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Lightning's Brandon Hagel: Gathers helper in loss
Hagel notched an assist, four shots on goal and two hits in Tuesday's 3-1 loss to the Coyotes.
Hagel has been solid lately with three goals and five assists over his last seven games. The winger is up to 23 points, 57 shots on net, 13 blocked shots, 11 hits, 22 PIM and a plus-1 rating through 23 contests. He should continue to put up strong scoring numbers as long as he remains in a top-line role, though that could change in the near future since the Lightning have been held under three goals in three of their last four games.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Brandon Hagel: Registers three points in road win
Hagel scored a goal with two assists in Friday's 8-2 road win against the Hurricanes.
One of his helpers came on the power play. Hagel was good for a plus-2 rating with a shot on goal and a blocked shot in 17:26 of ice time across 26 shifts. He has managed two goals and six points with a plus-4 rating during his three-game point streak. He'll look to push his point streak to four games on Monday night on the road against the Avalanche.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Brandon Hagel: Plays hero in OT win
Hagel scored the overtime winner and added an assist in Monday's 5-4 victory over the Bruins.
The 25-year-old winger helped set up Steven Stamkos for the tying goal with just five seconds left in the third period, but Hagel saved his best work for OT -- he came over the boards and split the defense for a clear break on Jeremy Swayman thanks to a slick pass from Victor Hedman, then went five-hole on the Boston goalie. Hagel is enjoying the best start of his NHL career -- through 19 games he's already piled up nine goals and 18 points -- with little of that production (only three helpers) coming on the power play.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Brandon Hagel: Provides two points Monday
Hagel supplied a goal and an assist in Tampa Bay's 6-5 overtime loss to Toronto on Monday.
Hagel snapped a two-game scoring drought -- his longest of the campaign. He's up to seven goals and 12 points in 12 outings this year. Hagel's serving in a top-six capacity, but he entered Monday's action averaging just 1:14 of ice time with the man advantage. Unless he finds a way onto the top power-play unit, it will be difficult for the 25-year-old to maintain his current scoring pace.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Brandon Hagel: Great start continues Monday
Hagel had a goal and an assist in Tampa Bay's 4-3 overtime loss to Seattle on Monday.
Hagel found the back of the net at 14:32 of the third period to tie the contest at 3-3. That brings him up to six goals and 10 points in nine appearances this year. Hagel broke out last season with career highs of 30 goals and 64 points in 81 outings for Tampa Bay. Although the 25-year-old's campaign likely won't go quite as smoothly as his start, by the end of 2023-24, it wouldn't be surprising to see him once again surpass the 60-point milestone.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Brandon Hagel: Scores twice to force OT
Hagel tallied a pair of goals in Tuesday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Sabres.
Hagel was responsible for all of Tampa Bay's offense Tuesday, getting the Lightning on the board with a goal midway through the second period before burying a loose puck to tie the game with just seven seconds remaining in the third. The 25-year-old has gotten off to a blazing start this season, tallying four goals and five points through his first four games while filling in for the injured Steven Stamkos (lower body) on Tampa's top line alongside Brayden Point and Nikita Kucherov.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Brandon Hagel: Two points in loss
Hagel earned a goal and an assist in Saturday's 6-4 loss to the Red Wings.
Hagel exploded onto the scene in his first full season with the Bolts, adding 30 goals and 34 assists through 81 games as part of the 2022-23 campaign. The breakout helped Hagel net an eight-year, $52 million contract in August, and he seems primed to set the bar even higher in his age-25 season. Hagel has two goals and an assist through his first two games and will look to keep rolling Sunday against host Ottawa.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Brandon Hagel: Inks eight-year extension
Hagel signed an eight-year, $52 million contract extension with Tampa Bay on Tuesday.
Hagel will have a cap hit of $1.5 million this season before his average annual value jumps to $6.5 million through the 2031-32 campaign. He set career highs last year in goals (30), assists (34), points (64), shots on goal (178), blocked shots (58) and hits (68) over 81 games. The 24-year-old forward has been a good fit in Tampa Bay's top-six forward group, and he could see an increase in power-play time during the 2023-24 season.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Brandon Hagel: GM looking to extend contract
Lightning general manager Julien Brisbois has confirmed there will be conversations regarding a new contract for Hagel this summer, reports NHL.com.
Hagel has one year left on his current deal. Hagel had a career-high 64 points, including 30 goals, in 81 games this season and is a key part of the Lightning's top six.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Brandon Hagel: Point-per-game pace in playoffs
Hagel picked up an assist Monday in a 5-4 overtime loss to Toronto in Game 4.
He missed a penalty shot at 7:45 of the first period after getting tripped by Morgan Rielly. But he later picked up a primary helper on Alex Killorn's second goal of the night, which made the score 4-1. Hagel's big offensive leap forward this season is reflected in his point-per-game pace in the postseason (one goal, three assists; four contests played).... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Brandon Hagel: Two points in loss
Hagel scored a goal and added an assist in a 4-3 overtime loss to the Maple Leafs on Saturday in Game 3.
Hagel tied the game 2-2 in the last minute of the first period. His shot from the bottom of the right circle hit T.J. Brodie's stick and deflected through Ilya Samsonov's legs and in. The goal was Hagel's first this postseason after potting 30 in the regular season.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Brandon Hagel: First 30 goal season
Hagel scored a goal and added an assist in a 5-0 win over Detroit on Thursday.
He scored the goal in the third past a lunging Ville Husso after the puck popped out to Hagel near the bottom of the left circle. Hagel took a giant leap forward this season while playing in the Lightning's top six, delivering 30 goals and 64 points in 81 games, both career marks.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Brandon Hagel: Will face Senators
Hagel will play in Saturday's contest against Ottawa, according to Gabby Shirley of Bally Sports Florida.
Hagel was unavailable for Thursday's 6-1 loss to the Islanders. He has 28 goals and 61 points in 78 appearances this season. Before getting hurt, Hagel endured a seven-game scoring drought from March 19-April 1, but he ended that slump by providing a goal and an assist in Wednesday's 6-3 loss to the Rangers.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Brandon Hagel: Unavailable Thursday
Hagel (lower body) won't play Thursday versus the Islanders, Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site reports.
Hagel had two points in Wednesday's loss to the Rangers, so it's unclear when the injury occurred. The Lightning may just be exercising caution with one of their top-six wingers. More information on Hagel should be available before Saturday's game in Ottawa.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Brandon Hagel: Two-point night in loss
Hagel had a goal and an assist in Wednesday's 6-3 loss to the Rangers.
Hagel was originally credited with Tampa Bay's second goal, but he later had to settle for an assist, as it was determined that the puck hit the stick of Rangers defenseman Braden Schneider rather than Hagel. Later in the second period, Hagel got his 28th goal of the season by following up Anthony Cirelli's breakaway. His rebound attempt was juggled by Igor Shesterkin, and a review determined that the puck crossed the goal line during that sequence. Hagel's 28 goals and 61 points are both career highs, though he had been held without a point for seven consecutive games prior to this one.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Brandon Hagel: Hats off in win
Hagel earned a hat trick Saturday in a 5-3 win over Montreal. It was the second of his NHL career and first with Tampa Bay.
He was all over the ice, firing seven shots in 19:20 of ice time. Hagel's first goal came early in the second when he put in a rebound off the boards on a Nikita Kucherov shot that had missed the net. His second stood as the winner -- he redirected a Mikhail Sergachev point shot past Sam Montembeault at 5:58 of the third. Hagel completed the hattie with an empty-net snipe in the final minute of the game. He continues to pad his career totals and has 27 goals (59 points) in 70 games.... See More ... See Less
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