Despite Steen saying that he did not think he would play tonight, he will be back in the lineup after missing the last two games with a lower-body injury. Steen has five goals and 11 assists in 26 games this season.
Steen (lower-body) doesn't think he will play on Thursday.
Steen was at practice on Wednesday, but said that he will not play on Thursday vs. the Islanders. It will be the third straight game that he has missed, but his availability at practice on Wednesday suggests that he is close and could be back for Saturday's clash with the Avalanche.
Steen (lower-body) is not expected to play on Monday.
Steen, who missed Saturday’s game on Long Island, did not take part in the Blues morning skate, which suggests that he will miss a second straight game. Steen’s injury is not believed to be serious, so consider him day-to-day.
Steen took part in warmups, but was a late scratch for the afternoon's game vs. the Islanders. Coach Hitchcock said that a couple of players are banged up, so it sounds like Steen is battling a minor injury. Joakim Lindstrom will enter the lineup.
Steen (flu) is not on the ice for the Blues morning skate.
Steen stepped onto the ice alone before the skate, but as soon as his teammates started filing onto the ice, he left. Steen is among a few Blues' players battling the flu, expect an update after practice, but it doesn't look like Steen will be in tonight.
Steen (upper-body) will return to the Blues lineup on Tuesday.
Steen has missed the last three games, but will be back in tonight vs. Washington. He has had an exceptional year, potting 33 goals with 27 assists (60 points) in 64 games. Expect him to skate on the top-line with his regular centreman David Backes.
Steen will miss his third consecutive game on Sunday. The Blues announced that the injury was not serious, but with the condensed schedule over the weekend, Steen has been forced to sit out. Monitor his status prior to Tuesday's game vs. Washington.
Steen has been labeled as day-to-day by head coach Ken Hitchcock. He will be replaced by Dmitrij Jaskin in the lineup tonight. The Blues will take on the Avalanche on Satruday, monitor Steen's status leading up to that game.
Despite being injured just two days ago, Steen will be in the lineup this afternoon. He has registered two goals and two assists in his last three games and has 26 goals and 16 assists with a plus-17 rating in 39 games this season.
Steen was injured on Thursday and likely won't play tonight, but is not expected to miss a lengthy period of time. He missed 11 games with a concussion earlier in the month, but didn't appear to miss a beat registering two goals and two assists in his first four games back. Consider Steen day-to-day and monitor his status prior to tonight's game, but it looks as if Derek Roy will be in and Steen will be out.
Steen went down in the corner and was slow to stand up. He appeared to jam his right foot into the crease of the boards, and getting up slowly, he rested on the bench briefly. Steen attempted to skate it off, putting limited pressure on his right leg. He stayed in the game briefly, but with 2:57 left in the second period, he headed for the locker room and didn’t return. “He’s day-to-day” Blues coach Ken Hitchcock said. “We’ll see where he is in a day or so. He’ll be back.” Monitor Steen's status during Saturday's morning skate.
Steen (concussion) will be back in the Blues lineup on Saturday.
Steen has missed the last 11 games with a concussion that he suffered on December 21. Despite all the time that he missed, he is still tied for 5th in the NHL with 24 goals. Steen has had a tremendous season and should be activated in all formats for Saturday.