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Alexander Steen | Winger

Team: St Louis Blues
Age / DOB:  (30) / 3/1/1984
Ht / Wt:  5'11' / 212
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Alexander Steen registered his fifth goal of the season for the Blues in Tuesday's 3-2 shootout loss to Ottawa.
Steen has now recorded points in three straight contests to give him 15 in 22 outings on the year. The secondary scoring he provides is crucial for the Blues and will go a long way in determining their success this season. Ian Cole also scored his first of the campaign in the loss. Nov 25 - 11:19 PM

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Alexander Steen registered two assists in St. Louis' 4-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets.

The 30-year-old picked up assists on Jaden Schwartz and David Backes' power play goals. Steen has come back to earth after a terrific offensive season last year. He now has four goals and 14 points in 21 games this season. He was named the game's first star. Ryan Reaves and Paul Stastny also scored for the Blues.
Nov 23 - 7:19 PM

Blues' coach Ken Hitchcock was impressed with Alex Steen's performance in Saturday's win against Ottawa.

Steen had one goal and seven shots on goal in the contest. "I was really happy with Steener's game today," Hitchcock said. "That was the Steen that we saw play last year. He was really determined and he made a huge impact in the game." The 30-year-old has four goals and 12 points in 20 games this season.
Nov 23 - 11:09 AM

Alexander Steen scored the winning goal for the Blues in their 2-0 win over the Western Conference titans, the Anaheim Ducks.

Steen has found the scoresheet in three of his past four games, and has six points in nine games this season so far this season. His goal came early in the first period with assists from Carl Gunnarsson and Kevin Shattenkirk.
Oct 30 - 11:48 PM

Alexander Steen (illness) was OK to play Thursday.

He played with fellow Swedes Patrik Berglund and Joakim Lindstrom, but his assist in the match came on a power-play goal by Kevin Shattenkirk. Steen also posted four shots and a minus-2 rating in 21:01 of ice time. There's a flu bug circulating through the Blues' locker room, but everyone played through it in a 4-1 loss to Vancouver.
Oct 24 - 12:03 PM

Alexander Steen (illness) was on the ice briefly for Thursday's skate.

It's unclear if he'll be available to play against Vancouver, so considered him questionable. If he does suit up then he's expected to play alongside Patrik Berglund and Joakim Lindstrom.
Oct 23 - 2:08 PM

Alexander Steen is dealing with an illness.

Steen missed Wednesday's morning skate as a result. St. Louis is scheduled to play on Thursday and he should be regarded as questionable for that game.
Oct 22 - 2:42 PM

Alexander Steen unleashed a team-high six shots against the Kings on Thursday night, but Jonathan Quick stopped all of them en route to a 1-0 shutout victory for L.A.

Steen has just one assist through three games in his chase to match last year's productive campaign. It's still too early to tell if Steen is up to the challenge, but he might have had a goal on Thursday if Quick wasn't stopping everything the Blues fired at him.
Oct 17 - 1:42 AM

Alexander Steen has one assist in two games this season.

He is playing alongside talented playmaker Paul Stastny, so the potential for 20-30 goals is there. "His hockey IQ is unbelievable," Steen said of Stastny. "Very good hockey sense. When I'm in a good spot, I know he sees me, he knows where I am and he tries to find me, get me the puck. He's just real easy to read off of, real easy to play with." The duo should be productive once they build some chemistry.
Oct 15 - 1:08 PM

Left winger Alexander Steen, who was held out of the Blues' previous two preseason games because of an undisclosed injury, scored one of the St. Louis goals in the team's 3-1 exhibition triumph over the Carolina Hurricanes Tuesday night.

Also scoring for the Blues were David Backes and Vladimir Tarasenko. Ryan Murphy had Carolina's only goal. Brian Elliott was the winning goal, giving up only the Murphy goal on 20 Carolina shots. Canes goalie Cam Ward let in three goals on the Blues' 29 shots.
Sep 30 - 10:23 PM

Alexander Steen (undisclosed) will get into St. Louis' lineup on Tuesday night.

He was held out of the team's previous two preseason contests after he got "banged up" in a scrimmage. Steen is excited to be seeing game action even if it is just the exhibition schedule. He's slated to play with Paul Stastny and Joakim Lindstrom.
Sep 30 - 4:35 PM

Alex Steen will not play in the Blues’ preseason game against Columbus on Thursday due to an undisclosed injury.

According to Blues head coach Ken Hitchcock, the injury isn’t considered serious. "He got banged up in the scrimmage yesterday so we just (pulled) him out," said Hitchcock. We’ll get back to him next week once we finish the evaluation, but we’re not taking any chances on the veteran guys. When a guy gets pulled out, you’re always concerned, but right now, it’s day to day." Whenever Steen returns, he's expected to play on a line with Paul Stastny.
Sep 25 - 3:01 PM

Alex Steen put together a career year in 2013-14, compiling career highs in goals (33) and points (62), raising the question of whether he can maintain those fine fantasy stats in the future.

Steen's solid production occurred in just 68 games during a season where the veteran celebrated his 30th birthday. After posting under 30 points in three of the five seasons prior to his productive 2013-14, the magnitude of the Swede's success was definitely a surprise. The first key to Steen maintaining his scoring touch is staying healthy. The left winger has played over 80 games just twice in his 10 year career, and has played in under 70 games in seven of the past eight seasons. Steen had never produced at such a consistent pace over the course of his career, thus we expect a tough road for him to repeat as a 30 goal scorer.
Aug 17 - 10:34 AM

Alexander Steen's goal 26 seconds into the third overtime period gave the Blues a 4-3 win over Chicago in Game 1 of their first round playoff series Thursday night.

Steen knocked a nifty little pass from Steve Ott into the back of the net soon after the third extra frame began and sent the Blues fans home happy. Adam Cracknell, Vladimir Tarasenko and Jaden Schwartz also scored for St. Louis in the thrilling victory. If the rest of the series is as exciting as this game, it could lead to widespread heart attacks for fans of both teams.
Apr 18 - 12:41 AM

Alexander Steen had just one shot on goal in the Blues' 3-0 loss on Sunday.

Steen hasn't found the back of the net since returning from an upper-body injury on April 8. All the same, this has been by far the best season of his career with 33 goals and 62 points in 67 contests.
Apr 13 - 3:20 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
C1Paul Stastny
2David Backes
3Patrik Berglund
4Jori Lehtera
5Maxim Lapierre
LW1Alexander Steen
2Jaden Schwartz
3Joakim Lindstrom
4Magnus Paajarvi
5Steve Ott
RW1T.J. Oshie
2Vladimir Tarasenko
3Chris Porter
4Ryan Reaves
D1Alex Pietrangelo
2Kevin Shattenkirk
3Jay Bouwmeester
4Carl Gunnarsson
5Chris Butler
6Barret Jackman
7Ian Cole
G1Brian Elliott
2Jake Allen