Brent Burns

#88 D / San Jose Sharks / EXP: 11YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 225 lb Age: 30 College: None

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      Sharks' Brent Burns: Posts two points in loss

      Burns scored a power-play goal and added an assist in 27:49 of ice time Wednesday against Chicago. Burns has seven points in his last five games, but the bearded defenseman is only plus-1 over that stretch despite his team's 4-1 record in that stretch. His 19 points through 22 games are a major asset, but don't expect Burns to improve much on his current minus-4 rating after he finished minus-9 a season ago.

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      Sharks' Brent Burns: On pace to establish another career mark in points

      Burns scored two goals in Saturday's win over the Penguins. He now has 10 points, including six goals, in his last 10 games. The bearded beast is actually on pace to best his career mark of 60 points which he set last season. Burns is among the NHL's best fantasy defenders. We don't need to tell you how to use him.

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      Sharks' Brent Burns: Leads team in shots

      Burns didn't score, but managed to take a team-leading eight shots in Friday's 1-0 win over Philadelphia. Burns also contributed a hit, three blocked shots and 27:53 of ice time. Burns brings a lot to any team almost every night. Even when he doesn't score, he's putting up points in other categories.

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      Sharks' Brent Burns: Pots fifth of year

      Burns scored his fifth goal of the year on one of his team-leading five shots in Tuesday's loss to the Isles. Burns continues to be one of the more reliable and porductive options on the blue line. His ice time this season has been an unexpected surprise as well, hitting 31:23 on Saturday and consistently playing over 25 minutes a night.

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      Sharks' Brent Burns: Scores twice in win

      Burns netted two goals in Sunday's 4-3 win over the Avalanche. Burns' first goal came shorthanded, and his second late in the third gave the Sharks the lead for good. The winger now has three goals and five assists through 11 games on the season, and has five points in his last four contests.

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      Sharks' Brent Burns: Big ice time in big loss

      Burns had an assist, a minus-3 rating and a team-leading four shots through a team-leading 26:26 of ice time in Saturday's loss to Dallas. Burns hasn't been scoring at quite the same pace he was last year, but he's doing all the right things to make it happen. His 41 shots on the season leads all NHL defensemen.

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      Sharks' Brent Burns: Records two assists in win

      Burns dished out two assists in Saturday's win over the Hurricanes. It was the first points in five games for Burns, who had slowed down after putting up three points in his first three games. The 35-year-old has tallied one goal and five assists this season and has averaged a whopping 25:54 of ice time. Considering he's racked up 10 PIM and fired 35 shots on goal already, the all-around fantasy asset is a must-start every game.

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      Sharks' Brent Burns: Leads team in shots, ice time

      Despite a 4-0 loss to the Rangers Monday, Burns led the Sharks in shots with four and ice time with 25:09, providing some value to owners. These kind of games are going to happen to every team. Burns continues to be a very valuable blue line commodity. Owners should be encouraged that he produced what he did, as well as contributing a hit and two blocked shots.

    • Burns Kings in opener

      News: Brent Burns picked up a goal and an assist on four shots while logging 24:21 of ice time Wednesday in Los Angeles.
      Analysis: Brent Burns and the Sharks looked fantastic in a 5-1 dismantling of the Kings. The 30-year-old blue-liner led the team with 5:51 on the power play to go along with his team-high 24:21 time on ice, which means his power-play assist should be the first of many. If the Sharks can continue to play at a high level, Burns will keep reaping the benefits as the team's most used player.
    • Has banner night for owners

      News: Brent Burns put up production across categories in Tuesday's preseason win over the Canucks. He finished with a goal, a plus-2 rating, four penalty minutes, seven shots, two hits and 20:04 of ice time.
      Analysis: Tuesday's scoresheet shows exactly why Brent Burns is such a valuable commodity. He logs lots of minutes and has the ability to produce across categories, not to mention that there are few defensemen who will put up points like he's capable of doing.
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