Michael Grabner

#40 RW / New York Rangers / EXP: 8YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 185 lb Age: 30 College: None

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  • Grabner recorded his fifth career hat trick in Saturday's 5-1 home rout over the Hurricanes. Two of the fleet-footed winger's goals took place with the net empty. Don't look now, but Grabner has lit the lamp 13 times less than two full months into the season. If the Austrian was more consistent on a game-to-game basis, we'd probably be putting him in the same tier as teammate Chris Kreider, for example, but it's tough to ignore Grabner's enigmatic ways and bottom-six role with the Blueshirts.

  • Grabner tallied his ninth goal in Sunday's 3-0 win over the Senators. Grabner tied Mika Zibanejad for the team lead in goals early in the third period, only to see his teammate reclaim sole possession of the top spot with an empty-netter later in the frame. While the speedy Grabner scores most of his goals on breakaways or odd-man situations, he showcased excellent hand-eye coordination here by redirecting Marc Staal's shot from the point into the net with a beautiful midair deflection.

  • Grabner recorded a goal in Saturday's 4-2 win against the Oilers. The goal keeps the Austrian's point streak going to four straight, as he now has seven goals and eight points in his last eight games. He's garnering some value in deeper leagues but will need to find his way back into the top six to maintain broader fantasy value despite the hot streak.

  • Rangers' Michael Grabner: Steps up in victory
    By RotoWire Staff

    Grabner had a pair of goals, both at even strength, as his team claimed a 5-3 win Monday over Columbus. In less than two weeks, Grabner has now put in six goals to reach seven on the year. Be careful of chasing a trend as it dies out, but for now, Grabner might be worth having on your roster if he keeps producing like this.

  • Rangers' Michael Grabner: Explodes in Thursday win
    By RotoWire Staff

    Grabner recorded two goals, eight shots and a plus-4 rating during Thursday's 5-2 win over Arizona. The veteran winger doubled his point total with Thursday's offensive outburst, and he's now up to three goals, four points and 21 shots through 11 games. Grabner is averaging a career-low 12:52 of ice time per contest this season, and he projects to remain in a fourth-line role. The speedster will likely post another respectable offensive season, but he offers little game-to-game consistency and will probably be a frustrating own in most fantasy settings.

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