Alex Steen Injury: Updates on Blues Star’s Lower Body and Return

March 28th, 2015 by Joseph Zucker Leave a reply »
Although the St. Louis Blues are sitting pretty in the NHL playoff race, they may have a problem on their hands in the shape of Alex Steen, as he is out of the lineup after suffering a lower-body injury.

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Steen Out vs. Canucks Monday, March 30 Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Steen will not play against the Vancouver Canucks. 

On March 28, the Blues announced Steen had suffered a lower-body injury Saturday and would be unable to return to the game. Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Steen had hit Blue Jackets defenseman Cody Goloubef in a knee-to-knee collision, which led to the injury.

After the game, Rutherford reported Steen appeared to be walking OK as he left the arena.

The timing of the issue couldn't be much worse, with the 31-year-old registering eight points in his last seven games heading into the weekend. He's enjoying a rich vein of form, one that might halt should he be forced to miss time.

Steen is third on the team in goals (24) and first in assists (38). There's no question that St. Louis will ...

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