Brian Dumoulin

#8 D / Pittsburgh Penguins / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 207 lb Age: 24 College: Boston U.

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    Penguins' Brian Dumoulin: Good to go Tuesday

    Dumoulin participated in Monday's practice after leaving Saturday's game early with a hand or arm injury, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. The defender took a P.K Subban shot off the hand/arm area. "Nothing too bad," Dumoulin said. "It should be good for the next game." He has extra incentive to play Tuesday against Carolina, considering it was the Hurricanes which traded him to Pittsburgh as part of the Jordan Staal trade.

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    Penguins' Brian Dumoulin: Breaks the ice

    Dumoulin snapped a seven-game pointless streak with an assist Wednesday. He sprung Sidney Crosby up ice with a pretty pass along the boards in the second period. Dumoulin finished Wednesday with two shots, two hits and a minus-1 rating.

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    Penguins' Brian Dumoulin: Looking for offense

    Dumoulin is pointless in his last seven games following run of five assists in five games. The dropoff is likely expected for the defender in his first full NHL season. Dumoulin is a defense-first player with offensive potential, so there will be plenty of peaks and valleys with his production. The former Carolina property has two assists and a plus-3 rating in three games against Toronto, the Pens' opponent Wednesday.

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    Penguins' Brian Dumoulin: Stays hot Friday

    Dumoulin tallied an assist and finished with a plus-1 rating Friday against Los Angeles. The blueliner has picked up five assists in his last five games while registering a plus-6 rating over the stretch. Dumoulin demonstrated an offensive game at the AHL level and is carrying it over to the NHL in his first full season. Keep in mind that Pittsburgh views him more as a defensive asset than anything else at this point in his career.

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    Penguins' Brian Dumoulin: Showing offensive side

    Dumoulin picked up a pair of assists Saturday, giving him three points in his last two games. The offense is a bonus at this stage of his career, but it could be a sign of things to come. Dumoulin, who pairs with Ben Lovejoy in a shutdown role, now has five assists in 25 games.

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    Penguins' Brian Dumoulin: Earning steady playing time

    Dumouling has tallied only two assists in 19 games but has formed a shutdown pairing alongside fellow blueliner Ben Lovejoy. The 24-year-old is seeing his first regular shifts in the league and although he's not much of a fantasy factor right now, keep him in mind for the future. Dumoulin scored four goals and 33 points in 62 games for AHL Wilkes-Barre last season and is occasionally playing on Pittsburgh's second power-play unit.

  • Makes first Opening Night roster

    News: The Pens will use Brian Dumoulin as part of a second or third defensive pairing when the season opens Thursday in Dallas.
    Analysis: Pens coach Mike Johnston singled out Brian Dumoulin's strong play in Friday's exhibition finale but his praise sounded more like hope as the team is undermanned defensively. At 6-foot-4, 207 pounds, Dumoulin has good size but doesn't often use it. He collected 33 points in 62 AHL tilts last year but with only 14 NHL games to his credit the offense might take a while to show up.
  • Dumoulin Re-Signs With Penguins

    News: Brian Dumoulin signed a two-year (one-way), $1.6 million contract with the Penguins on Thursday.
    Analysis: Brian Dumoulin was forced into action with the big club last season after the Penguins defensive corps suffered a number of injuries, scoring one goal in the eight regular season games he played with Pittsburgh in 2014-15. He also suited up for all five games of the Penguins' first round playoff series against the Rangers, giving the 23-year-old defender some valuable postseason experience. He will have a chance to cement himself as the Penguins' fifth or sixth defender in training camp. Dumoulin registered 33 points in 62 with AHL Wilkes-Barre Scranton last season.
  • Pens Reassign Dumoulin

    News: Brian Dumoulin was reassigned to AHL Wilkes-Barre Scranton on Sunday.
    Analysis: Brian Dumoulin was pushed into the starting lineup following multiple injuries along the blue line, making his NHL playoff debut with the Penguins. Following a series loss to the Rangers, he will head back to the AHL for some extra playoff action in the minors.
  • Penguins Recall Dumoulin

    News: The Penguins recalled Brian Dumoulin from AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on Sunday.
    Analysis: Brian Dumoulin, who notched 33 points in 62 AHL games this season, returns to the big club to provide some blueline depth for the playoffs. In eight regular games for the Penguins in 2014-15, Dumoulin tallied one goal.
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