Jakub Vrana Stats
- Height / Weight
- 72 / 190 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 2/28/1996 (28)
Jakub Vrana Last 10 Games
Jakub Vrana News
The St. Louis Blues have placed forward Jakub Vrana on unconditional waivers. Vrana has been a disappointment for the Blues this season, posting just six points (two goals, four assists) in 19 games. After he was acquired from the Detroit Red Wings late last season, he immediately provided a spark for the Blue, notching 10 goals in 20 games. Unfortunately, that success hasn't translated into this season and has resulted in healthy scratches from time to time. The Blues have decided to cut bait with the 27-year-old as a result, and time will tell if he finds his way onto a new team.
St. Louis Blues forward Jakub Vrana will come out of the lineup and serve as a healthy scratch when his club takes on the Arizona Coyotes on Wednesday. It's not the first time this season the 27-year-old has been a healthy scratch this season as he also came out of the lineup for an October contest versus the Calgary Flames. It's been a tough season for Vrana after some brief success following a move to St. Louis from Detroit last season. The former first-round pick tallied 10 goals and 14 points in 20 games with the Blues last season but has just two goals and eight points in 15 games this season while seeing his ice time dip to just 12:21 per game, a near three-minute drop from his time with St. Louis a season ago.
St. Louis Blues left wing Jakub Vrana will come out of the lineup Thursday as a healthy scratch. The Blues have decided to go with seven defensemen against Calgary, and Vrana is a casualty of the change. The 27-year-old had a good start to the campaign with three points in three games, but he's fired blanks in the most recent two outings and was limited to only 9:12 of ice time last time out against the Jets. Alexey Toropchenko will skate in Vrana's spot on the third line. Defenseman Tyler Tucker is also getting scratched for the contest, with Robert Bortuzzo and Scott Perunovich coming into the lineup.
St. Louis Blues left wing Jakub Vrana is trying to resurrect his career on a new team and has looked promising. After finishing 2022-23 in St. Louis, posting 14 points (10 goals, four assists) in 20 games, Vrana has tallied points in all of his three preseason outings ahead of the new campaign. He was involved in all goals in Monday's 5-3 loss to Columbus and boasts three goals and two assists in total. Following some personal issues, Vrana looks to have landed in a good situation for himself, and he could make a big impact when the real action starts soon.