Steen generated an assist in Saturday's 7-2 loss to the Bruins in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Steen had gone five games without recording a point. The helper brings the 35-year-old up to five points in 22 playoff contests.
Steen scored a goal on three shots in Wednesday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Sharks in Game 3.
Steen has a goal and two helpers in his last five games, accounting for three of his four points in 16 playoff games. He does have eight hits in that span, but altogether, Steen's numbers likely don't jump off the page for fantasy owners.
Steen registered an assist and two hits in Monday's 4-2 win over the Sharks in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals.
It's only the third point in 15 games for Steen during this postseason run, as the 35-year-old has remained on the fourth line with an average ice time under 12 minutes. Steen also has only 12 shots on goal in the postseason, limiting his opportunity to contribute to the offense.
Steen converted on one of his two shots in Sunday's 6-3 loss to the Jets in Game 3.
Steen has been relegated to fourth-line duty with Ivan Barbashev and Zach Sanford for the playoff run so far, with the goal being his first point in the series. He had only 27 points in 65 appearances this season, and without much of a physical edge to his game (just 55 hits in the regular season), he likely won't make much of an impact for fantasy owners.
Steen scored his ninth and 10th goals of the season, finishing with an assist as well, in a 7-3 win over the Flyers on Thursday.
Steen had managed just one goal over his last 18 games before Thursday's two-goal effort. The three points move him up to 27 on the year, and unless Steen finds the scoresheet three times in Saturday's season finale, 2018-19 will see him fail to reach the 30-point mark for the first time since 2012-13.
Steen picked up a trio of assists in Thursday's 5-2 win over the Red Wings.
He hit an impressive milestone with the second helper -- it was his 600th NHL point. And with that, Steen and his dad Thomas became just the fourth father-son duo to each have at least 600 points in the NHL. The others? Gordie and Mark Howe, Bobby and Brett Hull, and Peter and Paul Stastny. That's heady company. But it doesn't make Steen valuable in fantasy. The night snapped an 11-game point drought.
Steen (illness) skated for 15:15 and racked up three hits and four blocked shots in Friday's 5-2 loss to the Hurricanes.
With 44 hits and 43 blocks this year, Steen is certainly not known for using his body to this extent. He also carried a minus-3 rating in the contest. It's safe to deploy the now-35-year-old as usual after he missed one game with the illness.
Steen (illness) is healthy and available against the Hurricanes on Friday, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Steen will be back in the lineup after missing one game due to illness. He has been rolling of late, as the winger tallied five points in his previous seven outings. The Winnipeg native has logged just 46 games this season due to injury, which will almost certainly keep him short of the 40-point mark for the first time since the lockout-shortened 2012-13 campaign.
Steen (illness) will sit out Tuesday's game against the Predators, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Steen's absence should be a short one, based on the reason behind it, but it forced the Blues to make an emergency recall of Samuel Blais ahead of Tuesday's tilt against the Predators. Though the veteran winger is on pace to fall well short of his usual offensive marks, he's displayed some spark of late, notching five points in his last seven games. His next chance to get back at it arrives Friday against the Hurricanes.
Steen is ill ahead of Tuesday's game against the Predators, Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
While this development doesn't explicitly render Steen unavailable for the upcoming contest, the Blues won't be taking any chances, hence their emergency call-up of Samuel Blais. If Steen does miss time, it has the potential to send a negative ripple effect about the lineup, as the vetearn stalwart is utilized in both special teams situations.
Steen scored a goal Saturday in a 2-1 shootout win over Boston.
It was Steen's first goal since Nov. 30 (27 games). His overall totals are low (19 points in 44 games), but he does have five points in his last six games. It's a modest run, but it might make Steen relevant in deeper formats.
Steen set up a goal in Tuesday's win over the Maple Leafs.
Steen cut off a breakout pass and quickly fed Tyler Bozak with a backhand pass, and Bozak dished it to Schwartz backdoor to open the scoring. The veteran winger missed the previous two games due to the birth of his daughter, but he now has an assist in each of the last four contests.
Steen (personal) is back with the Blues following the birth of his child, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Steen figures to return into his spot on the second line along with retaking his role on the power play, where he is averaging 1:34 of ice time and recorded five of his 18 points this season. Injuries have limited the winger to just 46 games, which will see him fail to hit the 40-point mark for the first time since the lockout-shortened 2012-13 campaign.
Steen won't join the team for Sunday's game versus the Wild after his wife gave birth Saturday, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Steen will miss his second straight game, keeping Robby Fabbri as the Blues' second-line right wing. The Blues come back to St. Louis on Tuesday for a meeting with the Maple Leafs, and Steen is expected back in the lineup for that contest.
With the Blues scheduled to face the Avalanche, Steen will return home Saturday for the birth of his child, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
The Notes will go right back to work Sunday against the Wild to complete a back-to-back set of games, so there's a chance that Steen will be back at that point. In the meantime, look for Robby Fabbri to emerge from the press box to face Colorado.
Steen dished out an assist during 15:08 TOI in Thursday's win over the Coyotes.
He fed a stretch pass to Jaden Schwartz, who found Joel Edmundson in the slot for the game's opening score. Steen now has a three-game assist streak, but he doesn't have a goal since lighting the lamp on the road Nov. 30 versus the Avalanche. The Blues are headed to Colorado on Saturday, so Steen will look to repeat that effort and break the slump.
Steen failed to write his name on the scoresheet versus Ottawa on Saturday, his first game back from a six-game stretch on IR.
Steen's lack of points certainly wasn't due to limited minutes, as he logged 16:27 of ice time, include 55 seconds on the power play. The winger recorded a mere two shots and a minus-1 rating. The Winnipeg native will look to shake off his 15-game goal drought against the Kings on Monday.
Steen (shoulder) was activated from injured reserve and will play Saturday versus the Senators, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Steen has sat out the past six games and will return to the second line with Brayden Schenn and Jaden Schwartz, according to Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic. The veteran winger is on his lowest point-per-game pace (0.47) since the 2008-09 season, but his consistent top-six minutes lately will keep him fantasy relevant.
Steen (shoulder) is considered a game-time decision for Saturday's contest against the Senators.
Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch notes that a game-time decision tag usually results in the player in question playing, so Steen would seem to be a decent bet to suit up Saturday. Confirmation of his status may not surface until the team takes the ice for warmups, however.
Steen (shoulder) isn't in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Bruins.
Steen will miss a sixth consecutive game Thursday, and the Blues have yet to reveal a potential timetable for his return to action. The veteran forward will need to return to practice with his teammates before rejoining the lineup, so until that happens, he can be considered out indefinitely.
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