Janmark broke his foot in March and played through the injury for the rest of the campaign. This news sheds some light on why Janmark was unexpectedly scratched from the lineup for Tuesday's Game 7 loss to the Blues after notching three points in his previous four appearances. The 26-year-old Swede should be back to 100 percent in time for next year's training camp, but he won't garner much interest from fantasy owners as a middle-six forward without much offensive upside.
Janmark (coach's decision) will be a healthy scratch for Tuesday's Game 7 against St. Louis, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports. Janmark will be a scratch, after producing three points in his last four games. There was no word on an injury before the game, but there will likely be more information from the team following Game 7. In his stead, Brett Richie will suit up in his first postseason game of 2019.
Janmark registered an assist and three shots in Friday's 2-1 win over the Blues in Game 5. Janmark is on a three-game point streak, with a goal and two helpers over that span, which accounts for all of his scoring in the playoffs. He was scratched in Game 4 and occupies a fourth-line role, which limits his fantasy value.
Janmark (coach's decision) will be a healthy scratch for Wednesday's Game 4 against the visiting Blues, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports. This news is certainly surprising, given the fact that Janmark is currently on a two-game point streak. He wrestled with a lower-body injury earlier in the playoffs, but no injury was cited for his pending Game 4 absence. In his stead, Tyler Pitlick will get the call on the fourth line.
Janmark (lower body) is slated to be in the lineup for Thursday's Game 1 clash with St. Louis, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports. Janmark missed the last four games due to his lower-body issue, but appears to be ready to go for the second round of the playoffs. The center remains bogged down in a 19-game goal drought and hasn't recorded a point in five straight contests. The Swede figures to slot back into a bottom-six role while Tyler Pitlick could find himself relegated to the press box.
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