Patrik Berglund C STL 3 Months

Berglund (upper body) will be back in the Blues' lineup Thursday, according to Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Berglund sat out Saturday's game against Calgary. He should slot back onto a line with David Backes and TJ Oshie.

Patrik Berglund C STL 3 Months

Berglund (upper body) participated in Monday's practice, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

Berglund assumed his normal position between David Backes and T.J. Oshie, and should be good to go for Thursday's game against the Kings.

Patrik Berglund C STL 4 Months

Berglund (upper body) wasn't on the ice for pregame warmups and looks unlikely to play Saturday versus the Flames, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

It was assumed Berglund would be available Saturday after taking part in the morning skate, but the training staff evidently had second thoughts about making the forward available. The upper-body injury does at least look to be minor, so for the moment, Berglund may only have to sit out for one game.

Patrik Berglund C STL 4 Months

Berglund will be in the lineup Saturday against the Flames, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.

Berglund was held out of Friday's practice due to an upper-body injury, but it won't be serious enough to cost him any game action. He'll be penciled in as the Blues' top-line left wing, with David Backes and T.J. Oshie filling out the trio.

Patrik Berglund C STL 4 Months

Berglund was held out of Friday's practice, NHL.com's Lou Korac reports.

It's possible the Blues are just giving Berglund a maintenance day following Thursday's season opener, but unless coach Ken Hitchcock indicates otherwise, there's probably nothing to see here. Berglund skated with David Backes and T.J. Oshie on the top line Thursday, finishing with no points and a minus-1 rating over 16:41 of ice time.

Patrik Berglund C STL 4 Months

Berglund suffered a cut on his face caused by a skate Wednesday, NHL.com's Lou Korac reports.

Berglund's cut didn't require stitches, meaning he shouldn't miss much if any time because of the injury. He signed a three-year extension with the Blues in the offseason, and is coming off a season where he scored 14 goals and assisted on 18 more over 78 games.

Patrik Berglund C STL 7 Months

St. Louis has signed Patrik Berglund to a three-year deal worth $11.1 million.

His new contract will carry an average annual value of $3.7 million. The Blues have a lot of faith in Berglund and they will be looking for more from him next season. "I don't think Patrik was over the moon with his season," GM Doug Armstrong said recently. "Moving from centering to wing, he never really solidified his spot anywhere on our team. We need more from him and he probably needs more from us." He accounted for 14 goals and 32 points in 78 games last campaign. His name has surfaced in trade rumors of late, as St. Louis looks for a star second-line center.

Patrik Berglund C STL 9 Months

Patrik Berglund played in the postseason with a shoulder injury.

The ailment is believed to be severe, so don't be surprised if he requires surgery during the off-season. Berglund had no points, nine shots and a minus-7 rating in four games versus Chicago in the series.

Patrik Berglund C STL 9 Months

Patrik Berglund logged just 11:01 of ice time in his return to the lineup on Monday night in Game 3.

He played with Ryan Reaves and Brenden Morrow in the contest. "You're walking into a hornets' nest and that's why we're starting him a little bit on the lower side of the roster, to see where he's at from being able to keep up mentally," coach Ken Hitchcock said. "I think the first game back for [T.J. Oshie] was really rich, walking into something like that. We expect the same for Bergy." Berglund won 5-of-8 faceoffs and finished with a minus-1 rating in the Blues' 2-0 loss to Chicago.

Patrik Berglund C STL 9 Months

Patrik Berglund (upper body) will play Monday in Game 3.

He missed the last regular season game and the Blues' first two playoff games with an upper-body injury. Berglund was between Ryan Reaves and Brenden Morrow during the morning skate.