Alexander Steen LW STL 3 Days

Steen scored 35 seconds into overtime Tuesday to deliver a 3-2 victory over the Penguins.

That's scoresheet appearances in three straight and six of seven now for Steen, who's totaled eight points in that seven-game span. He's now matched last year's season-high 62 points, proving emphatically that his 2013-14 breakout was no fluke.

Alexander Steen LW STL 6 Days

Steen scored the team's lone goal -- a power-play tally -- in Sunday's 2-1 loss to the Red Wings.

Steen has been on fire lately, recording seven points -- three of which have come on the man advantage -- in his last six contests. He's just one point away from his career-high 62-point campaign from last season and should be rolled out everyday.

Alexander Steen LW STL 6 Days

Steen picked up his 38th assist of the year on the power play Saturday in a 6-3 loss to the Wild. He was minus-1 with two shots and a block in the game.

Steen hits the 60-point mark for the second consecutive season and will set a career-high if he can pick up at least three points in the Blues' last 10 games of the season. His strong season has flown under the radar a bit, but he is among the top 25 scorers in the league and also find himself in that select company on the power play. He is an everyday must play.

Alexander Steen LW STL 10 Days

Steen opened the scoring in the second period and added a second goal in the third frame Tuesday in a 4-0 win over Calgary.

Since he scored the first goal, Steen ended up with the game-winner, and he went plus-3 to boot. After a nine-game stretch in which he missed the scoresheet eight times, the veteran's recovered with three goals and five points over his last three contests.

Alexander Steen LW STL 20 Days

Steen snapped a six-game point drought with three assists in Saturday's win over Toronto.

Oddly enough, he has nine points (one goal, eight assists) in his last 11 games, but those points have come in just three games (three points each in each of the three games). That's a potential back breaker in head-to-head play, but fine in regular play ... as long as you keep him in an active role. Don't be tempted to sit him in those formats or you'll miss out.

Alexander Steen LW STL 1 Month

Steen set up three goals in Friday's win over the Bruins.With two more primary assists Friday, Steen has now dished out 21 first assists this season -- seventh most in the NHL. He's got seven points in his last five games and is up to 19 goals and 51 points in 56 games on the season. Considering the top-line forward has recorded three three-point games in his last 10 outings, Steener is simply a must-start every game.

Alexander Steen LW STL 1 Month

Steen scored a goal and dished out two assists -- one on the power play -- in Thursday's 6-3 win over Tampa Bay.Steen factored into the Blues' first three goals, helping them jump out to 2-0 and 3-1 leads. He's got points (and goals) in consecutive games now for the first time since his enormous January hot streak; maybe this is the start of a new streak for him alongside T.J. Oshie and David Backes on the top line for St. Louis. That said, it's not like he'd exactly been cold in recent days -- he just had a relatively modest four points in the seven games prior to this warming period.

Alexander Steen LW STL 1 Month

Steen scored his 18th goal of the season Tuesday in a win over Arizona. He was plus-1 and took six shots in the game.Steen and his linemates T.J. Oshie and David Backes have been on fire since January 1. Steen has 22 points since the calendar flipped to 2015, which has brings him up to 45 points in 52 games on the season.

Alexander Steen LW STL 2 Months

Steen tallied a pair of goals and an assist in Sundays' 4-3 win over the Capitals.

After a great stretch in which he recorded 18 points in 10 games, Steen went two games without a point before lighting up the scoresheet again. The 30-year-old has been one of the best players in 2015, and has 43 points through 47 games on the season.

Alexander Steen LW STL 2 Months

Steen piled on another two assists in Monday's 3-1 win over Colorado. He's now on a 10-game point streak, a career high.

The guy has simply been the hottest player in the world since the calendar flipped to 2015, racking up an obscene 18 points in his last 10 games, skyrocketing back up to a near point-per-game pace (40 in 44 games). Steen's linemates haven't just come along for the ride either: David Backes (17 points) and T.J. Oshie (14 points) have co-starred during the 10-game goal-fest as well, making them easily the most dangerous trio in all of hockey. It's important to note, though, that the Blues are now on an extended nine-day vacation where they play a grand total of zero games, which sadly means that owners will have to cross their fingers that the hot streak will continue for Steen and Co. when they play their next game Jan. 29 against Nashville.