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Mar 2, 2024 0 0 0 2
Feb 29, 2024 0 0 0 1
Feb 27, 2024 1 0 0 3 3
Feb 25, 2024 0 0 0 1 0.5
Feb 24, 2024 1 0 1 1 4

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2023 80.254.7 17 15 32 -20 17:19
2022 109.256.4 17 15 32 11 16:09
2021 80.755 16 16 32 -14 16:30
3y Avg. 82.56.3 13 15 28 1 16:16
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Will play vs. Panthers

    Paul (undisclosed) is good to play Saturday against Florida, according to Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site. Paul has 14 goals and 29 points in 55 outings in 2023-24. He left Thursday's 6-3 win over Colorado due to the injury, but the 28-year-old won't end up missing a full game. He's projected to serve on the second line alongside Brandon Hagel and Anthony Cirelli.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Expected to miss out Saturday

    Paul (undisclosed) is set to be sidelined against the Panthers on Saturday, Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Paul has played in all 55 games for the Bolts this season, racking up 14 goals and 15 assists, but he'll now find himself watching from the press box. With Paul out of the lineup, Michael Eyssimont is expected to move into a top-six role and could see additional power-play ice time versus Florida.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Can't finish game

    Paul (undisclosed) didn't play in the third period of Thursday's game versus the Avalanche, Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times reports. There was no information on Paul's injury following the contest. Until another update is available, he should be considered day-to-day. If he can't play Saturday versus the Panthers, Austin Watson would likely enter the lineup while Conor Sheary could see a bigger role.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: On career pace

    Paul had a goal and an assist in a 4-2 win over the Blue Jackets on Saturday. Paul got the game's first goal at 15:40 of the opening frame when he scored from the slot on a rebound while on the man advantage. The winger is on a 45-point pace this season, which would establish a new career high. He has been impressive on the power play, contributing seven goals and five assists. However, Paul tends to score points in bursts. In his last eight games, he has accumulated six points, but those points have only come in three of those games. Paul best fits in deep leagues where you ride performance over a long period. It's almost impossible to market time a skater like him.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Two-point effort in victory

    Paul emerged with a goal and an assist in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Sabres. Paul opened the scoring with an even-strength tally, and he put forth an empty-net assist on the way to his sixth multi-point effort of the campaign. Currently operating in a top-six role, Paul is storming toward a breakout season based on 12 goals and 13 assists through 46 contests.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Six points in last two games

    Paul had a goal and two assists Thursday in a 5-4 win over Vegas. Paul's goal, which came with 1:13 remaining, stood as the winner. He scored on a rebound on a sharp angle deep in the left circle after Jiri Patera directed a rebound wide and away from the net. Luckily for Paul, Patera couldn't get back into the net in enough time. After stumbling through his last 19 games with only four points, Paul has exploded with two straight three-point games. He's playing with Brayden Point at even strength and is once again slotted onto the power play. Paul is worth nabbing off the wire as long as this gig continues.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Three points in win

    Paul tallied a goal and two assists in Tuesday's 6-1 win over St. Louis. Paul assisted on a pair of Nikita Kucherov goals, which were netted in the first and second periods, respectively, before adding a power-play marker in the final frame, extending Tampa's lead to 6-0. Paul came into Tuesday's contest with just one goal and two points in his previous 13 appearances despite maintaining a role on the Lightning's top power-play unit. Overall, the 28-year-old winger is up to 10 goals and 16 points through 33 games this season.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Nets equalizer in third period

    Paul scored a goal on five shots and added two PIM in Saturday's 4-3 overtime win over the Kraken. Paul stepped up into a top-six role Saturday with Steven Stamkos (illness) out. The 28-year-old Paul delivered the game-tying goal at 7:09 of the third period after the Lightning previously blew a 2-0 lead. The forward had gone nine games without a point entering Saturday, mainly seeing third-line usage in that span. He's up to nine goals, three helpers, 57 shots on net, 21 hits, 19 blocked shots and a minus-16 rating through 29 appearances.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Lights lamp twice in win

    Paul scored two goals, one on the power play, in Tuesday's 5-3 win over the Canadiens. The 28-year-old snapped a brief four-game point drought with the performance, and both of Paul's tallies came as a result of him being in the right place at the right time to bang home a rebound. He set a new career high with 17 goals in 80 games last season, but Paul is on track to shatter that mark in 2023-24 as he's already tickled twine seven times in 13 contests.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Dream season continues

    Paul scored a goal in Thursday's 6-0 win over San Jose. He put the Lightning up 5-0 at 7:29 of the second period when he punched in a rebound off a Steven Stamkos shot. Paul's dream season continues. He has a goal in back-to-back games and three in his last four. Paul is tied with Brandon Hagel for second on the team with five goals.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Another goal from forward

    Paul scored a goal Tuesday in a 3-0 win over Carolina. Paul scored late in the third period on a one-timer from the left circle that beat Pyotr Kochetkov on the far side. A minute later, he picked up a fighting major when he dropped the gloves against Jack Drury. Paul has four goals, two assists, 13 shots and seven hits in seven contests so far.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Continues to surprise on power play

    Paul scored a goal and added an assist, both on the power play, in a 4-3 win over the Canucks on Thursday. Coach Jon Cooper continues to send Paul over the boards and straight to the front of the net on the first power-play unit, and the results have been impressive. All three of Paul's goals this season have come with the man advantage. Overall, he has five points (four on the power play) in five games, as well as seven hits, three blocks and 10 shots -- he will remain a valuable fantasy play as long as he continues to get the plum PP1 assignment.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Two goals, assist in opener

    Paul tallied a pair of power-play goals and added an assist in Tuesday's 5-3 win over the Predators. Paul tied the game 2-2 in the second period, stuffing in a loose puck on a power play, before giving Tampa a 4-3 lead later in the frame with a second marker on the man advantage. The 28-year-old tallied 17 goals (four on the power play) and 32 points in 80 games with the Lightning last season. While he'll typically play on the third line, Paul's role on Tampa Bay's potent top power-play unit should offer some continued scoring upside.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Seven hits in Game 1 win

    Paul laid seven hits in Tampa's 7-3 win over Toronto in Game 1 on Tuesday. Paul ended the regular season on a 12-game scoring slump, but the Bolts don't rely on him for offense. On Tuesday, Paul played 16:37, including 1:10 shorthanded. And his hits disrupted a Leafs squad that simply had no comeback, especially against the Bolts bottom six.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Thriving with Bolts

    Paul registered an assist to complement five hits in Saturday's 5-3 loss to the Sabres. Paul's breakout campaign continues, as he's posted career highs in several offensive categories, including goals (17) and total points (30) through 60 games. He also tied a season high with those five hits in the latest contest and advanced to a plus-14 rating. Remember, the Bolts signed Paul to a seven-year, $22.05 million contract last summer, and that seems to have been a major boon to his confidence as he finishes out his eighth season.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Set to return

    Paul (upper body) is expected to return to the lineup Tuesday against Colorado, Gabby Shirley of Bally Sports Florida reports. Paul has accounted for 16 goals, 26 points, 80 shots on goal and 72 hits in 50 games this season. He is slated to play between Ross Colton and Patrick Maroon following a two-game absence.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Not playing Saturday

    Paul (upper body) is not in the lineup versus Dallas on Saturday, Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times reports. This will be the second game in a row that Paul will miss. He has 16 goals and 26 points in 50 games this season, but had been slumping before his injury, scoring once adding an assist in his last 11 games.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Doubtful Saturday

    Paul (upper body) is doubtful for Saturday's tilt in Dallas, Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site reports. Paul sat out Thurday's game versus Colorado and did not practice Friday. Paul has 16 goals and 26 points in 50 games this season, but is pointless in his last five games.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Practicing Thursday

    Paul (undisclosed) is practicing Thursday, according to Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com. Paul left Tuesday's game in the second period versus the Sharks and did not return. This is a good sign for the 27-year-old center to return to the lineup Thursday versus Colorado. Paul has 16 goals and 26 points in 50 games this season but is pointless in his last five games.
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  • Lightning's Nick Paul: Leaves Tuesday's contest

    Paul (undisclosed) left Tuesday's game versus the Sharks in the second period, Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site reports. Head coach Jon Cooper had no update on Paul's status after the game. The 27-year-old has filled the third-line center spot pretty well, though he's now gone five games without a point. If he can't play Thursday versus the Avalanche, the Lightning will likely either recall a forward or use seven defensemen, with Pierre-Edouard Bellemare likely to pick up extra minutes in either situation.
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