Sam Steel will be a healthy scratch Tuesday vs. Arizona.
Steel has yet to score this season but has an assist, 14 SOG and a -1 plus/minus through 10 games played but will be the odd man out of the Stars' lineup Tuesday vs. Arizona. He will be replaced by Ty Dellandrea on Dallas' fourth line.
Steel will draw into the Stars lineup on Wednesday.
Source: NHL.com 11/1/23, 8:39 pm EST
Sam Steel will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday vs. Pittsburgh.
The 13th forward rotation continues on Tuesday as Sam Steel with be a healthy scratch in favour of Ty Dellandrea. Steel has one point (0G / 1A) and three shots while averaging 11:57 time-on-ice in three games for the Stars this season.
Steel will return to the Stars lineup for Thursday's game against the Canucks.
Steel draws back into the lineup in place of Ty Dellandrea after being a healthy scratch for Tuesday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Golden Knights. Steel signed with the Stars in the off-season following a 10-goal, 18-assist campaign across 68 games with the Wild last season. He's played just one game so far this season and is yet to register a point as a Star.
Source: Mike Heika 10/19/23, 9:52 pm EST
The Stars signed Sam Steel to a one-year contract worth $850K.
Steel had 10 goals, 18 assists, 85 SOG, 18 PIMs and a +11 plus/minus through 65 games with Minnesota in 2022-23 and has signed a one-year contract worth $850,000 with Dallas. The 25-year-old centre was a first-round pick in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft (30th overall) and has 34 goals, 93 points, and 311 SOG through 262 career games played with two different teams (ANA/MIN).
Steel (illness) will not play on Thursday.
Steel finishes his 2022-23 campaign with 10 goals, 18 assists, 85 SOG, 18 PIMs and a +11 plus/minus through 65 games but will not play Thursday as he deals with an illness. The 25-year-old reached a career-high in goals, assists and points this season as he took a huge step forward in his first season as a member of the WIld.
Sam Steel will draw back into the Wilds' lineup Monday vs. Vegas.
Steel was a healthy scratch for the Wilds' previous game but will find his way back into the lineup after it was announced Monday that Mason Shaw (lower-body) would be missing the remainder of the season. The 25-year-old Steel has nine goals, 17 assists, 79 SOG, 16 PIMs and a +10 plus/minus through 60 games played this season.
Steel will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Steel has eight goals, 15 assists, 72 SOG, 14 PIMs and a +8 plus/minus through 54 games this season but will be a healthy scratch Tuesday vs. Calgary. The 25-year-old centre will be replaced by the newly acquired Oskar Sundkvist.
Source: Joe Smith 03/6/23, 1:38 pm EST
Sam Steel will return to the Wilds' lineup on Wednesday vs. Colorado (undisclosed).
Steel missed the Wilds' previous game due to an undisclosed injury but is expected to return to the lineup Wednesday as they take on Colorado. The 25-year-old has been fitting in well in his first year in Minnesota, with eight goals, 14 assists, 68 SOG and a +8 plus/minus through 52 games prior to the injury.
Source: Joe Smith 02/15/23, 3:24 pm EST
Sam Steel is considered day-to-day and will miss Monday's game vs. Florida (undisclosed).
Steel left the Wilds' previous game after 12:17 TOI due to an undisclosed injury and is considered day-to-day as he will miss Monday's contest vs. Florida. It is a tough setback for the 25-year-old, who had been fitting in well in his first year in Minnesota, with eight goals, 14 assists, 68 SOG and a +8 plus/minus through 52 games prior to the injury.
The Wild have signed Sam Steel to a one-year deal worth $825K.
Steel will draw into the Ducks lineup on Thursday.
Steel was a healthy scratch on Tuesday but will replace Max Comtois in the lineup on Thursday. Steel, who has played primarily as a bottom-6 option for the Ducks this season, has no goals and just three assists in his last 18 games.
Steel was activated from COVID-19 protocol and will play Friday in Vegas.
The Ducks placed Sam Steel on the COVID-19 protocol list on Sunday.
Steel and Max Comtois were placed in COVID-19 protocol on Sunday and likely won't be able to re-join the Ducks until the middle of next week.