Gunnarsson (concussion) has been activated from injured reserve.
Gunnarsson is expected to return to the lineup on Friday vs. the Ducks. Gunnarsson has been sidelined since December 6th, but should be back in tonight. He has one goal and four assists in 20 games this season.
Gunnarsson (concussion) won’t play until after New Year.
When Petteri Lindbohm was sent back to the AHL this morning, there was some optimism that Gunnarsson was close. He is improving, but he will not play tonight or tomorrow. The Blues first game after New Year’s is Friday in Anaheim.
Gunnarsson (head) is not expected to play on Monday.
Gunnarsson took a pretty fierce elbow to the head in the Blues win vs. the Islanders on Saturday. He left the game and did not return. There was no word no whether the 28-year-old suffered a concussion, but his absence at the Blues morning skate suggests he will miss tonight’s game—Ian Cole will return to the lineup.
Gunnarsson (hip) will make his Blues debut on Tueday.
Gunnarrsson has been recovering from offseason hip surgery but has finally told the Blues that he is ready to go. He will make his debut tomorrow vs. the Stars. Gunnarsson, who was acquired from the Maple Leafs for Roman Polak and a fourth-round pick this summer will likely be paired with Barrett Jackman
Gunnarsson (hip) has received medical clearance to play.
Gunnarsson has yet to make his Blues debut because of the hip issue he was dealing with, but he has been cleared and should will make his debut on Thursday vs. the Kings. Gunnarsson has a career-high of 20 points, so he is not a fantasy asset, but will definitely help the Blues on defence.
Gunnarsson has already been ruled out for the first week of the season but will not go on IR and should only miss three or four games. He is not an offensive threat and won't help you fantasy team, but will be a steady presence on the Blues back-end.
The Blues acquired Carl Gunnarsson in exchange for Roman Polak and a fourth-round pick on Saturday.
Gunnarsson had three goals and 14 assists in 80 games with the Maple Leafs last season. He averaged 19:25 TOI playing on the top pairing with Dion Phaneuf. He will likely slot in on the Blues' bottom pair or on the second unit with Kevin Shattenkirk. He will be better off playing a reduced role in St. Louis.