Daymond Langkow

C / Arizona Coyotes / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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    • Langkow's Two Points Can't Carry Phoenix

      News: Daymond Langkow collected a goal and an assist, both in the first frame, as Phoenix dropped a shooutout decision to San Jose on Saturday.
      Analysis: These are the symptoms of late-career decline: His shooting percentage has fallen to a decade-long low of 10.0%; his point totals have dropped in every full season since 2006-07; his power-play goals, once a steady stream, have completely dried up. His return from a year-long absence due to a broken vertebra is a great story, but his fantasy value has fallen off the table.
    • Langkow Returns For Coyotes

      News: Daymond Langkow returned to the ice Tuesday after taking a puck to the face on Jan. 20.
      Analysis: Daymond Langkow finished with a plus-1 rating and two shots on goal in 11:47 of ice time.
    • Coyotes' Langkow A Game-Time Decision Tuesday

      News: Daymond Langkow (face) did not practice Monday and is questionable for Tuesday's game against Ottawa, the Coyotes' official site reports.
      Analysis: Unfortunately, he's a game-time decision against the Senators and should probably be reserved, given the uncertainty and the fact that the puck will drop a bit later in the evening Tuesday with Phoenix playing host to Ottawa in this one.
    • Coyotes Scratch Langkow Saturday

      News: Daymond Langkow (face) did not return Saturday.
      Analysis: Daymond Langkow was initially expected to play Saturday after taking a puck to the face Thursday, but was scratched prior to puck drop. His next opportunity to play is Jan. 24 when the Coyotes host the Senators.
    • Coyotes' Langkow To Return Saturday

      News: After taking a puck to the face and missing most of Thursday's game, Daymond Langkow is expected back in the lineup for the Saturday's game against the Lightning, according to
      Analysis: It has been a disappointing year for Daymond Langkow so far as he has recorded just 19 points through 40 games this season. Still, it is tough to put him on the bench given the amount of power play time he sees.
    • Coyotes' Langkow Takes Puck To The Face

      News: Daymond Langkow left Thursday's game against the Red Wings after taking a puck to the face, the Associated Press reports.
      Analysis: Daymond Langkow has been a small disappointment this year with the Yotes, scoring 19 points in 40 games so far, despite getting over two minutes per game on the power play.
    • 'Yotes Gets Langkow Back Saturday

      News: Daymond Langkow (personal) returned to the ice Saturday night without missing a beat as he chipped in two assists en route to the Coyotes' 3-0 win over Dallas.
      Analysis: Daymond Langkow also added a plus-2 rating, five shots on goal, and one blocked shot in 17:14 of ice time Saturday. The assists represented his ninth and 10th points of the season.
    • Coyotes' Langkow Remains On Leave

      News: Daymond Langkow (personal) remains on a leave-of-absence from the Coyotes and will not join the team for the remainder of their current road trip, the Arizona Republic reports.
      Analysis: That means Daymond Langkow will miss at least the next three games, with a possibility of a return next Wednesday against Anaheim.
    • Coyotes' Langkow Leaves Team

      News: Daymond Langkow left the team Thursday because of a death in his family, the Associated Press reports.
      Analysis: In case you were wondering why Daymond Langkow didn't appear in Thursday's 3-2 overtime loss. The Coyotes are off Friday and back at it Saturday, so we'll assume there's a decent chance the veteran is back in the lineup for that one. If not, the team's next game, November 15, would seem extremely likely.
    • Langkow Buries Game-Winner For 'Yotes

      News: Daymond Langkow netted the game-winning goal with 43.7 seconds left in overtime as the Coyotes downed the Kings, 3-2 on Saturday.
      Analysis: Daymond Langkow bounced his shot off Kings blueliner Jack Johnson and it squeaked past goalie Jonathan Quick for the sudden death score. Langkow now has seven points in 10 games for the Coyotes this season.
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