Matt Tennyson

#80 D / San Jose Sharks / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 205 lb Age: 25 College: Western Michigan

Fantasy Points by Week

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    • Sharks Reassign Tennyson

      News: Matt Tennyson was reassigned to AHL Worcester on Tuesday,'s Robby Stanley reports.
      Analysis: With Justin Braun (hand) set to return to the lineup Tuesday, Matt Tennyson became expendable on defense for the Sharks. Tennyson had contributed two goals and six assists over 27 games with the parent club.
    • Sharks' Tennyson A Surprising Offensive Source

      News: Matt Tennyson chipped in an assist in Thursday's 5-1 rout of the Canucks.
      Analysis: Matt Tennyson helped out on the game's first goal, setting up Matt Irwin's tally with 2:17 left in the first period. The 24-year-old's offensive production was mostly muted over his first two months with the Sharks, but he's come on quite strong of late. Tennyson has notched a point in four of his last five games, supplying a goal and a trio of assists.
    • Tennyson Logs Season-High Ice Time In Sharks' Win

      News: Matt Tennyson had an assist and played a season-high 20:45 in Thursday's win over the Ducks.
      Analysis: Matt Tennyson is seeing more consistent ice time over the last month, though his minutes and production are still very limited. The 20:45 of ice time he logged on Thursday is nice, but it's only the second time all season he's crossed 20 minutes; he tends to hover a little closer to 17 minutes a night.
    • Tennyson Seeing Regular Time With San Jose

      News: Matt Tennyson had an assist, a minus-2 rating, and four penalty minutes in a loss to the Rangers on Saturday.
      Analysis: Matt Tennyson, who has played in 14 games this season, is getting more regular ice time with the Sharks. He's rarely been scratched and has been seeing around 17-18 minutes per game. However, that's just a trend. A poor performance could derail that quickly, so owners are encouraged to be wary. Saturday's limited ice time shows how much the team really trusts him. Some poor play and a penalty (double minor) kept his time limited to 13:02.
    • Tennyson Gets Second Point Of Season For Sharks

      News: Matt Tennyson had an assist and two shots in Saturday's 7-2 loss to the Blues.
      Analysis: That gives Matt Tennyson a goal and an assist through ten games played this season. He's not getting consistent enough ice time for him to carry much fantasy value outside of the most desperate of situations.
    • First Career Goal For Sharks' Tennyson

      News: Matt Tennyson scored the first goal of his career on a third-period power play Thursday against the Oilers.
      Analysis: Though he plays limited minutes on the third defensive pairing, Matt Tennyson's been seeing some time on the man advantage, which gives him a line on some fantasy value when he's in the lineup, which he has been over the last three games.
    • Sharks Recall Tennyson

      News: Matt Tennyson was recalled from AHL Worcester on Thursday, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
      Analysis: Matt Tennyson was brought up by the Sharks as insurance in the event Marc-Edouard Vlasic (upper body) is unable to suit up Thursday. The blueliner had three goals and six points in 19 games with Worcester.
    • Sharks Assign Tennyson To AHL Worcester

      News: The Sharks assigned Matt Tennyson to AHL Worcester on Tuesday.
      Analysis: Matt Tennyson appeared in just one game after being recalled last week and was the eighth defenseman on the Sharks' roster, so the team decided to send him back to the AHL.
    • Sharks Recall Tennyson From AHL

      News: Matt Tennyson has been recalled from AHL Worcester, Kevin Kurz of CSN reports.
      Analysis: Matt Tennyson was with the team at the beginning of this season but he has not made an appearance with the Sharks since the 2012-13 season. In the AHL this season, the 24-year-old defenseman has three goals and three assists in 17 games played.
    • Sharks Reassign Tennyson

      News: The Sharks reassigned Matt Tennyson to AHL Worcester on Monday, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
      Analysis: The 24-year-old blueliner appeared in four games with the Sharks last season, and chipped in nicely with four assists. He could get a chance at the NHL level again in 2014-15.
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