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Alexander Steen (upper body) skated Monday at practice, but his status for Tuesday night remains uncertain.

He has missed the last three games with an upper-body injury. "I won't know know until tomorrow when he's going to play, so we'll see," coach Ken Hitchcock said.

Alexander Steen LW STL 6 Months

Alexander Steen won't play Thursday night due to an upper-body injury.

The ailment isn't believed to be serious, which is good news. Consider him day-to-day for the time being. Steen leads the Blues with 33 goals and he's tied for first on the team with 60 points in 64 games.

Alexander Steen LW STL 6 Months

Alexander Steen netted the Blues' only goals in their 4-2 loss to the Stars on Saturday night

Steen's amazing breakout seasons continues. The 30-year-old has seven points over his last four games and 33 goals and 60 points on the season. He's been a big-time steal -- and possibly a difference-maker -- for fantasy owners this season. Kevin Shattenkirk assisted twice, while Barrett Jackman finished a team-low minus-three.

Alexander Steen LW STL 6 Months

Alexander Steen generated a goal and two assists against Toronto on Tuesday night.

His 31st marker of the season held up as the game winner. Steen co-leads the league with nine game-winning goals. He has 57 points in 61 contests.

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Alexander Steen found the back of the net on Saturday.

Steen has now reached the 30-goal mark for the first time in his career. This has been a remarkable breakout campaign for him, especially when you keep in mind that he missed 11 games due to a concussion. He also has 23 assists in 56 contests this season.

Alexander Steen LW STL 7 Months

Alex Steen was one of three Blues to notch a goal and an assist in Tuesday night's win over Tampa Bay.

T.J. Oshie and Vladimir Tarasenko also pitched in a goal and an assist, while Jaden Schwartz and David Backes each contributed a pair of helpers for St. Louis. Steen now has 29 goals and 49 points in 50 games.

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Alexander Steen produced his 28th goal of 2013-14 in Thursday's 3-2 overtime victory against Boston.

He opened the scoring late in the first period. The Bruins rallied from a 2-0 deficit in the third period, but the Blues won in overtime on goal by T.J. Oshie. Steen snapped a mini three-game point skid with his marker. He now has 46 points in 45 games.

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Alexander Steen is riding a five-game point streak, but he feels he has more to give since returning recently from concussion symptoms.

"To be honest, I'm expecting more of myself," he said. "I think there's a few notches left to get to where I was. I'm trying (but) I still feel like there's a couple of more notches in my game." Steen has produced three goals and four assists during his scoring spree, so if he has anything more to add then fantasy owners will be jumping (even higher) for joy. He has also been playing on a fractured toe for his last two outings. Steen has been one of the bigger pleasant surprises this season with 27 goals and 45 points in 41 games.

Alexander Steen LW STL 8 Months

Alex Steen recorded a point in his fifth consecutive game, scoring for the third time in four games as St. Louis beat New Jersey 3-0 Tuesday night.

Steen has a point in five of six games since his return from the injured list. He is six points shy of reaching his career high in points, having played 31 games fewer than his 51 points campaign in 2010-2011. Through 41 games, the dazzling Swede has 45 points.

Alexander Steen LW STL 8 Months

Alexander Steen didn't practice Monday because of a fractured toe, but he's expected to play Tuesday.

Ryan Reaves skated on the Blues' top line with David Backes and Jaden Schwartz in his place. That's probably a good indication that Steen will be ready, but we'll let you know if his status changes.