Jeremy Williams

RW / N.Y. Rangers / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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  • McCollum among Red Wings cuts

    News: Detroit cut five players from its preseason roster Sunday. RW Jeremy Williams, D Doug Janik, G Thomas McCollum, C Kris Newbury and RW Jan Mursak were all assigned to the team's American Hockey League affiliate in Grand Rapids.
    Analysis: McCollum is the biggest name from this list. The 2008 first-round pick now begins his pro career in the AHL, where he will battle Daniel Larsson -- another top goalie prospect -- for playing time once Larsson returns from Sweden, where Detroit will begin the 2009-10 season. McCollum is a great long-term Fantasy keeper, but it could be very unlikely we see him up in the NHL this season. The remaining Detroit cuts are just organizational depth and have little to no Fantasy appeal.
  • Red Wings add Williams to system

    News: The Red Wings stole two players away from the Maple Leafs organization Tuesday. Detroit came to terms with free agent center Kris Newbury and right winger Jeremy Williams on one-year, two-way contracts. Additional terms of the deal were not disclosed.
    Analysis: Williams has totaled 31 appearances for the Maple Leafs since the 2005-06 season. He has nine goals and two assists in his career. Williams finally got the call from Toronto in early December last season and stormed out of the gate with five goals and two assists in six games. It looked as though he was going to get a permanent stay in the NHL, but a shoulder injury popped up and Williams would appear in just five NHL games the rest of the season. He is clearly organizational depth and can be ignored in Fantasy.
  • Williams sent packing to AHL

    News: Sportsnet.ca reports Maple Leafs LW Jeremy Williams cleared waivers Thursday and was sent back to Toronto of the AHL.
    Analysis: Williams only returned to the lineup last week after missing several games with a shoulder injury. He was a nice spark plug for the Leafs when he was first recalled, but the shoulder injury threw a wrench into the equation. He is nothing more than organizational depth and can be ignored in Fantasy.
  • Williams taken off of IR

    News: Toronto LW Jeremy Williams returned to action on Wednesday against the Sabres but failed to record an offensive stat as the Leafs were blanked 5-0.
    Analysis: Williams got off to a hot start to his season with seven goals in 10 games since getting recalled before the injury. Wait and see if he regains that form before taking a chance on him.
  • Leafs' Williams close to returning

    News: The Toronto Sun reports that Maple Leafs LW Jeremy Williams (shoulder) could return to action in Fantasy Week 17 (Jan. 26-Feb. 1). "I'm really close," said Williams. "Hopefully in the next week I'll get back. It's just a matter of when the coaches (call on) me. It's been quite the journey with this injury. So I can't be sure on anything right now."
    Analysis: Williams only played 10 games before getting hurt, but he put up seven points in those contests, so that production earned him some interest in deeper leagues earlier this season. He is not a recommended start just yet, but keep an eye on his numbers once he gets healthy.
  • Williams not back before break

    News: Maple Leafs LW Jeremy Williams (shoulder) did not return to the lineup Wednesday against the Bruins. He has missed the last 10 games and remains questionable heading into Tuesday's game at Minnesota.
    Analysis: Williams was expected to be back in the Leafs lineup by now, but he continues to sit idle with a nagging shoulder problem. He had some initial success upon his season debut, but still has minimal Fantasy value when healthy. He is not a recommended start even if he is back for the Leafs' game on Tuesday against the Wild.
  • Williams unable to play Monday

    News: Maple Leafs LW Jeremy Williams (shoulder) did not return to the lineup Monday against the Hurricanes. He has missed the last nine games and remains questionable heading into Wednesday against the Bruins.
    Analysis: Williams was expected to be back in the Leafs lineup by now, but he continues to sit idle with a nagging shoulder problem. He had some initial success upon his season debut, but still has minimal Fantasy value when healthy.
  • Williams doesn't suit up Friday

    News: Maple Leafs LW Jeremy Williams (shoulder) did not return to the lineup Friday against the Thrashers. He has missed the last eight games and remains questionable heading into Monday against the Hurricanes.
    Analysis: Williams has been out longer than expected for the Maple Leafs and there is still no timetable for his return. Continue to keep the low-end Fantasy option out of lineups until further notice.
  • Williams out for Thursday's game

    News: Maple Leafs LW Jeremy Williams (shoulder) did not return to the lineup Thursday against the Hurricanes. He has missed the last seven games and remains questionable heading into Friday at Atlanta.
    Analysis: Williams has been out longer than expected for the Maple Leafs and there is still no timetable for his return. He could be back within the week, but continue to keep him reserved in Fantasy. Williams is still more of a low-end Fantasy forward when healthy.
  • No Williams for Leafs Tuesday

    News: Maple Leafs LW Jeremy Williams (shoulder) did not return to the lineup Tuesday against the Predators. He has missed the last six games and remains questionable heading into Thursday against the Hurricanes.
    Analysis: Williams has been out longer than expected for the Maple Leafs and there is still no timetable for his return. He could be back within the week, but continue to keep him reserved in Fantasy. Williams is still more of a low-end Fantasy forward when healthy.
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