Trevor Daley

#6 D / Pittsburgh Penguins / EXP: 11YRS Height: 5-11 Weight: 195 lb Age: 32 College: None

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    Penguins' Trevor Daley: Looks good late

    Daley delivered his first two-point game for Pittsburgh on Saturday, chipping in with a pair of assists against the Panthers. His presence on an overtime power-play shows his primary value to the team, Daley's skating ability is very strong. While Chris Kunitz still played as a fourth forward on the power play, there's a chance Daley's solid showing on the man advantage can only help him see more power-play ice time. The defender has scored four goals and nine points in 22 games with the Pens.

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    Penguins' Trevor Daley: Lights the lamp again

    Daley delivered his third goal in four games Thursday against the Flyers. His wrister from inside the left dot eluded goalie Steve Mason, cutting a second-period, two-goal deficit in half. Daley continues to provide Pittsburgh with surprising offensive production after coming over from Chicago in exchange for Rob Scuderi in mid-December.

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    Penguins' Trevor Daley: Breaks out of slump

    Daley registered four shots on goal and scored his first goal in 13 games Friday. The Penguins have tried to get the defender to shoot more often -- he'd totaled 11 shots in his last 11 games -- and the strategy paid off Friday. Daley won't have a huge role in the offense unless Kris Letang gets hurt once again. If and when that happens, however, he immediately gets a bump up from a fantasy perspective.

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    Penguins' Trevor Daley: Production declining

    After collecting three points in his first four games with the Penguins, Daley has been held without a point in his last seven contests. The return of Kris Letang has pushed him down the depth chart both at even-strength and on the power play. Daley is skating as part of a third pairing and is seeing limited time on the team's second power-play unit. In fact, he's totaled 3:17 TOI on the man advantage over the last three games, combined -- less time than in two of his first four games for Pittsburgh. Daley is fitting in well in Pittsburgh, but he may have to wait for the next Kris Letang injury before regaining his fantasy value.

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    Penguins' Trevor Daley: Extends streak Monday

    Daley extended his point streak to three games with a power-play assist Monday against Columbus. Daley continues to see time on Pittsburgh's top power-play unit. The Penguins haven't stated what his role on the man advantage will be when Kris Letang (undisclosed) returns, but it's possible the team utilizes both players on the No. 1 unit.

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    Penguins' Trevor Daley: Promoted to top power-play unit

    Daley picked up a power-play assist Saturday, giving him points in his last two games with Pittsburgh. Perhaps more importantly, Daley has taken over as the point man on the Pens' top power-play unit. His vision and quick decision-making abilities give the team an option it previously lacked. The defender has never totaled more than 12 power-play points in 12 NHL seasons, but right now he makes for a good mid-season waiver-wire pickup.

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    Penguins' Trevor Daley: Breaks the ice

    Daley scored his first goal for Pittsburgh -- and first goal of 2015-16 -- Friday against Boston. He blasted a slapshot past goalie Tuukka Rask, temporarily pulling Pittsburgh into a 2-2 tie. After the game, coach Mike Sullivan suggested that Daley's role on the power play could grow. He scored 16 goals a year ago and could help the Pens' defensive corps in the goal-scoring department.

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    Penguins' Trevor Daley: Quiet in debut with new team

    Daley recorded no points and no shots on goal over 18:40 of ice time -- 3:03 of it on the power play -- in his Penguins debut Wednesday against Boston. The Pens got shut out, so Daley had plenty of company in the box score, but we can at least take away one positive: He wasn't on the ice for any of the Bruins' goals. The Penguins have been suffering on the blue line, so if Daley can simply add some veteran stability, that'll already be a win. But all that time on the man advantage shows that Pittsburgh's clearly hoping the 32-year-old can show some flashes of the shooting ability that netted him 16 goals last season.

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    Penguins' Trevor Daley: Gets top billing

    Daley paired with Olli Maatta during Wednesday's game-day skate and practiced on the team's second power-play unit, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports. The blueliner scored 16 goals last season and the Pens are looking for production from wherever they can find it. Daley played poorly in Chicago but will look for fresh start in a new conference.

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    Penguins' Trevor Daley: Heading to Pittsburgh

    Daley was traded to the Penguins in exchange for Rob Scuderi on Monday, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports. Daley was traded to Chicago in July and will now be heading to Pittsburgh in a straight defenseman for defenseman trade. The 32-year-old has missed a handful of games due to injury this season and has failed to record a point since Nov. 21. This is the first change of the coach Mike Sullivan era and may be a fresh start for the veteran.

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