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ST. LOUIS — Prior to Saturday night’s matchup with the Pittsburgh Penguins, the St. Louis Blues received encouraging news on two members of the fourth line that was so crucial in their 2019 Stanley Cup victory.

Though Oskar Sundqvist was placed on injured reserve on Thursday after suffering a lower-body injury in Wednesday night’s win over the Tampa Bay Lightning, head coach Craig Berube announced Saturday that Sundqvist’s prognosis is significantly better than initially thought. At minimum, the 25-year-old forward will miss Saturday’s game as well as road matchups with the Blackhawks and Penguins this coming week, as he’s required to sit out at least a week while on IR. But Berube said Sundqvist could still accompany the team on the road trip and begin working his way back into game shape, categorizing his status as week-to-week.

After a breakout 2018-19 campaign in which he collected 14 goals and 17 assists in 74 games, Sundqvist has again been impressive this season, scoring eight goals with four assists while serving in a variety of roles throughout the lineup.

Meanwhile, veteran forward Alexander Steen took a major step in his recovery on Saturday, skating for the first time since suffering an ankle sprain on November 6. At the time of his injury, the team said Steen would be re-evaluated in four weeks, so his return to the ice is certainly good news as he progresses toward a return.

Steen, who had 10 goals and 17 assists in 65 games last season, has five assists through 17 contests in 2019-20.

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Reigning NHL MVP Nikita Kucherov remains out of the lineup after absorbing a devastating hit from the St. Louis Blues’ Brayden Schenn in Tuesday’s game.

Kucherov had just passed the puck when Schenn plowed into him with a clean, hard check, causing the Tampa Bay Lightning star to hit his back and head on the ice.

Kucherov got up slowly as Erik Cernak went after Schenn and a scrum broke out. He went to the locker room and didn’t return.

The Lightning said after the game that Kucherov had an upper-body injury and coach Jon Cooper told reporters that it wasn’t concussion-related.

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He was ruled out of Thursday’s game against the Chicago Blackhawks and is considered day-to-day.

The Russian forward was voted league MVP last season after recording a league-best 77 assists and 128 points as the Lightning tied an NHL record with 62 wins. He has 18 points in 18 games this season.

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Zach Sanford, who missed the final two periods on Saturday night with an upper-body injury, didn’t skate with the Blues at practice on Sunday and probably won’t play on Tuesday against Buffalo.

Just who will is still unclear. Neither Oskar Sundqvist nor Alexander Steen practiced with the team on Sunday, and Austin Poganski was sent back to San Antonio on Sunday morning. That left the Blues with only 11 forwards.

“We’ll get somebody up here,” coach Craig Berube said.

The most likely candidate, with the team looking for an offensive boost at the moment, is Jordan Kyrou, who has been making good progress in San Antonio. The Rampage play in Toronto on Sunday afternoon, so it would be easy enough for Kyrou, or someone else, to play there, stay over and drive to Buffalo — it’s not far — and join the team there when they arrive on Monday afternoon.

As for Sanford, Berube said: “He couldn’t go out today. Right now, he’s probably not available. We’ll see. We’ll see how he does tomorrow.”

And about Sundqvist and Steen he said: “They are probably going to go on the trip just so they can skate with us. We’re going to skate them tomorrow then they’ll skate with the team Tuesday in Buffalo.”

The Blues had a function with season ticket holders, so they practiced on Sunday. The team — other than injured players — won’t practice on Monday before the team heads to Buffalo for a quick one-game trip.

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The day is coming soon when Ryan O’Reilly will be recognized for more than simply sharing his name with an NHL All-Star. Being drafted by the Detroit Red Wings in 2018 was his first step in the right direction for the talented, young forward. Today marks yet another big step, as O’Reilly announced that he will play his college hockey for Arizona State University. O’Reilly has a chance to become the face of the young Sun Devils program, as he is set to be the highest-drafted prospect to ever suit up for Arizona State.

O’Reilly, 19, was selected 98th overall in the fourth round by the Red Wings two years ago, but some projected him to go even higher. A big, natural right wing, O’Reilly is a goal scoring threat from anywhere on the ice. A former verbal commit to the University of Denver, the Dallas native is an exciting talent given his combination of size and skill. O’Reilly has recorded more than 30 points in each of the past two seasons in the USHL and is on pace to shatter that mark this season. Through 18 games, O’Reilly has scored at a point-per-game pace with nine goals and nine assists.

The Sun Devils gain a major piece with the addition of O’Reilly to next year’s recruiting class and continue to impress with how quickly they have built their program. Arizona State did not field a Division I hockey team until 2015-16, a season in which the Sun Devils went 5-22-2. Yet, just three years later they were in the 2019 NCAA Tournament. The team has gotten consistently stellar play over the past few years from the likes of forward Johnny Walker, defenseman Brinson Pasichnuk and since-graduated Ottawa Senators goalie prospect Joey Daccord. Yet, with the Sun Devils’ recent success they can now compete with other top teams in the recruiting race, adding NHL talent in some cases. Forward Demetrios Koumontzis, selected by the Calgary Flames just 10 picks after O’Reilly, is the lone NHL draft pick on the team, but not for long. O’Reilly and young New Jersey Devils-owned goaltender Cole Brady are on their way, undoubtedly followed by more in the near future. While O’Reilly has a chance to be a star for Arizona State and show the Red Wings what he can bring to the NHL level, his commitment will open the door for even more talent to find its way to Arizona State.

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ST. LOUIS (AP) — Oskar Sundqvist picked up right where he left off.

After missing the previous six games with a lower-body injury, Sundqvist had a goal and an assist as the St. Louis Blues beat the Vegas Golden Knights 4-2 on Thursday night.

The 25-year-old center kept up his offensive surge, assisting on the Blues’ first goal and scoring their second. Sundqvist had two goals in his last game against Tampa Bay on Nov. 27 before getting hurt.

“I felt good out there,” Sundqvist said. “The lungs weren’t great. I had to keep the shifts short in the third.”

St. Louis coach Craig Berube called Sundqvist an effort player.

“He plays an aggressive game and he attacks,” Berube said. “He doesn’t quit. He wills his way everywhere on the ice. He wills his way through traffic. He wills his way to the net. He wills goals in. That’s what he does.”

Mackenzie MacEachern, Jaden Schwartz and Robert Thomas also scored for the Blues, who snapped a three-game skid. Jordan Binnington made 27 saves after getting pulled from his previous start against Toronto last Saturday when he allowed four goals on 11 shots.

Max Pacioretty and William Carrier had the goals for the Golden Knights, who lost for the third time in four games. Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 25 shots in his 820th career game, which tied Sean Burke for 14th on the NHL’s all-time list.

“Lot of missed chances, but we were loose in the second,” coach Gerard Gallant said. “That cost (us) the hockey game.”

The Blues took control with two goals in a 39-second span late in the second period.

Schwartz gave the defending Stanley Cup champions a 3-2 lead with 5:07 left in the frame, ripping home a big rebound off a shot by Brayden Schenn. Thomas made it 4-2 moments later, beating Fleury short side on a shot that deflected off his arm.

“I think everyone thought I was going to pass,” Thomas said. “I kind of was just waiting, saw him slide off the post a little bit and was able to sneak it by him.”

Fleury wanted that one back.

“They put the puck on net,” he said. “Had a lot of bodies there and that fourth one, that’s on me.”

MacEachern gave the Blues a 1-0 lead on a one-timer off Jacob de la Rose’s pass at the 4:52 mark of the first period.

Pacioretty tied it 25 seconds later, putting in his own rebound on a breakaway for his second goal in two games.

Carrier’s first goal in 14 games gave the Golden Knights a 2-1 lead with 7:32 left in the first. Carrier tucked home a rebound of Nate Schmidt’s shot.

“We played probably 30 minutes of good hockey,” Berube said. “Maybe 35, but I’m looking for 60. I’m not trying to be critical up here, but we have to get better.”

Sundqvist tied the game for the Blues at 1:34 of the second, deflecting Alex Pietrangelo’s shot past Fleury for his ninth of the season.

“It feels like I’m in the right spot a lot of times,” Sundqvist said. “At the same time, it’s a really good job by the other guys to get the pucks there. Today it was kind of a lucky goal — it was more like a reaction when Petro shot it there.”

NOTES: The Blues avoided their first four-game streak without a point since February 2018. Earlier this season, St. Louis lost four straight in October but earned points with two overtime losses in that span. … Vegas C Paul Stastny, who played for the Blues from 2014-18, has 30 points (11 goals, 19 assists) in 26 games against his former club. … St. Louis activated Sundqvist (lower body) and assigned LW Nathan Walker to San Antonio of the American Hockey League. … Vegas D Jon Merrill replaced D Nicolas Hague (illness) in the lineup.

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There are many elements of hockey that have gone painfully soft in recent (or the past ten) years.

Whether it’s the lack of fighting, spineless calls for “roughing,” or just a general need to strangle this wonderful game with a diaper, the NHL action isn’t as fierce as it used to be.

So when I see St. Louis Blues’ defenseman Vince Dunn light up Andrew Mangiapane on Thursday night during a game with the Calgary Flames, I smile like a kid who just located the secret stash of chocolate chip cookies. It was a thing of beauty, please check it out.

They are right. Dunn did destroy poor Andrew, and I am here for more destruction.

I’m not here to tell you whether or not Dunn will be fined, suspended or stoned in the streets by the NHL Player Safety Board of Lame Souls. I truly don’t give a shit. It was a fantastic hit, and I won’t make Dunn apologize for it. It’s the same thing that Brayden Schenn did to a Tampa Bay Lightning player on Tuesday for admiring a pass. You climb over those boards, and you should know it may be a bad shift.

These guys aren’t playing angry badminton out there; it’s hockey. You know, the sport where having all your teeth is a rarity. The kind of sport where a player can break his jaw and continue to play. The kind of sport where a human being gets rocked into the boards, forcing him for a split second to forget his name and date of birth. The kind of sport that used to celebrate unhinged toughness instead of putting it in a corner while the FAST (calm down, Panger!) sport takes over.

According to Jeremy Rutherford, Blues legend Bobby Plager said he dishes out around 15 of those Dunn hits in the press box. Back in the day (which was also a Thursday), Plager would hand 10-15 of those hits out per game. It wasn’t a WHOA moment back then because it was more common.

These days, the first thing people think about is whether or not it will warrant a suspension. Imagine punishing a player for doing what head coaches and the origin of the sport told him to do. It’s not like Andrew messed around with Vince’s girl or stole his steak at lunch; it’s hockey and it’s hard. If it wasn’t hard, basketball players would do it too.

Dunn is an impressive talent. The kid is only getting warmed up. He just turned 23 years old, and put up 35 points last year. He’s playing around 15 minutes per game, so his production will only go up as he finds more time on the ice. Expect that to increase next year when Jay Bouwmeester steps down and the youth continues to ride into Enterprise. After the annihilation of Mangiapane, Dunn sealed St. Louis’ shutout victory with a wicked wrist shot from the slot.

He’s got four points in his last three games and is rounding into shape. Sure, there’s a few “WTF is that Shattenkirk” moments in his game from time to time, but he’s still young and learning. The important thing is Dunn plays the game like a savvy veteran most of his minutes, and knows how to lay someone out. It’ll only get better.

Allow me to apologize for not having a picture of the hit as my posting picture, but the ice detectives haven’t released the photos yet due to the area still being an active crime scene.

Dunn’s hit is unfortunately a rarity these days. As Art Lippo commonly states on Twitter, these kind of hits can make hockey great again.

One destruction at a time, ladies and gents. Old time hockey isn’t dead yet.

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Injuries and having to participate in multiple overtimes in recent games have worn the St. Louis Blues down considerably. However, the Blues received a huge boost when they signed Troy Brouwer to a one-year deal.

The news couldn’t come at a better time. The Blues need some help offensively if they plan on getting more wins. So, they signed a deal with Brouwer for one year, worth $750,000 after a successful tryout.

Time will tell if this contract pans out, but Brouwer has brought the Blues some production in key moments in the past. One of his, and the team’s, most important goals being a Game 7 winner in the 2016 playoffs that allowed the Blues to defeat the Chicago Blackhawks.

The Blues need Brouwer to bring that same kind of clutch production in a big way, especially with key players like Sammy Blais and Vladimir Tarasenko being out. During his 2016 season with the Blues, Brouwer had 18 goals and 21 assists. It will be interesting to see if he can equal or surpass that total.

One-year contracts can be a bit risky, especially if the player in question does not re-sign after and goes to a new team. That said, the Blues need to boost their offense any way and every way they can and for $750,000 dollars, it might just be what they need to make a solid run until the injuries begin to go away.

St. Louis also mitigated their risk by making the contract a two-way deal. That way, if the team gets healthy and they need the cap space, they can send Brouwer to the minors without risk of losing him.

The bad part of this signing is it happened mainly due to the team finding out about Blais’ injury. We thought something might be wrong when he left the ice against Tampa Bay, but nobody figured it would be that long since he finished the game.

Still, the Brouwer signing is great news for a team and a fanbase that needs it most. The Blues still have a lot of the season left to play.

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A year ago about now, Jay Bouwmeester was struggling on the ice as he came back from hip surgery and his playing future was in doubt. Once back to full health, the veteran defenseman became part of a shutdown pairing with Colton Parayko and signed a one-year contract extension right before the Blues began their Stanley Cup playoff march.

This season, at age 36, he’s kept right on going. He’s third on the team in ice time (21:26 per game), behind only Alex Pietrangelo and Parayko. (Only two players in the league, Boston’s Zdeno Chara and Chicago’s Duncan Keith, are older than Bouwmeester and recording more ice time.)

Has Bouwmeester thought about another season yet?

“I feel good,” he said Friday. “If I feel good, I’d like to continue to play. Last year, I was in the same boat, in the last year of my contract, and we approached it like, we’ll see how it goes and see what happens. In February, I talked with Doug (Armstrong, the Blues’ general manager) about if I wanted to do an extension. This year is different, we’ll see how it goes.”

One difference is that, since he has a one-year contract, he can’t sign an extension until after Jan. 1. Last year, he was coming off a multi-year deal and could sign a new deal once he entered the final year.

“It’s not a big deal,” Bouwmeester said. “Last year, I went through a lot of different scenarios. As long as you feel good, you want to keep playing. We’ll see what happens.”
Brouwer in?

Blues coach Craig Berube wants to get newly signed forward Troy Brouwer into the lineup as soon as he can. But the decision on when that game will be is out of his hands as Brouwer, who is from Canada, waits for his work visa.

As of the end of practice on Friday, Brouwer hadn’t gotten it, and that potentially could idle him for the weekend. The visa doesn’t have to be in his hands, but it does have to be issued.

While the official roster on Thursday night had Brouwer wearing No. 22, he said he would be wearing No. 36 for the Blues, as he did when he was with the team in 2015-16. Brouwer has worn 22 at several stops in his career, including last season in Florida. But as a Blue, he feels like he’s No. 36.

“I thought maybe it would be cool to have a new number for every team I went to,” Brouwer said. “Then I had such good success here (with 36), I thought I’d keep it in Calgary, and that didn’t pan out. So I changed my number again. Coming back to the Blues, I see myself as 36 on the Blues.”

Based on practice on Friday, if Brouwer does get in, Klim Kostin would come out.

Zach Sanford’s four-point game Thursday against Calgary surpassed his previous best, a three-point game vs. Chicago on Oct. 27, 2018. The link between them? The Blues were wearing their third jersey, the powder blue Winter Classic uniform. Sanford wore the retro 1990’s jersey on Thursday, so his two best games in terms of points have come at Enterprise Center, but neither wearing the team’s usual home jersey.

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St. Louis Blues defenseman Robert Bortuzzo has been suspended four games for his cross-check of Nashville Predators forward Viktor Arvidsson.

The Predators announced that Arvidsson will miss four to six weeks with a lower-body injury as a result of the hit in the first period of Saturday night’s game. The 26-year-old Arvidsson was initially cross-checked into the Blues’ net by Bortuzzo, earning him a minor penalty.

Bortuzzo turned to the official to express his outrage, then put his hands back on his stick and forcefully cross-checked Arvidsson in an unpadded area of his lower back. The NHL announced after the game that Bortuzzo would get a phone hearing.

According to the Department of Player Safety, the act alone would typically lead to only a fine, rather than a suspension. That was the case in October 2017, when Bortuzzo was fined the maximum allowed ($3,091.40) under the Collective Bargaining Agreement for cross-checking New York Islanders forward Brock Nelson while Nelson was down on the ice — a “very similar play” to the Arvidsson incident, although at the time, “he didn’t have the history,” according to Player Safety.

But this time, Bortuzzo was a repeat offender, having been suspended three games (two preseason games, one regular-season game) for elbowing Michal Kempny of the Washington Capitals in September 2018. That, combined with the injury to Arvidsson and a history of similar acts, raised this incident to the level of a four-game suspension rather than a fine.

“This is a forceful crosscheck, delivered well away from the puck, on a vulnerable opponent, and for no other reason but frustration,” the NHL said in a video announcing the suspension.

Arvidsson, who skated in his 300th career game, had an assist to help the Predators snap a six-game losing streak. Arvidsson has 15 points in 22 games after scoring 34 goals last season.

The 30-year-old Bortuzzo is in his sixth season with St. Louis. Bortuzzo is considered a repeat offender under the terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreement and, based on his average annual salary, will forfeit $67,073.16. The money goes to the Players’ Emergency Assistance Fund.

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Croyez-le ou non, Jordan Binnington est humain. Samedi à St. Louis, le gardien des Blues a subi un premier crochet en saison régulière après avoir cédé quatre buts aux Maple Leafs de Toronto en 13 minutes de jeu. Une rare fausse note pour l’incontestable gardien par excellence de l’année 2019.

La seule autre fois où l’entraîneur des Blues, Craig Berube, a retiré Binnington fut lors du troisième duel de la finale de la Coupe Stanley contre les Bruins de Boston, un revers de 7-2 des Blues dans lequel le sauveur des Blues a accordé cinq buts sur 19 tirs en une période et demie.

Dans la défaite de samedi contre les Leafs, Binnington en était à son 79e départ sur les 100 matchs de l’année 2019 des Blues, séries incluses évidemment. C’est 30 départs en 43 matchs dans la seconde portion de la saison 2018-19, 26 sur 26 dans les séries et 23 sur 31 dans la saison actuelle.

79 matchs en 11 mois

Un total de 79 matchs en 11 mois, c’est du gros boulot, surtout pour un jeune homme qui n’avait que trois parties d’expérience dans la LNH avant de relancer les Blues à l’âge de 25 ans. De plus, il a livré 60 performances de qualité sur 79, pour un superbe ratio de 76 %. C’est le summum.

Difficile de demander mieux comme indicateur de constance en plus d’un taux d’efficacité de 0,921 en 79 parties, mais au-delà des statistiques, Binnington a surtout été à l’origine de l’une des plus grandes remontées de l’histoire de la LNH. Les Blues étaient à 11 points d’une place en séries éliminatoires avant son premier départ, le 7 janvier, un jeu blanc de 3-0 à Philadelphie.

En séries éliminatoires, le Torontois a été fumant, aidant les Blues à combler des retards de 3-2 contre les Stars de Dallas, et de 2-1 contre les Sharks de San Jose ainsi que les
Bruins de Boston. Il n’a accordé qu’un seul but lors des deux numéro sept, une victoire de 4-1 en grande finale contre les Bruins de Boston et une autre de 2-1 en deuxième période de prolongation face aux Stars au deuxième tour.

Il a démontré tellement d’aplomb dans son duel contre Ben Bishop qui brillait de tous ses feux devant la cage des Stars. Bishop était bombardé et deux fois plus occupé et c’est justement dans ces moments que l’esprit d’un gardien inactif tend à divaguer, surtout dans un match d’une telle importance.

Binnington n’a jamais cligné des yeux. En plus de la constance, il a démontré une capacité exceptionnelle à gagner les gros matchs. Qu’il reçoive 20 ou 40 tirs, Binnington reste le même, soir après soir.

Et ça se poursuit, cette saison. Il a certainement eu toutes les raisons du monde de perdre son focus au cours de l’été, mais il a gardé le cap. Pour la première fois, Binnington vient de perdre deux matchs d’affilée de saison régulière en temps réglementaire.

Ça viendra certainement, peut-être même cette semaine, mais ses séries de victoires sont nettement plus remarquables. Il a connu deux séquences de cinq victoires la saison dernière et une de huit. Cette saison, il en a déjà une de cinq.

Peu importe ce qui se passe d’ici le 31 décembre, Jordan Binnington mérite amplement le titre de gardien de l’année 2019 et c’est franchement incontestable malgré le brio de quelques autres, dont Tuukka Rask, des Bruins, et Ben Bishop, des Stars.

De plus, Binnington semble avoir inspiré son auxiliaire, Jake Allen qui joue mieux après un début de saison difficile.