Steve Ott C STL 27 Days

Ott contributed an assist and four hits in Friday's win over the Hurricanes.

Ott helped set up linemate Ryan Reaves for the game's first goal, giving him his second point in as many nights. The 32-year-old can't be counted on to provide consistent scoring totals, but he does carry relevance in deeper leagues for his strong hit and PIM numbers.

Steve Ott C STL 1 Month

Ott (illness) is slated to play Thursday against Detroit, according to Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Ott, who has been battling the flu, did not participate in Thursday's morning skate, but he's still in line to suit up against the Red Wings, barring a late change of plans.

Steve Ott C STL 1 Month

Ott (illness) is likely to miss Thursday's against Detroit, according to Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Ott didn't skate during practice Thursday morning and is day-to-day.

Steve Ott C STL 1 Month

Ott missed Wednesday's practice with the flu, NHL.com's Lou Korac reports.

The Blues will reevaluate Ott on Thursday morning before determine whether or not he's fit to play later that evening against the Red Wings. If Ott isn't feeling healthy enough to suit up, Joakim Lindstrom would likely reenter the lineup in his stead.d

Steve Ott C STL 2 Months

Ott scored his first goal of the season Saturday in a loss to San Jose on his only shot of the game. He added seven hits in 13:46 of ice time in the game.

Ott is a veteran role player and penalty killer at this stage in his career, so offensive contributions aren't what the Blues are expecting from him. Fantasy owners should look at him the same way.

Steve Ott C STL 3 Months

Ott (groin) practiced with the team Monday, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.

Ott was originally not supposed to travel with the team on their current four game road trip, but considering he's already practicing, it sounds like he could make a return sooner. There's no word yet from the team, but keep an eye out for a status update.

Steve Ott C STL 3 Months

Ott suffered a groin injury during Friday's game and will not travel on the Blues' upcoming road trip, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

The Blues play four games on the road over the next week, and with Ott staying in St. Louis, it appears he will be out at least that long.

Steve Ott C STL 4 Months

Ott picked up an assist Saturday against Chicago, his first point of the season. He had two hits and two PIM in the contest.

Ott has been bouncing around the top three lines for the Blues, but he is a checker at this stage of his career. He has three shots in seven games so far.

Steve Ott C STL 4 Months

Ott appears set to assume the top-line spot made available by Paul Stastny's upper-body injury, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

It was believed that Alexander Steen would reunite with former linemates David Backes and T.J. Oshie in the wake of Stastny's injury, but coach Ken Hitchcock has surprisingly decided to give Ott the first look. Ott offers a similar hard-nosed ruggedness to Backes on the defensive end, but doesn't provide the same sort of offensive impact that Steen would. Still, a potential multi-game stay with Oshie and Backes will afford him more scoring opportunities than he would receive in his typical bottom-six role.

Steve Ott C STL 8 Months

Steve Ott said he was committed to re-signing with St. Louis.

"I wanted to go to St. Louis," Ott said. "That was my No. 1 spot. I told my agent, 'Listen, let's make this work any which way we can.' My heart was already locked up with St. Louis. I'm happy that my family and myself, we're where we wanted to be. That was my No. 1 thing, to be a Blue again." Ott joined the Blues as part of the Ryan Miller trade. He had three assists and 37 penalty minutes in 23 games with them last season.