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20 Alexander Steen LW
Height/Weight: 6-0/212 | Birthdate: 3/1/1984 | Birthplace: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | Team: St. Louis Blues | College: None | NHL Experience: 9 | Salary: $3,566,667 | Owned/Started%: 95/57 | Average Draft Position: 120.25
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4/17/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Scores Shortie In Game 1 Loss

News: Alexander Steen scored shorthanded late in Thursday's Game 1 loss to the Wild, but the Blues ultimately fell 4-2. He went minus-1 with just the one shot on goal and a hit in the contest.
Analysis: The loss will no doubt make Blues fans a little jittery, as the club was contained by Minnesota and only managed 21 shots on net, including just one shot from the line of Alexander Steen, Vladimir Tarasenko and Jori Lehtera. Steen and his teammates are too talented to be held down for long, however, and should turn things around starting with Game 2 on Saturday.

4/11/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Returns, Gets Two Helpers

News: Alexander Steen (lower body) returned to action Saturday and delivered two assists in a win over the Wild. He finished the regular season with 24 goals and 40 assists in 74 games -- those 64 points are a new career mark.
Analysis: It's nice to get him back in uniform before the playoffs. The Blues will need him if they hope to improve on their past performances.

4/11/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen To Play Saturday

News: Alexander Steen (lower body) will return to the lineup Saturday against the Wild, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Analysis: The Blues will welcome their top two scorers in Vladimir Tarasenko (71 points) and Alexander Steen (62) back in the lineup as the team looks to solidify the best record in the Western Conference with a win Saturday. Steen, who has missed the last six games with the injury, was able to complete Friday's optional practice without incident, so it looks like he could be on tap for his regular role in the Blues' top-six ranks. Saturday's game should be enough for Steen to seamlessly reintegrate himself with his linemates ahead of the playoffs.

4/10/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Skates Thursday Morning

News: Alexander Steen (lower body) got in a skate Thursday morning, NHL.com's Lou Korac reports.
Analysis: Alexander Steen has reportedly skated separately from the team on a couple previous occasions, but Thursday marked the first time he had worked out in front of the media. It's still not apparent when Steen may resume practicing in full with the team, so don't count on him to suit up in the Blues' season finale Saturday against the Wild.

4/9/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen To Miss Another Game

News: Alexander Steen (lower body) will miss Thursday's game against the Blackhawks, NHL.com's Lou Korac reports.
Analysis: Alexander Steen was absent for Wednesday's optional practice, which made it easy for coach Ken Hitchcock to quickly rule out the forward for a sixth straight contest. His chances of playing in the Blues' season finale Saturday against the Wild appear slim at this point, so the team could be turning its sights to having him available for the start of the playoffs.

4/6/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Remains Out

News: Alexander Steen (lower body) won't play Tuesday against the Jets, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Analysis: Alexander Steen, who has missed four games with his lower-body injury, took the ice on Monday, but the soonest that he might return to action is Thursday against Chicago, and that's not a lock to happen.

4/5/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Still Out

News: Alexander Steen (lower body) won't play Sunday against Chicago.
Analysis: Alexander Steen resumed skating with the Blues on Saturday, but at this stage it's unclear whether or not he's a candidate to resume action Tuesday against the Jets.

4/5/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Skates With Team Saturday

News: Alexander Steen (lower body) resumed skating with the team Saturday, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Analysis: Alexander Steen isn't expected to return to the ice for Sunday's game against the Blackhawks, but the fact that he's back skating with the team suggests he could be on track to play at some point during the final week of the regular season. He was previously limited to skating on his own on two occasions rather than with the team after suffering the injury last weekend against the Blue Jackets.

4/3/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Out Again Thursday

News: Alexander Steen (lower body) will not play in Friday's contest against the Stars, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Analysis: It will mark the third straight game that Alexander Steen has missed. The winger is traveling with the Blues for their two-game road trip, but it's unclear yet if he'll be available for Sunday's tilt with the Blackhawks. He hasn't resumed skating with the team since leaving a game last weekend with a probable knee injury.

4/2/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Out Thursday

News: Alexander Steen (lower body) will not play Thursday against the Flames, NHL.com's Lou Korac reports.
Analysis: Alexander Steen will sit out a second straight game with the injury and remains day-to-day. With another top-six forward in Vladimir Tarasenko (lower body) also out Thursday, the Blues called up Ty Rattie from AHL Chicago to help restore some depth on the wing.

4/1/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Looking Doubtful For Thursday

News: Alexander Steen (lower body) appears doubtful to play Thursday against the Flames, NHL.com's Lou Korac reports.
Analysis: Though coach Ken Hitchcock reiterated Wednesday that Alexander Steen was day-to-day, the forward's absence from practice suggests that he's in danger of missing a second straight game. With Vladimir Tarasenko also expected to sit out Thursday, Patrik Berglund and Dmitrij Jaskin are in line to fill top-six roles for the Blues.

3/30/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Sidelined Monday

News: Alexander Steen (lower body) won't play Monday against the Canucks, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Analysis: With Alexander Steen considered day-to-day and out Monday, Olli Jokinen is on track to re-join the Blues' forward mix Monday night.

3/29/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Day-To-Day

News: Alexander Steen (lower body) is day-to-day in advance of Monday's game against the Canucks, NHL.com's Lou Korac reports.
Analysis: While Alexander Steen is viewed as questionable for Monday's game, it would appear as though the injury that forced the winger out of Saturday's contest is not a major issue.

3/28/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues Lose Steen After Knee-On-Knee Collision

News: Alexander Steen left Saturday's game after playing four shifts in the first period and will not return, according to Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. He collided knee-on-knee with Blue Jackets' defender Cody Goloubef.
Analysis: He winced in pain and retreated to the dressing room. The Blues can ill afford to have him on the sidelines. The forward has 24 goals and 62 points in 73 games while averaging more than 20 minutes of ice time this season.

3/24/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL Blues' Steen Pots OT Winner

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Pots OT Winner

News: Alexander Steen scored 35 seconds into overtime Tuesday to deliver a 3-2 victory over the Penguins.
Analysis: That's scoresheet appearances in three straight and six of seven now for Alexander Steen, who's totaled eight points in that seven-game span. He's now matched last year's season-high 62 points, proving emphatically that his 2013-14 breakout was no fluke.

3/23/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL Blues' Steen Scores In Loss

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Scores In Loss

News: Alexander Steen scored the team's lone goal -- a power-play tally -- in Sunday's 2-1 loss to the Red Wings.
Analysis: Alexander Steen has been on fire lately, recording seven points -- three of which have come on the man advantage -- in his last six contests. He's just one point away from his career-high 62-point campaign from last season and should be rolled out everyday.

3/22/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Has Assist In Loss

News: Alexander Steen picked up his 38th assist of the year on the power play Saturday in a 6-3 loss to the Wild. He was minus-1 with two shots and a block in the game.
Analysis: Alexander Steen hits the 60-point mark for the second consecutive season and will set a career-high if he can pick up at least three points in the Blues' last 10 games of the season. His strong season has flown under the radar a bit, but he is among the top 25 scorers in the league and also find himself in that select company on the power play. He is an everyday must play.

3/17/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL Steen Tallies Twice For Blues

Alexander Steen

Steen Tallies Twice For Blues

News: Alexander Steen opened the scoring in the second period and added a second goal in the third frame Tuesday in a 4-0 win over Calgary.
Analysis: Since he scored the first goal, Alexander Steen ended up with the game-winner, and he went plus-3 to boot. After a nine-game stretch in which he missed the scoresheet eight times, the veteran's rebounded with three goals and five points over his last three contests.

3/15/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Nets PPG In Win

News: Alexander Steen scored a power-play goal and had an assist in Sunday's win over the Stars.
Analysis: Alexander Steen has racked up six points in his last five games, giving him 20 goals and 57 points in 67 games on the season. While he recently went through a brief pointless drought, the 31-year-old is a steady offensive contributor who should land in the 60-70 point range.

3/7/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Snaps Six-Game Drought

News: Alexander Steen snapped a six-game point drought with three assists in Saturday's win over Toronto.
Analysis: Oddly enough, he has nine points (one goal, eight assists) in his last 11 games, but those points have come in just three games (three points each in each of the three games). That's a potential back breaker in head-to-head play, but fine in regular play ... as long as you keep him in an active role. Don't be tempted to sit him in those formats or you'll miss out.

2/20/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Records Trio Of Assists

News: Alexander Steen set up three goals in Friday's win over the Bruins.
Analysis: With two more primary assists Friday, Alexander Steen has now dished out 21 first assists this season -- seventh most in the NHL. He's got seven points in his last five games and is up to 19 goals and 51 points in 56 games on the season. Considering the top-line forward has recorded three three-point games in his last 10 outings, Steener is simply a must-start every game.

2/13/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Starting Another Hot Streak?

News: Alexander Steen scored a goal and dished out two assists -- one on the power play -- in Thursday's 6-3 win over Tampa Bay.
Analysis: Alexander Steen factored into the Blues' first three goals, helping them jump out to 2-0 and 3-1 leads. He's got points (and goals) in consecutive games now for the first time since his enormous January hot streak; maybe this is the start of a new streak for him alongside T.J. Oshie and David Backes on the top line for St. Louis. That said, it's not like he'd exactly been cold in recent days -- he just had a relatively modest four points in the seven games prior to this warming period.

2/11/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL Blues' Steen Scores In Win

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Scores In Win

News: Alexander Steen scored his 18th goal of the season Tuesday in a win over Arizona. He was plus-1 and took six shots in the game.
Analysis: Alexander Steen and his linemates T.J. Oshie and David Backes have been on fire since January 1. Steen has 22 points since the calendar flipped to 2015, which has brings him up to 45 points in 52 games on the season.

2/1/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Pots Two And Assists On One

News: Alexander Steen tallied a pair of goals and an assist in Sundays' 4-3 win over the Capitals.
Analysis: After a great stretch in which he recorded 18 points in 10 games, Alexander Steen went two games without a point before lighting up the scoresheet again. The 30-year-old has been one of the best players in 2015, and has 43 points through 47 games on the season.

1/20/2015

Alexander Steen, C, STL Blues' Steen Extends Scoring Rampage To 10 Games

Alexander Steen

Blues' Steen Extends Scoring Rampage To 10 Games

News: Alexander Steen piled on another two assists in Monday's 3-1 win over Colorado. He's now on a 10-game point streak, a career high.
Analysis: The guy has simply been the hottest player in the world since the calendar flipped to 2015, racking up an obscene 18 points in his last 10 games, skyrocketing back up to a near point-per-game pace (40 in 44 games). Alexander Steen's linemates haven't just come along for the ride either: David Backes (17 points) and T.J. Oshie (14 points) have co-starred during the 10-game goal-fest as well, making them easily the most dangerous trio in all of hockey. It's important to note, though, that the Blues are now on an extended nine-day vacation where they play a grand total of zero games, which sadly means that owners will have to cross their fingers that the hot streak will continue for Steen and Co. when they play their next game Jan. 29 against Nashville.