Last Game
Fri, Apr 29
vs Nashville Predators (45-30-7)
  • Gila River Arena
4
Final
5

Western Central Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
56-19-7 119
53-22-7 113
49-22-11 109
46-30-6 98
45-30-7 97
39-32-11 89
28-42-12 68
25-50-7 57

2021 Stats

STATS A
Assists
P
Points
+/-
Plus-Minus Goals Scored For or Against Total
TOI/G
Time On Ice Per Game
PM
Penalty Minutes
Regular Season 0 0 -6 17:45 0

Top Conor Timmins News

  • Coyotes' Conor Timmins: Undergoes successful surgery

    Timmins underwent successful knee surgery and will miss the remainder of the 2021-22 campaign.

    Timmins will set his sights on making a full recovery in time for next season's training camp. The 23-year-old blueliner went scoreless while posting a minus-6 rating through six games prior to suffering his knee injury.

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  • Coyotes' Conor Timmins: Done for season

    Timmins will miss the remainder of the 2021-22 season due to a knee injury, Arizona Coyotes Insider Craig Morgan reports.

    Timmins was previously expected to be sidelined for 8-12 weeks, but it seems the blueliner will be unable to return to action this year. The 23-year-old Ontario native missed significant time due to concussion issues in the past. Prior to getting hurt, Timmins registered nine blocks, seven hits and five shots while averaging 17:45 of ice time.

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  • Coyotes' Conor Timmins: Facing long-term absence

    Timmins could miss 8-12 weeks with a lower-body injury, Arizona Coyotes Insider Craig Morgan reports.

    This news suggests Timmins will likely need to wait for the calendar to flip to 2022 before being cleared to rejoin the lineup. The 23-year-old defender has gone scoreless while averaging 17:45 of ice time per contest through six games this campaign. With Timmins on the shelf long term, look for Victor Soderstrom and Dysin Mayo to take on larger roles.

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  • Coyotes' Conor Timmins: Leaves Monday's game

    Timmins (lower body) left Monday's game against the Panthers and will not return, Arizona Coyotes Insider Craig Morgan reports.

    Timmins saw 10:05 of ice time before leaving Monday's game during the second period. An update on his status should be available before Thursday's game in Tampa Bay.

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  • Coyotes' Conor Timmins: Snags two-year deal

    Timmins signed a two-year, $1.7 million contract with Arizona on Friday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.

    Timmins -- who was acquired in the deal that sent Darcy Kuemper to Colorado -- is still looking for his first NHL goal despite playing in 31 games for the Avs last year. The blueliner did manage to secure seven assists, 18 hits and 31 shots in those appearances while averaging 13:33 of ice time. Timmins may have to settle for being a healthy scratch from time to time this year.

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  • Coyotes' Conor Timmins: Shipped to Arizona

    Timmins, along with a 2022 first-round pick and a conditional 2024 third-round pick, was traded from the Avalanche to the Coyotes in exchange for Darcy Kuemper on Wednesday, Mike Chambers of The Denver Post reports.

    Timmins would have had a tough time earning playing time with the Avalanche in 2021-22, as Cale Makar, Samuel Girard and Bowen Byram were among the team's impressive blue line depth. Instead, the 22-year-old Timmins should take on a noticeable role with the Coyotes, and he could be a large part of their upcoming rebuild. The second-round pick from 2017 had seven assists in 31 appearances last season while mostly being limited to third-pairing usage.

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  • Avalanche's Conor Timmins: Shakes off ankle injury

    Timmins had one shot on net over 8:44 of ice time in Colorado's 4-1 win over St. Louis in Game 1 of their playoff series Monday.

    Timmins shook off an ankle injury suffered late in the regular season and skated on the third pair.

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  • Avalanche's Conor Timmins: Expected to play in Game 1

    Timmins (ankle) is in Colorado's projected lineup for Monday's Game 1 against the Blues, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports.

    Timmins seems to be over the ankle injury he suffered late in the regular season. He's expected to skate in a third-pairing role and is yet to score a goal at the NHL level, so Timmins' availability shouldn't be of much concern in fantasy playoff pools.

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  • Avalanche's Conor Timmins: Dealing with ankle issue

    Timmins didn't play in the third period of Thursday's 5-1 win over Los Angeles after blocking a shot with his ankle earlier in the contest, Adrian Dater of ColoradoHockeyNow.com reports.

    Timmins' injury isn't believed to be serious, but at this point it isn't clear if he'll be available for Monday's Game 1 versus St. Louis. Either way, he's only picked up seven helpers through 31 games this campaign, so he won't garner much attention in playoff pools.

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  • Avalanche's Conor Timmins: Records two assists

    Timmins notched two assists, a plus-3 rating and two shots on goal in Thursday's 5-1 win over the Kings.

    Timmins helped out on the second of Tyson Jost's two goals and a Joonas Donskoi tally, both in the second period. The 22-year-old Timmins has shown a bit more confidence since he was recalled from AHL Colorado on April 13. He's picked up seven helpers in 14 games since that date, which accounts for all of his offense in 31 appearances this year.

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  • Avalanche's Conor Timmins: Notches helper Monday

    Timmins put up an assist and two hits in Monday's 2-1 win over the Golden Knights.

    Timmins helped out on J.T. Compher's game-winning goal in the third period. The 22-year-old Timmins has provided five helpers, 29 shots on net, 20 blocked shots and 18 hits in 29 games. He's mostly seen bottom-four minutes in a part-time role.

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  • Avalanche's Conor Timmins: Collects assist in loss

    Timmins notched an assist and three shots on goal in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Sharks.

    Timmins earned the secondary helper on Andre Burakovsky's goal in the second period. The 22-year-old Timmins has appeared in nine straight games, earning four assists in that span. That accounts for all of the young blueliner's offense through 26 contests this season.

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  • Avalanche's Conor Timmins: Demoted to minors

    Timmins was reassigned to AHL Colorado on Monday, Adrian Dater of ColoradoHockeyNow.com reports.

    Timmins missed the entirety of the 2018-19 campaign due to a concussion, but was able to secure a spot on the 23-man roster to start the year. The youngster averaged just 10:25 of ice time through the first two games, which is why the club wants him with the Eagles. The Ontario native should log closer to 20 minutes per game in the minors and figures to remain atop the list of potential call-ups throughout the season.

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  • Avalanche's Conor Timmins: Makes final roster

    Timmins was not one of the final players reassigned to the AHL, which means he will begin the 2019-20 season with the Avalanche, Adrian Dater of ColoradoHockeyNow.com reports.

    The Avalanche reassigned Kevin Connauton and Calle Rosen to make room for Timmins on the blue line, which is certainly surprising. Timmins will likely make his NHL debut as a third-pairing defenseman against the Flames on Thursday. He didn't play at all last season because of a concussion, but in 2017-18, Timmins posted eight goals with 41 points in 36 OHL contests.

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  • Avalanche's Conor Timmins: Headed for minors

    Timmins (concussion) will join AHL Colorado to continue his recovery, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.

    While Timmins has been skating with the team lately, his demotion to the minors should be considered a step in the right direction. When he might dress for the Eagles remains to be seen, but if he can get his legs back under him quickly, he could still earn a call-up at some point this season.

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  • Avalanche's Conor Timmins: Skating with training staff

    Timmins (concussion) is back in Colorado getting some work in with the coaching staff ahead of Friday's practice, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.

    While Timmins is still dealing with concussion-like symptoms, it's a step forward that he is back with the team after having been sent home in October to recover there. Once given the green light, the blueliner will almost certainly be sent down to the minors, rather than occupy a spot on the 23-man roster once taken off non-roster injured reserve.

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  • Avalanche's Conor Timmins: Sent home for recovery

    Timmins (concussion) will not join the Avalanche on their upcoming four game road trip, Mike Chambers of The Denver Post reports.

    Timmins' injury is not progressing as well as the team had hoped, so he's been ruled out until Oct. 24 at the very least. The exciting prospect should be ready to make his NHL debut once healthy, but recovery timetables for concussions are never easy to pinpoint.

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  • Avalanche's Conor Timmins: Lands on non-roster IR

    Timmins (concussion) was placed on non-roster injured reserve Tuesday, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.

    Timmins is week-to-week with his injury, with his IR placement clearing a roster spot for the Avalanche ahead of Thursday's season home opener versus the Wild. The Ontario native delivered 19 goals and 96 assists over 163 games for the OHL's Greyhounds between 2015-18.

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  • Avalanche's Conor Timmins: Week-to-week due to concussion

    Timmins (concussion) is considered week-to-week, which could see him miss the bulk of training camp, Mike Chambers of The Denver Post reports.

    Given the organization's depth on the blue line, Timmins was a longshot to make the Opening Night roster, but an extended absence all but guarantees the Ontario native will find himself playing either back with his junior team or with newly formed AHL Colorado this season.

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  • Avalanche's Conor Timmins: Takes big step in recovery

    Timmins (concussion) skated Friday to supplement passing and shooting drills, The Hockey Writers reports.

    Timmins appears to be getting some extra work in ahead of training camp, which isn't a bad idea for a young player coming off a significant injury. Turning 20 years old Sept. 18, Timmins will look to take the next leap forward in his development after spending three seasons with the OHL's Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, with whom he's added 19 goals and 96 assists over 163 games. He was Colorado's 2017 second-round (32nd overall) draft choice, so it would be prudent to keep tabs on the Canadian defenseman in dynasty formats.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 202 lbs
Birthplace: St. Catharines, ON
Age: 23
Experience: 2
Shoots: Right