(KSDK Sports) -- Reports out of Blues practice that two players, Andy McDonald and Alex Steen were injured, has resulted in the Blues calling up a forward, Andrew Murray from the Blues' American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, Peoria Rivermen under emergency conditions.
KSDK Sports Director Rene Knott reports both McDonald and Steen left late in practice. Steen's injury was to the upper body. No information regarding McDonald's injury was available. We expect to learn more Wednesday at the Blues scheduled practice.
Murray, 31, has played in 38 games with Peoria this season, tallying 19 points including 10 goals and nine assists.
Overall, the 6'2, 218-pound forward has appeared in five National Hockey League (NHL) seasons (2007-2012) totaling 40 points (24 goals, 16 assists) and 36 penalty minutes in 220 games between San Jose and Columbus.
The Selkirk, Manitoba native was originally drafted by Columbus in the eighth round, 242nd overall, of the 2001 Entry Draft. Murray was signed by the Blues as a free agent on July 6, 2012.