Corey Tropp

RW / Chicago Blackhawks / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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  • Tropp Dealt To Chicago In Massive Trade

    News: Corey Tropp was acquired Tuesday by the Blackhawks along with forwards Marko Dano, Artem Anisimov, Jeremy Morin, and a 2016 fourth-round draft pick. In return, the Blue Jackets will receive forwards Brandon Saad, Alex Broadhurst, and defenseman Michael Paliotta.
    Analysis: Corey Tropp should receive the opportunity to claim a fourth-line gig with the Blackhawks out of training camp this fall. The 25-year-old collected eight points over 61 games last season, and shouldn't be expected to see those outputs increase much further in 2015-16.
  • Jackets' Tropp Registers Assist

    News: Corey Tropp registered an assist in Friday's shootout win over the Oilers.
    Analysis: Corey Tropp has an assist in consecutive games, the first time he's put together a scoring streak of any kind this season. With only eight points across 54 games, it's hard to find a place for Tropp even in deeper formats.
  • Jackets' Tropp Records First Multi-Point Game

    News: Corey Tropp recorded his first multi-point game of his career Friday, netting a goal and an assist in a win over the Blues.
    Analysis: Corey Tropp it like it's hot, Tropp it like's hot. While Friday marked a nice offensive outing for Tropp, the 25-year-old has managed just four points and a minus-10 rating in 36 games this season. Considering he's never surpassed 10 points in his career, Tropp doesn't provide much value in fantasy leagues.
  • Jackets' Tropp Makes Return To Lineup

    News: Corey Tropp will rejoin the lineup Saturday against the Islanders.
    Analysis: Corey Tropp had been a healthy scratch the last two games, but figures to man a spot in the Jackets' bottom-six forward group for the next several games after Jack Skille (lower body) was ruled out for two weeks. Tropp has just one point in 25 games this season and offers limited fantasy intrigue.
  • Jackets' Tropp To Play Friday

    News: Corey Tropp (illness) will return to action Friday against the Hurricanes.
    Analysis: Corey Tropp missed the last two games while dealing with an illness, but after practicing the last two days, it appears that everything is now fine on the health front. He'll occupy a spot on the Jackets' fourth line, joining Michael Chaput and Jared Boll.
  • Blue Jackets' Tropp Returns To The Ice

    News: Corey Tropp (illness) took part in Tuesday's morning skate.
    Analysis: Corey Tropp did not skate on one of the Blue Jackets' regular lines Tuesday morning, so though he was able to get back on the ice after missing the last game, it looks like he is still not feeling well enough to see game action.
  • Jackets' Tropp Out With Illness Saturday

    News: Corey Tropp (illness) will not play Saturday against the Devils, Shawn Mitchell of the Columbus Dispatch reports.
    Analysis: The illness forced Corey Tropp out of Friday's game prematurely, and the fourth-liner didn't make the trip with the team to New Jersey. Brian Gibbons is expected to take his spot in Saturday's lineup.
  • Jackets' Tropp Leaves Game

    News: Corey Tropp left Friday's game due to illness and will not return.
    Analysis: The seriousness of Corey Tropp's illness is unknown at this point in time. The team should update his status in the coming days.
  • Jackets' Tropp Makes Season Debut Friday

    News: With Marko Dano (undisclosed) sidelined, Corey Tropp saw his first action of the season Friday and picked up a fighting major in 7:17 of ice time.
    Analysis: Dano could be back for Saturday's game in Ottawa, but even if he isn't, don't expect Corey Tropp to supply much in the way of fantasy production while he's suiting up.
  • Tropp Re-Signs With Blue Jackets

    News: The Blue Jackets have signed Corey Tropp to a two-year extension that runs through the 2015-16 season.
    Analysis: Corey Tropp, who was claimed off waivers from Buffalo (where he recorded one assist in nine games) last November, appeared in 44 games for the Blue Jackets in 2013-14, recording 10 points in that span. He'll reprise his role as a depth forward for Columbus.
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