Hutton gave up four goals on 25 shots in the Blues’ loss in Washington on November 23rd. Tonight, Hutton will make his sixth start of the season. So far, he has gone 2-4-0 with a 2.98 GAA and .891 SV%. He’ll face a Jets team that has lost six of their last eight games, but rank 13th in the NHL in scoring (2.62 GF/PG).
Allen allowed three goals on 21 shots in the Blues’ win over the Stars on Monday. Allen has won six straight games while posting a rock-solid 1.95 GAA and .933 SV%. As impressive as those numbers are, his numbers on home-ice are even better—the 26-year-old is 8-0-2 with a 1.57 GAA and .940 SV% at the Scottrade Center this season.
Steen (upper-body) will return to the Blues’ lineup on Thursday.
Steen has missed the last six games with an upper-body injury, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Lightning. Steen has picked up 10 points (2G / 8A) in 17 games this season and tonight he will skate in between Vladimir Tarasenko and Robby Fabbri.
Allen allowed three goals on 31 shots in the Blues’ win over the Wild on Saturday. Allen has now won five games in a row while posting a 1.77 GAA and .943 SV%. Tonight, Allen will make his 10th start on home ice—in the previous nine he has gone 7-0-2 with a 1.42 GAA and .947 SV%. He is a must-start on Monday.
Allen gave up two goals on 41 shots in the Blues’ win in Boston on Tuesday. Carter Hutton got the nod on Wednesday, so they’ll go back to Allen tonight vs. Minnesota. Allen has won his last four starts while turning aside 121 of 127 shots (.953 SV%). Tonight he faces the Wild for the second time this season—he stopped 19 of 21 shots in a 3-2 win in the first meeting.
Steen (undisclosed) returned to practice on Friday.
Steen has missed the last four games with an undisclosed injury, but returned to practice on Friday and could be back in the lineup on Saturday. Steen has two goals and eight assists (10 points) in 17 games this season, monitor his status during the Blues’ morning skate.
Steen (undisclosed) will not travel on the Blues’ two-game road-trip.
Steen has missed the las two games with an undisclosed injury and is expected to miss the Blues’ short two-game losing streak. There’s no word as to what is ailing Steen, but it will keep him sidelined for a few more games at the very least. Ty Rattie will remain in the lineup with Steen out.
Allen allowed a single goal on 31 shots in the Blues’ win vs. the Predators on Saturday. Allen has won three straight starts while posting a 1.33 GAA and .952 SV%. Allen has started playing much better, but will be in tough tonight in Boston. The Bruins are playing great hockey and come in having won four of their last five.
The Blues have acquired Reid McNeill from Pittsburgh for Danny Kristo.
McNeill, 24, was a sixth round pick (170th overall) in 2010 and has never appeared in an NHL game. The 6-foot-4, 215 lbs. defenseman has one goal and one assist in 14 games with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton this season and will report to Chicago (AHL).
Allen allowed two goals on 31 shots in the Blues’ win over the Sharks on Thursday. Allen has won his last two starts while stopping 52 of 55 shots (.946 SV%). He’ll get the nod against a surging Predators team—Nashville has won four of their last five while averaging 3.60 goals per game.
Allen stopped 23 of 24 shots in the Blues’ win over the Sabres on Tuesday. Allen has gone 2-2-1 with a 3.43 GAA and .874 SV% in the month of November. Overall, his 2016-17 numbers aren’t great, but he has been excellent on home-ice. Allen is 4-0-2 with a 1.15 GAA and .954 SV% in six starts at the Scottrade Center.