Turris picked up a goal and an assist -- both on the power play -- en route to a 5-2 victory over Tampa Bay on Thursday.
The results haven't quite been spectacular, but Turris has still rolled along at a more-than-respectable clip, having netted 36 points (evenly split between goals and assists) in 49 contests. Even though his career-high 17.3 shooting percentage could be in for a dip, Turris should remain a strong producer as long as he gets to keep seeing time with the similarly gifted Mike Hoffman and Mark Stone.
Turris collected two assists (one on the power play) in the second period of Tuesday's 6-4 win over the Blues.
They came just 1:29 apart on goals by Mike Hoffman and Bobby Ryan, pushing the pivot's point streak to four games and six points. He's come back strong from last year's disappointing and injury-shortened campaign, as Turris already has more goals (15 to 13) and points (31 to 30) than he did in 2015-16, and that's all come in 15 fewer games.
Turris scored his 15th goal of the season in Saturday's 4-2 loss to the Maple Leafs.
The snipe stretched his current point streak to three games and four points (two goals, two assists). Turris is headed to his first-ever 30-goal campaign and that's a relatively rare feat in today's NHL. Use him well.
Turris scored his 14th goal of the season and had an assist in Sunday's win over the Oilers.
Turris continues to be a great source of offensive production for Ottawa, as he's now up to 14 goals and 27 points in 39 games. The first-line center appears destined for another 25-goal, 60-point campaign and has become a reliable fantasy asset. Turris won't produce mind-blowing numbers as a top-six center, but he's a great scorer who delivers steady production.
Turris notched two assists -- one on the power play -- in Tuesday's 4-3 win over the Blackhawks.
The power-play helper came on Dion Phaneuf's second-period goal, which ultimately held up as the game-winner. Turris has been a fairly consistent scoresheet presence this year, but he's done it without going on any meaningful hot streaks; although he does have 10 points over his last 11 contests, they've trickled out steadily. Turris has only one three-game point streak all season, and all three of those games featured just a single point. Still, the 27-year-old makes for a reliable source of secondary scoring.