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2023 46.2511.6 4 19 23 -14 14:26
2022 11.53.8 3 3 13:38
2021 117.256.2 19 18 37 8 17:21
3y Avg. 966.4 15 15 30 9 17:16
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Tallies assist

    Pacioretty recorded a power-play assist and added two shots during Monday's 5-2 win over the Flames. Pacioretty has picked up four assists -- two on the power play -- over his last nine games but continues to struggle to light the lamp with regularity like he did earlier in his career. The 35-year-old has a respectable 17 points in 32 contests after returning from an Achilles injury, and he garners enough time with the man advantage to warrant a look in deeper formats.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Two-point effort in win

    Pacioretty picked up two assists in Friday's 5-2 win over the Flyers. The veteran winger helped set up tallies by Sonny Milano in the second period and Dylan Strome in the third. It was Pacioretty's first multi-point performance since Jan. 18, but he did extend his current point streak to four games. Over the last 10 contests, he's put together a solid two goals and eight points.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Bags apple Saturday

    Pacioretty registered an assist to go with four shots and two hits during Saturday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Panthers. Pacioretty hasn't scored a goal since Jan. 11, but he has mustered four assists over his last seven games as he works his way back from a significant Achilles injury. The 35-year-old winger could be on the move prior to the trade deadline if the Capitals continue to lose ground in the Eastern Conference playoff race, and a trade could enhance Pacioretty's fantasy value during the home stretch of the 2023-24 campaign.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Returns to lineup

    Pacioretty played 18:12 in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Canadiens. After sustaining a lower-body injury Jan. 27 against the Stars, Pacioretty found his place on the second line, centered by teammate Connor McMichael, with T.J. Oshie on the opposite wing Tuesday. The injury did not hurt Pacioretty's playing time, as the 18:12 TOI was the most he's played all season. Pacioretty fired five shots on net, played 3:56 TOI on the power play and finished with a minus-1 rating.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Practices Monday

    Pacioretty (lower body) skated on the top line during Monday's practice, Sammi Silber of The Hockey News reports. Pacioretty exited in the second period of a 5-4 overtime loss to the Stars on Jan. 27 after logging just 10:25 of ice time, but he appears to have avoided the kind of significant injury that has sidelined him for most of the last two seasons. The 35-year-old has a goal and six assists in 12 games since making his Capitals debut following a lengthy rehab for an Achilles injury. He could be a worthwhile play against his former Canadiens teammates when the Capitals host Montreal on Tuesday.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Exits Saturday's game

    Pacioretty (lower body) won't return to Saturday's contest against Dallas. Pacioretty picked up one shot on goal, one hit and a plus-1 rating in 10:25 of ice time prior to leaving Saturday's game. He has produced one goal and six assists in 12 outings this campaign. Washington is off until Feb. 6 against Montreal because of the All-Star break, so Pacioretty has some additional time to recover.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Lone helper not enough

    Pacioretty delivered an assist in Sunday's 2-1 loss to the Rangers. Pacioretty has a goal, two assists and a plus-2 rating since his Jan. 3 return from a long-term Achillies injury. Formerly the offensive focal point of the Canadiens prior to career stops in Vegas and Carolina, Pacioretty now finds himself on a Capitals team that is ranked seventh within the fiercely competitive Metropolitan Division. However, Pacioretty's current one-year, $4 million contract serves as a nice proving ground to see how much he has left in the tank before he'll officially become an unrestricted free agent in the summer.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Nets first goal with Caps

    Pacioretty scored a goal on his lone shot in Thursday's 4-1 loss to the Kraken. Pacioretty was responsible for Washington's lone tally in the second period Thursday, as he one-timed an Alex Ovechkin feed past Joey Daccord to cut Seattle's lead to 2-1. It's Pacioretty's first goal and second point in four games with the Capitals this season, after missing nearly a year while recovering from a torn Achilles. The veteran winger played just three games with the Hurricanes in 2022-23, scoring three goals.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Makes season debut

    Pacioretty (Achilles) played 11:47 in his season debut versus New Jersey on Wednesday. It was Pacioretty's first game in almost a year, as he lasted played on Jan. 19, 2023. The 35-year-old failed to hit the scoresheet in a 6-3 loss. He did not see any power-play time against the Devils but that should change in the near future as Pacioretty has 10 seasons with double-digit points with the man advantage under his belt.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Set to make Capitals debut

    Pacioretty (Achilles) will make his Capitals debut Wednesday versus New Jersey. It will be Pacioretty's first game since Jan. 19, 2023. After missing nearly a year, it wouldn't be surprising if the 35-year-old initially sees limited minutes, but he should eventually settle into a top-six spot and get a significant amount of power-play ice time. His return also might result in Aliaksei Protas assuming a lesser role.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Won't play Saturday

    Pacioretty (Achilles) won't play Saturday against Nashville, Bailey Johnson of The Washington Post reports. Pacioretty's next chance to make his season debut will be Tuesday versus Pittsburgh. He skated alongside Evgeny Kuznetsov and Matthew Phillips on Thursday, which could be where he lines up when he is ready to play.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Not playing Friday

    Pacioretty (Achilles) will not be in the lineup Friday versus the Islanders, per Stefen Rosner of The Hockey News. Pacioretty has yet to play this season after suffering his second torn Achilles on Jan. 19. The good news is Pacioretty's season debut appears to be imminent. Pacioretty has only played in 44 games over the last two-plus seasons, scoring 22 times while adding 18 assists over that span. The Capitals desperately need his offensive acumen as they are averaging only 2.34 goals per contest this year, 31st in the NHL.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Won't play Wednesday

    Pacioretty (Achilles) won't make his season debut Wednesday versus the Rangers, per Bailey Johnson of The Washington Post. Pacioretty is close to playing though, so perhaps he'll draw into the lineup Friday against the Islanders. The 35-year-old might be eased into the lineup when he does return, but he's likely to eventually serve in a top-six role with Washington. Pacioretty has provided 46 goals and 91 points in 92 appearances over his previous three campaigns.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Targeting post-Christmas return

    Pacioretty (Achilles) is "real close" to playing according to coach Spencer Carbery and could be ready as soon as the club's Dec. 27 clash with the Rangers, Bailey Johnson of The Washington Post reports. Pacioretty signed with the Capitals in the offseason but has yet to make his team debut following his Achilles injury. The 35-year-old winger played in just five games for the Hurricanes last season before getting hurt, so it's unclear what type of player fantasy managers should expect. Still, Pacioretty has six 60-point campaigns under his bet and has reached the 20-goal threshold eight times, making him an intriguing option once cleared to play.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Sporting non-contact jersey

    Pacioretty (Achilles) practiced with the team for the first time Wednesday, albeit while wearing a non-contact sweater, Bailey Johnson of The Washington Post reports. Pacioretty appears to be slowly working his way back into shape but he'll need to be cleared for contact before entering the day-to-day range. Still, Wednesday's practice session is a step in the right direction. Once up to full game speed, Pacioretty could be in line for a top-six role with the Capitals, including linking up with one of the power-play units.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Not close to returning

    Pacioretty (Achilles) is still at least two weeks away from returning, but he has been skating regularly, per Tom Gulitti of on Wednesday. Pacioretty hasn't played since Jan. 19 because of the injury and logged just five contests in 2022-23. Even when the 35-year-old does return, it might take time for him to shake off the rust, though there's a good chance he'll get an opportunity to serve in a top-six role. Pacioretty has also excelled in recent years when healthy, contributing 78 goals and 157 points in 163 contests from 2019-20 through 2022-23.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Skating occasionally

    Pacioretty (Achilles) has skated three times over the past couple weeks, Tom Gulitti of reports. Pacioretty hasn't played since Jan. 19 because of his Achilles injury, but he still believes he'll be back, telling Gulitti, "I do know I have a lot of hockey left in me. There was a time where maybe I wasn't as confident in that, a time where I didn't know if I'd play hockey ever again, but I'm coming to the rink every day thinking that this could be my last day here and just enjoying it." There's still no clear timeline for Pacioretty's return, but the fact that he hasn't begun to skate on a regular basis yet doesn't bode well for his availability in the near future.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Still not skating

    Pacioretty (Achilles) has yet to resume skating though coach Spencer Carbery told reporters he would begin "soon" Friday, per Tom Gulitti of Pacioretty started the year on long-term injured reserve and isn't expected to return during the first month of the season, but he appears to be trending in the right direction. Even once he starts skating, the veteran winger will likely need some significant practice time before he'll be in contention to take a spot in the lineup.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Timeline unclear

    Pacioretty (Achilles) is not expected to be available for the start of the 2023-24 season, Tom Gulitti of reports. Pacioretty has suffered two torn Achilles tendons since the summer of 2022. Washington head coach Spencer Carbery told on Aug. 22 that he doesn't have an exact timetable for Pacioretty's return, but the 34-year-old winger may end up missing the first month or two of the 2023-24 campaign. Pacioretty was limited to just five games last season with Carolina, scoring three goals and posting 16 shots on net. He signed a one-year, $2 million contract with the Capitals in July.
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  • Capitals' Max Pacioretty: Signs with Washington

    Pacioretty (Achilles) signed a one-year, $2 million contract with the Capitals on Saturday. Pacioretty is coming off an injury-plagued 2022 campaign, scoring three goals in just five games, capped by a torn Achilles in January. Still, the 34-year-old winger is just two seasons removed from a 51-point campaign, making it an intriguing upside signing for the Caps. If healthy, Pacioretty should be firmly in the mix for a somewhat important role for his new team.
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