St. Louis Blues: Top 20 Goal Scorers in Franchise History

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18. Alexander Steen

“Steener” has had just one truly dominant season as a scorer with the St. Louis Blues: 2013-14, during which he led the NHL in goals for a solid chunk of the season’s first half and finished with 33 goals, despite being limited in the second half due to the after-effects of a concussion. With that said, he’s been quite solid throughout his eight-season Blues career, scoring 140 goals in 456 regular-season games, meaning that he has goals to represent roughly 31 percent of his games in a Blues uniform.

When you also factor in the impact playoff goals Steen has scored while wearing the Bluenote–a game-winner in double overtime in Game 1 of the Blues’ 2013 series against the Los Angeles Kings, and another overtime game-winner, this time in triple OT, in Game 1 of the 2014 series against the Chicago Blackhawks–he’s a rather easy choice as a Top 20 scorer in Blues history.

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