Riley Sheahan

#15 C / Detroit Red Wings / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 212 lb Age: 24 College: Notre Dame

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Red Wings' Riley Sheahan: Returning to action Thursday

    Sheahan (illness) will return to the Red Wings' lineup Thursday against Florida. Sheahan will slot back into the lineup as a bottom-six forward against the Panthers. The former first-round pick has tallied 13 points (seven goals, six assists) in 49 games this season.

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    Red Wings' Riley Sheahan: Out Wednesday with illness

    Sheahan will not play in Wednesday's game due to illness, Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press reports. Sheahan must have caught something awful, as he's been struggling with this illness for more than a week. He should only miss this one game, but it's worth monitoring as the Red Wings play again Thursday. Sheahan has 13 points and a minus-14 in 49 games this season.

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    Red Wings' Riley Sheahan: Illness proves minor

    Sheahan (illness) returned to practice Tuesday, Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press reports. Only six teams are off Tuesday night, the first set of games after the All-Star break, and Detroit is one of them. Since Sheahan was able to practice and has one extra day to prepare for the next game, all signs point to Sheahan suiting up against the Lightning on Wednesday.

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    Red Wings' Riley Sheahan: Questionable for Tuesday with illness

    Sheahan missed practice Monday with an illness, and has been sick for the last 4-5 days. It's unclear exactly what illness threatens to sideline Sheahan through Tuesday's game, but more on his status for the contest should be known following another night's rest. If he's unable to go, Joakim Andersson would likely draw into the lineup in his place.

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    Red Wings' Riley Sheahan: Nets game-winner Sunday

    Sheahan potted the game-winning goal Sunday against the Ducks. It was a clutch third-period tally from Sheahan, who has been skating on the third line with Dylan Larkin. While he's only got 13 points (seven goals) in 42 games, he's been hot of late for a surging Red Wings squad, notching two goals and two assists in four straight wins. He's worth looking at in some deeper leagues while Detroit remains hot, but he's too inconsistent to be trusted in shallow formats, as he plays in the bottom-six and doesn't put many pucks on net.

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    Red Wings' Riley Sheahan: Continues hot streak

    Sheahan tallied an assist in a 1-0 victory over the Devils on Monday. Sheahan now has six points in his last eight games, quite the burst after a long couple of droughts early in the season. He's certainly worth a short-term look although he won't keep up this pace for the rest of the year.

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    Red Wings' Riley Sheahan: Five points in last seven games

    Sheahan finished with a goal and assist in Saturday's 4-3 win over the Sabres. Sheahan had six points in his first 32 games, but has come alive with five points, including three goals, in his last seven starts. He has 19 shots in those seven games, but his plus-minus continues to drag (minus-3 in that span). It's a short-term blip, but remember -- this is a guy who managed 36 points in 79 games, so it's clear Sheahan can put up some points in the right situation.

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    Red Wings' Riley Sheahan: Nets goal in win over Lightning

    Sheahan potted his second goal of the season in a 2-1 win against Tampa Bay on Tuesday. Sheahan's off to a bit of a slow start this season, with a minus-5 and four points in 12 games. He does have a point in each of the last two games, however, as Detroit seems to be righting the ship somewhat. That being said, unless he gets on a major hot streak, Sheahan is likely to end the season with 25-30 points.

  • Wings' Sheahan Nets Game Winner

    News: Riley Sheahan scored the game-winning goal in Saturday's 4-0 win over Tampa Bay. He is riding a three-game, three-point scoring streak.
    Analysis: He's delivering clutch points and is seeing time on the power play where two of those three points -- both goals -- have come. Great postseason debut.
  • Wings' Sheahan Scores First Playoff Goal

    News: Riley Sheahan scored his first career NHL playoff goal on the power play Tuesday in a 3-0 Game 3 victory over Tampa Bay.
    Analysis: Riley Sheahan skated just 10:25 in the game, but was able to produce his first point since April 4. Fantasy owners couldn't have been happy with his fairly modest 36-point output despite increased minutes this year, but Wings fans were sure happy about the 2-0 cushion he gave them with his third-period tally.
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