Paul Stastny
C STL
3 days ago

Stastny recorded his seventh goal of the season, added a helper and fired seven shots on goal in Sunday's overtime win over the Wild.

EDGE Analysis

Stastny has been a reliable source of offense this season, managing 23 points in 31 contests. He's skating on the top line with Vladimir Tarasenko and has been logging steady minutes in all situations. Stastny did recently go through a five-game scoring drought, but don't let that distract you from his otherwise consistent offensive production this season. His prominent role and scoring abilities make him worth owning in most fantasy settings.

Paul Stastny
C STL
3 weeks ago

Stastny racked up three assists to complement a plus-3 rating in Saturday's 4-3 overtime win over the Canucks.

EDGE Analysis

None of the apples took place with the man advantage, but Stastny owners will have no qualms about the top-six pivot's first three-point game of the season. Skating with Vladimir Sobotka and Alexander Steen on the second line, Stastny has amassed four goals and 14 helpers through 21 games this campaign.

Paul Stastny
C STL
4 weeks ago

Stastny accrued one assist and a plus-1 rating while logging 17:56 of ice time Thursday against the Oilers.

EDGE Analysis

Stastny now has three assists in the last three games, but he turned in a brutal minus-4 rating in that span. The veteran center is now on a 10-game streak without a goal, and it's not due to a lack of trying, as he's fired 24 shots on net in that span. Head coach Mike Yeo has shifted the Blues' lines around a bit lately, which may have thrown Stastny off his game. Regardless, he's back on a line with Alexander Steen and Vladimir Sobotka, so hopefully those issues don't continue. Stastny will look to find the back of the net Saturday against the Canucks, who have recently found strong goaltending from Jacob Markstrom and Anders Nilsson.

Paul Stastny
C STL
2 months ago

Stastny pitched in two even-strength points Wednesday -- a goal and an assist -- contributing to a 5-2 home win over the Flames.

EDGE Analysis

A proven playmaker, Stastny has managed to stay healthy and it's paying dividends for the Notes. He's collected 10 points (four goals, six assists) in as many games to complement a plus-5 rating. The Blues play three more times before the calendar turns to November, so be sure to get as much mileage out of Stastny as you can.

Paul Stastny
C STL
2 months ago

Stastny recorded a goal and an assist in Thursday's 4-3 win over the Avalanche.

EDGE Analysis

Stastny scored the first of three second-period goals for his team just 39 seconds in before adding an assist on Vince Dunn's tally later in the middle frame. The veteran center's off to a strong start with three goals and eight points through eight games.

Paul Stastny
C STL
2 months ago

Stastny had a goal and an assist in St. Louis' 5-4 win at Pittsburgh.

EDGE Analysis

This is what the Blues had in mind when they brought Stastny in from Colorado. He's still got to prove that he can produce like this on a consistent basis this year, but he's off to a good start so far. If he can keep this up, he'll be a nice reward for his fantasy owners.

Paul Stastny
C STL
2 months ago

Stastny notched a goal and two assists in three games this preseason.

EDGE Analysis

The 31-year-old has been earning $7 million a year the past three seasons, but he has failed to post over 50 points in a season, or even stay healthy for that matter. Stastny is headed into a contract year, so it's time to step it up. Yet again, the Blues are positioning him for success, placing him next to sniper Vladimir Tarasenko on the first line as well as the top power-play unit. The Blues are struggling with their depth after being riddled with injuries in the offseason all the way through the preseason, so they'll be relying on their top line even more. Stastny should be due for 50 points if he can stay healthy for the full season, but watch him at the trade deadline if St. Louis' season starts heading downhill early.

Paul Stastny
C STL
8 months ago

Stastny returned from a foot injury Saturday, ultimately lighting the lamp en route to a 4-3 series win over the Wild in overtime.

EDGE Analysis

While he'd missed the previous 14 games, Stastny looked like his usual productive self in this one, hoisting four shots on goal with a plus-1 rating over 22:42 of ice time, including 3:17 on the power play. It'll be worth checking the daily fantasy sites to see if he's underpriced by virtue of having missed all that time.

Paul Stastny
C STL
8 months ago

Stastny (foot) took warmups prior to Game 5 in Minnesota, Jeremy Rutherford of St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

EDGE Analysis

Stastny hasn't played since March 21 in Colorado, where he left in the first period. He has been the Blues best faceoff man this season at 55.7 percent. He's set to be on a line with Jaden Schwartz and Vladimir Tarasenko, and is also expected to draw play on the power play as well, where he scored five goals and added 8 assists in the regular season. Stastny is a significant DFS threat going forward if he can stay healthy.

Paul Stastny
C STL
8 months ago

Stastny (foot) will not play Wednesday for Game 4 against the Wild.

EDGE Analysis

Stastny was put to work in a morning session Tuesday, but evidently the veteran pivot still has more hurdles to clear in his rehab. Having already missed the past 13 contests, the Quebec native could be paid a huge favor in the form of extra rest if the Notes end up sweeping the Wild on Wednesday night.