Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Plus-Minus Goals Scored For or Against Total
Time On Ice
2022 36.55.2 7 10 17 -9 13:11
2021 877.9 11 20 31 2 14:10
3y Avg. 717.1 10 16 26 -1 14:14

Fantasy News

  • Predators' Denis Gurianov: Put on waivers

    Gurianov was placed on waivers by Nashville on Saturday, per Chris Johnston of TSN. Gurianov recorded seven goals and 17 points in 66 games between Dallas and Montreal in 2022-23. Unless he's selected off waivers, Gurianov will probably be reassigned to AHL Milwaukee.
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  • Predators' Denis Gurianov: Inks one-year deal with Nashville

    Gurianov agreed to a one-year, $850,000 contract with Nashville on Tuesday. Gurianov became an unrestricted free agent after the Canadiens decided not to give him a qualifying offer. He posted seven goals, 17 points and 116 shots on net in 66 games between Montreal and Dallas last season. Gurianov will provide some depth to Nashville's bottom-six forward group in 2023-24.
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  • Denis Gurianov: Won't get qualifying offer

    Gurianov won't receive a qualifying offer from the Canadiens, which will make him an unrestricted free agent Saturday, per Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports. Gurianov had seven goals and 17 points in 66 contests while averaging 13:12 of ice time between Dallas and Montreal in 2022-23. He's coming off a one-year, $2.9 million contract and would have required a qualifying offer of the same amount for Montreal to retain his exclusive negotiating rights.
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  • Canadiens' Denis Gurianov: Helps on power play

    Gurianov had a power-play assist, one shot on goal and one blocked shot over 17:27 of ice time in Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Bruins. Gurianov set up Nick Suzuki for a one-timer to put the Canadiens on the board late in what was a spirited and physical first period. The former Star has four goals and three assists over the last eight contests. The 25-year-old forward was one of four young Montreal forwards on the scoresheet, giving a glimpse of what next season might look like. In addition to Gurianov, Nick Suzuki (goal, assist), Kirby Dach (goal, assist) and Denis Gurianov (assist) made an impact against the NHL's best team.
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  • Canadiens' Denis Gurianov: Fitting in with Habs

    Gurianov had an assist, one shot on goal, two blocked shots and two penalty minutes over 14:11 of ice time in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Lightning. Gurianov hit Jonathan Drouin in stride, setting up Montreal's second goal, and gave the newest Canadien seven points in 12 games since joining the team. Six of those seven points were posted in the last seven contests. Gurianov earned his way into the top-six and is getting 15:41 TOI per game, nearly four minutes more than he was averaging in Dallas.
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  • Canadiens' Denis Gurianov: Fourth goal in last five games

    Gurianov scored a goal Saturday in a 5-3 loss to the Lightning. The guy is hot -- it was Gurianov's fourth goal in five games. He took a feed from Josh Anderson in the second period, and he one-timed the puck from the left circle. Montreal has been a good fit for Gurianov, who has six points, including five goals, in 11 games after putting up just nine points in 43 games in Dallas earlier this year.
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  • Canadiens' Denis Gurianov: Extends two streaks in win

    Gurianov scored a goal and assisted on another in Tuesday's 6-4 win over Pittsburgh. His night included four shots on net and two hits over 16:11 of ice time. Jonathan Drouin's hard work in the corner against two Penguin defenders led to the Canadiens' third goal in a six-minute stretch of the first period. It was the third consecutive game with tally for Gurianov and fourth straight with a point. The 2015 first-round pick of Dallas has another 14 games in the regular season to convince the Canadiens he's worth a $2.9 million qualifying offer. For that, the forward needs to not only provide offense but improve his play away from the puck, as Arpon Basu and Marc Antoine Godin of The Athletic reported earlier this week. "We made the trade planning to keep him, but every player has a job to do, and our job is to evaluate them," general manager Kent Hughes said. "So over the final games, we'll be following him closely." Montreal's had some luck with reclamation projects, like Kirby Dach, under coach Martin St. Louis, who ignited Cole Caufield's (shoulder) scoring touch last season.
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  • Canadiens' Denis Gurianov: Provides goal in loss Monday

    Gurianov contributed a power-play goal in Montreal's 8-4 loss to Colorado on Monday. Gurianov found the back of the net late in the second period, narrowing Colorado's lead to 6-2. It was his fifth goal and 13th point in 51 contests in 2022-23. Gurianov is on a three-game scoring streak, supplying two goals and three points in that span.
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  • Canadiens' Denis Gurianov: Tallies lone goal in loss

    Gurianov scored a goal on four shots and delivered two hits over 15:59 of ice time in Saturday's 3-1 loss to the Devils. Rem Pitlick picked Damon Severson's pocket on the forecheck and fed Gurianov, who finished with a one-timer past Akira Schmid. It was Gurianov's second goal in seven games since joining Montreal and second consecutive game with a point for Dallas' first-round pick in 2015. With several forwards still out due to injury, the Canadiens will give Gurianov ample TOI to provide the consistency that's eluded him.
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  • Canadiens' Denis Gurianov: Logs assist in loss

    Gurianov had an assist, two shots on goal and one hit over 12:53 of ice time in Thursday's 4-3 shootout loss to the Rangers. After a defensive zone turnover by the Rangers, Gurianov fed Kaiden Guhle for Montreal's first goal just 35 seconds into the contest. He's filling a role on the third line and has two points in six games since the Canadiens acquired him via trade. With news that the timelines of Brendan Gallagher (lower body) and Kirby Dach (lower body) were pushed out to later in the month, Gurianov will continue in a middle-six role.
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  • Canadiens' Denis Gurianov: Loses spot on top line

    Gurianov had two shots on goal and one blocked shot over 13:34 of ice time in Sunday's 4-3 loss to the Golden Knights. Gurianov opened the game on the top line, but by the end of the second period, he was replaced by Jesse Ylonen. The demotion came after his lackadaisical effort following a Vegas takeaway that resulted in their third goal. He didn't get on the ice over the final five minutes of the game. It was Gurianov's lowest TOI in four games since joining the Canadiens.
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  • Canadiens' Denis Gurianov: Scores first goal with new team

    Gurianov scored a goal on two shots and added two hits in Thursday's 3-2 loss to the Kings. Gurianov needed just two games to get his first goal with the Canadiens after he was dealt from the Stars earlier in the week. The 25-year-old winger has been given a look in a top-six role with his new team -- the pressure is significantly lower since the Habs aren't in the playoff race. He's at three goals, seven helpers, a minus-1 rating, 78 shots on net and 26 hits through 45 contests this season.
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  • Canadiens' Denis Gurianov: Makes Montreal debut

    Gurianov had six shots on goal and one hit over 17:02 of ice time in Tuesday's 3-1 win over the Sharks. This was Gurianov's first game since the Canadiens acquired the forward, and he was handed a plum assignment on a reconstituted top line with Nick Suzuki and Mike Hoffman. The 25-year-old led Montreal in shots and flashed evidence as to why the Stars selected him in the first round of the 2015 draft. He was on ice nearly five minutes more than his season average (12:08) in Dallas. Canadiens general manager Kent Hughes hopes to salvage value out of Gurianov much like he has with Kirby Dach (lower body), another first-rounder whose star has dimmed since being drafted in 2019.
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  • Canadiens' Denis Gurianov: Dealt to Canadiens

    Gurianov was traded by Dallas to Montreal on Sunday in exchange for Evgenii Dadonov. Gurianov has produced two goals and seven assists in 43 games this season. He has also been credited with 70 shots on net, 17 blocks and 23 hits. Gurianov will probably occupy a bottom-six forward spot with the Canadiens.
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  • Stars' Denis Gurianov: Hands out assist in loss

    Gurianov produced an assist and two shots on goal in Wednesday's 4-3 loss to the Blackhawks. Gurianov joined a rush and set up Jamie Benn's first-period tally. With the Stars going to an 11-forward, seven-defensemen lineup, Gurianov was bumped up to the third line. He snapped a five-game point drought, but he still hasn't scored since Dec. 10, a span of 21 contests in which he has four assists. The winger is at nine points, 69 shots on net, 22 hits, 17 blocked shots and a minus-2 rating through 42 appearances.
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  • Stars' Denis Gurianov: Puts up helper Monday

    Gurianov notched an assist and went plus-2 in Monday's 3-2 shootout win over the Ducks. Gurianov had a solid performance despite seeing a team-low 10:28 of ice time. The 25-year-old set up a Roope Hintz tally in the second period. Gurianov has three assists and 17 shots on net through 11 games since returning from a personal leave, though he's rarely seen much more than fourth-line minutes in that span. The winger has eight points, a minus-2 rating and 58 shots on net through 36 contests this season.
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  • Stars' Denis Gurianov: Snags assist in win

    Gurianov produced an assist, three shots on goal and a plus-2 rating in Saturday's 4-0 win over the Coyotes. Gurianov has managed two helpers over seven contests since returning from a personal leave. The 25-year-old looked good Saturday, but the quality of opponent has to be taken into account. He's at seven points, 51 shots on net and a minus-4 rating through 32 outings, mainly in a bottom-six role.
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  • Stars' Denis Gurianov: Grabs power-play helper Thursday

    Gurianov logged a power-play assist in Thursday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Rangers. This was Gurianov's second game back in the lineup following a personal leave of absence, though he was scratched for three contests before stepping in when Roope Hintz (upper body) got hurt. Gurianov has been limited to fourth-line duties upon his return, though it appears he's also in the mix for some power-play time. The inconsistent winger has six points, 43 shots on net and a minus-4 rating through 27 outings.
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  • Stars' Denis Gurianov: Not playing Wednesday

    Gurianov (not injury related) took the ice for warmups but is expected to be a healthy scratch for Wednesday's game versus the Ducks, per the NHL media site. Gurianov is still getting back up to speed after a nearly two-week absence from the Stars to attend to a personal matter. The 25-year-old's presence on the ice for warmups suggests he's good enough to play at this point. When he returns to the lineup is another matter -- the winger has just five points through 25 contests, so he may continue to sit for performance reasons while Fredrik Olofsson has found some success in a bottom-six role.
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  • Stars' Denis Gurianov: Back with Stars

    Gurianov (personal) is back with the Stars and skated on his own Monday, Dallas radio play-by-by announcer Owen Newkirk reports. Gurianov still needs some time to get back up to game speed, so consider him day-to-day for now. He probably won't be in the lineup for Tuesday's game against Los Angeles. Gurianov has five points in 25 contests this campaign.
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