Top Tim Schaller News

  • Kings' Tim Schaller: Hits waiver wire

    The Kings placed Schaller on waivers Sunday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.

    Schaller was recently acquired from the Canucks on Monday in a deal that saw Tyler Toffoli head to Vancouver. Schaller suited up in two games with his new club, going pointless across 8:01 of average ice time. He'll likely head to the AHL ranks should he go unclaimed off waivers.

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  • Kings' Tim Schaller: Set for L.A. debut

    Schaller will draw into the lineup for Thursday's game against Florida, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports.

    The 29-year-old will make his debut for the Kings after he was involved in Monday's trade that saw Tyler Toffoli head to the Canucks. Schaller will draw into the lineup on the fourth line, and he's only collected six points in 51 games this campaign.

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  • Kings' Tim Schaller: Unlikely to play Tuesday

    Schaller will join the Kings in Winnipeg but likely won't suit up against the Jets on Tuesday, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports.

    Schaller was traded from the Canucks to the Kings on Monday and will head to Winnipeg to meet the team ahead of Tuesday's game. Assuming there are no setbacks, he should crack the lineup for Thursday's home contest against the Panthers.

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  • Kings' Tim Schaller: Headed to L.A.

    Schaller was traded to the Kings along with Tyler Madden, a 2020 second-round pick and a conditional pick in 2022 from the Canucks in exchange for Tyler Toffoli on Monday, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports.

    The 29-year-old was lumped into the blockbuster deal that will take one of the top trade targets (Tyler Toffoli) off the board. Schaller will give the Kings depth for the remainder of the season, as he's collected six points in 51 games this campaign.

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  • Canucks' Tim Schaller: Going to press box

    Schaller will be a healthy scratch during Monday's meeting with Nashville, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports.

    Schaller will take a seat in favor of Zack MacEwen for Monday's contest. Schaller has just six points though 50 games. He's been a regular on the fourth line, but the Canucks will look to shake up their lines to try and snap their four-game losing streak. Schaller likely won't sit out many games, but he'll bring little fantasy value when he returns.

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  • Canucks' Tim Schaller: Snaps goal drought

    Schaller ended his lengthy goal drought during Saturday's 4-3 overtime win over the Islanders.

    The tally snapped a 35-game goal drought for Schaller. It was his first marker since he scored four goals in a three-game span in late October. He now has five goals and one assist through 46 appearances.

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  • Canucks' Tim Schaller: Healthy scratched

    Schaller watched Thursday's win against Arizona from the press box.

    With Brandon Sutter returning from an upper-body injury, Schaller got pushed out of the lineup. Schaller has just five points in 45 games and can safely be avoided in most formats.

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  • Canucks' Tim Schaller: Collects first assist

    Schaller posted his first assist of the season during Thursday's loss to Florida.

    The assist ended a lengthy 30-game point drought for Schaller. It's his first assist of the season, his other points coming in a three-game span where he posted four goals. At five points in 42 contests, it could be awhile before he finds the scoresheet again.

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  • Canucks' Tim Schaller: Scratched in back-to-back games

    Schaller was a healthy scratch during Tuesday's loss to Montreal.

    Schaller was forced to watch the Canucks' last two contests from the press box. With Tyler Motte returning from a lower body injury, being a healthy scratch will be a common occurrence for Schaller. He has just four points -- all goals -- in 33 games this season.

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  • Canucks' Tim Schaller: Back to the norm

    Schaller has no points in his past 11 games.

    Schaller surprised many when he lit the lamp four times within a three-game span. Those four goals are the only points he's tallied this year. He's back to the Schaller we've grown accustomed to, where he focuses on the defensive side of the game rather than providing offense.

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  • Canucks' Tim Schaller: Finds twine again

    Schaller scored a goal on five shots and went plus-2 in Monday's 7-2 win over the Panthers.

    The 28-year-old center has found a knack for scoring goals recently, with four in his last three games. He's now topped his goal-scoring output from 2018-19, but the four tallies are Schaller's only points of the year. It's unlikely the fourth-liner continues at this level of production for much longer.

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  • Canucks' Tim Schaller: Pots pair of goals

    Schaller scored two goals -- one shorthanded -- in Friday's 6-5 shootout loss to the Capitals.

    Schaller's first tally gave the Canucks a lead in the first period as he made a shorthanded breakaway. He then struck again in the second period, stretching the lead to 4-1 at the time. With three goals in his last two games, he's matched his total from 47 games last year just 10 matches into the campaign. It's not likely the 28-year-old has suddenly found his scoring mitts -- expect a regression in the near future.

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  • Canucks' Tim Schaller: Snipes first goal of season

    Schaller scored a goal on two shots and had four PIM in Tuesday's 5-2 victory over the Red Wings.

    The fourth-liner found himself with some space on an offensive rush and fired a shot from the left faceoff dot that beat Detroit goalie Jimmy Howard, putting the Canucks ahead 4-2 late in the third period. It was the first goal of the year for the 28-year-old, who entered the night without a point through his first eight games.

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  • Canucks' Tim Schaller: Scoreless through five games

    Schaller is searching for his first point of the season.

    Schaller isn't known for his offense, as noted by his fourth-line and penalty-killing roles. He's played all five games for the Canucks this season, which is a surprise given that he was often a healthy scratch in 2018-19. He doesn't provide value in any standard category, and should be off your fantasy radar.

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  • Canucks' Tim Schaller: Reaches 10-point mark

    Schaller registered an assist in Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Sharks.

    Schaller is up to 10 points and 64 hits in 45 games this year. He has a goal and two helpers in his last four appearances, putting him on a bit of a hot run toward the end of the season despite averaging only 9:16 per game since March 15.

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  • Canucks' Tim Schaller: Opens scoring against Stars

    Schaller scored his third goal of the year in a 3-2 shootout win over the Stars on Saturday.

    Schaller has three goals and a helper in his last eight appearances, despite skating more than 10 minutes in only two games during that span. In 44 outings this season, he has nine points and 64 hits. It's much less than the 22 points he posted in 2017-18 with the Bruins, and he remains off the radar for fantasy purposes.

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  • Canucks' Tim Schaller: Generates assist

    Schaller picked up an assist in Tuesday's 5-4 loss to the Ducks.

    Schaller is up to eight points in 42 games in a season that has seen him spend nearly as much time in the press box as on the ice. He's averaged 10:51 in ice time, typically skating on the fourth line. Schaller does have 63 hits, but that's not enough to warrant fantasy relevance.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 219 lbs
Birthplace: Merrimack, NH
Age: 31
Experience: 5
Shoots: Left