Joakim Andersson

#18 C / Detroit Red Wings / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 206 lb Age: 27 College: None

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Red Wings' Joakim Andersson: Re-assigned to AHL

    Andersson was assigned to AHL Grand Rapids by the Red Wings on Thursday, Ansar Khan of MLive reports. Andersson has been back and forth between Detroit and Grand Rapids all season, as he has struggled with his consistency this season. He's never been much of a fantasy contributor, with only one season of more than 10 points, but has even less value now that he's not playing every night in Detroit. With the way things are rolling for Detroit right now, Andersson will likely need an injury to get back into the lineup.

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    Red Wings' Joakim Andersson: Heading back to Detroit

    Andersson returns to the Red Wings on Tuesday after a brief stint in the AHL. Andersson went unclaimed on waivers before being assigned to AHL Grand Rapids. In 26 outings this season, the center has a meager three points. Given his lack of offensive production, combined with averaging a nominal 9:17 of ice time per game, the 26-year-old would be a reach in most leagues.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Red Wings' Joakim Andersson: Sent down to AHL

    After a healthy scratch Saturday, Andersson has been sent down to AHL Grand Rapids, Ansar Khan of MLive reports. Nobody picked up Andersson after he was waived Friday, so it was only a matter of time before he was re-assigned. Eric Tangradi was called up as another available forward.

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    Red Wings' Joakim Andersson: Clears waivers, still with parent club

    Andersson has cleared waivers, but Red Wings general manager Ken Holland indicated that he will not be assigned to the minors Saturday, Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press reports. The Wings risked Andersson going to another team by waiving him Friday. After all, fellow defenseman Niklas Kronwall (knee) is on injured reserve but since Andersson went unclaimed through waivers, the Swede gives the Winged Wheel a healthy option on the blue line.

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    Red Wings' Joakim Andersson: Placed on waivers

    Andersson was waived by the Red Wings on Friday, Ansar Khan of MLive reports. Andersson now has until noon on Saturday to be claimed by another team. After playing much of the past two seasons, Andersson has struggled to crack the lineup at times this year, playing in 25 games and tallying three points.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Red Wings' Joakim Andersson: Nets first goal of the season

    Andersson lit the lamp for the first time this season Friday in a 4-3 shootout loss to the Canucks. Andersson has tallied three points in 17 games, which is about on par with how often he scores in his career. He's not on the ice for his scoring prowess, as he is a grind-line specialist.

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    Red Wings' Joakim Andersson: Andersson to make season debut Saturday

    Andersson confirmed that he'll make his season debut Saturday night against the Canadiens. Andersson is a playmaker with ideal size at 6-foot-2, 211 pounds. He'll join a Detroit lineup that once again features fellow forward Darren Helm and defenseman Danny DeKeyser, two skaters returning from their respective injuries.

  • Andersson Re-Signs With Red Wings

    News: Joakim Andersson re-signed with the Red Wings on a one-year, $815,000 deal on Friday, ESPN's Pierre LeBrun reports.
    Analysis: Joakim Andersson, a restricted free agent, will return to the Red Wings after appearing in 68 games and notching eight points last season. The 26-year-old recorded a minus-4 rating in an average of 11:38 of ice time per game.
  • Wings' Andersson Credited With Goal In Loss

    News: Joakim Andersson was credited for a second period goal in Thursday's game 4 loss to the Lightning.
    Analysis: Lightning netminder Ben Bishop deserves an assist on the goal, as Joakim Andersson's shot attempt deflected off the goalie and up in the air, before Bishop accidentally hit the crossbar and into the net when he tried to clear the puck. After scoring just eight points in 68 regular-season games, Andersson will surely take the goal in any fashion he can get it.
  • Wings' Andersson Grabs Game Winner Saturday

    News: Joakim Andersson tallied the game-winning goal in Saturday's 4-0 triumph over the Lightning.
    Analysis: It's just the second goal and seventh point of the season for Joakim Andersson, who doesn't see many scoring chances as a bottom-six forward. Andersson's fantasy value is further limited by the lack of PIM and hits he provides relative to many of his peers on the third and fourth line.
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