NHL Recent Player News
|1/17/2017||Adam Clendening, NYR, D|
|Clendening had an assist Tuesday against the Stars.
Analysis: He has four points in his last four games.
|1/17/2017||Pavel Buchnevich, NYR, RW|
|Buchnevich had a goal and two assists Tuesday against Dallas.
Analysis: The rookie has five points in three games since being recalled from the AHL.
|1/17/2017||Devin Shore, Dal, C|
|Shore had an assist Tuesday against the Rangers.
Analysis: He has five points over his last six games.
|1/17/2017||Patrick Sharp, Dal, LW|
|Sharp scored twice as the Dallas Stars held on for a wild 7-6 victory over the New York Rangers on Tuesday night.
Analysis: Limited to just 20 games this season, Sharp has three goals and three assists over his last six contests.
|1/17/2017||Antoine Roussel, Dal, LW|
|Roussel scored his seventh goal Tuesday against the Rangers.
Analysis: He has two goals in his last three games after scoring once in his previous 23 contests.
|1/17/2017||Lauri Korpikoski, Dal, LW|
|Korpikoski had two assists against the Rangers on Tuesday.
Analysis: He has two goals and four assists over his last seven games.
|1/17/2017||Jiri Hudler, Dal, RW|
|Hudler had an assist Tuesday against the Rangers.
Analysis: He has a goal and two assists over a three-game point streak.
|1/17/2017||Radek Faksa, Dal, C|
|Faksa had two assists Tuesday against the Rangers.
Analysis: He's played well lately with nine points in his last seven games.
|1/17/2017||Patrick Eaves, Dal, RW|
|Eaves had a goal and two assists each and the Dallas Stars held on for a wild 7-6 victory over the New York Rangers on Tuesday night.
Analysis: The score was the veteran's 16th this season, tied with Tyler Seguin for the team lead. It's also Eaves' highest goal total since he recorded 20 as a rookie with Ottawa in 2005-06.
|1/17/2017||Jamie Benn, Dal, LW|
|Benn had a goal and two assists as the Dallas Stars held on for a wild 7-6 victory over the New York Rangers on Tuesday night.
Analysis: Benn has 22 points in his last 21 games.
|1/17/2017||Cam Ward, Car, G|
|Ward allowed all four Blue Jackets' goals and was lifted in the second period of Tuesday's 4-1 loss to snap a four-start winning streak.
Analysis: Ward may have won those previous four starts, but his GAA is now 3.55 over his last five.
|1/17/2017||Ryan Murray, Cls, D|
|Murray had two assists Tuesday against the Hurricanes.
Analysis: The 2012 No. 2 overall pick has three assists in the last two games after totaling four in his first 36 contests.
|1/17/2017||Boone Jenner, Cls, C|
|Jenner scored for the third straight game Tuesday and added an assist against Carolina.
Analysis: He is on a four-game point streak after going eight straight without one.
|1/17/2017||Brandon Dubinsky, Cls, C|
|Dubinsky scored twice Tuesday against the Hurricanes.
Analysis: He had three goals in his first 40 games of the season.
|1/17/2017||Cam Atkinson, Cls, RW|
|Atkinson had two assists Tuesday against Carolina.
Analysis: He's among the NHL leaders with 21 goals and 43 points in 43 games. Atkinson set a career high with 53 points in 81 contests last season.
|1/17/2017||Teuvo Teravainen, Car, LW|
|Teravainen had an assist against the Blue Jackets on Tuesday.
Analysis: He has five goals and nine assists in his last 19 games.
|1/17/2017||Lee Stempniak, Car, RW|
|Stempniak had an assist Tuesday against Columbus.
Analysis: He recorded a goal and two assists Saturday against the Islanders. Those four points in the last two games match his production from his previous 13 contests.
|1/17/2017||Sebastian Aho, Car, RW|
|Aho scored his 11th goal Tuesday against Columbus.
Analysis: Eight of those goals have come in the rookie's last 19 games, a stretch during which Aho also has five assists.
|1/17/2017||Morgan Rielly, Tor, D|
|The Toronto Maple Leafs lost Rielly to a lower-body injury midway through the first period on Tuesday night.
Analysis: Rielly was tripped by Buffalo Sabres forward William Carrier and fell awkwardly into the boards 5:30 into the first period. Rielly missed two shifts, returned for a shift, but was unable to play through the injury.
|1/17/2017||Anton Rodin, Van, RW|
|Rodin will be sidelined indefinitely after aggravating a previous injury to his surgically repaired knee.
Analysis: The NHL rookie has appeared in just three games this season and none since Jan. 6. Rodin, the MVP of the Swedish Elite League last season, has been dealing with knee problems for a full year, as he underwent surgery last January to repair a severed tendon and has been plagued by recurrent soreness and swelling.
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