Tomas Hertl

#48 LW / San Jose Sharks / EXP: YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 215 lb Age: 25 College: None

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    Sharks' Tomas Hertl: Missed Game 6 with head injury

    Tomas Hertl missed Tuesday's series-ending Game 6 loss to the Blues due to a head injury, Greg Wyshynski of ESPN.com reports.The specific nature of Hertl's injury wasn't released prior to Tuesday's contest, but this news doesn't come as a surprise considering it was a high hit from St. Louis' Ivan Barbashev that knocked him out of Game 5. The 25-year-old winger should be at full strength heading into next season, and he'll be looking to build upon a fantastic 2018-19 campaign in which he set career highs in goals (35) and assists (39) in 77 games. Hertl should be viewed as a top-tier fantasy option with plenty of upside ahead of next year's drafts.

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    Sharks' Tomas Hertl: Unavailable for do-or-die contest

    Tomas Hertl (undisclosed) won't be in the lineup for Tuesday's must-win Game 6 against the Blues, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.The injury bug couldn't have hit the San Jose Sharks at a worse time. Hertl and Erik Karlsson (undisclosed) have already been ruled out of Game 6, and captain Joe Pavelski has been labeled a game-time decision for the must-win match. Hertl can only hope that his teammates will be able to pull off the upset on the road Tuesday to give him an opportunity to rejoin the lineup for Game 7 in San Jose on Thursday.

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    Sharks' Tomas Hertl: Leaves Game 5 Sunday

    Tomas Hertl (undisclosed) did not play in the third period of Sunday's Game 5 loss to St. Louis, Curtis Pashelka of The San Jose Mercury News reports.Hertl scored his first goal of the series in Game 4 but didn't get much going in Game 5 as his San Jose Sharks were shut out. It's unclear when or how the 25-year-old was injured, but his status for Game 6 on Tuesday is up in the air.

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    Sharks' Tomas Hertl: Back in goal column

    Tomas Hertl scored a power-play goal on two shots in Friday's 2-1 loss to the Blues in Game 4 of the Western Conference finals.Hertl had been held off the scoresheet in the first three games of the series before finding twine on the man advantage. It would be the San Jose Sharks' only goal of the game, which leaves the series tied at two games apiece ahead of Sunday's Game 5. Hertl has 10 goals and five helpers in 18 contests in the playoffs.

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    Sharks' Tomas Hertl: Posts pair of points

    Tomas Hertl scored a goal on four shots and added an assist in Wednesday's 3-2 win over the Avalanche in Game 7.Hertl finished the series with six points in seven games while taking 24 shots on goal. For the playoffs overall, Hertl has 14 points in as many games as one of the top point producers for the San Jose Sharks.

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    Sharks' Tomas Hertl: Leads win with two goals

    Tomas Hertl scored both goals for the San Jose Sharks in Saturday's 2-1 win over the Avalanche in Game 5.Hertl hadn't scored since Game 7 of the first round, but he accounted for all of the Sharks' offense in Saturday's win, which puts them ahead 3-2 in the series. He is up to eight goals and four helpers in 12 postseason contests. Hertl remains a top fantasy option in playoff formats.

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    Sharks' Tomas Hertl: Playmaker in loss

    Tomas Hertl dished two assists, with one coming on the power play, in Sunday's 4-3 loss to the Avalanche.Hertl was able to collect his first points of the series, and is now up to 10 points in nine playoff games thus far. The Czech-born player also saw 1:59 of power-play ice time in the game, which can only add to his fantasy value. With a high-scoring series expected, it might be wise to ride the hot hand in Hertl.

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    Sharks' Tomas Hertl: One of each on power play

    Tomas Hertl scored a goal and added an assist, both on the power play, in Tuesday's 5-4 overtime win over the Golden Knights in Game 7.Hertl had eight points in the series, which co-led the team with Logan Couture. Five of those points came in the last three games while the San Jose Sharks faced elimination. Hertl will likely remain a productive fantasy option throughout the Sharks' run, which continues against the Avalanche in the second round.

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    Sharks' Tomas Hertl: Scores game-winner Sunday

    Tomas Hertl made playoff history Sunday by scoring the game-winning, shorthanded goal in the second overtime period in the San Jose Sharks' Game 6 win over the Golden Knights.As tends to be the case when a game gets that deep, the goal wasn't particularly special -- in fact, one could classify it as a "soft" goal that Marc-Andre Fleury should have stopped. Hertl nearly dumped the puck in the corner before deciding to shoot because Golden Knights defender Shea Theodore didn't press him very aggressively, according to Kevin Kurz of The Athletic. Nonetheless, the goal forces a Game 7 in San Jose on Tuesday night.

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    Sharks' Tomas Hertl: Strikes twice in win

    Tomas Hertl scored two goals, one on the power play, on five shots in Thursday's 5-2 win over the Golden Knights in Game 5.Hertl's first goal came 1:16 into the game, and his second tally provided an important insurance goal in the third period. He has four scores and an assist while taking 23 shots in five games in the series.