Matt Beleskey

#39 LW / Boston Bruins / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 206 lb Age: 27 College: None

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    Bruins' Matt Beleskey: Aggressive in Tuesday's ugly loss

    Beleskey picked up five PIM on Tuesday in a 9-2 loss to the Kings. He also connected with Brad Marchand for his 18th assist of the season, albeit with a minus-2 rating in the game. Beleskey was sent to the box for fighting winger Andy Andreoff, hence the five PIM and lowest amount of ice time (12:46) he's had in the past five games. Remember, this is Beleskey's first year as a Bruin, having secured a five-year deal in free agency following a 22-goal campaign with the Ducks. Beleskey is averaging 15:42 of ice time this season - which is the most he's earned in seven years of NHL service time - but the Bruins haven't needed his services on the power play to the degree that Anaheim did last season. In fact, Beleskey is logging 0:52 on the man advantage, more than a minute less than he had with the Ducks in 2014-15. He's put up eight goals and 18 assists this campaign, reverting to a pass-first brand of hockey.

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    Bruins' Matt Beleskey: Two-assist effort in loss

    Beleskey assisted on both Boston goals in Tuesday's 6-2 trouncing at the hands of Anaheim. He'd been held off the scoresheet for five consecutive games and eight of nine, but got back into the swing of things in this one. Unfortunately, Beleskey's efforts were in vain. Fantasy owners who employ the 27-year-old winger for his combination of toughness and points will have to deal with just a single lonely hit Tuesday, but they're probably not complaining; after all, he's already reached a new career high in that category at 164 and counting.

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    Bruins' Matt Beleskey: Will play Saturday

    Beleskey (illness) took part in line rushes during pregame warmups, indicating he will play Saturday against Columbus, Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe reports. Beleskey, who has tallied 22 points (eight goals, 14 assists) in 44 games this season, is expected to skate alongside Joonas Kemppainen and Jimmy Hayes on the Bruins' third line in Saturday's contest.

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    Bruins' Matt Beleskey: Under the weather

    Beleskey was sent home before Friday's practice because he was feeling under the weather, Joe Haggerty of CSN New England reports. Beleskey, who saw 15:41 worth of ice time in Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Canucks, should thus be considered day-to-day in advance of Saturday's 7:00 ET tilt at home against the Blue Jackets. To date, the winger has recorded eight goals, 22 points and 38 PIM in 44 games in his first season as a Bruin.

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    Bruins' Matt Beleskey: Nets two points Friday

    Beleskey scored his eighth goal of the season and added an assist in Friday's 4-1 win over Buffalo. The 27-year-old has now put up 22 points this season, so he's well on his way to surpassing his career-high 32 set last year as a Duck. Beleskey is part of a sneaky-good second line right now with Ryan Spooner and Loui Eriksson and enjoys time on the B's second power-play unit, so he makes for a serviceable play in deeper leagues -- especially in those that count hits, as he currently sits 10th in the NHL in that category.

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    Bruins' Matt Beleskey: Scores lone goal in Winter Classic loss

    Beleskey found twine for the eighth time this season in Friday's 5-1 loss to the Canadiens in the Winter Classic. He also finished with a plus-1 rating and fired four shots on goal. Beleskey's goal early in the third period brought a little dignity back to the B's in what was an otherwise embarrassing loss in front of their home fans at Gillette Stadium against a bitter rival. The former Duck has had a real knack for the net lately with four goals in the last four games, so he could make for a sneaky play in deeper leagues if he continues to produce. Through 35 games this season, Beleskey has 20 points, a plus-8 rating and 34 PIM.

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    Bruins' Matt Beleskey: Puts up well-rounded stat line in win

    Beleskey scored two goals -- one on the power play -- while racking up four hits and 10 penalty minutes in Tuesday's win over Ottawa. Usually, Beleskey's game is points and hits, but his fantasy owners certainly won't complain about a complement of PIM as well. After going through a bit of a mid-December skid, he's racked up four points in the last three games.

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    Bruins' Matt Beleskey: Tallies two points

    Beleskey scored a goal and added an assist against the Flames on Friday. This is a nice game for Beleskey, but overall this season has been a disappointment, which, admittedly, a lot of people predicted. His goal was his first since October, and he only has three on the year.

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    Bruins' Matt Beleskey: Notches helper Thursday

    Beleskey recorded an assist in 16:53 worth of ice time in the Bruins' 3-2 loss to the Avs on Thursday. Prior to Thursday's helper, Beleskey had gone four games without a point, with his overall total now standing at six points in 13 games to date. In leagues that count hits, it's worth noting that Beleskey -- who has seen work on each of the team's top three lines to date -- has recorded 54, a mark good for 10th in the NHL.

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    Bruins' Matt Beleskey: Returns to action Tuesday

    Beleskey (upper body) notched two assists in 12:17 worth of ice time in Tuesday's 6-0 win over the Coyotes. In his return to action Tuesday after a two-game absence, Beleskey worked on a line with Ryan Spooner and Jimmy Hayes. Given the way things clicked for the B's in the contest, expect the trio to remain intact for the time being.

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