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Feb 22, 2024 0 0 -1 2 -1
Feb 20, 2024 0 0 0 1
Feb 17, 2024 1 0 1 1 4.5
Feb 15, 2024 0 0 0 1
Feb 14, 2024 0 1 0 0 2

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2023 40.54.5 9 4 13 -6 12:42
2022 345.7 6 3 9 3 11:38
2021 0.50.2 7:20
3y Avg. 21.55.4 4 3 6 0 11:41
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  • Panthers' Kevin Stenlund: Won't play Saturday

    Stenlund (illness) won't play Saturday against Washington, per Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site. With Stenlund and Matthew Tkachuk (undisclosed) unavailable to play, William Lockwood and Steven Lorentz will suit up versus the Capitals. The 27-year-old Stenlund has nine goals, 13 points, 60 shots on net and 57 hits in 57 outings this campaign.
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  • Panthers' Kevin Stenlund: Game-time decision Saturday

    Per Katie Engleson of Bally Sports Florida, Stenlund (illness) didn't participate in morning practice and will be a game-time decision versus Washington on Saturday, according to coach Paul Maurice. Stenlund has earned new personal bests this season with nine goals and 13 points through 57 games. If Stenlund sits out Saturday's contest, Steven Lorentz will probably play on the fourth line.
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  • Panthers' Kevin Stenlund: Adds goal in rout

    Stenlund brushed twine in Saturday's 8-4 win over the Avalanche. Stenlund delivered a nasty backhand off a faceoff for his seventh goal of the season. This is a career-high mark for the Swede, who is in his sixth year at hockey's highest level. A fourth-line contributor, Stenlund can become an unrestricted free agent in the summer. He's added two assists, 24 blocked shots and 28 hits while appearing in every contest (so far) in 2023-24.
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  • Panthers' Kevin Stenlund: Three-point effort against Oilers

    Stenlund produced the game-winning goal along with two assists in Monday's 5-3 win over Edmonton. The 27-year-old picked up a loose puck in the Oilers zone midway through the second period and quickly flipped it toward the net, and Calvin Pickard couldn't get back in position in time. It's the first multi-point performance of the season for Stenlund, while the helpers were also his first of 2023-24. The bottom-six center is already nearing career-scoring highs with five goals and seven points through his first 18 games as a Panther.
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  • Panthers' Kevin Stenlund: Nets game-winner Tuesday

    Stenlund scored a goal in Tuesday's 5-3 win over the Sharks. Stenlund's tally at 11:09 of the third period stood as the game-winner. The 27-year-old has scored twice over his last three contests, the second time he's had such a stretch this season. He's at four goals, no assists, 16 shots on net, 12 hits, 12 blocked shots and a minus-1 rating through 15 appearances. While he doesn't have a lot of offense, Stenlund has maintained a steady spot in the Panthers' lineup on the fourth line.
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  • Panthers' Kevin Stenlund: Bound for Sunshine State

    Stenlund signed a one-year, $1 million deal with the Panthers on Saturday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports. In 54 games with the Jets last season, Stenlund garnered six goals and three assists, including a pair of shorthanded tallies. While the 26-year-old Swede will likely see minutes with the penalty kill for Florida, he won't offer significant value for fantasy players given his limited offensive upside and lack of hits or blocks.
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  • Kevin Stenlund: Not given qualifying offer

    Stenlund didn't receive a qualifying offer from the Jets on Friday and will become an unrestricted free agent. Stenlund tallied six goals and added three assists in 54 NHL games in 2022-23. The 26-year-old should find another NHL home as a depth forward.
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  • Jets' Kevin Stenlund: Scores in Thursday's loss

    Stenlund scored a goal and added two hits in Thursday's 5-2 loss to the Golden Knights in Game 2. Stenlund ultimately didn't miss time after leaving the Jets' regular-season finale with a lower-body injury. He's operated as the fourth-line center through two playoff contests, picking up a goal, two shots on net, two hits and two blocked shots. The 26-year-old shouldn't be expected to generate much offense in that kind of role.
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  • Jets' Kevin Stenlund: Set to play

    Stenlund (lower body) is expected to be in the lineup for Tuesday's Game 1 versus the Golden Knights, Murat Ares of The Athletic reports. Stenlund took line rushes in his usual fourth-line center spot, flanked by David Gustafsson and Saku Maenalanen. It appears Stenlund won't miss any games with the lower-body injury he suffered in the regular-season finale.
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  • Jets' Kevin Stenlund: Remains game-time decision

    Stenlund (lower body) will be a game-time decision for Game 1 against Vegas on Tuesday, Mitchell Clinton of the Jets' official site reports. As expected, Stenlund took part in Winnipeg's optional morning skate Tuesday ahead of the team's playoff opener. He chipped in nine points and 63 shots on goal over 54 games during the regular season. If Stenlund is unavailable, David Gustafsson is projected to center the fourth line in Game 1.
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  • Jets' Kevin Stenlund: Doubtful for Game 1

    Stenlund (lower body) is doubtful for Game 1 versus Vegas on Tuesday, John Lu of TSN reports. Stenlund hasn't been on the ice since suffering an injury in Thursday's regular-season finale. He is considered day-to-day. The 26-year-old forward registered nine points and 63 shots on goal in 54 games during the 2022-23 campaign. If Stenlund can't play Tuesday, David Gustafsson is projected to fill in on Winnipeg's fourth line.
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  • Jets' Kevin Stenlund: Day-to-day

    Per Mitchell Clinton of the Jets' official site, Stenlund (lower body) remains day-to-day, according to coach Rick Bowness. Stenlund suffered the injury in Thursday's game versus the Avalanche. He had six goals and nine points in 54 games this season and will hope to heal up before Game 1 versus Vegas on Tuesday.
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  • Jets' Kevin Stenlund: Scores twice in loss to Kings

    Stenlund netted two goals in the Jets' 6-5 shootout loss to the Kings on Tuesday. Stenlund scored twice within the span of 6:26 during the second period, and his second marker extended Winnipeg's lead to 5-3. He has five goals and seven points in 33 contests this season. Stenlund's two goals Tuesday brought his 12-game scoring drought to an end.
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  • Jets' Kevin Stenlund: Nets third goal of season

    Stenlund found the back of the net in the Jets' 5-3 win against Philadelphia on Sunday. Stenlund has three goals and five points in 20 contests this season. He was held off the scoresheet in his previous six games. The fact that the 26-year-old's offensive contributions are infrequent isn't surprising given that he entered the game averaging just 12:50 of ice time in 2022-23.
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  • Jets' Kevin Stenlund: Good to play vs. Sabres

    Stenlund (illness) will return Thursday versus Buffalo, Scott Billeck of the Winnipeg Sun reports. Stenlund missed Tuesday's 7-5 loss to Detroit because of the illness. He has two goals and four points in 13 contests while averaging 13:32 of ice time this season. Stenlund's projected to play on the fourth line with Axel Jonsson-Fjallby and Sam Gagner in his return.
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  • Jets' Kevin Stenlund: Won't play Tuesday

    Stenlund (illness) won't play Tuesday against Detroit, Ken Wiebe of Sportsnet reports. Stenlund has chipped in four points, 19 shots on goal and six blocks in 13 games this season. He will be replaced in the lineup by David Gustafsson, who will center the fourth line.
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  • Jets' Kevin Stenlund: Questionable Tuesday

    Stenlund is dealing with an illness and will consequently be a game-time decision Tuesday versus Detroit, Ken Wiebe of Sportsnet reports. Stenlund has two goals and four points in 13 games this season. If he can't play Tuesday, then David Gustafsson is projected to draw into the lineup after being a healthy scratch for two straight contests.
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  • Jets' Kevin Stenlund: Collects first marker this season

    Stenlund scored a goal during a 5-1 win over the visiting Senators on Tuesday. Stenlund notched his first tally in five games this season to open Tuesday's scoring. The 2015 second-round draft pick batted his own mid-air rebound over the glove of goalie Cam Talbot, securing his first NHL marker since March 18, 2021. Centering the fourth line, Stenlund finished with two shots during 11:42 of ice time, including 57 seconds on the power play.
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  • Jets' Kevin Stenlund: Called up from minors

    Stenlund was elevated from AHL Manitoba on Tuesday. Stenlund has yet to make an appearance for the Jets this season after signing a one-year deal with the club in the summer. With the Moose, the center has been highly productive with 14 points in 19 contests to open the campaign. If Stenlund does get into the lineup against the Golden Knights on Tuesday, it would likely be at the expense of Sam Gagner.
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  • Jets' Kevin Stenlund: Returns to AHL

    Stenlund was reassigned to AHL Manitoba on Monday. Stenlund was a healthy scratch for Sunday's game against Washington following his recall from the minors. He has four goals and 14 points in 19 AHL contests this campaign.
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