Even though he played in only three of the Blues' last 25 games of the regular season, Jordan Leopold dressed as St. Louis' sixth defenseman in Game 1 against the Blackhawks Thursday night.
Leopold was injured for much of the season but appears fine right now and will play ahead of both Carlo Colaiacovo and Ian Cole for the time being.
Jordan Leopold will return from his ankle injury on Thursday against Buffalo.
Barret Jackman will come out of the lineup because of a lower-body injury, so Lepold will take his place. Leopold has been sidelined since Feb. 8, but he'll return in time to play against his former team.
Jordan Leopold (ankle) is close to returning to the Blues' lineup.
Leopold has been out since Feb. 8 and has only played in 24 games this season. When he has been healthy, he's scored a goal and six points.
Jordan Leopold (ankle) wasn't able to return Sunday and he's not expected to play until next week.
He was able to return to the ice on Monday, so he appears to be over his bout with the flu. Leopold hasn't played since Feb. 8 because of an ankle injury.
Look for Jordan Leopold to return to the St. Louis lineup after recovering from a bout with the flu.
He will likely dress for St. Louis' Saturday afternoon encounter with the Flyers. If for some reason you are counting on Leopold, get ready to activate him.
Jordan Leopold (ankle) won't return on Wednesday.
In addition to his ankle injury, Leopold is also dealing with the flu. He hasn't played since Feb. 8.
Jordan Leopold (ankle) was on the ice with his teammates for St. Louis' optional skate Wednesday.
Leopold is questionable for Thursday's game against Edmonton. Injuries have limited him to just 24 games in 2013-14.
Jordan Leopold (ankle) isn't expected to play during St. Louis' upcoming road trip this week.
However, he may travel with the team. Leopold skated in full equipment on Sunday for the first time since sustaining a high-ankle sprain on Feb. 8 against Winnipeg. He has been limited to 24 games this season due to injuries.
Jordan Leopold has left Saturday afternoon's game against Winnipeg with a lower-body injury.
According to the team, he will not return. He logged just 2:43 of ice time prior to getting hurt.
Jordan Leopold doesn't need to wear a split on his surgically repaired finger anymore.
Leopold noted that playing without it on Friday was quite a difference. "It's a mental challenge when you have a piece of equipment that doesn't make things as easy," Leopold said. "I have a finger that's fixed in a certain position. It's my top hand. Instead of having four fingers, I have three fingers on the stick." He has five assists in 21 games in 2013-14.