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Steve Ott | Winger | #9

Team: Detroit Red Wings
Age / DOB:  (34) / 8/19/1982
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 189
Drafted: 2000 / Rd. 1 (25) / DAL
Contract: view contract details

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Steve Ott has signed a one-year contract with Detroit worth $800K.
The 33-year-old veteran rebounded for 21 games played after missing most of the season with a nasty hamstring injury. In 2014-15, Ott posted 12 points and 86 PIMs in 78 games for the Blues. Jul 1 - 4:42 PM

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Steve Ott will spend Game 6 in the press box.

Ott hasn't appeared in the Blues game since March 17. He has an assist in nine playoff games.
May 25 - 9:10 PM

It looks as though forward Steve Ott will be a healthy scratch for the St. Louis Blues in Game 5 of their Western Conference Final series against the San Jose Sharks Monday night.

Ott was sitting out of the rushes while David Backes (upper body) and Robby Fabbri (lower body) were skating in the Blues' pregame warmup.
May 23 - 7:47 PM

Steve Ott could be in the lineup for Game 5 on Monday night.

Scottie Upshall was the other extra forward who dressed for the Game 4 warmup, but he has already said that he won't play. That means that at least Robby Fabbri (lower body) or David Backes (upper body) is expected to play. If they are both able to play then Ott will be scratched.

Steve Ott is expected to stay in the lineup for Game 2 against San Jose.

He has played on the fourth line with Kyle Brodziak and Scottie Upshall for the Blues' last two playoff games. Ott has one assist and six penalty minutes in eight appearances this postseason.
May 17 - 2:48 PM

Steve Ott was back in the lineup for Game 7 against Dallas on Wednesday night.

Ott played in six straight games before sitting out five consecutive contests as a healthy scratch, but Dmitrij Jaskin and Ryan Reaves were in the press box instead. Ott logged 8:28 of ice time in his return, while picking up two penalty minutes and one hit.
May 12 - 9:30 AM

Steve Ott will be a healthy scratch in Game 2 against the Stars on Sunday afternoon.

Ryan Reaves is expected to take his spot in the lineup. Ott has one assist, two penalty minutes and a plus-1 rating this postseason. He averages 6:50 of ice time per game this postseason, so scratching him won't make much of a difference for the Blues.
May 1 - 2:48 PM

Steve Ott will tag in for Ryan Reaves in Game 3 on Sunday against Chicago.

This will be Ott's first game since his gruesome hamstring injury back on Dec. 5th. Before the injury, he posted two points with 34 PIMs and hits in 21 games. In 46 career playoff games, the veteran has posted seven points with 72 PIMs and 100 hits.
Apr 17 - 2:51 PM

Steve Ott was made a late scratch for Game 2 against Chicago on Friday night.

Ott still hasn't played since early December, but that appears to be nearing its end as Coach Hitchcock has indicated his interest in getting the veteran back into the lineup.
Apr 15 - 8:32 PM

Steve Ott (hamstring) is ready to play in Game 1.

It remains to be seen if the Blues will use him though. He hasn't played since Dec. 5 and served as an extra in Tuesday's practice.
Apr 12 - 4:33 PM

Steve Ott has been diagnosed with colitis and he will be re-evaluated in two weeks.

He hasn't been able to skate lately because of colitis, which is an inflammation of the lining of the colon. Ott hasn't played since Dec. 5 because of a hamstring injury and he was getting close to returning from that ailment. He will miss the start of the playoffs now.
Apr 7 - 9:01 AM

Steve Ott (hamstring) didn't skate on Wednesday at practice.

"I think we should probably wait on Steve's situation and we'll get you something in the next 24 hours on him," coach Ken Hitchcock said. It doesn't look like he will return before the end of the regular season.
Apr 6 - 6:41 PM

Steve Ott's (hamstring) return appears to be just around the corner.

Ott won't play on Friday, but he will participate in the Blues' gameday practice. From there he might rejoin St. Louis on Sunday, although nothing has been decided yet.
Mar 31 - 5:16 PM

Steve Ott (hamstring) doesn't have a timetable for when he'll be back in the lineup.

"It's a process, especially for me because we don't really have a real timeline we're working with," Ott said. "It's more a feel. Good days, bad days, but a lot more good days than bad days. That's kind of where we're at right now." He hasn't played since early December because of torn hamstrings.
Mar 17 - 9:39 AM

Steve Ott (hamstring surgery) finally returned to practice on Friday afternoon, and hopes to return to action soon.

"It’s a lot louder on the ice with Otter out here. He can’t keep his mouth shut, he’s always yapping," captain David Backes jokingly told Chris Pinkert. "He brings another level of energy to the group and you just love to see him back on the ice from how horrific that injury was, to hoping he can get a nod to go in short order. That’s encouraging." There's no timetable for Ott's return, and the Blues have just 14 games remaining before the playoffs begin. We wouldn't count on him contributing this season.
Mar 11 - 5:37 PM

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