Stastny (shoulder) will return to the Blues lineup on Thursday.
Stastny has missed the last eight games with a shoulder injury, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Devils. He will skate between Alex Steen and Joakim Lindstrom to start tonight. He has one goal and three assists in four games this season.
Stastny (shoulder) has been cleared for contact; could play later this week.
Stastny will miss his seventh straight game tonight and will likely miss his eighth tomorrow, but getting in a couple contact practices over the next few days could have him back in the lineup on Thursday vs. New Jersey or Saturday against the Predators.
Stastny (shoulder) is skating at Blues practice this morning.
Stastny is not taking part in line rushes or shooting, but he continues to skate as he works his way back from a shoulder injury. Not shooting is not an encouraging sign that he is getting close, but it is a step in the right direction.
The Blues have placed Paul Stastny (shoulder) on injured reserve.
Stastny has skated the last two days, but has yet to start shooting the puck. He remains week-to-week and his designation to IR allowed the Blues to recall Dmitrij Jaskin from Chicago, but he is eligible to return to the lineup whenever he is healthy.
Stastny (shoulder) skated for the second straight day, but still not shooting.
It is a good sign that Stastny is back on the ice, but he is plagued by a shoulder injury, so don't get too excited until he starts shooting the biscuit. He will miss his third game in a row on Saturday and his week-to-week status has not changed.
Stastny is out week-to-week with a shoulder injury.
Stastny was injured in the Blues contest on Saturday night and will miss an extended period of time with a shoulder issue. Week-to-week is a very vague timetable, but expect him to miss at least one week and be re-evaluated after that. He had one goal and three assists in his first four games with the Blues.
Stastny left Saturday's game with an arm injury an did not return. He was injured when he was hit into the boards and was spotted leaving the arena with his arm in a sling. The Blues would only say that he won't play tonight, but would not go any further. Consider him day-to-day for now.
Stastny (Lower Body) is expected to play Saturday.
Stastny missed practice friday but was back on the ice for Saturdays morning skate and is expected to in the line up vs the Flames. Stastny scored in his Blues debut and with snipers Vladimir Tarasenko and Alex Steen on his wings, Stastny is set up for another good year so get him in your line up when he's healthy.
Stastny (lower-body) is not on the ice for the Blues practice on Friday.
Stastny was shaken up on a hit by Dan Girardi in last night's loss vs the Rangers. He stayed in the game and said that he was fine after the game. It appeared as if he got caught in the quad and could be suffering from a charlie horse, an injury that tends to tighten up the following day. Expect Stastny to play on Saturday vs. the Flames.
The Blues have signed Paul Stastny to a four-year deal worth $28 million.
Stastny, 28, gets big money from the Blues after scoring 25 goals with 35 assists (60 points) in 71 games. Stastny heads to St. Louis where his dad played in 1993-95 and gives the Blues four very good centres.
Stastny has missed the last four games with a back injury, but will return tonight. Stastny will return to his regular spot between Gabriel Landeskog and Nathan MacKinnon. He has tallied 20 goals and 27 assists (47 points) with a plus-10 rating in 58 games this season.
Stastny (back) could be back in the Avs' lineup on Tuesday.
Stastny has missed the last four game after suffering a back injury on March 8. The Avalanche won three of the four games, but getting Stastny and his 47 points (20G / 27A) will certainly bolster their lineup. Monitor his status throughout Tuesday afternoon.
Stastny, who only played one shift on Saturday, is listed as day-to-day. The Avalanche will dress seven defensemen and 11 forwards tonight, with Nathan MacKinnon centring Gabriel Landeskog and Jamie McGinn.