Steen scored a goal and went plus-2 in Friday's 5-1 win over the Stars.
Steen picked up the second rebound off a Colton Parayko slap shot, and he fired it past an out-of-position Ben Bishop. The 35-year-old doesn't score a ton -- he has 17 points over 46 games -- but his depth and penalty-killing upside will be instrumental for the Blues to defend their title.
Steen (lower body) blocked three shots in 14:43 of ice time during Friday's 4-2 loss to the Oilers.
The winger had to leave the Blues' last game Tuesday versus the Flames, but he returned to his familiar third-line role against the Oilers. He remains at 15 points and has added 55 shots on goal and 33 blocks in 36 contests this season. The 35-year-old is set to appear in his 1,000th game Saturday in his hometown of Winnipeg.
Steen (lower body) will be available for Friday's clash with Edmonton.
Steen has been rolling of late, as he's racked up five goals and four helpers in his last nine outings. Despite the recent strong run of form, the winger will likely miss the 40-point mark for the second straight year, in part due to an ankle injury that cost him 16 games earlier in the year.
Head coach Craig Berube said Steen (lower body) has "a very good chance" to play Friday versus the Oilers, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Steen didn't play in the third period of Tuesday's win over the Flames, but this isn't expected to be an issue going forward. That's good news since Oskar Sundqvist (lower body) has been placed on IR and Mackenzie MacEachern's (lower body) status is uncertain. If Steen is indeed good to go, he'll continue to flank Robert Thomas on the third line. Steen has enjoyed an impressive January with five goals and four assists over 10 games.
Steen has a lower-body injury and will not return to Tuesday's game against the Flames.
It's unclear how Steen got hurt, but it's clearly bad enough to rule him out for the third period. He scored a goal and blocked a shot in 8:43 before the injury. If Steen isn't available for Friday's game in Edmonton, the Blues will hope MacKenzie MacEachern (lower body) or Oskar Sundqvist (lower body) are able to take his place in the lineup.
Steen scored a goal and dished a power-play assist in Wednesday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Flyers.
Steen set up Justin Faulk's opening tally at 14:24 of the first period. In the third, Steen netted the equalizer at 13:39, helping the Blues earn one standings point. The 35-year-old has been hot in January with four goals and four helpers over his last seven games. Steen has just 14 points and a plus-14 rating through 32 contests this season, but his recent form makes him viable in DFS as a budget option.
Steen scored a goal and fired two shots on net in Monday's 4-1 win over the Ducks.
Steen has surged recently with three goals and four helpers over his last seven contests. The 35-year-old has only 12 points with a plus-13 rating in 31 games this season. He's no longer a top-six player, but the Blues are a deep team with scoring threats all over the lineup. With some recent success, Steen could be worth a look in deeper formats.
Steen scored twice and added an assist in Thursday's 5-1 win over Buffalo. He had five shots and was plus-4.
Injury and lack of production have made it a miserable season for the 35-year-old winger, but he finally scored his first two goals of the season in the third period. Steen also assisted on Robert Thomas' opening goal, giving him a three-point night after he had entered the game with just eight assists in 28 games. Steen's offensive game has tapered off with age and Thursday's performance is likely more of a blip than a sign of things to come. Still, it was an encouraging performance for the veteran.
Steen dished out an assist in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Sharks.
Steen is still searching for his first goal of the year, but he has three assists over the past four games and eight total this year. The 35-year-old winger is toiling on the third line, as he's discovered chemistry with Tyler Bozak and youngster Robert Thomas, but he's been excluded from the power play lately.
Steen posted an assist and two hits in Tuesday's 3-1 loss to the Coyotes.
Steen found Tyler Bozak for the Blues' only goal of the game. The 35-year-old winger will gladly put December behind him -- he had just the one assist in eight appearances this month. Steen has been limited to six helpers in 25 games this year after missing over a month with an ankle injury. He's not producing at a viable rate for most fantasy owners.
Steen (ankle) will return to the lineup Saturday against the Blackhawks, Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Steen is back in the fold after missing the last 16 games, and he's expected to return to the bottom six while logging considerable penalty-kill time. The 25-year-old doesn't have much fantasy upside anymore with zero goals and five assists over 17 games this season.
Coach Craig Berube said Sunday that Steen (ankle) won't play in Tuesday's road game against Buffalo, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Steen was sidelined for Sunday's practice as he still manages an ankle issue. He was initially given a four-week recovery timeline when he suffered the injury Nov. 7, so he appears to be closing in on a return. Both he and Oskar Sundqvist (lower body) won't suit up, so Berube said the team will call up a forward ahead of Tuesday's game. The veteran forward has five assists through 17 games, and he'll likely fill in on the bottom six once he's ready.
Steen (ankle) won't play in Saturday's matchup against the Maple Leafs, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Steen will miss his 14th consecutive game, but it's a positive sign that he skated in a session with Oskar Sundqvist (lower body) ahead of Friday's practice. Coach Craig Berube relayed that Steen is getting closer, and he's nearing the end of his initial four-week recovery timeline. The veteran forward has five assists through 17 games, and he'll likely fill in on the bottom six once he's ready.
Steen remains out with an ankle injury but did resume skating activity Saturday, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Steen has been out of action since Nov. 6 and remains weeks away from a return, but the forward took a step in the right direction Saturday by taking the ice and resuming skating duties. Don't expect to see the 35-year-old suit up for a game until mid-December, though Steen is certainly closing in on a return to competitive action.
Steen suffered a high ankle sprain and will miss at least the next four weeks.
At this point, the earliest fantasy owners can expect Steen back in the lineup is Dec. 7 versus Toronto. The winger has yet to score a goal in 17 games this season and managed only five assists and 22 shots over that stretch. Without Steen in the lineup, new acquisition Jacob De La Rose figures to find himself inserted into the lineup right away. Given the timeline for Steen's recovery, the Winnipeg native should be placed on injured reserve in short order.
Steen (lower body) will not return to Wednesday's game versus the Oilers after colliding awkwardly with Alex Chiasson in the second period.
The collision was bad enough for the Blues to rule Steen out for the remainder of the game. The 35-year-old skated 8:34 in the contest. After the game, coach Craig Berube had no update on Steen's condition. If he misses time, the newly-acquired Jacob De La Rose would likely take his spot in the lineup.
Steen notched an assist and two shots on goal in Tuesday's 2-1 overtime win over the Canucks.
Steen's fifth assist of the year came on a Tyler Bozak goal in the second period. The 35-year-old winger has added 21 blocked shots and 22 shots on goal in 16 games this year. He's no longer a significant scoring threat in a bottom-six role, but the defensively-responsible forward can chip in some offense here and there.
Steen (lower body) had two shots on goal and 16:19 of playing time in Wednesday's 2-1 win over the Wild.
Steen was injured in Sunday's game but back-to-back off days for the Blues helped him get right back into the lineup Wednesday. The 35-year-old is off to a slow start offensively, with no goals and four assists after 13 games. He had 10 goals and 27 points in 65 games last season.
Steen (lower body) will play in Wednesday's matchup against the Wild, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Initially deemed a game-time decision, Steen tested it out in warmups and is ready to rock. He's expected to work on the third line with Tyler Bozak and Robby Thomas. Steen has three helpers over the last six games.
Steen (lower body) is a game-time decision for Wednesday's matchup against the Wild, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Steen was injured during this past Sunday's game against the Red Wings, but there's reasons to be optimistic that he'll suit up Wednesday. He skated Wednesday morning and took line rushes with the third unit, and coach Craig Berube already said Robby Fabbri would sit out, according to Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Without Fabbri, the Blues only have 12 healthy forwards, so unless they recalled a player, Steen is trending toward suiting up.
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