Dunn (upper body) was selected in the 2021 Expansion Draft by the Kraken from the Blues on Wednesday.
In each of his first four NHL seasons, Dunn has managed to reach the 20-point threshold, including this past year's shortened campaign. Concerns over Vladimir Tarasenko's shoulder injury likely factored into Seattle's decision to pivot to the young blueliner instead. In addition to pushing for over 20 minutes per night, Dunn will likely take on a role with the man advantage in Seattle.
Dunn (upper body) won't play in Sunday's Game 4 against the Avalanche, per coach Craig Berube, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Dunn will miss a 15th consecutive game in what could well turn out to be the final game of St. Louis' season, as the Blues trail 3-0 in the series. If the Blues are able to keep their season alive, Dunn's next opportunity to play would come Tuesday in Colorado for Game 5.
Dunn (upper body) is not in Friday's Game 3 lineup against Colorado, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
As expected, Dunn will miss another game while working his way back from an upper-body injury. The 24-year-old hasn't suited up since April 24 and has now missed the last 14 games. He'll be questionable for Sunday's Game 4 matchup.
Dunn (upper body) was labeled a game-time decision against Colorado on Friday in Game 3, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports, despite staying on late with the expected scratches per Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic.
Based on the fact that Dunn stayed on late working with the extras, it was expected that he wouldn't be available for Game 3, but coach Craig Berube wouldn't go so far as to rule him out. If Dunn is sidelined, Mitch Reinke will likely play in his first NHL game since 2017-18.
Dunn (upper body) continues to skate with the team but is set to miss Friday's Game 3 clash with Colorado, per Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic.
Dunn is poised to miss his 14th consecutive game dating back to April 24 versus Colorado. Prior to getting hurt, the blueliner was rolling with eight points in his previous seven contests, including a goal and three assists with the man advantage. If Justin Faulk (upper body) is unable to play as well, the Blues could be forced to turn to Tyler Tucker or Mitch Reinke in a third-pairing role alongside Steve Santini.
Dunn (upper body) is not on the ice for warmups and won't play in Wednesday's Game 2 versus the Avalanche, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Dunn participated in practice Tuesday, but he'll need to miss at least one more game before his return. The 24-year-old has been sidelined for 13 straight contests. He'll try to be ready for Friday's Game 3 back in St. Louis.
Dunn (upper body) took part in the Blues' optional practice Tuesday, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Dunn last practiced Saturday but didn't participate Sunday. While his attendance Tuesday is a positive sign, there's no guarantee the defenseman will be available for Wednesday's Game 2 versus the Avalanche. His status will likely be determined either at the morning skate or in pregame warmups.
Dunn (upper body) won't play in Monday's Game 1 against the Avalanche, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Dunn filled in for Marco Scandella, who was taking a maintenance day, during Monday's skate, but Scandella will be in and Dunn won't when the puck drops later Monday. His ability to participate in the skate suggests Dunn could be closing in on a return, but he'll miss the series opener and will try to heal up by Wednesday's Game 2.
Dunn (upper body) was not on the ice for practice Sunday, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
This is somewhat of an unusual development -- Dunn missed the final 11 games of the regular season, but he practiced Saturday. The two likeliest scenarios are that he's suffered a setback or is simply being given additional rest. Nonetheless, it's unclear if Dunn will play Monday's Game 1 in Colorado.
Dunn (upper body) participated in Saturday's practice, but his status for Monday's Game 1 against the Avalanche remains up in the air, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Dunn's hoping to make his return to the lineup after missing St. Louis' final 11 regular-season contests. His status will likely come down to pregame warm-ups Monday, though it's possible another update on Dunn will surface following Sunday's practice.
Dunn (upper body) will not play Thursday against Minnesota, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports. It's also unclear if he'll be ready for Game 1 on Monday against Vegas or Colorado.
Dunn is reportedly improving and is a possibility to play Game 1, but he'll nonetheless miss the season finale against the Wild. He missed the final 11 games of the season and finished with six goals and 20 points in 43 games.
Dunn (upper body) won't play Wednesday against the Wild, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Although Dunn won't play Wednesday, he could be given the green light to return ahead of Thursday's rematch with Minnesota. The 24-year-old blueliner has picked up 20 points through 43 games this season.
Although Dunn (upper body) is considered day-to-day, he isn't expected to return during the final three games of St. Louis' current road trip, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Dunn will have to wait for Wednesday's matchup with Minnesota for his next potential opportunity to return to action. The 24-year-old blueliner has already missed six games with his upper-body issue.
Dunn (upper body) is considered day-to-day, but there's still no definite timetable for his return, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Dunn will miss a sixth straight game Wednesday against Anaheim, and it sounds like he's probably in danger of missing a few more with his upper-body issue. The 24-year-old defender has tallied 20 points in 43 contests this season.
Dunn (upper body) will take contact in Tuesday's practice and could return to game action later this week, per coach Craig Berube, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Dunn hasn't played since suffering the injury April 24 and will remain out Monday against the Ducks, but Berube's comments indicate that the young blueliner is progressing in his recovery. If Dunn responds well to taking contact in Tuesday's practice, a return Wednesday against Anaheim could be on the table.
Dunn (upper body) won't make the trip to Minnesota for the Blues' three-game set with the Wild, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
St. Louis has yet to release a definite timetable for Dunn's return, but he'll miss the team's next three games at a minimum. That's unfortunate news for the Blues and fantasy managers alike, as Dunn was on a hot streak prior to suffering his upper-body injury, having racked up one goal and eight points in his last seven games.
Dunn (upper body) will miss Monday's game against the Avalanche.
With Colton Parayko also out due to an upper-body injury, the Blues will be shorthanded on the blue line against the relentless Colorado offense, which should lead to a busy night for goalie Jordan Binnington. Dunn suffered the injury in Saturday's win over Colorado, and his next chance to return will come Wednesday in Minnesota.
Dunn exited Saturday's 5-3 win over the Avalanche with an undisclosed injury.
Head coach Craig Berube said Dunn would be evaluated Sunday. He didn't elaborate on the nature of the injury. Colton Parayko also left the game with an upper-body injury, so the Blues could be severely shorthanded on the blue line if both are unable to play in Monday's matchup against the Avs.
Dunn (undisclosed) notched a power-play assist and two PIM in 18:37 of ice time during Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Avalanche.
Dunn benefited from four days off to recover from a shot block suffered Saturday versus the Coyotes. The 24-year-old blueliner had the secondary assist on Jaden Schwartz's opening tally in the first period. Dunn reached the 20-point mark Thursday, and he's added 73 shots on net, 18 PIM, 50 blocked shots and 33 hits in 42 appearances. Seven of his points have come with the man advantage.
Dunn (undisclosed) will be in the lineup for Thursday's game against Colorado, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Dunn was originally deemed day-to-day after blocking a shot in Saturday's game against Arizona, but the knock won't force him to miss time. The 24-year-old has had an outstanding season to this point, racking up 19 points and 50 blocks while averaging 19:20 of ice time through 41 games. Expect Dunn to handle his usual workload at even strength and on the power play in Thursday's game.
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