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Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Slides assist in win
Maroon managed an assist, two shots on goal and two hits in Tuesday's 4-3 win over the Golden Knights.
Through nine games in December, Maroon has two goals, three assists and 14 hits from his usual third-line position. The 33-year-old winger is up to 10 points, 49 shots, 47 hits, 42 PIM and a plus-10 rating in 29 contests overall. That's not an impressive scoring rate, but his toughness could give him some appeal as a low-end fantasy option.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Consistent performer
Maroon has four points (two goals, two assists) in his last eight games.
Add on 12 hits in that span and you have solid fantasy production in deep formats. Maroon has nine points, including six goals, at 45 hits in 28 games. He's as consistent as ever, but his final point total this season may be a little more skewed toward goals than assists.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Finds helper in win
Maroon registered an assist, five shots on goal, three hits and a plus-2 rating in Tuesday's 4-0 win over the Flyers.
Maroon earned the secondary helper on Zach Bogosian's opening tally just 2:28 into the contest. The 33-year-old Maroon has collected three goals and a helper in the last six games as the bounces have started to go his way more in November. He's up to five points, 31 shots on net, 35 PIM and 28 hits through 17 contests, though the inconsistent offense in general makes him too risky to roster in most fantasy formats.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Not much puck-luck
Maroon has one goal in 11 games this season.
Maroon, Corey Perry and Ross Colton have formed a strong third line for the Bolts, and they've been the team's most consistent unit. But despite their strong play, the breaks just haven't gone their way. Maroon's fantasy value is limited to hits (18) and it's rare that a one-category contributor helps in most formats. Keep him on the wire.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Good to go Tuesday
Maroon (personal) is in Tuesday's lineup against the Penguins, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports.
Maroon missed Monday's game against Buffalo for the birth of his child but he's right back in his bottom-six role Tuesday. The 33-year-old winger has racked up nine hits with a minus-2 rating in five games this season.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Rejoining team on road
Maroon (personal) is expected to rejoin the Lightning in Pittsburgh ahead of Tuesday night's matchup with the Penguins, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
Maroon missed Monday's loss to the Sabres to be present for the birth of his daughter, but it sounds like he could slot right back into the lineup for Tuesday's match against Pittsburgh. Confirmation on the 33-year-old winger's status versus the Penguins should surface prior to puck drop.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Staying home with family
Maroon didn't travel with the team for the birth of his child and will miss the next two games, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports.
Maroon has been held off the scoresheet to start the year despite averaging 12:49 of ice time, including 1:52 with the man advantage. In his five games, the 33-year-old winger has generated just five shots, so his lack of scoring shouldn't come as a big surprise. In Maroon's stead, Alex Barre-Boulet will slot into the lineup for the Bolts.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Returns to practice Saturday
Maroon (illness) was on the ice for Saturday's practice, Bryan Burns of the Lightning's official site reports.
Marron missed the first two days of training camp with a non-COVID illness, but he's feeling better and ready to rejoin his teammates as Tampa Bay begins its quest for a three-peat. Fellow veteran tough guy Zach Bogosian (illness) also made his return Saturday.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Sidelined with illness
Maroon didn't practice Thursday due to a non-COVID illness, Bryan Burns of the Lightning's official site reports.
It's safe to assume Maroon won't be sidelined for long with his non-COVID illness. The big-bodied winger picked up 18 points, 60 PIM and 75 hits through 55 games with Tampa Bay last campaign.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Opens scoring Wednesday
Maroon scored a goal in Wednesday's 4-0 win over the Panthers in Game 6.
Tyler Johnson rushed up the ice to negate a potential icing call, then centered the puck for Maroon, who tallied the opening goal at 6:16 of the first period. The 33-year-old Maroon had gone without a point in the first five games of the season, but he racked up 26 PIM and 11 hits in that span. The two-time Stanley Cup champion should continue to see fourth-line minutes as a physical presence in the Lightning lineup. He had 18 points, 75 hits and 60 PIM in 55 regular-season outings.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Suspension served
Maroon has served his one-game suspension and will be eligible to play in Game 1 of Tampa Bay's first-round playoff matchup with the Panthers.
The schedule for the Lightning's first-round series has yet to be released, but Maroon will be eligible to rejoin Tampa Bay's lineup whenever Game 1 takes place. The gritty winger picked up 18 points and 60 PIM in 55 regular-season contests this year.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Handed one-game suspension
Maroon has been suspended one game for his unsportsmanlike conduct in Saturday's loss to Florida.
Maroon will miss Monday's season finale against the Panthers but will be eligible to return in the first round of the postseason, also against Florida. The veteran power forward finishes the regular season with four goals and 14 assists in 55 games.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Set for hearing with DOPS
Maroon will have a hearing with the NHL's Department of Player Safety for roughing Florida's Brandon Montour on Saturday.
If Maroon's handed a suspension, that would mark the end of his regular season, as the Lightning will play their season finale Monday against the Panthers. The bad blood between Maroon and the Panthers is just getting started, as the two Florida-based teams are set to face off in the first round of the playoffs after finishing off the regular season with a pair of meetings.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Box scores don't show real value
Maroon has gone nine games without a point.
Maroon is struggling to deliver in any traditional fantasy category. He has just seven shots in those nine outings and only 14 hits. Maroon was one of the key pieces added for last season's Cup run, but his intangibles mean more to the team than the fantasy arena.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Sets up both goals
Maroon collected two assists and was plus-2 in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to Columbus.
Maroon set up goals by Ross Colton and Luke Schenn in a five-minute span late in the third period, to make the score look a little more respectable. Maroon has just one goal in his last 16 games, but he has managed to dish out four helpers in his last four.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: First multi-pointer of season
Maroon scored a goal and added an assist Saturday in a 4-3 loss to Carolina.
This was Maroon's first multi-point game this season. Strip away his first eight pointless games and Maroon has delivered half a point per game. He adds a few hits and PIM, too. Maroon's fantasy value is limited, but he sure is playing an important role on the ice.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Manages assist
Maroon provided an assist in Tuesday's 4-3 shootout win over the Stars.
Maroon set up Mathieu Joesph's second-period tally. The 32-year-old Maroon has contributed nine points, 26 shots on net, 35 hits and 42 PIM through 28 contests. The fourth-line winger is a mainstay in the Lightning's lineup, but generally won't find enough offense for fantasy relevance.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Sets up equalizer
Maroon recorded an assist in Tuesday's 4-3 overtime win over the Red Wings.
Maroon set up Erik Cernak for the game-tying goal midway through the third period. The 32-year-old Maroon has provided eight points in 24 games in a fourth-line role. He's added 32 PIM, 23 shots on net and 30 hits. He's a steady and physical presence on the ice, but probably doesn't score enough to interest most fantasy managers.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Patrick Maroon: Points in consecutive games
Maroon produced a power-play assist in Monday's 4-1 win over the Predators.
Maroon picked up his second point in as many games as he earned the secondary helper on Anthony Cirelli's second-period goal. The 32-year-old Maroon has just the two points through 10 games this season. He's added 17 PIM, 12 hits and a plus-1 rating in a fourth-line role.... See More ... See Less
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