Hintz scored a goal on two shots and delivered five hits in Friday's 4-2 loss to the Penguins. Hintz opened the scoring at 5:10 of the second period with his fifth tally of the year. The speedy forward now has six points in nine games to go with 13 hits and 18 shots on goal. The Stars' offense is only averaging 1.89 goals per game, but that team-wide misfiring isn't affecting Hintz's production yet.
Hintz failed to record a point and posted a minus-2 rating in Monday's 4-0 loss to the Sabres For just the third time this season, Hintz was held off the scoresheet, but he was not alone. The 22-year-old registered two shots on goal in the loss, but Hintz was otherwise invisible against Buffalo.
Hintz recorded a power-play assist, two shots and two hits in Thursday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Flames. After scoring four goals in four games, Hintz tried his hand at playmaking by setting up Jamie Benn's third-period goal. The Finn has been the Stars' best skater to start the season, but expect a little regression to come eventually, as shooting 40 percent is vastly unsustainable.
Hintz scored a goal on three shots in Tuesday's 4-3 overtime win over the Capitals. Hintz's fourth goal of the season in as many games evened the scores at ones in the second period. He also drew a pair of penalties against the Capitals in the third period, as his speed was too much for the opposition to handle. Hintz has serious breakout potential this year, especially if he can start setting up his teammates as much as he's burying his own chances.
Hintz scored a pair of goals in Dallas' 4-3 loss to the Red Wings on Sunday. Hintz has three goals in as many games and needs just six more snipes to equal his total from a season ago. He's still looking for his first helper of 2019-20 but for the time being, the 22-year-old has become the go-to trigger man for the Stars. Dallas will now turn its attention to Washington and get set to face the Capitals on Tuesday.
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