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Blues get Jackman, Steen back in lineup after 10 games; Langkow returns to Flames

ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis Blues welcomed injured defenceman Barret Jackman and winger Alex Steen back to the lineup Friday night against the Calgary Flames.

Both were injured March 9 at Columbus and have missed the last 10 games.

Jackman suffered a broken index finger on his right hand while Steen had a high left ankle sprain. Both were projected to miss four to six weeks.

The Flames also welcomed back centre Daymond Langkow, who's missed more than a year with a broken neck suffered March 21, 2010, against Minnesota after being hit with a shot by teammate Ian White.

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