Oduya grabbed an assist, two shots, a hit and two blocked shots in Thursday's loss to the Coyotes. It was a well-rounded night for Oduya. In almost any format he put up points across categories. The only negatives were the minus-1 rating and just 18:46 of ice time. That's the lowest ice time he's had in seven games. But there's nothing to worry about there long-term. He had 26 total shifts, which is tied for the most he's had in the last four games.
Oduya grabbed an assist in the Stars' win over Nashville on Monday. That assist snaps a stretch of eight pointless games. Oduya is already six points over what he put up all of last season, but his offensive totals are still low enough that there will be stretches like this recent slump. You can only rely on him to be consistently inconsistent with his offensive output.
Oduya was once again held without a point or shot as the Stars beat the Wild in overtime Tuesday. Oduya has already surpassed his point total from last season, but it's been tough to find any offense lately. He's without a point in six games, has gone five straight games without a shot, and has just two assists in his last 19 games.
Oduya was held without a point for the seventh straight game in Tuesday's loss to the Kings. However, he blocked a team-leading four shots, additionally contributed two hits and a shot. Oduya isn't a huge scorer. His 14 points in 47 games surpasses his point total through 76 games last season. He's on pace to pass 20 points this season for the first time since the 2008-09 season. With an uncharacteristic pace like this in his mid-30s, don't be surprised to see droughts.
Oduya grabbed the Stars only goal in a loss to Calgary on Thursday. While Oduya is no offensive dynamo, he's been on a tear lately, putting up three goals and two assists over the last five games. He's also added 10 blocked shots to his team-leading total of 67 over that span. This kind of offensive output shouldn't be relied on from Oduya.
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