Charlie Coyle

#3 C / Minnesota Wild / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 222 lb Age: 23 College: Boston U.

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      Wild's Charlie Coyle: Puts up two points in loss

      Coyle had a goal, an assist and a plus-2 rating in Saturday's overtime loss to Dallas. Coyle is up to six goals and six assists on the season. He's on pace to set career high marks in goals and assists if he can keep his strong play moving along.

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      Wild's Charlie Coyle: Six points in 13 games

      Coyle has four goals and two assists to show for his efforts in 13 games this season. Coyle is on pace to better his 35 point breakout in the 2014-15 season. 13 games into the 2015-16 season, Coyle has already moved from a bottom-six role to a spot on the second line with Jason Pominville and Mikael Granlund. Coyle has also been helpful in the faceoff circle, where he has won 45 percent of the pucks dropped. However, Coyle has been a streaky player and at one point he failed to record a point in six straight games.

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      Wild's Charlie Coyle: Strikes twice in win

      Coyle netted a pair of goals in Saturday's win over the Blues. Skating on the third line with Thomas Vanek, Coyle now has three points in his first two games. The 23-year-old is coming off a career-high 35-point campaign and could be a fantasy sleeper in some deeper formats this season. While he may set another career high in points this season, don't expect anything spectacular, as he's being used in a bottom-six role, seeing little to no power-play time and isn't viewed as a major point producer.

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      Wild C Charlie Coyle assists on game-tying goal in win

      Wild center Charlie Coyle got the secondary assist on Thomas Vanek's game-tying goal Thursday in a come-from-behind win. Coyle will look to build on his career high of 35 points from last season. He got a bump up to the third line and even took a couple of draws. Coyle doesn't offer much on offense, so pending a hot streak, he's not someone you should look to pick up.

    • Expanded role on penalty kill

      News: Charlie Coyle is expected to log heavy minutes on the Wild's penalty kill unit, replacing Kyle Brodziak who left for St. Louis in free agency, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
      Analysis: Charlie Coyle is having a strong preseason as he leads the NHL with five assists in four games. While we wouldn't put too much stock in a few preseason games, it looks like Coyle's role with the Wild could expand this season. He's not set to get a lot of minutes on the power play, but that could change if he continues to improve.
    • Wild's Coyle To Open Training Camp At Center

      News: Wild coach Mike Yeo said Charlie Coyle would open training camp as a center, Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
      Analysis: Charlie Coyle is the leading candidate to pivot Minnesota's third line, with Nino Niederreiter and Justin Fontaine expected to join him at either wing. The 23-year-old has tallied 30 and 35 points in each of his full two seasons in Minnesota, but he'll likely need to find himself in a top-six role before a more notable breakout comes to fruition.
    • Wild's Coyle Registers Assist, Four Hits In Loss

      News: Charlie Coyle recorded an assist and four hits in Saturday's 4-1 loss to the Blues.
      Analysis: The assist ended an eight-game point skid that dated back to March 27 of the regular season. Charlie Coyle only saw 11:45 of action Saturday, so it doesn't appear that getting back on the score sheet will necessarily result in increased ice time.
    • Two Helpers For Wilds' Coyle

      News: Charlie Coyle set up a pair of goals in Saturday's 6-3 win over the visiting Blues.
      Analysis: That's six points in the last six games for Charlie Coyle, who is now up to 33 points on the season, a new career high. He's not playing a ton, though (11:33 against St. Louis was over three minutes less than his season average), so it's tough to recommend a pick-up in all but the very deepest of the leagues with just 10 games remaining on the docket. He's worth keeping an eye on, however.
    • Coyle Strikes Twice For Wild

      News: Charlie Coyle scored two goals on two shots and went plus-2 with two penalty minutes and two hits in Tuesday's 3-2 overtime win against Nashville.
      Analysis: Quite the parade of twos on Charlie Coyle's stat line, which is certainly an improvement over the zeroes he'd posted in shots on goal over the last two games. He's now got a new career high in points (31) and is likely to pass last year's 12 goals, as he's just two shy of that mark, but the big breakout still hasn't arrived for 2010's No. 28 draft pick, who's been relegated to bottom-six minutes of late.
    • Wild's Coyle Gathers Two Assists In Win

      News: Charlie Coyle gathered two assists in Wednesday's overtime win over the Flames.
      Analysis: Charlie Coyle set up the first and last goals of the games, giving him his fourth two-point outing of the season. The forward had been held off the score sheet the last four games, however, so those in shallower or mid-sized leagues need not put much stock in Wednesday's performance just yet. Coyle will need to maintain his scoring over a number of games before he becomes a more universally appealing fantasy option.
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