John Scott

#28 D / Arizona Coyotes / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-8 Weight: 259 lb Age: 33 College: Michigan Tech

Fantasy Points by Week

    LW Rank
    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

      Coyotes' John Scott: Clears waivers

      Scott cleared waivers Monday, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports. Scott will remain with the team for the time being, but he'll likely head back to the AHL. The winger has appeared in just two games with the parent club this season, failing to record a point in both.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

      Coyotes' John Scott: Placed on waivers

      Scott was placed on waivers by the Coyotes on Sunday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports. Scott seen action in just two contests for the Coyotes, and was placed on waivers earlier in the season but stayed with the club. It seems likely that he'll be sent to the AHL if he goes unclaimed this time around.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

      Coyotes' John Scott clears waivers

      John Scott cleared waivers Friday, Craig Morgan of AZ Central reports. Scott passed through waivers unclaimed, so he'll remain with the Coyotes for the time being, though he'll likely land in the AHL in the near future.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

      Arizona Coyotes' John Scott Placed on Waivers

      Scott was placed on waivers Thursday,TSN's Bob McKenzie reports. The veteran enforcer will likely clear waivers and report to the Portland Pirates of the AHL. Scott offered very little fantasy value other than his ability to rack up penalty minutes. There is a chance he may end up on another NHL roster, but that is still to be seen.

    • Scott Signs One-Year Contract With Coyotes

      News: John Scott signed a one-year (one-way) contract with the Coyotes on Friday.
      Analysis: John Scott has never been a fantasy relevant player during his eight year NHL career, and it's doubtful that will change in Arizona. His fantasy value is limited to penalty minutes, but he doesn't get enough playing time to rack up penalties with any sort of consistency.
    • John Scott Will Not Return To Sharks

      News: GM Doug Wilson announced Friday that the Sharks will not extend John Scott an offer, according to CSN Bay Area.
      Analysis: John Scott hit a career-high three goals this season, which may give you a bit of an idea of why the Sharks aren't going to re-sign him. His value to fantasy is limited to penalty minutes, but he doesn't get enough ice time for him to be effective there with any regularity.
    • Sharks' Scott Returns To Practice

      News: John Scott (illness) returned to practice Friday, CSN Bay Area's Kevin Kurz reports.
      Analysis: John Scott seems to be back at close to full health after missing Thursday's session with the illness. He'll likely slot in on the Sharks' fourth line for Saturday's game against the Canucks.
    • Sharks' Scott Falls Ill Thursday

      News: John Scott missed Thursday's practice with an illness, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
      Analysis: Coach Todd McLellan had Brent Burns fill in for John Scott on the Sharks' fourth line at practice, but it doesn't sound like the illness is overly serious for the winger. He's expected to be at full health in advance of Saturday's game against the Canucks.
    • Extremely Rare Goal For Sharks' Scott

      News: John Scott found twine for just the fourth time in his 259-game career in a 3-1 loss to the Flames on Wednesday.
      Analysis: He spent just 4:43 on the ice in this one, so how's that for efficiency? With 476 PIM and 36 fighting majors to his name, the pugilist has only ever been fantasy relevant for his transgressions, as his third-period goal was one of the rarest sights in all of hockey.
    • Scott's Production Anemic For Sharks

      News: While John Scott has tied a career high in points already with two, he's not getting the ice time necessary to give him value.
      Analysis: John Scott has played just 19 games this season. If you're rostering him, it's for his penalty minutes and you're laughing all the way to the bank that he has a goal and an assist -- both numbers tie a career high for the big winger -- but he's not on the ice consistently enough for those penalty minutes to matter for most formats. Look to players accumulating penalty minutes, even if it's at a slightly slower pace, who are playing regularly if you've got Scott on your roster.
    Recommended Stories