Anthony Stewart

RW / San Jose Sharks / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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  • Sharks' Stewart Released From Tryout

    News: Anthony Stewart has been released from his tryout with the Sharks, La Presse's Marc Antoine Godin reports.
    Analysis: Anthony Stewart lasted nearly a month on the tryout, but didn't quite make the cut. Outside of a 39-point campaign with the Thrashers in 2010-11, he's had a rather quiet career.
  • Torres Injury Opens Possibility For Stewart

    News: The Sharks announced Monday that winger Raffi Torres will miss at least six weeks with a knee injury. That opens the door for someone to take his spot on the Sharks third line and Anthony Stewart is a contender for that role.
    Analysis: While he's still without a contract from San Jose, Anthony Stewart makes a certain amount of sense to replace Torres--if management is looking for someone with the same skill-set as Torres. Stewart is a hard-hitting winger with a surprising amount of hockey sense. Though, if he gets the job, Stewart's fantasy value is low.
  • Stewart Gets Third Line Time In Sharks Camp

    News: Anthony Stewart, on a professional tryout with the Sharks, saw a little time on the presumed third line alongside Joe Pavelski and Tomas Hertl in the first inter-team scrimmage, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
    Analysis: Anthony Stewart played most of the scrimmage on the "fifth line" alongside the Sharks AHL leaders Bracken Kearns and Freddie Hamilton, with the move to the third line coming late in the game. Stewart is a big body and has a lot to offer the Sharks in experience, but don't read too deeply into a line change during a scrimmage. The Sharks are giving Stewart a good look, but even if that interest turns into a roster spot, his fantasy value is very limited.
  • Stewart To Attend San Jose Tryout

    News: The veteran forward will be attending a professional tryout with the Sharks according to Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area.
    Analysis: Anthony Stewart split time last year between Nottingham in England and Manchester of the AHL. Stewart is a veteran presence who could, at 6' 3" and 230 pounds, add a physical presence and some experience for the Sharks. However, he is one-year removed from NHL play and his 27 goals and 71 points in 262 career games means that if he makes the team his fantasy value is limited at best.
  • Kings' Stewart Called Up

    News: Anthony Stewart was called up by the Kings on Friday, Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times reports.
    Analysis: This move provides the Kings some security depth, though Anthony Stewart seems unlikely to see the ice. In 30 games with AHL Manchester this season, the 28-year-old winger put up seven points (4G, 3A) and 31 penalty minutes.
  • Kings Assign Stewart To AHL Manchester

    News: The Kings assigned Anthony Stewart to AHL Manchester on Tuesday, James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail reports.
    Analysis: Anthony Stewart was assigned to the AHL to make room on the Kings' roster for Anze Kopitar, who had been out with a knee injury. Stewart appeared in 157 NHL games over the last two seasons with the Thrashers and Hurricanes, so he will likely be the top option next time the Kings need to add another forward.
  • Kings Acquire Stewart

    News: Carolina has traded Anthony Stewart, along with a 2013 fourth-round draft pick and a sixth-round choice in the 2014 draft, to the Kings for Kevin Westgarth, the team's official site reports.
    Analysis: Anthony Stewart, who posted nine goals and 11 assists in 77 games last season for the Hurricanes, joins the Kings as a depth forward without a ton of fantasy upside.
  • Canes' Stewart Answers London Calling

    News: Anthony Stewart has begun playing for the Nottingham Panthers of Britain's Elite Ice Hockey League, reports the New York Times.
    Analysis: Well, this is peculiar. While others in the NHL are playing in parts of Scandinavia and Eastern Europe, Anthony Stewart will play two-and-a-half hours north of London, England. Aside from irony, the "Elite League" doesn't offer much, but it at least provides Stewart with ice time. The fourth-liner will need it in order to earn playing time if or when the NHL returns.
  • Canes' Stewart Snipes Two

    News: Anthony Stewart had two goals in his first multipoint game for Carolina in Saturday's OT loss to Tampa Bay.
    Analysis: He has certainly disappointed this season but there's a recent glimmer of hope in his game -- he has five points in his last six games. We're not declaring this a hot streak but he could deliver some cheap production off the wire.
  • Canes' Stewart Clears Waivers

    News: Anthony Stewart cleared waivers Tuesday, TSN's Bob McKenzie reports.
    Analysis: Anthony Stewart has 13 points (6G, 7A) through 50 games this season. His production is down from the 39 points he recorded in 80 games for the Atlanta Thrashers last year, and it's possible that he'll now be sent to Carolina's AHL affiliate.
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