Nick Leddy

#2 D / N.Y. Islanders / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 194 lb Age: 24 College: Minnesota

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    Islanders' Nick Leddy: Dishes out trio of helpers

    Leddy dished out three assists and finished with a plus-4 rating in Sunday's win over the Oilers. It was arguably Leddy's most productive night of the season, as the Isles cruised to an 8-1 win. The defenseman hasn't been lighting the lamp himself much this season, but he's collected 20 helpers and could approach the 40-point plateau for the first time in his career with a strong finish to the season.

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    Islanders' Nick Leddy: Only one goal this season

    Leddy only has one goal and 15 points so far this season. With the loss of Johnny Boychuk (shoulder) and Travis Hamonic (lower body) for at least the next few weeks the Isles will need Nick Leddy and any offense he can provide more than ever. Leddy has 10 goals last season so only lighting the lamp a single time so far this campaign is a disappointment. He will now man the number one power play unit for the Isles so his chances to add to that total should increase.

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    Islanders' Nick Leddy: Assists on two in win

    Leddy provided a pair of assists in Sunday's win over the Stars. The first assist came on the power play, giving Leddy eight points with the man advantage this year. The defenseman has been on a role of late, recording at least one point in five straight contests to give him 14 (13 assists) on the season.

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    Islanders' Nick Leddy: Scores his first goal of the season

    Leddy scored his first goal of the season in the Isles 5-2 loss to Pittsburgh on Saturday. Offensively Leddy has been a bit of a disappointment this season as he had 10 goals last season. With the loss of Johnny Boychuk (shoulder) for an undetermined amount of time it will be imperative for Leddy to pick up his game in the offensive zone. He should be a fixture on the first power play unit as well and could be a boon to your fantasy team if still available.

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    Islanders' Nick Leddy: Earns assist in Tuesday's win

    Leddy earned an assist for the second game in a row Tuesday in a 6-3 win over the Maple Leafs. He's still got a big ol' goose egg in the goal column, but at least Leddy's got five points in his last nine games. For the 2:36 he averages per game on the man advantage -- including 3:06 of power-play time Tuesday, the most among Isles' rearguards -- owners would love to see more out of the Minnesotan than the 11 points he's posted in 37 games this season.

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    Islanders' Nick Leddy: Has just second multi-point game of season

    Leddy handed out two assists -- one on the power play -- in Tuesday's win over the Flyers. Coming off last year's career-high 10 goals, Leddy remains without even one in 29 games this season, and he only has eight helpers. Tuesday represents just his second multi-point effort of the year, mercifully ending a stretch in which he managed one point over 12 games.

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    Islanders' Nick Leddy: Garners assist Saturday

    Leddy got his first assist in eight games Saturday against Tampa Bay. Leddy leads the Islanders blue line in power-play points, racking up four assists on New York's top unit. Despite long absences from the score sheet, Leddy is averaging almost 22 minutes of ice time per game. While not considered a prolific scorer, the blueliner has scored four of his six points, all assists, with the man advantage.

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    Islanders' Nick Leddy: Picks up a pair of helpers Thursday

    Leddy picked up a pair of assists in Thursday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Hurricanes. With just a point through nine games, it didn't seem like Leddy would be able to duplicated his total from last season -- 37 points in 78 games. He was able to grab a few points Thursday, albeit in a disappointing loss to the Hurricanes at home. Leddy skated 22:43 and remains a regular on the Isles power play. This could spark a hot streak, so it may be worth employing Leddy in daily formats Saturday when the Islanders take on the Devils.

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    Islanders' Nick Leddy: Slow start to the 2015-16 season

    Leddy has yet to record a point through five games this season. Leddy's average ice time this season is 19:25, which is around a minute less than last year. More importantly, the acquisition of power play specialist Marek Zidlicky during the offseason has decreased Leddy's power play time on ice by over a minute, dropping from 2:40 per game to 1:31 per game. Keep this in mind when considering that Leddy scored 12 of his 37 points on the power play last season.

  • Isles' Leddy An Assist Machine

    News: Nick Leddy was credited with two assists and five shot attempts in Saturday's Game 6 win over the Capitals.
    Analysis: The blueliner has been an offensive force in the series for the Islanders, as Saturday marked his fourth straight game with an assist. Coach Jack Capuano rewarded Nick Leddy with 28:59 of ice time Saturday, his highest total of the season.
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