Ryan O'Reilly's overtime winner to beat the Wild for the second time in four days. This was the 23-year-old's first even-strength point of the season, and he now has five total through 15 contests.
Dunn scored a power-play goal in Saturday's 6-3 loss to Montreal.
Dunn collected his first point of the season Saturday, albeit in a losing effort. The 22-year-old blueliner is coming off a 35-point campaign a year ago and his goal versus the Habs gives him 60 points in 158 career contests at the NHL level.
Dunn skated on the third pairing with Robert Bortuzzo during Monday's practice, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
The addition of Justin Faulk pushed Alex Pietrangelo to the left side, so Dunn suffered with a demotion the third pairing. The 22-year-old is too skilled to stay here in the long term, and he'll still start the season on the team's top power play alongside Vladimir Tarasenko.
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.
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