• Bolts' Stralman Picks Up Assist In Game 5

    News: Anton Stralman picked up an assist on Valtteri Filppula's goal in Saturday's Game 5 loss to the Blackhawks.
    Analysis: After scoring a career-high 39 points during the regular season, Anton Stralman's offense has dried up a bit in the playoffs, but he's still been serviceable with a goal and eight assists to date. Stralman and top-pairing partner Victor Hedman have saved their best work on the defensive end during the series, where they've held Blackhawks star winger Patrick Kane to just one point through five games.
  • Bolts' Stralman Nabs Power-Play Assist In Game 6

    News: Anton Stralman assisted on Ryan Callahan's first-period power-play goal in Tuesday's Game 6 loss to the Rangers.
    Analysis: Anton Stralman delivered a beautiful outlet pass to Callahan to trim the Bolts' deficit to 2-1, but it wasn't nearly enough to keep pace with the Rangers, who rode the sensational play of Derick Brassard to a 7-3 victory. Both of Stralman's points in the series against his former team have come in the last two games.
  • Bolts' Stralman Ends Series On Three-Assist Streak

    News: Anton Stralman gathered a power-play assist in Tuesday's Game 6 win over the Canadiens.
    Analysis: Anton Stralman finished off the second-round series win with assists in each of the final three games, giving him five points during the postseason. He skated a team-high 23:41 during Game 6.
  • Bolts' Stralman Aids Comeback In Game 4

    News: Anton Stralman captured an assist and went plus-2 in Thursday's come-from-behind victory in Game 4 against the Red Wings.
    Analysis: Anton Stralman set up the first of two Tyler Johnson goals on the evening to come away with the game's third star. It gave Stralman just his second point in nine contests.
  • Bolts' Stralman Gets Power-Play Assist

    News: Anton Stralman set up a power-play goal in Thursday's loss to Ottawa.
    Analysis: He has four points (one goal, three assists) in his last four games and now has 39 points on the season. Use him well.
  • Tampa's Stralman: Two-Point Game

    News: Anton Stralman picked up a goal and an assist in Monday's win over Montreal. The assist came on the power play.
    Analysis: Don't look now, but he's deliciously close to the 40-point mark (he has 38). The Bolts started him alongside Victor Hedman on Monday and that duo might deliver great benefits to Anton Stralman's fantasy owners before season's end.
  • Bolts' Stralman Nabs Goal In Second Straight

    News: Anton Stralman tallied a goal in his second straight game in Sunday's victory over the Bruins.
    Analysis: Anton Stralman's production has slowed from his hot first month of the season, but he's still on track to triple his scoring output from 2013-14 with the Rangers. After collecting eight goals across the last four seasons combined, Stralman has already matched that total in his debut campaign with the Bolts. He's also sitting on a career-best plus-21 rating.
  • Bolts' Stralman: 10 Points In Last Nine Games

    News: Anton Stralman picked up an assist in Tuesday's win over Buffalo. He now has 10 points, including eight assists, in his last nine games.
    Analysis: He's back on track after a lull in production and you should be taking full advantage. He's on pace for his first-ever 40 point season.
  • Bolts' Stralman Collects Two Points

    News: Anton Stralman tallied a goal and an assist in Sunday's 4-3 loss to the Panthers.
    Analysis: Anton Stralman doesn't score many goals, but he's collected two in his last five games -- a span that's included three multi-point efforts. The defenseman's late season scoring surge puts him just a goal and two points away from matching his career bests in those categories, both set in the 2009-10 season.
  • Bolts' Stralman Contributes Two Assists

    News: Anton Stralman dished out two assists in Saturday's win over the Coyotes.
    Analysis: That's back-to-back multi-point games for the 28-year-old, who has racked up seven points in his last five games. He's now got 30 points (four goals) and an impressive plus-23 rating in 61 games on the season. Averaging 22:06 of ice time and recording 10 power-play points, the former Ranger is an all-around solid fantasy option.