The Blues have signed Carl Gunnarsson to a three-year extension worth $8.7 million.
Gunnarsson, 29, has dressed in 62 games for the Blues this season, tallying seven points (2G / 5A), 27 penalty minutes and a plus-6 rating. Across 427 career regular season games between the Blues and Maple Leafs, Gunnarsson has registered 105 points (19G / 86A), 121 penalty minutes and a plus-30 rating.
Gunnarsson (upper-body) will not play on Wednesday; was not activated from IR in time.
Gunnarsson was healthy enough to play tonight in Detroit, but Blues’ GM Doug Armstrong said that he did not activate him from IR in time for him to play tonight. With Gunnarsson and Colton Parayko both out, the Blues will go with 13 forwards and five defensemen.
Gunnarsson (upper-body) will return to the Blues lineup on Wednesday.
Gunnarsson has missed the last four games with an upper-body injury, but he is expected to be activated from IR and play on Wednesday vs. the Red Wings. With Gunnarsson back in expect Andre Benoit to be a healthy scratch.
Gunnarsson is week-to-week with an upper-body injury.
Gunnarsson suffered an upper-body injury in Sunday’s shootout win in Los Angeles. He is listed as week-to-week and it appears he will miss an extended period of time. Chris Butler will play in Gunnarsson’s spot on Tuesday.
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.