Dillon was named the first star of Sunday's win over Columbus, putting up a goal, three shots, a hit and a plus-2 rating. Despite a well-rounded night, he still tends to be more defensive-minded and not tally that frequently. He also did all this in just 15:48 of ice time, which is fine tonight, but he's just not getting as many opportunities as other guys available in his price range.
Dillon had his second assist of the season along with a plus-2 rating and a shot in Friday's win over Detroit. Dillon's fantasy utility is limited still and his decreasing ice time is a bad sign for anyone who has already rostered him. He played just 14:37 against Detroit and didn't have any penalty minutes weighing that ice time down.
Dillon had a team-leading 15 penalty minutes against the Ducks on Saturday. Due to those penalties Dillon only played 12:49 in the game, with two hits and three blocked shots. He was ejected from the game following the second period fight that brought him 15 minutes of penalties.
Brenden Dillon signed a five-year, $16.35 million contract extension with the Sharks on Monday, Katie Strang of ESPN.com reports.
Brenden Dillon, acquired by the Sharks in November, has no points in his last 13 games.
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