Trevor Daley

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

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      Blackhawks' Trevor Daley: Contributes two assists in loss

      Daley dished out two assists in Saturday's loss to the Canucks. It was just the fourth and fifth assist of the season for Daley, who is struggling to fit in with the Blackhawks. After scoring 16 goals in 68 games with Dallas last season, Daley has no goals in 21 games with Chicago. Considering he's only averaging 15:46 of ice time and is behind Brent Seabrook and Duncan Keith at least on the depth chart, it's hard to project him having many more multi-point games.

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      Blackhawks' Trevor Daley: Disappointing and disappering

      Daley has posted a dismal three points from three assists in 17 games with the Blackhawks. The former Dallas defenseman skated for a mere 11:40 Saturday against the Blues. Daley appeared to be a rising star in Dallas last season finishing the 2014-15 season with 22 assists and 16 goals as well as averaging 22:53 of ice time. The once prized offensive-minded defenseman has not lit the lamp once in a Hawk's uniform. Daley's shine has faded away and both Chicago and fantasy owners alike are looking for brighter alternatives.

    • Blackhawks' Daley Expects To Be Fine For Camp

      News: Trevor Daley (hip), who was traded to the Blackhawks on Friday, said he'll be ready for the start of training camp, CSN Chicago reports.
      Analysis: Trevor Daley underwent hip surgery in April with the expectation it wouldn't impact his 2015-16 season. Carrying a timetable of three-to-four months, he should be able to fit in some on-ice work before training camp. He'll provide the Blackhawks with some extra offensive punch along the blue line, following a 16-goal, 22-assist season for the Stars in just 68 games.
    • Daley Traded To Chicago

      News: The Stars traded Trevor Daley and Ryan Garbutt to the Blackhawks in exchange for Patrick Sharp and Stephen Johns on Friday.
      Analysis: Trevor Daley's acquisition may be a sign that the Blackhawks are planning on letting Johnny Oduya leave in free agency. Daley could be considered a significant upgrade on Oduya, especially offensively. He tallied 16 goals and 22 assists for a total of 38 points in 68 games with the Stars in 2014-15. Oduya, on the other hand, only managed a total of 10 points in 76 games with Chicago last season. Daley will likely immediately slot in as a member of the Hawks' top-four defender group. He's currently still recovering from hip surger he underwent in April, but should be ready for the start of Chicago's training camp in September.
    • Stars' Daley Undergoes Hip Surgery

      News: Trevor Daley underwent hip surgery last Thursday and is expected to require 3-to-4 months of recovery time, Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News reports.
      Analysis: The Stars didn't indicate Trevor Daley was due for any procedures during their after-season injury report, but it looks like he'll spend most of his summer off the ice while he recuperates. He's expected to be ready to go by the time training camp begins in September, and should enter the upcoming season as a useful option from the blue line across most fantasy formats. His 16 goals during the past season ranked fifth among all NHL defensemen.
    • Stars' Daley Gathers Assist In Win

      News: Trevor Daley recorded an assist and went plus-1 in Monday's 5-1 win over the Sharks.
      Analysis: After going minus-8 over his previous three games, Trevor Daley finally finished on the positive side of the ledger Monday. Though his overall minus-16 mark for the season represents something of a drag, Daley more than makes up for it with the ample offense he produces from the blueline. His 16 goals on the year place him near the top of the league lead among defensemen, and his 21 assists aren't too shabby either.
    • Stars' Daley Assists Twice In Return

      News: Trevor Daley returned to the lineup Saturday, collecting two assists in 24:19 of ice time in Saturday's win over Vancouver.
      Analysis: Trevor Daley had been out since March 3 with a knee injury, but returned in a big way Saturday, helping the Stars pick up their fifth win in six games. Daley now has 35 points in 62 games and appears back to full health. With 16 goals on the season, including six power-play tallies, Daley is worth adding if he's available.
    • Stars' Daley Back In Saturday

      News: Trevor Daley (knee) will return to the lineup Saturday against the Canucks, Elliott Pap of the Vancouver Sun reports.
      Analysis: It will be Trevor Daley's first game since March 3, when he suffered a knee injury following a hit from the Isles' Matt Martin. While his return probably comes too late to help the Stars chase down a wild-card spot in the Western Conference, Daley should bolster many fantasy rosters with postseason play underway in many leagues. Despite the missed time, Daley's 16 goals still rank him tied for third among all NHL defensemen.
    • Stars' Daley Likely Out Friday

      News: Trevor Daley (knee) isn't expected to return to the lineup Friday against the Oilers.
      Analysis: The Stars believed that Trevor Daley would be able to play before the end of the team's three-game road trip, but it appears that might not happen until Saturday in Vancouver, if at all. The defenseman has been able to skate for a while now, though it's not clear if he's been able to get in enough contact work in yet to earn his way back in the lineup.
    • Stars' Daley Could Be Back During Road Trip

      News: Trevor Daley (knee) could be ready to play at some point during the Stars' three-game road trip that begins Wednesday in Calgary,'s Mark Stepneski reports.
      Analysis: Trevor Daley has been skating for about a week now, and seems to be close to stepping up his involvement in practice in the near future. While Daley doesn't seem likely to suit up against the Flames, he may only require a couple hard skates before he's deemed ready to play in either or both of Friday's games against the Oilers and Saturday's tilt with the Canucks.
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