Keith Aucoin

C / St. Louis Blues / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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    • Blues Send Down Aucoin

      News: Keith Aucoin was reassigned to AHL Chicago on Thursday,'s Lou Korac reports.
      Analysis: With the Blues getting many of their injured regulars back for the first game of their playoff series with the Blackhawks beginning Thursday, Keith Aucoin was no longer needed with the parent club. He appeared in the final two games of the regular season for the Blues, going minus-3 with a lone shot on goal.
    • Blues Recall Aucoin

      News: The Blues recalled Keith Aucoin from AHL Chicago on Friday, Jeremy Rutherford of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
      Analysis: Keith Aucoin has not appeared in an NHL game this season, but the Blues needed to bring him up with David Backes and T.J. Oshie dealing with injuries. Aucoin tallied 11 goals and 29 assists in 60 games with Chicago this season.
    • Blues Waive Aucoin

      News: The Blues placed Keith Aucoin on waivers Thursday, TSN's Darren Dreger reports.
      Analysis: Keith Aucoin was signed this offseason to give the Blues some depth on their lower lines, but he was unable to carve out a roster spot. If he goes unclaimed, he can be assigned to AHL Chicago.
    • Blues Ink Aucoin

      News: Keith Aucoin signed a one-year deal with St. Louis on Friday worth $625,000, as noted by TSN's Bob McKenzie.
      Analysis: Keith Aucoin is a checking forward that can gives the Blues some depth on their lower lines. He had 12 points in 41 games for the Islanders last season.
    • Isles Fall Despite Aucoin's Helpers

      News: Keith Aucoin posted two assists in the Islanders' season-ending overtime loss to Pittsburgh on Saturday night.
      Analysis: He completes a credible campaign for an offseason waiver claim, and stands a good chance of seeing significant ice time next season, on Long Island or elsewhere.
    • Aucoin Delivers in Isles' Loss

      News: Keith Aucoin scored both Islander goals in Friday's loss to Boston, giving him three goals in four games on the season.
      Analysis: The Islanders are enjoying the production they are getting from players like Keith Aucoin, as they can not rely on their top line for everything. Aucoin registered 11 points in 27 contests last season, and likely won't challenge John Tavares for the team's scoring lead, but keep an eye on Aucoin nonetheless.
    • Aucoin Claimed By Islanders

      News: The Islanders have claimed Keith Aucoin off waivers from Maple Leafs,
      Analysis: Keith Aucoin, who has 37 points (10 goals, 27 assists) in 34 games for the AHL's Toronto Marlies, gives the Isles some added forward depth, but as prolific a scorer as he has been in the minors, Aucoin has had a tough time solidifying an NHL role.
    • Leafs Ink Journeyman Center Aucoin

      News: Keith Aucoin has inked a one-year, two-way deal with the Maple Leafs, according to a report on Toronto's FAN590.
      Analysis: Keith Aucoin has been a prolific AHL scorer, but hasn't really been able to translate that into NHL success. And at 33, he's unlikely to find that extra gear now. Still, he provides the AHL Marlies with talent in the first-line pivot spot, and can help in a pinch with the big club should that be required.
    • Aucoin Busy For Washington

      News: Keith Aucoin snagged three assists in Tuesday's comeback win over the Islanders, giving him five points in the last five games.
      Analysis: At 33 years old, Keith Aucoin has spent most of his career in the AHL, where he's a massive scorer and perennial all-star, but his NHL chances have been few and far between. He's strutting his stuff right now, though.
    • Caps Send Aucoin Down

      News: The Capitals have sent Keith Aucoin to AHL Hershey, the Washington Post reports.
      Analysis: Keith Aucoin notched a goal and an assist in Saturday's win over Toronto, with the move being explained as the Caps clearing a bit of cap space before the NHL trading deadline. Aucoin has been back and forth from the AHL to the NHL plenty this season, so he'll likely be back up before too long.
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