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Alexander Steen

Alexander Steen

#20LW,
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 0"/211 lbs
Born: Winnipeg, Canada
Draft: 2002 1st round (24th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • The Hockey Writers

    Predicting the Blues' Bottom-6 Forwards for 2022-23

    Third Line Ivan Barbashev – Brayden Schenn – Jake Neighbours This line will be a huge hitting and scoring presence, even if Ivan Barbashev and Brayden Schenn’s scoring drops, while Jake Neighbours could be sent to the AHL if things don’t work out early in the season. Schenn and Barbashev play a similar style. Neighbours is a power forward with the skills to make him a fantastic fit with these two.

  • St. Louis Game Time

    Game Time Mail Bag: Are the Blues ready to roll with the defense that they have?

    Many folks think that having Krug and Perunovich together is redundant, but I’m not sure that’s the case as of yet and I’d be surprised if Perunovich doesn’t somehow get an extended look at the start of the season. It does look, though, like the idea of starting the season with eight defenseman is Doug Armstrong tipping his cap at a future move. Fans would love it if Marco Scandella got shipped out to free up space for a younger, or currently better, defenseman.

  • The Hockey Writers

    Blues' Five Burning Questions for 2022-23 Season

    Given his age and injury history, Blues general manager Doug Armstrong will certainly be prioritizing the future of his organization and not letting one player handicap the team’s financial future. While this may be the final year the remaining portion of the Stanley Cup team is still around, Tarasenko’s future may not be dictated until the trade deadline.