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Feb 27, 2024 0 0 0 1 0.5
Feb 25, 2024 0 0 0 2
Feb 24, 2024 0 1 2 1 5
Feb 22, 2024 0 0 -1 0 -1
Feb 19, 2024 0 1 2 1 5

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2023 65.532.8 2 15 17 3 18:56
2022 11523 5 26 31 2 22:20
2021 9115.2 6 21 27 -11 22:06
3y Avg. 128.7516.1 8 26 33 0 22:29
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  • Red Wings' Jeff Petry: Shot attempt leads to assist

    Petry earned a secondary assist in Monday's 4-3 overtime win over the Kraken. Petry fired the puck through heavy traffic, and a fortuitous deflection off teammate J.T. Compher culminated in a Lucas Raymond tally at the doorstep. Not every helper will be pretty, but it all looks the same in the box score, as Petry is up to 14 assists and 16 total points through 46 games. The veteran defenseman continues to work on the second defensive pair, albeit while lacking opportunities on the power play.
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  • Red Wings' Jeff Petry: Adds helper in OT win

    Petry delivered an assist in Saturday's 4-3 overtime win over the Canucks. Petry provided a no-frills pass in the defensive zone, spurring forwards David Perron and Lucas Raymond, with the latter deking goalie Casey DeSmith at the doorstep to open the scoring. At 36 years old, Petry is averaging a career-low 18:39 of ice time in his debut season with the Red Wings. He's posted two goals, 13 assists, 56 hits and 77 blocked shots through 42 games, which probably isn't enough to put him on the fantasy radar outside of deep leagues.
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  • Red Wings' Jeff Petry: Picks up two apples

    Petry registered two assists to complement a plus-3 rating in Saturday's 5-3 win over the Kings. This was one of Petry's best performances since joining the Red Wings ahead of this season. The 36-year-old veteran is averaging a career low in ice time (18:26), and it's an especially stark contrast to the 22:21 of rink run the defenseman saw with the Penguins last year. Petry has two goals, 11 assists and a plus-4 rating through 33 games; he's occasionally been thrust into power-play action but is still looking for his first man-advantage point donning the Winged Wheel.
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  • Red Wings' Jeff Petry: Lights lamp Thursday

    Petry scored a goal on three shots, logged three hits and added two PIM in Thursday's 4-3 shootout win over the Kings. Petry had gone three games without a point while missing two contests -- one as a scratch and the other due to injury -- in that span. The 36-year-old played Thursday in a seven-defensemen lineup with Andrew Copp (lower body) out. Petry, Olli Maatta and Justin Holl are the blueliners the Red Wings have most frequently cycled out of the lineup. Petry has two goals, nine assists, 37 shots on net, 40 hits, 50 blocked shots and a plus-2 rating and offers the most fantasy upside of the three part-timers.
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  • Red Wings' Jeff Petry: Expected to return Friday

    Petry (upper body) should return to the lineup Friday versus Nashville, per Max Bultman of The Athletic. Petry has been a disappointment offensively this season as he has only one goal and nine assists in 27 games. Petry was not available Wednesday in Minnesota after he was injured versus New Jersey on Saturday in the final game before the Christmas break. Look for Petry to be paired with Ben Chiarot in his return to action.
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  • Red Wings' Jeff Petry: Unavailable Wednesday

    Petry (upper body) is set to miss Wednesday's game against Minnesota, according to Ted Kulfan of The Detroit News. Petry sustained the injury during Saturday's 3-2 loss to New Jersey. He has a goal, 10 points, 34 hits and 49 blocks in 27 outings in 2023-24. With Petry out against the Wild, Justin Holl is likely to draw back into the lineup.
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  • Red Wings' Jeff Petry: Exits game due to injury

    Petry won't return to Saturday's game against New Jersey because of an upper-body injury. Petry was injured when he collided with teammate Christian Fischer, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports. Both players left the contest as a result of the incident. Petry entered Saturday's action with a goal, 10 points, 34 hits and 49 blocks over 26 outings in 2023-24. If he isn't available Wednesday versus Minnesota, then Justin Holl might draw back into the lineup.
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  • Red Wings' Jeff Petry: Sets up late-game equalizer

    Petry delivered an assist in Friday's 7-6 shootout win over the Flyers. The Red Wings permitted five straight goals between the second and third periods, but Petry did his part to force overtime. He dumped the puck off to Dylan Larkin with the Detroit captain scoring a seemingly impossible goal from behind the net. Petry is averaging a career-low 18:37 of ice time, and he may end up disappointing fantasy managers who recall his four consecutive seasons with at least 40 points from 2017-18 to 2020-21. He only has one goal and 10 points over 26 contests this campaign.
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  • Red Wings' Jeff Petry: Nets first goal of campaign

    Petry scored a goal in Monday's 4-3 home loss against the Ducks. Petry's goal was his first of the season, and he opened the scoring at 2:29 of the second period to slice the lead to 4-1, beginning the comeback. He finished with a minus-1 rating, three shots on goal, two blocked shots and a hit in 17:32 of ice time. The veteran rearguard had managed just two assists in the past 13 games, and his playing time has been dwindling. Perhaps this goal will jump-start things for the veteran.
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  • Red Wings' Jeff Petry: Seeing less ice time with Detroit

    Petry is averaging a career-low 18:48 of ice time in his first season with the Red Wings. The Wings are content with Petry on the second pair with Ben Chiarot, as those defensemen have reunited following their two-and-a-half years together as members of the Canadiens between 2018-21. Petry is averaging just 42 seconds of ice time on the power play this season and is still seeking his first goal with Detroit, but he's helping out in other areas based on eight assists, 30 hits, and 45 blocked shots through 21 games.
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  • Red Wings' Jeff Petry: Supplies two helpers in victory

    Petry recorded a pair of assists in Saturday's 5-4 win over the Blue Jackets. Petry led the Red Wings with 24:16 of ice time and easily had one of his best games donning a red and white sweater. The veteran defenseman has six helpers through 10 contests, though it's worth noting Petry overcame an upper-body injury that surfaced in October, and he is still searching for his first goal this season.
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  • Red Wings' Jeff Petry: Cleared to return

    Petry (upper body) will return to action versus the Bruins on Saturday, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports. Petry is expected to return to a third-pairing role following his three-game absence. The 35-year-old vet has collected two helpers through four contests this campaign.
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  • Red Wings' Jeff Petry: Won't return Thursday

    Petry (upper body) will miss Thursday's game versus Winnipeg but is likely to return for Saturday's contest against Boston. Thursday's match will be Detroit's third straight game without Petry. The 35-year-old defenseman has two assists, six PIM, seven hits and four blocks in four contests this year. When Petry's back, Olli Maatta might serve as a healthy scratch.
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  • Red Wings' Jeff Petry: Dealing with upper-body issue

    Petry (upper body) won't be available for Tuesday's game versus the Kraken, Ted Kulfan of The Detroit News reports. Petry is considered day-to-day with the injury. The veteran defender has collected two assists through four contests this season.
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  • Red Wings' Jeff Petry: Registers two assists

    Petry recorded two assists, two blocked shots, two PIM and a plus-2 rating in Wednesday's 6-3 win over the Penguins. Petry did some damage against his former team, helping out on second-period tallies from Ben Chiarot and Andrew Copp. It's a good response from Petry after he was a healthy scratch Monday versus the Blue Jackets. The 35-year-old defenseman had gone pointless in his first two appearances, and he's added four shots on net, seven hits, three blocked shots, six PIM and an even plus-minus rating through three contests. Petry's spot in the lineup is obviously not guaranteed -- he'll compete with the likes of Justin Holl and Olli Maatta for playing time.
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  • Red Wings' Jeff Petry: Acquired by Detroit

    Detroit acquired Petry from Montreal on Tuesday in exchange for Gustav Lindstrom and a conditional 2025 fourth-round pick. The Canadiens will retain 50 percent of Petry's remaining salary. The 35-year-old blueliner produced five goals, 31 points, 113 shots on net, 111 blocked shots and 190 hits in 61 games for Pittsburgh last season. The Penguins traded him to Montreal on Aug. 6 in a three-team deal to acquire Erik Karlsson from San Jose. Petry could be utilized as a top-four defender by the Red Wings during the 2023-24 campaign.
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  • Canadiens' Jeff Petry: Back with Canadiens

    Montreal acquired Petry on Sunday as part of a three-team trade with Pittsburgh and San Jose. Mike Hoffman and Rem Pitlick were moved to Pittsburgh in the trade in exchange for Petry, Casey DeSmith, Nathan Legare and a 2025 second-round pick. The Penguins flipped Hoffman to the Sharks along with Mikael Granlund, Jan Rutta and a top-10 protected 2024 first-round pick to acquire Erik Karlsson, Dillon Hamaliuk and a 2026 third-round pick. Pittsburgh will retain 25 percent of Petry's $6.25 million cap hit for the next two seasons. The 35-year-old defender provided five goals, 26 assists, 113 shots on net, 111 blocked shots and 190 hits in 61 appearances last season. Petry reached the 40-point mark in four straight seasons with Montreal from 2017-18 to 2020-21. He should slot into a top-four role for the Canadiens this campaign and see action on the power play.
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  • Penguins' Jeff Petry: Supplies two assists Tuesday

    Petry notched two assists in Pittsburgh's 5-2 loss to Chicago on Tuesday. Petry's first helper was recorded during a Pittsburgh power play. He has five goals and 31 points in 60 appearances this season, including nine points with the man advantage. Petry hasn't recorded a goal over his last 15 outings, but he has contributed seven assists in that span.
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  • Penguins' Jeff Petry: Bags apple in defeat

    Petry garnered an assist against the Devils on Tuesday. Since returning from injury, Petry has recorded three assists, seven shots and 13 hits in his last five outings. If he can get just one more point, the 35-year-old blueliner will reach the 30-point mark, though he won't be getting to 40 for the second consecutive season.
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  • Penguins' Jeff Petry: Set to play Tuesday

    Petry (upper body) will return to the lineup Tuesday versus the Red Wings, Penguins radio play-by-play announcer Josh Getzoff reports. Petry missed the last five games with the injury, but his return should bolster the Penguins' defense corps. The 35-year-old is set to play on the second pairing and second power-play unit, which will likely cause Pierre-Olivier Joseph to lose some playing time.
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