Colton Sceviour

#22 RW / Dallas Stars / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 200 lb Age: 26 College: None

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    • Stars' Sceviour Scores Eighth Goal

      News: Colton Sceviour scored his eighth goal of the season and had an assist in Saturday's loss to Nashville.
      Analysis: The two points snapped a seven-game scoring drought for Colton Sceviour, who now has 25 points in 68 games. The 25-year-old doesn't hold much fantasy value right now playing on the fourth line, but he's put up strong numbers in the AHL and is a good depth scorer for a offensively talented Stars team.
    • Stars' Sceviour Adds Assist In Win

      News: Colton Sceviour posted an assist, a shot, and two penalty minutes in Tuesday's win over the Flyers.
      Analysis: That gives Colton Sceviour points in back-to-back games, for a total of three assists in his last two games. He's already set a career-high in assists this season, but he hasn't been able to pass his career-high of eight goals last season, which he hit in just 26 games. He's played 58 games this season.
    • Stars' Sceviour Notches Two Assists In Loss

      News: Colton Sceviour notched two assists in Saturday's 5-4 loss to the Lightning.
      Analysis: Colton Sceviour finished February with just one point and last scored a goal on Jan. 29. While he's shown some promise when placed on a scoring line in the past, his current standing in the Stars' bottom six -- along with the low minutes totals that come with it -- will inhibit his chances at picking up points with regularity.
    • Stars' Sceviour Gets Goal, Assist In Win

      News: Colton Sceviour recorded a goal and assist in Thursday's 6-3 win over the Senators.
      Analysis: Though Patrick Eaves has since displaced him on the Tyler Seguin-Jamie Benn line, Colton Sceviour may warrant another look after Tuesday's performance. He notched the goal on a deflected shot by fellow fourth-liner Vernon Fiddler, then picked up the secondary helper as a member of the Stars' No. 2 power-play unit. Sceviour accomplished all of that in less than nine minutes of ice time, which should allow him to maintain his spot in the lineup a little while longer, even if it doesn't result in a promotion.
    • Stars' Sceviour Has Points In Two Straight

      News: Colton Sceviour had an assist and a plus-1 rating in a win over the Senators on Tuesday.
      Analysis: Colton Sceviour also played just 10:01 in the game. He's had his ice time limited in the two games since being a healthy scratch, but he has a goal and an assist in those two games. While his ice time is being limited, he's trending in the right direction.
    • Sceviour Scores In Return For Stars

      News: Colton Sceviour had a goal and five shots in very limited ice time during Saturday's loss to Colorado.
      Analysis: Colton Sceviour was made a healthy scratch on Thursday, so bouncing back to score a goal and get five shots on net while only seeing 11:31 of ice time was the kind of response the coaching staff was looking for. Sceviour isn't guaranteed to get a top role back or top minutes, but it's good first step toward that. However, as long as Brett Ritchie is playing well, it seems unlikely that Sceviour will find himself on the top line again, which hinders his fantasy value.
    • Stars' Sceviour To Sit Thursday

      News: Colton Sceviour is expected to serve as a healthy scratch Thursday against the Predators.
      Analysis: He'll go from the top line to the press box, as Brett Ritchie gets the opportunity to skate alongside Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin. After tallying four points over a four-game span, Colton Sceviour likely fell out of favor after two blank sheets in the Stars' last two contests, during which he totaled only a pair of shot attempts.
    • Stars' Scevious Continues Hot Streak

      News: Colton Sceviour scored, was a plus-1, and got into a fight in Saturday's win over the Wild.
      Analysis: Colton Sceviour has two goals and two assists over the last four games. He's slowly moving toward being the player that the biggest Sceviour proponents thought he'd be.
    • Dallas' Sceviour Getting On Track

      News: Colton Sceviour extended his point streak with a goal in Wednesday's win over Arizona.
      Analysis: Colton Sceviour is on a three game point streak, over which he has a goal, two assists, seven shots, and two penalty minutes. He's starting to move toward the player many thought he'd be in his second year. He's scoring at a slower pace than he did in limited time last year, but he could be on his way to righting the ship.
    • Sceviour Improving For Dallas

      News: Colton Sceviour had an assist and three shots in Monday's win over the Rangers.
      Analysis: Colton Sceviour has had a tough time picking up where he left off last year, but is showing signs of improvement of late, as he's been placed on the top line with Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn. So long as he remains attached to that dominant duo, he'll stand to benefit from the halo effect.
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