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Wild's Patrick Maroon: Dealt to Minnesota
The Lightning traded Maroon and Maxim Cajkovic to the Wild in exchange for a seventh-round draft pick Sunday.
Maroon has one year left on his two-year, $2 million deal. The veteran winger scored 14 points last season, the lowest total he's produced in a full season at the NHL level. Still, he racked up 172 hits and 150 PIM. Maroon will fill a bottom-line role with Minnesota.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Good to go
Maroon (undisclosed) will play Thursday versus the Red Wings, Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site reports.
Maroon has been banged up in a few games recently, so it wouldn't be surprising to see him take minimal minutes. The winger has 14 points over 79 contests in a bottom-six role.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Held out as precaution
Maroon (undisclosed) won't finish Tuesday's game versus the Maple Leafs for precautionary reasons, Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site reports.
Maroon took a hit early in the game, but he was able to return. The winger won't be pushed since the Lightning are already locked into their playoff spot. It's unclear if Maroon will play Thursday versus the Red Wings.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Set to play
Maroon (upper body) is expected to play Saturday against Ottawa, Gabby Shirley of Bally Sports Florida reports.
Maroon will be good to go after leaving Thursday's 6-1 loss to the Islanders in the second period. He has produced 14 points, 165 hits and 143 PIM in 77 games this season.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Exits contest in second period
Maroon sustained an upper-body injury in Thursday's game versus the Islanders.
Maroon appeared to be favoring his arm after leaving the ice late in the second period. The 34-year-old winger has been a key part of the Lightning's bottom six, so he'll be missed more on the ice than in fantasy if he can't suit up Saturday in Ottawa.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Scores twice in victory
Maroon scored two goals on two shots, fueling the Lightning to a 5-1 win over the Capitals on Thursday.
Maroon potted two goals in the third period to extend the Bolts' lead to 4-1. This game marks just the second game in the month of March in which Maroon has picked up a point. On the season, Maroon has five goals and 14 points in 74 games.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Scores goal in loss
Maroon scored a goal on one shot against the Canadiens on Tuesday.
Maroon finally found the back of the net for the first time since Jan. 3 against Chicago, a stretch of 33 games without a goal. During his slump, the veteran managed just five assists and 22 shots. As such, fantasy players probably shouldn't be banking on Maroon suddenly finding his offensive stride this year.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Good to go
Maroon (undisclosed) will be available for Tuesday's game versus Minnesota, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports.
Maroon should slot into his usual bottom-six role against the Wild after missing Monday's practice with an undisclosed issue. He's picked up eight points and 89 hits through 45 games this campaign.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Gets help on helper
Maroon was credited with an assist in Saturday's 6-3 loss to the Flames.
Maroon and allied skater Nick Paul centered a loose puck from along the end boards, and Vladislav Namestnikov's momentum forced the puck into the cage off his skate to put the Lightning ahead 2-1 in the second frame. The lead would ultimately be squandered, but the fortuitous bounce helped Maroon snap a five-game point skid. Maroon hasn't produced much offense, with just two goals, six assists and a minus-3 rating through 45 games.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Dealing with undisclosed injury
Maroon missed practice Monday and is still being evaluated for an undisclosed injury, Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site reports.
Maroon remains mired in a nine-game goal drought and has just one shot on goal in his last six contests. If Maroon is unable to play in Tuesday's clash with the Wild, the Bolts will likely role with seven defensemen in the lineup, though they could also consider bringing a player up from the minors.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Scores goal vs. Chicago
Maroon scored a goal in a 4-1 win against Chicago on Tuesday.
Maroon found the back of the net at 11:24 of the first period to tie the game at 1-1. It was his second goal and sixth point in 36 games this season. Maroon entered the contest averaging just 9:55 of ice time this season and, unless his role grows significantly, the 34-year-old is unlikely to make regular offensive contributions.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Ice time, production dropping
Maroon has just five points (one goal, four assists) in 32 games this season.
His average ice time (9:51) and point production is the lowest it's been in a decade when he broke into the NHL with Anaheim. Maroon continues to put up hits (62) and PIM (49), which project to similar totals as 2021-23.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: First goal of season
Maroon scored a goal Saturday in a 4-1 win over the Panthers.
It was his first goal of the season (27 games). Maroon was sitting pretty in the slot in the first period when Anthony Cirelli won a board battle and fed him in the slot. He wired it past Sergei Bobrovsky. Maroon isn't producing much offense (five points), but is finding himself in the sin bin (42 PIM). Perhaps he can bring value to you, but we generally recommend he remain firmly on the wire.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Fined by Player Safety
Maroon was fined $2,702.70 by NHL Player Safety on Saturday,
That was the maximum allowed under the CBA. Maroon and the Capitals' Garnet Hathaway went at it Friday after Nicolas Aube-Kubel illegally hit Cal Foote in the head. Both Maroon and Hathaway picked up major penalties and misconducts for their misdeeds in the second period. Maroon has only one assist in 14 games but does have 29 PIM.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: No points, one fight so far
Maroon has no points, five PIM, five shots on goal and a minus-three rating in four games this season.
He squared off with the Flyers' Nicolas Deslauriers in the first period. It was Maroon's attempt to inject energy into his squad, which ended up losing again (3-2). The Bolts are 0-4-0 to start 2022-23. Maroon may end up dropping the gloves more often in an attempt to inspire his team.... See More ... See Less
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