Carl Hagelin

#62 LW / Pittsburgh Penguins / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 186 lb Age: 27 College: Michigan

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    Penguins' Carl Hagelin: Riding shotgun effectively

    Hagelin picked up an assist for the fourth consecutive game Tuesday, helping out on Phil Kessel's goal in a 2-0 win over the Devils. In five games since coming to Pittsburgh, Hagelin's managed to assist on two Kessel goals, one by Sidney Crosby and one by Evgeni Malkin. With blazing speed that can open up the ice for those star scorers, he's been a big hit in his new digs so far, and he's playing huge minutes accordingly. He's still not seeing much time on the power play, though, as Hagelin is one of the league's most effective penalty killers.

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    Penguins' Carl Hagelin: Notches helper on Kessel goal

    Hagelin assisted on Phil Kessel's second goal of Thursday's 4-3 win over Philadelphia. He also put five shots of his own on net. That's two helpers in three games for Hagelin as a Penguin, and even more enticingly, he's been firing pucks on net with unusual frequency -- 12 of them in that span, a rate well above any he's posted in his career. After helping out on an Evgeni Malkin goal Sunday, he showed good chemistry with Kessel in this one. There's some fantasy appeal here even though Hagelin's offensive skill set is almost entirely comprised of his explosive skating ability.

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    Penguins' Carl Hagelin: Chips in with assist

    Hagelin earned his first assist with the Pens on Monday, setting up linemate Evgeni Malkin for his 20th goal of the season. He's settling into his role as one of Malkin's linemates, along with Phil Kessel. Hagelin really doesn't have too much pressure to contribute, given that the primary player he was traded for, David Perron, struggled lighting the lamp in Pittsburgh. The Pens' schedule is heavy with Eastern Conference teams the rest of the way -- Monday was the last time the team travels out of the Eastern time zone -- and Hagelin figures to benefit from the familiarity of playing against Metropolitan teams like he did when he was with the Rangers.

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    Penguins' Carl Hagelin: Quiet debut in new digs

    Hagelin skated 13:15 in his Penguins debut Sunday, finishing with four shots on goal, two penalty minutes and a plus-1 rating in a win over Carolina. He spent time skating with Evgeni Malkin and Phil Kessel, but the Penguins didn't deploy Hagelin on the power play, where his linemates are heavily featured. Although there's better talent surrounding the lightning-fast winger now, meaning he should see an uptick in production, it doesn't look like the Penguins have Hags ticketed for a big role to start out.

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    Penguins' Carl Hagelin: Expected to make team debut Sunday

    Hagelin is expected to make his Penguins debut Sunday against the Hurricanes, Seth Rorabaugh of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Hagelin, who was acquired Saturday morning from the Ducks in exchange for forward David Perron and defenseman Adam Clendening, is expected to bring some added speed and skill to the Pens' top-six ranks. Coach Mike Sullivan indicates he plans to utilize Hagelin on the second line with Evgeni Malkin and Phil Kessel initially, which could lend itself into a bump in scoring production for the 27-year-old. Hagelin is also expected to make an immediate impact on the Pens' penalty-kill unit, where he'll fill in for the injured Nick Bonino (hand).

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    Ducks' Carl Hagelin: Traded to Penguins

    Hagelin has been traded to the Penguins for David Perron and Adam Clendening, Curtis Zupke of the Los Angeles Times reports. Hagelin is among the fastest skaters in the NHL, but that skill didn't lead to much offense for Hagelin in a Ducks sweater after he dialed in 17 goals and 18 assists with the Rangers last season. It was clear that the Ducks had high hopes for him since the club had signed the winger to a four-year, $16 million deal this past offseason. Hagelin has found the back of the net just four times this season while working with a career-low shooting percentage of 4.9. The Swede averaged exactly 15 minutes of ice time per game with Anaheim, and it remains to be seen where he'll slot in with the Pens.

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    Ducks' Carl Hagelin: Gets two late points against Senators

    Hagelin picked up a goal and an assist in Wednesday's 4-1 win over Ottawa. Just when it looked like the speedy winger was going to go goalless for the 10th straight game, he scored with 2:32 remaining, and added an assist just over a minute later for good measure. Hagelin's 11 points through 42 games match his minus-11 rating -- a combination that has made him largely irrelevant in most fantasy formats this season.

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    Ducks' Carl Hagelin: Goalless in nine games

    Hagelin is in the midst of a nine game goal-scoring drought. Hagelin has been nothing if not consistently inconsistent with his scoring this season, as he has four goalless streaks each stretching at least eight games. In his current nine game slump, he has recorded just one point--an assist against the Blues. To boot, his -13 rating this season ranks him third worst on the team, and amongst the league's worst overall.

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    Ducks' Carl Hagelin: Ends lengthy goal slump

    Hagelin scored his first goal since Nov. 16 and went minus-2 in Monday's 5-2 loss to the Isles. The goal ended a brutal 13-game slump of futility for Hagelin, who managed just two helpers, 21 shots and a minus-3 rating in that span. His ice time dipped as low as the 10-minute mark and spiked as high as 17-plus over that stretch, an indicator that coach Bruce Boudreau is struggling to find a consistent slot in his lineup for the 27-year-old Swede.

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    Ducks' Carl Hagelin: Hits scoresheet in back-to-back games

    Hagelin has two assists in Anaheim's last two games, giving him two goals and five assists on the season. After his early season stint on the top line proved to be a poor investment, Hagelin has settled in nicely on the team's third line with Shawn Horcoff and Andrew Cogliano. While the trio is very capable of an offensive outburst here and there, relying on Hagelin to produce consistently seems unlikely at this point. Look elsewhere for options on the wing.

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