Patrik Berglund C STL 1 Month

Berglund (upper body) is not likely to suit up Saturday against the Caps, according to coach Ken Hitchcock, reports Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Berglund is still considered day-to-day, but won't suit up until next week at the earliest.

Patrik Berglund C STL 1 Month

Berglund (upper body) will not play in Friday's game against the Hurricanes, Lou Korac of reports.

Berglund will make the trip to Carolina with the team Friday, but won't play in the contest. The news that he will travel is good, because it likely indicates the injury isn't believed to be serious. His next chance to return will come Sunday against the Capitals.

Patrik Berglund C STL 1 Month

Berglund suffered an upper-body injury in the second period Thursday night's game against the Predators and will not return.

Berglund finished the game with 7:20 of ice time, positing an assist and a hit. His next chance to return would be Friday against the Hurricanes, but his status should be updated prior to the contest.

Patrik Berglund C STL 2 Months

Berglund scored his sixth goal Saturday in a shootout win over the Hurricanes. He was minus-2 with four shots in the contest.

Berglund has a three game points streak going as he is benefitting from the Blues pummelling the back of their opponents net lately. His 15 points on the season are disappointing, but perhaps this streak is a sign of recovery for him that will get back up to where his owners expect him to be.

Patrik Berglund C STL 2 Months

Berglund scored his fifth goal of the season Thursday in the Blues' 7-2 rout of the Sharks. He was plus-1 and took two shots in the victory.

Burglund has points in two straight following a six game point drought. He has 14 points in 40 games, which is a similar scoring pace to last year, as his name continues to come up in trade rumors. His shooting percentage is below his career norm, which could signal that more goals are on their way the rest of the season as it gets back to normal.

Patrik Berglund C STL 2 Months

Berglund contributed two assists to Tuesday's 6-0 domination of the Coyotes.

So ends a six-game scoreless streak for Berglund, who remains on pace for one of his worst NHL seasons. With just 13 points in 39 games, the 26-year-old continues to be a massive disappointment. Those 52 points in 2010-11 feel like they came a million years ago.

Patrik Berglund C STL 2 Months

Berglund scored his fourth goal of the year Saturday in a loss San Jose. He was plus-1 with two shots and two hits on the night.

Berglund's offensive output has been disappointing this year with just 11 points in 32 games, although he has never been a big scorer. Regardless trade rumours surround the veteran Swede and how he responds could provide a boost to his owners.

Patrik Berglund C STL 3 Months

Berglund picked up an assist Saturday in a win over Minnesota. He was plus-1 and took two shots.

Berglund has really struggled offensively with just five points in 23 games. Although he has put 43 shots on net, and a few more goals should come his way, but he is not helping fantasy owners even in deep leagues.

Patrik Berglund C STL 4 Months

Berglund bagged a goal and an assist in Saturday's win over Washington.

It's been a disappointing season for Berglund, who only has four points (two goals) in 16 games. The fact he isn't being used on the power play only makes matters worse, as fantasy owners must rely solely on even-strength production. Berglund has been playing better hockey of late, though, so he's one to keep an eye on. If he continues to produce on the second line, he could be worth a look in some deeper leagues.

Patrik Berglund C STL 4 Months

Berglund notched his first goal of the season in Monday's 4-3 shootout win over the Rangers.

Berglund has been on the outside looking in of the Blues top-six forward group this season, and his production (two points, minus-2 in 10 games) has reflected that. Even with the injury to T.J. Oshie (concussion), Berglund has slipped on the Blues' depth chart by Jori Lehtera, who has looked great anchoring a second line with Vlad Tarasenko and Alex Steen. As long as he's seeing time in St. Louis' bottom six -- which could be for awhile -- the former 22-goal scorer's fantasy value will remain limited.