Andrew Ladd

#16 LW / Winnipeg Jets / EXP: 10YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 205 lb Age: 30 College: None

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Own
91%
Start
65%
LW Rank
25
  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Blackhawks' Andrew Ladd: Makes offensive impact in Game 6 win

    Ladd notched his first goal of the postseason and added an assist in Saturday's Game 6 win over the Blues. Ladd had been held off the scoresheet in the previous five games, but he came through in a big way in Game 6. Ladd scored eight times in 19 games with the Blackhawks in the regular season, so you knew it was only a matter of time for him to get going in the postseason. With Chicago rallying from a 3-1 series deficit against the Blues to force a Game 7, Ladd, who is playing on a line with Marian Hossa, will be counted on to deliver once again on Monday.

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    Blackhawks' Andrew Ladd: Playing Wednesday

    Ladd (personal) will be in the lineup for Wednesday's Game 1 against St. Louis, Luke Stuckmeyer of Comcast Sportsnet reports. Ladd returned to Chicago on Wednesday in order to be with his expectant wife, but has flown back to St. Louis in time to suit up for Wednesday's Game 1 against the Blues. The 30-year-old winger will slot into his usual role skating alongside Jonathan Toews and Marian Hossa on the 'Hawks first line and second power-play unit in Wednesday's contest.

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    Blackhawks' Andrew Ladd: Game-time decision Wednesday

    Ladd has returned to Chicago to be with his expectant wife, and will be a game-time decision for Wednesday's Game 1 against the Blues. If Ladd is ultimately held out of Wednesday's contest, Richard Panik will likely replace him in the Blackhawks' lineup, skating alongside Jonathan Toews and Marian Hossa on Chicago's top line. Expect an update on the 30-year-old winger's status ahead of puck drop Wednesday evening.

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    Blackhawks' Andrew Ladd: Scores twice on power play

    Ladd notched a pair of power-play tallies on four shots in Tuesday's 6-2 win over Arizona. Ladd decided to get in on the fun, earning his second multi-goal outing with Chicago this season. The 30-year-old came over from Winnipeg before the deadline, and he's carved out a nice role on the top line. The winger has 12 points in 17 appearances with the Blackhawks, registering eight markers and four apples in that span.

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    Blackhawks' Andrew Ladd: Plays hero against Vancouver

    Ladd scored the game-winning goal late in the third period to help Chicago clinch a playoff berth for the eighth straight season Sunday against Vancouver. Currently skating on the first line with Jonathan Toews, Ladd has hit his stride in Chicago, notching six goals and nine points in 13 games since arriving from the Jets. The 30-year-old is a proven goal-scorer who finishes the weekend with three goals and four points in two games. Given his top-six role and 23 goals on the year, Ladd is a pretty safe fantasy bet right now.

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    Blackhawks' Andrew Ladd: Breaks out for three points

    Ladd delivered two even-strength goals and an assist Saturday in a 4-1 win over the Flames. Ladd flashed a high degree of accuracy in his sniping, as he made good on two of three shots in the contest. Also, this was his first multi-point effort since getting traded back to the Blackhawks last month. Ladd had been quite comfortable doing work on the top line with Blake Wheeler and the (now injured) Bryan Little in Winnipeg, so it's best to practice patience with Ladd as he gets comfy again in the Windy City.

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    Blackhawks' Andrew Ladd: Bags goal in loss

    Ladd lit the lamp in Wednesday's 3-2 shootout loss to St. Louis. Ladd seems to be fitting in quite well with his new team, as the former Jet now has four points in the five games since being traded to the Blackhawks. Wednesday's goal gives him an even 19 to go with his 19 assists in 64 games this season, and with 14 games remaining, he should have no problem finding twine once more to reach the 20-goal club for the fifth time in his career.

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    Blackhawks' Andrew Ladd: Headed to Chicago

    Ladd was traded to the Blackhawks along with Jay Harrison and Matt Fraser on Thursday in exchange for Marko Dano, a first round pick and a conditional pick, Elliotte Friedman of Hockey Night in Canada reports. He will not play in Thursday's game for the Jets, according to Farhan Lalji of TSN. Ladd doesn't figure to serve in a starring role for the Blackhawks, but he'll likely benefit from a move to a much more potent Chicago top-six group. He'll likely slot in on the team's top line, and should eventually play with both Jonathan Toews and Marian Hossa (when he returns from a leg injury). The 30-year-old winger already owns 34 points (17 goals) in 59 games this season, but it's reasonable to expect an increased rate down the stretch with his new club.

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    Jets' Andrew Ladd: Extends goal streak to three games

    Ladd tallied a goal on three shots, a hit and a blocked shot in a 5-3 loss to the Stars on Tuesday. After what's been a downer of a season thus far, Ladd has now managed to light the lamp in his last three outings. He's recorded four goals during this streak of his. The 30-year-old, along with his fantasy owners, are surely crossing their fingers that this will be the streak that gets him back on track here down the stretch.

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    Jets' Andrew Ladd: Finds scoring touch again in shootout loss

    Ladd scored two goals -- one of them shorthanded -- and also tallied in the shootout, but the Jets were still stuck with a 6-5 loss Thursday in Tampa. Ladd had missed the scoresheet entirely in four consecutive games, but he was all over it in this one, compiling five penalty minutes for fighting as well as a season-high-tying six shots. Is this the beginning of a renaissance for Ladd after what's been a down season? It's too soon to say; he's had nice games here and there, but hasn't gone on any extended runs of productivity. Perhaps his ultimate destination is weighing on his mind, as Ladd -- an impending free agent -- has surely heard his name being circulated in trade-deadline rumors.