Fantasy Stats

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Time On Ice
2022
2021 9:18
2019 10.2510.3 1 2 3 -4 8:45
3y Avg. 41 - 1 1 0 9:34

Fantasy News

  • Blues' Luke Witkowski: Lands on waivers

    Witkowski was waived by the Blues on Saturday, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. This transaction is the Blues' attempt to get Witkowski to AHL Springfield before the start of the season. The 32-year-old is likely just a depth defenseman for the Blues' organization this year and shouldn't be expected to see much NHL time.
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  • Blues' Luke Witkowski: Traded to Blues

    Witkowski was traded to the Blues from the Red Wings on Monday along with Nick Leddy in exchange for Jake Walman, Oskar Sundqvist and a 2023 second-round pick. Witkowski has been organizational depth for Detroit, and that will likely be the case in St. Louis as well. He'll likely report to the Blues' AHL affiliate and remain there barring multiple injuries to the big club's defense corps, which just got deeper with the addition of Leddy.
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  • Red Wings' Luke Witkowski: Returned to minor-league affiliate

    Witkowski was reassigned to AHL Grand Rapids on Friday. Witkowski will likely continue to bounce between levels down the stretch. The 31-year-old blueliner has only appeared in one game with the Red Wings this season.
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  • Red Wings' Luke Witkowski: Summoned by big club

    Witkowski was recalled by Detroit on Saturday. Witkowski will likely be on hand as an extra defenseman for Saturday's game versus Calgary. The 31-year-old American hasn't appeared in an NHL contest since 2019-20.
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  • Red Wings' Luke Witkowski: Headed back to minors

    Witkowski was sent down to AHL Grand Rapids on Monday. With the taxi squads set to go away coming out of the All-Star break, Witkowski should be expected to stop shuffling between levels and stick with the Griffins for a while. Still, if the Wings need reinforcements on the blue line, Witkowski's name should be near the top of potential call-ups despite having not played in an NHL game since 2019-20 with the Lightning.
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  • Red Wings' Luke Witkowski: On taxi squad

    The Red Wings recalled Witkowski from AHL Grand Rapids to the taxi squad Friday. The 31-year-old had been in the AHL since Sunday. Witkowski hasn't yet appeared in an NHL game this season and doesn't seem likely to, barring injuries and/or COVID-19 issues in Detroit's defense corps.
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  • Red Wings' Luke Witkowski: Dropped to AHL

    Witkowski was sent to AHL Grand Rapids from the taxi squad Sunday, per CBS Sports. Witkowski hasn't seen any NHL action since the 2019-20 campaign. The veteran blueliner should spend most of his time at the AHL level, barring injuries.
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  • Red Wings' Luke Witkowski: Heading to taxi squad

    Witkowski was added to the taxi squad from AHL Grand Rapids on Sunday. Witkowski has shuffled between the taxi squad and the AHL several times this season. He likely won't see any NHL action in the near future.
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  • Red Wings' Luke Witkowski: Back to minors

    Witkowski was demoted from the taxi squad to AHL Grand Rapids on Tuesday. Witkowski has yet to see any time in the NHL this season. He has two assists in 21 AHL appearances.
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  • Red Wings' Luke Witkowski: On taxi squad

    The Red Wings reassigned Witkowski to the taxi squad from AHL Grand Rapids on Wednesday. Witkowski bounced between rosters throughout December but never appeared in a game for the Red Wings. He hasn't played in the NHL since 2019-20, when he had a goal and two assists in 12 games with Tampa Bay.
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  • Red Wings' Luke Witkowski: Returns to AHL

    The Red Wings reassigned Witkowski from the taxi squad to AHL Grand Rapids on Wednesday. Witkowski heads back to the AHL two days after being promoted to Detroit's taxi squad. It remains to be seen whether the 31-year-old, who last played in the NHL in 2019, will get an opportunity with the Red Wings this season.
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  • Red Wings' Luke Witkowski: On taxi squad

    The Red Wings added Witkowski to their taxi squad Monday. The defenseman will serve as additional depth in case COVID-19 continues to spread in the NHL locker room. Witkowski hasn't played in the NHL since 2019, when he had a goal and two assists in 12 games for Tampa Bay.
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  • Red Wings' Luke Witkowski: Ascends to NHL roster

    Witkowski was recalled by the Red Wings on Tuesday. Witkowski will be on hand as an extra defenseman for Tuesday's matchup with Nashville. The 31-year-old defender hasn't appeared in an NHL contest since 2019-20, when he picked up three points in 12 games with Tampa Bay.
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  • Red Wings' Luke Witkowski: Sent packing by Detroit

    Witkowski was waived by the Red Wings on Friday, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports. Witkowski didn't appear in any NHL contests in 2020-21, but he did draw into 14 games with AHL Syracuse, picking up two helpers over that span. The 31-year-old defender will likely spend most, if not all of the upcoming campaign in the minors.
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  • Red Wings' Luke Witkowski: Lands two-year deal with Detroit

    Witkowski signed a two-year contract with the Red Wings on Thursday. Witkowski drew into 12 games with Tampa Bay last season, picking up three points while averaging 8:48 of ice time per contest. The 31-year-old blueliner will likely be deployed in a similar fashion by the Red Wings, so don't expect him to emerge as a viable fantasy option in 2021-22.
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  • Lightning's Luke Witkowski: Assigned to AHL

    Witkowski was reassigned to the Syracuse Crunch of the AHL on Monday. The 30-year-old depth defender has been in and out of the press box in his NHL career. As time passes, Witkowski's game slows and he gets passed by younger, more mobile defenders. He'll anchor the Crunch this season.
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  • Lightning's Luke Witkowski: Designated for waivers

    Witkowski was placed on waivers by the Lightning on Saturday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports. By waiving Witkowski, Tampa Bay is clearing the way for Victor Hedman (lower body) and Patrick Maroon (upper body) to come off injured reserve ahead of the team's trip to Sweden for Global Series clashes with Buffalo. In his previous five outings, the 29-year-old Witkowski notched one assist, three shots and 19 hits while averaging just 9:11 of ice time. Assuming he clears, Witkowski will link up with AHL Syracuse, but he should be atop the list of potential call-ups if needed.
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  • Lightning's Luke Witkowski: Suddenly a sniper

    Witkowski scored his first goal of the season in Tampa's 4-2 loss to Ottawa on Saturday afternoon. It was a sweet snap shot from the left circle that beat Craig Anderson five-hole. Witkowski has scored just twice in 124 NHL games. And he's never put in more than four points in any season. But this year, Witkowski has managed two points in five games in limited ice time. He's no fantasy force, but it's a nice story for a 29-year-old journeyman who's still living out his childhood dream.
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  • Lightning's Luke Witkowski: Workload dropping

    Witkowski's ice time has dropped in half since opening night. He played 10:53 on opening night, but just 5:32 Sunday night. But interestingly enough, he's still out on the ice for the same number of shifts (11). The pace of the game is fast and that may hold Witkowski back. And with Jan Rutta warming up the press box, Witkowski could switch places with him soon.
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  • Lightning's Luke Witkowski: Returns to Bolts

    Witkowski signed a two-year, two-way contract with Tampa Bay on Monday. Witkowski's career began in Tampa Bay, as the Lightning snagged him with a sixth-round (160th overall) pick in 2008. He took his talents to his native Detroit ahead of the 2017-18 season, but with Ken Holland leaving his GM post for Edmonton, there was no longer a fit for the physical defenseman who has a limited offensive skill set.
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