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Saturday night's game will be a big one for the Blues' Brenden Morrow.
It will be the first time he will face his former club, the Stars, since he signed on with the Blues this past off-season. Morrow played his entire 13-year career with Dallas and was the club's captain for his last seven seasons. Morrow is coming off a two-goal game Tuesday and would like nothing better to bulge the twine against his old employers.
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It was a two-for-Tuesday as Brenden Morrow found the net twice.
That doubles his season total from two to four goals. The former Dallas Stars captain probably isn't worth owning in fantasy any longer, although the Blues would love it if he even had a brief hot run. St. Louis beat the Buffalo Sabres 4-1 on Tuesday.
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Brenden Morrow (upper body) expects to play Tuesday against Phoenix.
"I'm already feeling pretty comfortable with it out there," he said Monday. "Did some battle drills and haven't had any recurring problems with it." He practiced with Maxim Lapierre and Ryan Reaves and will probably play there versus the Coyotes. Morrow has missed five games with an upper-body injury.
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Brenden Morrow won't play Friday because of an upper-body injury.
He was hurt after receiving a cross-check to his rib area early in the third period of Tuesday's game against Winnipeg. "Morrow's going to just stay here and we're going top evaluate him on Monday to see if he can join us in Montreal," coach Ken Hitchcock said.
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St. Louis' line shuffling over the weekend could place Brenden Morrow on the fourth line when the Blues play Vancouver on Friday.
He is slated to skate with Vladimir Sobotka and Ryan Reaves. Morrow didn't play last Friday because of an upper-body injury, but he'll probably be ready to return against the Canucks.