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Topic - Alexander Steen
In the first period, Ryan Miller looked like the goalie who limped home 0-5. For the final 80 minutes, 26 seconds, the St. Louis Blues saw the cool, confident backstop they acquired to make the deep playoff run they've long sought.
The Dallas Stars are trying to make a late playoff push.
David Backes enjoys playing in Toronto. The sights. The sounds. And, getting a hat trick isn't too shabby, either.
The St. Louis Blues just continue to roll - especially against the Nashville Predators.
Not even some inside information from Olympic teammate Zach Parise could stop T.J. Oshie in a shootout.
In both of Ryan Miller's starts with the St. Louis Blues, they've faced two-goal deficits. Both times, they've rallied to win.
T.J. Oshie thought he got a bit lucky, but it helped the St. Louis Blues beat the Boston Bruins.
The St. Louis Blues were 2 for 2 to open the shootout. Robin Lehner was thinking, oh no, not again.
Alexander Steen's production is back, even though he's not close to 100 percent from a concussion complicated by a lower-body injury that's kept him from practicing lately with the St. Louis Blues.
The New York Islanders won the game. And then, they didn't.
While growing up in New Rochelle, N.Y., Kevin Shattenkirk watched Rangers defenseman Brian Leetch score many big goals.
The St. Louis Blues activated forward Maxim Lapierre from the injured list after he missed five games because of a lower-body injury, but lost leading scorer Alexander Steen against the New York Rangers on Thursday night.
Blues forward Alexander Steen is back in the St. Louis lineup after missing 11 games because of a concussion.
High-scoring St. Louis Blues forward Alexander Steen is set to return this weekend from a concussion.
EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — The St. Louis Blues keep finding ways to win, even when they aren't on top of their game.
"We feel like we'd been all over them in the third period, then they get the fourth one," Steen said. "We were a little late tonight."