Tommy Wingels

#57 RW / San Jose Sharks / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 195 lb Age: 28 College: Miami (Ohio)

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Sharks' Tommy Wingels: Cleared to play, but remains out Tuesday

    Wingels (shoulder) has been cleared to play, but won't draw into the lineup for Tuesday's matchup with Boston, Curtis Pashelka of the San Jose Mercury News reports. Wingels may not be back in San Jose's lineup for awhile, as head coach Peter DeBoer likely doesn't want to disrupt his surging team's chemistry with a new addition, as the Sharks have won six of their last eight games. Either way, the 27-year-old winger isn't a viable option in the vast majority of fantasy leagues, as he's tallied just 15 points (six goals, nine assists) in 56 games this season.

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    Sharks' Tommy Wingels: Could be available Tuesday

    Wingels (shoulder) could be available for Tuesday's matchup with the Bruins, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports. Wingels could be an option Tuesday but may not draw in even if healthy. The 27-year-old forward has potted just 15 points in 56 games this season, so his fantasy value has been limited, though he does lead San Jose with 165 hits. Wingels has not played in a game since Feb. 18.

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    Sharks' Tommy Wingels: Hopes to play next week

    Wingels (shoulder) remains out, but hopes to play some time next week, reports Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area. Wingels has been sidelined since getting injured in the first period of a Feb. 18 game against Florida. His 15 points in 56 games isn't meeting expectations placed on him to start the season, but a big part of rostering him is his team-leading 165 hits. If returning from a shoulder injury impacts the number of hits he's throwing, it will impact his value in a big way.

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    Sharks' Tommy Wingels: Out Saturday

    Wingels' shoulder is improving, but he won't be available to play the Canucks on Saturday, Curtis Pashelka of the San Jose Mercury News reports. Wingels remains day-to-day with his next chance to suit up for a game coming Monday against the Flames. The 27-year-old has just 15 points in 56 games this season, plus he's had troubles slowing opponents as evidenced by a minus-13 rating. His value is best realized in leagues that count hits -- he ranks second on the Sharks with 2.95 hits per contest.

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    Sharks' Tommy Wingels: Timetable remains indefinite

    Wingels is dealing with a sprained left shoulder and could be out either days or weeks, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports. A physical forward, Wingels is now ailing from his own play, and there's no clear indication of when he could return. Even when healthy, he's not very relevant in fantasy formats, tallying just 15 points (six goals, nine assists) over 56 games this season. Expect another update on the big man when he closes in on a return to the lineup.

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    Sharks' Tommy Wingels: Skates Wednesday

    Wingels (upper body) skated Wednesday, reports CSN Bay Area's Kevin Kurz, though he remains on injured reserve. Since Wingels was placed on IR, he was ineligible to play Wednesday no matter who he was feeling. However, his return to the ice in practice is a good sign that he could be available for Friday's game against Buffalo.

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    Sharks' Tommy Wingels: Placed on injured reserve

    Wingels (upper body) was placed on injured reserve, per the NHL's media site. Wingels suffered the shoulder injury last week, but coach Peter DeBoer indicated that it wasn't a long-term issue. The move to the IR rules out the winger Wednesday, but it's possible he could return as early as Friday for the club's tilt against the Sabres, though the Sharks figure to further update his status prior to Friday's puck drop.

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    Sharks' Tommy Wingels: May return Wednesday

    Wingels (upper body) will once again sit out Monday, but coach Peter DeBoer indicates he could return Wednesday against the Avalanche, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports. This certainly represents a good sign for Wingels, who coach DeBoer deemed "out for the near future" just Friday. The physical forward doesn't provide much on the offensive end (just 15 points in 56 games), but he's certainly willing to punish opposing players (165 hits). While Wednesday appears to be a potential target return date for him, expect the Sharks to update his status again as it approaches.

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    Sharks' Tommy Wingels: Out for near future

    Coach Peter DeBoer indicated Friday that Wingels (upper body) is "definitely out for the near future," but noted that he doesn't believe the issue is long term, Curtis Pashelka of the San Jose Mercury News reports. DeBoer left plenty of leeway in terms of a timetable for him, but noted that Wingels will remain with the team for the remainder of the road trip. Pashelka reports that Melker Karlsson will move up to the third line, while Mike Brown will then slot in on the fourth line alongside Dainius Zubrus and Chris Tierney in corresponding moves. Expect more updates on Wingels when he closes in on a return, but his fantasy impact is bigger in leagues that use hits (165) as a category than in standard formats.

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    Sharks' Tommy Wingels: Could miss time

    Coach Peter DeBoer indicated after Thursday's game that Wingels (shoulder) is "probably out for a little while," Curtis Pashelka of the San Jose Mercury News reports. DeBoer also noted that the team will know more about Wingels on Friday, so expect another update when that comes. The Sharks play again Friday, but the phrasing used by the coach seems to leave that off the table. If he does miss some time, the team will be without their lead enforcer (164 hits), and it wouldn't be surprising if they recall another big body to replace him.