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Blues re-assign Lindbohm to AHL

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The Blues returned to St. Louis early Monday morning following Sunday's 3-0 loss to the Anaheim Ducks.

The players have the day off from practice, but the club did announce one move. Defenseman Petteri Lindbohm has been returned to the Chicago Wolves of the American Hockey League.

Lindbohm, a sixth-round pick in 2012, was recalled to the Blues on Saturday and played in their loss to the Ducks.

Along with Vladimir Tarasenko, Lindbohm shared the lead in shots on goal with four and had two hits with a minus-rating in 14 minutes, 5 seconds of ice time.

"It's a tough game to really judge a guy," said Barret Jackman, Lindbohm's defensive partner Sunday. "He didn't shy away from any contact. But our whole team wasn't really on the same page, so it's hard to judge."

With Lindbohm in the lineup, Jordan Leopold was a healthy scratch on defense Sunday.

Carl Gunnarsson was on the road trip with the Blues and continues to practice with the club. It's not yet known if Gunnarsson will be ready to make his debut with team when it hosts Vancouver Thursday at Scottrade Center or shortly thereafter.

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Jeremy Rutherford is the lead Blues beat writer for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

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