Dennis Wideman

D / Calgary Flames / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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INJURY ALERT: Out | Suspension | Out until at least Feb 21
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    Flames' Dennis Wideman: Gets a 20-game suspension

    Wideman has been suspended for 20 games due to an incident in which he crosscheked a linesman, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports. Wideman was expected to receive a rather lengthy suspension for the hit, and 20 games isn't exactly a surprise. The blueliner will get a chance to appeal the suspension if he'd like, but it also wouldn't be surprising if the veteran accepts the punishment he was handed. If that's the case, Wideman would first be eligible to rejoin his teammates in game action March 14.

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    Flames' Dennis Wideman: Facing indefinite suspension

    Wideman will be suspended indefinitely for crosschecking a linesman Wednesday, pending a hearing to be conducted after the All-Star break, TSN's Darren Dreger reports. Wideman crosschecked linesman Don Henderson from behind in Wednesday's game against the Predators, but the defenseman was quoted in the Guardian saying the violent hit was unintentional. "(...) Throughout my career, and I've been around for a few years, I think I've treated every official with the utmost respect, and I would never intentionally try to hit a linesman or a ref or anything like that. It was completely unintentional, and I already apologized to him." Look for the NHL to determine how many games Wideman will miss once the All-Star break concludes.

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    Flames' Dennis Wideman: Scores in loss

    Wideman scored a power-play goal in Monday's loss to the Sharks. Wideman set a career-high mark with 15 goals last season, but Monday's tally was just his second of the year. Overall, the 32-year-old is having something of a disappointing campaign after last year's breakout season, as he has just 19 points and sports a minus-11 rating.

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    Flames' Dennis Wideman: Scores in loss

    Wideman scored a power-play goal in Sunday's loss to the Red Wings. The goal was the first tally of the year for Wideman, after firing off a career-high 15 last season. The veteran defenseman had been held off the scoresheet in four straight coming into Sunday's contest, but the performance could help get him going in the goal department.

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    Flames' Dennis Wideman: Records two helpers in win

    Wideman contributed a pair of assists in 25:04 of ice time in Tuesday's win over Dallas. That's a three-game point streak for Wideman, who now has 13 assists in 27 games on the season. While he's starting to produce points, fantasy goers are disappointed he's stuck at zero goals this season after exploding for a career-high 15 last season. He's logging heavy minutes and seeing power-play time, so expect the veteran to get on the board rather soon.

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    Flames' Dennis Wideman: Eight points in 19 games

    Wideman has dished out eight assists, but is yet to score in 19 games this season. The 32-year-old veteran registered a career-high 15 goals and 41 assists last season. 19 games in to the 2015-16 season Wideman has notched 50 percent of his eight points on the power play, and has been a cause for concern on defense with his minus-11 rating. Although Wideman is logging 23 minutes of ice time a game, he has not seen playing time with top defenseman, Mark Giordano, and his offensive production has suffered because of it.

  • Flames' Wideman Tallies Two Assists In Game 5 Loss

    News: Dennis Wideman racked up two assists and blocked six shots in Sunday's series-ending Game 5 loss to the Ducks.
    Analysis: While he didn't find twine this postseason, Dennis Wideman racked up a whopping seven assists -- sixth most in the NHL. He logged over 25 minutes of ice time in each of the Flames' final four games and also aided fantasy owners with 27 PIM. After notching a career-high 56 points in the regular season, Wideman should be a top fantasy target on the back-end once again next season.
  • Flames' Wideman Registers Assist In Victory

    News: Dennis Wideman tallied his fourth assist of the playoffs in Tuesday's 4-3 overtime Game 3 win against the Ducks.
    Analysis: Dennis Wideman and the rest of the Flames' offense finally woke up on Tuesday, facing a late deficit in a game where they could go down 3-0 in the series. After putting up a career-high 56 points in the regular season, Wideman keeps humming along with five points in nine playoff contests.
  • Flames' Wideman Will Go Sunday

    News: Dennis Wideman missed practice Saturday, but will be good to go Sunday against the Ducks, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The FAN reports.
    Analysis: We haven't heard any specifics on any injuries for Dennis Wideman, so expect him to play as normal when the Flames take on the Ducks on Sunday even though he missed practice.
  • Flames' Wideman Helps Out In Game 4 Win

    News: Dennis Wideman dished two power-play assists in Tuesday's Game 4 win against Vancouver.
    Analysis: He'd picked up just a lonely assist in the first three games of the series, but 12 PIM as well. Dennis Wideman's coming off the best offensive season of his career, and three points in four games give him a fine playoff pace in his first postseason action since 2011-12 with Washington.
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