Warren Peters

C / Pittsburgh Penguins / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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    • Peters Heading To Pittsburgh

      News: Warren Peters signed a one-year, two-way contract with Pittsburgh on Sunday, according to the PIttsburgh Post-Gazette.
      Analysis: Warren Peters notched five points in 58 NHL games last season with Minnesota and notched 70 hits in that span. He's likely ticketed for the AHL.
    • Peters Back For Minnesota

      News: Warren Peters (upper body) will play against Nashville on Tuesday, Minneapolis Star Tribune writer Michael Russo reports.
      Analysis: With five points on the year, Warren Peters' return means little beyond the depth he provides Minnesota.
    • Wild's Peters Will Join Team Monday

      News: Warren Peters (pinched nerve) will join the team in Nashville on Monday, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
      Analysis: Warren Peters sat out Sunday's game against Chicago, but it appears he could be ready to go Tuesday against the Predators. With just five points (1G, 4A) on the year, his eventual return will mean little in terms of fantasy.
    • Wild's Peters Out Sunday

      News: Warren Peters (upper body) will not play Sunday against Chicago, the Wild's official Twitter page reports.
      Analysis: Warren Peters went face-first into the wall after a hit by the Kings' Jordan Nolan on Saturday. Peters has just five points (1G, 4A) in his 55 games this season, and his status for Tuesday's game against the Predators is uncertain.
    • Wild's Peters Hurt in Saturday's Win

      News: Warren Peters left Saturday's win over the Kings in the third period after he was injured going into the wall face-first after a hit by Jordan Nolan, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
      Analysis: His exact injury isn't clear, but it sounds like something that could cause him to miss a game or two.
    • Wild's Peters Sits Out Sunday's Game

      News: Warren Peters was suspended for one game for cross-checking Blues forward David Backes on Saturday, NHL.com reports.
      Analysis: Warren Peters, who is serving his suspension Sunday against the Bruins, was replaced in the Wild lineup by Chad Rau, who ended up opening the scoring in the second period of Sunday's contest.
    • Minny's Peters Ejected; Likely To Face Suspension

      News: Warren Peters was ejected from Saturday's game after deliberately cross checking the Blues' David Backes in the side of the head. He will likely face suspension.
      Analysis: He received a five for the cross check and a game misconduct. He hit Backes, who had supposedly taken a few runs at Wild players, directly across the right earhole of the helmet, snapping Backes' head and neck to the side before the Blues' winger dropped to the ice.
    • Wild Recall Peters

      News: The Wild recalled Warren Peters from AHL Houston on Wednesday, according to the team's official Twitter page.
      Analysis: Warren Peters will provide some depth up front with several forwards not 100 percent at the moment. Peters scored one point in nine games with the Wild earlier this season, so it's unlikely that he'll make enough of an impact to help your fantasy squad.
    • Wild Send Peters To AHL

      News: Warren Peters has been sent back to Houston (AHL), the Wild's official site reports.
      Analysis: His role was limited to the point where he wasn't really on the fantasy radar with the Wild anyway. Warren Peters will likely be back in Minnesota when injuries open up the need for another forward later this season.
    • Seven PIMs For Minnesota's Peters

      News: Warren Peters was tagged for seven penalty minutes in just his second appearance of the season, a 5-2 loss at Los Angeles on Saturday. His boarding major late in the first frame led to a Kings power-play goal.
      Analysis: We doubt that he's suddenly been transformed into an enforcer, so don't rush to claim him to beef up your team's toughness quotient. In any event, he won't see enough ice time to be of meaningful fantasy value.
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