Alexander Steen has ended his playing career due to a back injury.
"This has been an emotional process," Steen said. "But as I look back on my years in hockey, I would like to thank our organization, our city, our fans and my teammates as I am so proud of all the teams I was part of." He played in 1,018 games over 15 seasons in the NHL, while producing 245 goals and 622 points for Toronto and St. Louis. According to a press release from the Blues, Steen has "multiple levels of degenerative herniated discs of his lumbar spine." He will reportedly be placed on LTIR for the 2020-21 campaign and will be paid his full salary on the final year of his contract. Dec 17 11:08 am (EST)
- Alexander Steen is back in St. Louis but there is no word as to whether or not he will be able to play this season due to an undisclosed injury.
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