Brett Bellemore

D / N.Y. Rangers Rangers / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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    • Rangers Sign Bellemore To PTO

      News: Brett Bellemore signed a professional tryout offer with the Rangers on Wednesday, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.
      Analysis: Along with Raphael Diaz, Chris Summers, and Dylan McIlrath, Brett Bellemore is expected to compete for a role as the Rangers' seventh defenseman. Even if he comes away with those duties in tow, Bellemore is projected to serve as a healthy scratch on most occasions, which will make it difficult for him to surpass the already modest production (two goals, 10 points in 49 games) he provided for Carolina a season ago.
    • Canes' Bellemore Helps Out In Losing Effort

      News: Brett Bellemore dished out two assists and went plus-1 in Thursday's 5-3 loss to the Stars.
      Analysis: His ice time fell back off to 17:12 from Tuesday's season-high minutes, but Brett Bellemore snapped a four-game stretch without a point. With just eight points in 38 games on the year, though, there's not much to be found here from a fantasy perspective unless your league counts hits.
    • Canes' Bellemore Seeing More Ice Time

      News: Brett Bellemore skated a season-high 21:23 in Tuesday's loss to the Blue Jackets. He finished the game with zero points but had six hits.
      Analysis: Brett Bellemore is seeing an increased workload now that Tim Gleason and Andrej Sekera (traded to the Capitals and Kings, respectively) are no longer patrolling the Canes' blue line. That said, with just six points in 37 games so far this season, Bellemore's offensive output will be lucky to hit double digits by season's end; accordingly, he has fantasy value in ultra-deep formats only.
    • Canes' Bellemore Pots First Goal Of Season

      News: Brett Bellemore scored his first goal of the season and collected five PIM in Friday's win over Washington.
      Analysis: Brett Bellemore now has six points and a plus-3 rating in 33 games on the season. Considering the defenseman averages just 15:32 of ice time and has only recorded 16 shots on goal, Bellmore is only valuable in the deepest of fantasy leagues.
    • Canes' Bellemore Will Play Friday

      News: Brett Bellemore (illness) was on the ice for pregame warmups and appears set to play Friday against the Capitals, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer reports.
      Analysis: Brett Bellemore was a game-time decision after missing the Canes' morning skate with the illness, but he made enough progress in the afternoon for the team to feel comfortable using him. Few fantasy players were likely awaiting an announcement on Bellemore's status with much anxiousness, as the blueliner has produced no goals and five assists over 32 games this season.
    • Canes' Bellemore Dealing With Minor Illness

      News: Brett Bellemore is dealing with a minor illness, but he should still be able to play in Friday's game against the Capitals.
      Analysis: Hurricanes coach Bill Peters said he expects Brett Bellemore and Eric Staal (illness) to play in Friday's game, even though both players missed morning skate.
    • Canes' Bellemore Registers Assist In Win

      News: Brett Bellemore notched an assist in Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Lightning.
      Analysis: The 26-year-old Brett Bellemore routinely shuffles out of the lineup as a healthy scratch periodically and often sees fewer than 18 minutes when he plays, making it difficult to extract much value out of him. Tuesday's assist was his fourth point in 25 games this season.
    • Hurricanes Activate Bellemore

      News: Brett Bellemore (lower body) was activated from injured reserve Thursday.
      Analysis: Brett Bellemore missed the previous seven games with the injury, but has been skating for the last week. The Hurricanes appear content to ease him back into action, as he'll serve as a healthy scratch for Thursday's game against the Lightning.
    • Canes' Bellemore Skates Thursday

      News: Brett Bellemore (lower body) joined the Hurricanes on the ice for Thursday's morning skate.
      Analysis: Brett Bellemore remains on injured reserve and was still wearing a non-contact jersey during the session, so he doesn't seem to be zeroing in on a return. The blueliner will miss his fifth consecutive game Thursday, and, quite likely, a handful more.
    • Hurricanes' Bellemore Lands On Injured Reserve

      News: The Hurricanes placed Brett Bellemore (lower body) on injured reserve Tuesday.
      Analysis: Brett Bellemore is expected to miss at least a week with his lower body injury, so the Hurricanes placed him on injured reserve to open a roster spot. Michal Jordan was recalled from AHL Charlotte to take Bellemore's spot on the roster.
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