Chris Porter

#7 LW / Minnesota Wild / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 206 lb Age: 31 College: North Dakota

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Wild's Chris Porter: Healthy scratch

    Porter was a healthy scratch in Saturday's win over Dallas. It was the first time all season he's been a healthy scratch, so this was likely just a day off.

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    Wild's Chris Porter: Returns from lower body injury

    Porter (lower body) had four hits in ten minutes of ice time in Saturday's loss to Pittsburgh. Porter had just one goal and no assists in his last ten games as he's mostly used on a checking line. He has 30 hits in his last ten games, however.

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    Wild's Chris Porter: Questionable with groin injury

    Porter is day to day with a lower body injury, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Porter sat out the Wild's last game before a three-day Christmas break, so he could return with the extended rest.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Wild's Chris Porter: Scores first goal

    Porter scored his first goal of the season and had five hits in Tuesday's win over Winnipeg. Porter has been mostly used for his defense on a checking line, but will be asked to do more with the puck with injuries to Zach Parise and Justin Fontaine. Porter got 1:43 on the penalty kill unit, so he'll have some value on special teams as well. However, don't expect him to be a major contributor on offense.

  • Claimed by Wild

    News: Chris Porter was claimed off waivers by the Wild on Thursday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
    Analysis: Chris Porter was expected to pass through waivers and ultimately serve as forward depth at the AHL level for the Flyers. However, the Wild saw promise in the 31-year-old winger, who reportedly has been one of the stand out players at Flyers camp. He will now head to Minnesota, where he will likely assume a bottom-six role at the start of the 2015-16 campaign with the Wild.
  • Waived by Flyers

    News: The Flyers waived Chris Porter on Wednesday, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
    Analysis: As a 31-year-old who's never been able to catch on as a full-time NHLer, Chris Porter is expected to pass through waivers and serve as forward depth at the AHL level.
  • Porter Inks One-Year Deal With Flyers

    News: Chris Porter signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Flyers on Saturday.
    Analysis: Chris Porter suited up for 24 games with the Blues last season, managing to record a mere two points (one goal, one assist) in those contests. He will likely once again split time between the AHL and NHL in 2015-16, and will provide the Flyers with organizational depth at forward in case of injury.
  • Blues' Porter Records Assist In Win

    News: Chris Porter recorded an assist in Wednesday's Game 4 victory over the Wild.
    Analysis: Chris Porter made the most of his first appearance of the postseason, setting up Ryan Reaves for the game's first goal while chipping in a team-high five hits. The assist was Porter's first point since Dec. 8.
  • Blues' Porter Will Return To Lineup Saturday

    News: Chris Porter will return to the Blues lineup Saturday against the Penguins.
    Analysis: Chris Porter has been out of the Blues' lineup with an ankle injury since Dec. 30. He'll likely slot into a bottom-six role upon his return. Porter has only tallied two points through 14 games with the Blues this season.
  • Blues' Porter Activated From IR

    News: Chris Porter (ankle) was activated from injured reserve ahead of Tuesday's game against the Stars, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports..
    Analysis: Chris Porter has been fully recovered from the ankle injury for a while now, but the Blues didn't have an opening available for him in the lineup until Tuesday. It looks like coach Ken Hitchcock could slot Porter into a bottom-six role, with Joakim Lindstrom heading to the press box in his place. With only two points in 14 games this season, Porter's return shouldn't make much waves in the fantasy realm.
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