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Jan 26, 2023 0 1 -1 1 1
Jan 5, 2023 0 0 0 0
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Dec 31, 2022 0 1 0 2
Dec 29, 2022 0 0 -1 1

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2022 11.55.8 2 4 6 -4 11:52
2021
2019 24.56.1 4 8 12 -9 11:58
3y Avg. 8.258.3 1 3 4 -2 11:43
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  • Avalanche's Denis Malgin: Grabs helper in return

    Malgin logged an assist in Thursday's 5-3 loss to the Ducks. Malgin missed nine games with an upper-body injury prior to his return Thursday. He was eased back into the lineup, playing on the fourth line and seeing just 8:03 of ice time. The 26-year-old was logging middle-six minutes prior to his injury, but it may be tough for him to regain that role after the Avalanche acquired Matt Nieto in a trade with the Sharks on Wednesday. Malgin is at six points, 60 shots on net, 40 hits and a minus-4 rating through 31 outings between the Avalanche and the Maple Leafs this season.
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  • Avalanche's Denis Malgin: Playing against Ducks

    Malgin (upper body) will be in action versus Anaheim on Thursday, Marc Moser of Altitude Sports 950 reports and has been activated off IR per the NHL media site. Malgin's return comes just in time as the team will be without Valeri Nichushkin (upper body). Considering Malgin has just one point in his last 19 outings, fantasy players shouldn't be expecting him to produce in the offensive end.
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  • Avalanche's Denis Malgin: Wears non-contact jersey

    Malgin (upper body) participated in a portion of Monday's practice in a non-contact jersey, Evan Rawal of Colorado Hockey Now reports. Malgin joined his teammates for about 30 minutes. It looks like he'll be part of a wave of injured players that could be available following the All-Star break.
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  • Avalanche's Denis Malgin: Not close to returning

    According to coach Jared Bednar, Malgin (upper body) is "a ways out" from returning, Brennan Vogt of Full Press Hockey reports. It wouldn't be surprising to see Malgin remain on the shelf until after the All-Star break. The 25-year-old forward has collected five points through 30 games split between the Maple Leafs and the Avalanche this season.
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  • Avalanche's Denis Malgin: Placed on injured reserve

    Malgin (upper body) has been placed on injured reserve, according to CapFriendly. Malgin has missed the last three games and will be eligible to return when healthy, as the move was retroactive to Jan. 5. Malgin has one assist in seven games with Colorado after being acquired from Toronto, where he had two goals and four points in 23 games.
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  • Avalanche's Denis Malgin: Is week-to-week

    Malgin (upper body) was called "week-to-week" by Avalanche coach Jared Bednar, Kyle Fredrickson of The Denver Gazette reports. Malgin left Thursday's game against Vancouver because of the injury and then missed Saturday's contest versus Edmonton. He has two goals and five points in 30 contests this season. When Malgin's healthy enough to return, he'll likely resume serving in a bottom-six capacity.
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  • Avalanche's Denis Malgin: Will miss Saturday's contest

    Malgin (upper body) isn't expected to play Saturday versus Edmonton, according to Brennan Vogt of Colorado Hockey Now. Malgin left Thursday's game against Vancouver because of the injury and then missed Saturday's practice. He has two goals and five points in 30 contests this season. Evan Rodrigues, who missed Colorado's previous two games because of an upper-body injury, will draw back into the lineup.
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  • Avalanche's Denis Malgin: Not at practice Saturday

    Malgin (upper body) was not at practice Saturday, Avalanche play-by-play announcer Conor McGahey reports. Malgin managed only a pair of shifts Thursday versus the Canucks before leaving the game early in the first period. He has two goals and five points in 30 games this season, split between Toronto and Colorado. Malgin is doubtful for Saturday's clash with Edmonton.
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  • Avalanche's Denis Malgin: Departs with upper-body injury

    Malgin left Thursday's game versus the Canucks with an upper-body injury, Brennan Vogt of Colorado Hockey Now reports. Malgin logged just two shifts in the contest prior to his exit. With the Avalanche already using a defenseman as a forward in this contest, they can't really afford another absence up front. Malgin has one assist through seven appearances with the Avalanche this season, and his status should be updated prior to Saturday's game in Edmonton.
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  • Avalanche's Denis Malgin: Works for assist Saturday

    Malgin had an assist and two shots on goal over 11:24 of ice time in Saturday's 6-2 loss to the Maple Leafs. Malgin held the puck, working away from multiple defenders, before sending it toward the net where Devon Toews beat Matt Murray on a deflection. He's shown patience and an ability to maintain possession since arriving from Toronto, which could help as a bottom-six forward; however, Malgin had a costly giveaway that led to an Auston Matthews score.
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  • Avalanche's Denis Malgin: Used on power play

    Malgin had three shots on goal over 17:22 of ice time in Friday's 3-2 overtime win over Nashville. In Malgin's second game with Colorado, the former Maple Leaf skated 1:26 with the second power-play unit. He's skated on the third line in both of his Avalanche games while averaging 16:52 TOI, which is over five minutes more than he was getting in Toronto.
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  • Avalanche's Denis Malgin: Makes Avalanche debut

    Malgin logged 16:21 of ice time in Colorado's 2-1 overtime win against Montreal on Wednesday. Malgin had a minus-1 rating, two PIM, three shots and three hits in the contest. He was making his Avalanche debut after Colorado acquired him from Toronto on Monday. He averaged just 11:37 of ice time in 23 contests with the Maple Leafs, but it looks like the 25-year-old might play a bigger role with the Avalanche.
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  • Avalanche's Denis Malgin: Unavailable Monday

    Malgin won't be available to play until he gets a work visa, Ryan Boulding of NHL.com reports. Malgin was acquired from Toronto on Monday in exchange for Dryden Hunt. The Avalanche plan to use him as a winger once he has the green light to play.
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  • Avalanche's Denis Malgin: Acquired in swap

    Malgin was traded to Colorado from Toronto on Monday in exchange for Dryden Hunt. Malgin has played in 23 games for the Leafs this season in which he generated two goals on 46 shots, two assists and 28 hits while averaging 11:37 of ice time. The one-for-one trade should give both players a new lease on life with a chance to impress their new clubs before heading to free agency in the offseason.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Producing in limited role

    Malgin recorded an assist in Friday's 4-2 loss to the Penguins. Malgin has been highly productive on the fourth line, adding two goals, two assists and a plus-5 rating through 11 games. Here's a guy averaging only 11:13 of ice time but seemingly making the most of his opportunities.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Scores second goal of season

    Malgin contributed a goal in a 4-3 overtime loss to Anaheim on Sunday. William Nylander fed the puck to Malgin, who found himself alone against goaltender John Gibson. Malgin was able to beat Gibson with a backhander for his second goal and point in six games this season. Nick Robertson also registered an assist on the play. Malgin has been a frequent scratch early in the season, as this was just his second time seeing the ice in the past six contests.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Shuffled off second line

    Malgin will be replaced on the second line by Nick Robertson, reports Jonas Siegel of The Athletic. Malgin scored a goal in his first game with the Leafs, but saw his ice time plummet to 8:44 on Monday against the Coyotes. It remains to be seen if Malgin will end up in the press box or on a lower line.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Scores go-ahead goal

    Malgin scored to briefly put the Maple Leafs in the lead, but the Canadiens rallied to earn a 4-3 win on Wednesday. Malgin, appearing in his first NHL game since 2019-20, continues to score key goals. The 25-year-old center scored at 9:06 of the second period, which provided the Maple Leafs with a short-lived lead. He tends to score big goals when he gets into the NHL lineup. During Malgin's second season (2018-19), 10 of his 11 goals either pulled the Panthers even or gave them the lead. The trouble for fantasy owners is that Malgin only has 29 tallies in 193 career games.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Makes emphatic case for roster spot

    Malgin scored the game-winning goal Saturday in a 5-1 preseason win over the Red Wings. He has stated his case for a spot on the Opening Night roster. Malgin had four goals and four assists in six preseason contests and his goal Saturday night was called "crispy" by teammate Auston Matthews. Malgin turned the Wings' defender inside-out before beating Jussi Olkinuora glove side midway through the second. On Sunday, the Leafs waived several players ostensibly to make room for the tiny talent on their roster come Wednesday. Malgin won't put up points like he did in the preseason, but he does have some pedigree and should chip in offensively on the Leafs' third line.
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  • Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Coach impressed with play at camp

    Malgin has impressed coach Sheldon Keefe early in training camp, reports TSN.ca. Keefe likes Malgin's hunger and competitiveness away from the puck, especially in pursuit of the disc. The five-foot-nine forward is crafty with the puck once he has it -- he delivered 21 goals and 52 points in 48 games last season with Zurich in the Swiss League. Stronger two-way play is key to earning a spot on the lower lines in Toronto.
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