Hamilton lit the lamp, adding a power-play assist and a plus-2 rating in Thursday's 7-3 win over Vancouver. Hamilton had been relatively quiet since his three-point explosion on March 20, but the blueliner has still been able to reach the scoresheet. The 22-year-old has two tallies and four apples in his last nine outings, with Thursday's outing marking a new career-high 43 points.
Hamilton dished out three assists -- including one on the power play -- during Sunday's 4-1 victory over Montreal. It was the second time in four games that the 22-year-old recorded three assists. He also took three shots, delivered two hits, and finished with a plus-2 rating in the win. Hamilton has been a nice addition to Calgary's blue line, and is now just five points away from tying his career-high.
Hamilton racked up three assists in Monday's 7-4 win over the visiting Blues. Hamilton didn't fire any rubber on net, nor did he come away with a positive plus/minus rating (he was even on the night), but the trio of apples more than makes up for it. With 34 points through 69 games this year, the former B's blueliner is six shy of his career high set in 2014-15, so look for him to continue to jump up in the play with 13 games remaining.
Hamilton filled out his stat line in Thursday's 6-3 loss to Buffalo, as he scored a power-play goal on three shots to go with an assist, a plus-2 rating and two PIM. Well, you can't pin the loss on Hamilton, who played one of his better games of the year and hit double-digit goals for the second consecutive season. That said, he skated a very modest 18:02, marking only the second occasion in the last 13 games on which he's seen so little ice time. Despite the loss, it's nice for the Flames to see the young blueliner strut his stuff, as he'd managed only a lonely assist over an eight-game span coming in.
Hamilton produced a goal and an assist in Monday's 6-4 loss to Anaheim. The former Bruin has been all sorts of hot lately, as he's now up to seven points in as many games while firing 18 shots on goal. Hamilton is doing his best to make up for lost time, since even with the mini point-per-game outburst, he still has just 26 points in 54 games this year. 26 points from a defenseman is no joke, but owners were likely looking for something a bit better than a 38-point pace from the 2011 ninth overall pick.
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