T.J. Oshie (upper body) is questionable to play in Game 2 on Saturday afternoon.
Vladimir Tarasenko was excellent during his first game back in St. Louis' lineup in Game 1 on Thursday.
Chris Porter recorded an assist and seven shots in Thursday's triple overtime win against Chicago.
Adam Cracknell had a goal and five hits in Game 1's triple overtime win over Chicago.
T.J. Oshie (upper body) is doubtful for Game 2 on Saturday.
Jay Bouwmeester is fine despite missing the second overtime period of the Blues' 4-3 triple overtime win.
Even though he played in only three of the Blues' last 25 games of the regular season, Jordan Leopold dressed as St. Louis' sixth defenseman in Game 1 against the Blackhawks Thursday night.
With T.J. Oshie out, St. Louis coach Ken Hitchcock started Steve Ott on the top line with David Backes and Alex Steen.
T.J. Oshie is skating Friday morning with a few players who did not play Thursday night against Chicago.
Patrick Berglund (upper-body injury) is skating Friday morning.
The St. Louis Blues' 4-3 win over Chicago was the eighth time in history that Game 1 of a first round series went to triple overtime.
Ryan Miller was excellent in goal for the Blues Thursday night as they outlasted Chicago to earn a 4-3 triple-overtime win in Game 1 of their opening round playoff series.
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.
Vladimir Sobotka (lower body) will be in the lineup for Game 1 on Thursday night.
David Backes (foot) will play Thursday in St. Louis' playoff opener.