Stralman has been cold offensively lately and is pointless over his last 10 games. Florida is 4-4-2 over that span.
Despite the lack of scoring, the veteran blueliner and first-year Panther is still contributing in other ways with nine hits and 13 blocked shots over the same 10-game span. With 96 blocks on the year, Stralman is only four away from his career high set two years ago in Tampa Bay and has averaged a hearty 21:04 of ice time. Stralman is second on the team in both categories behind Noel Acciari (103 blocks) and Aaron Ekblad (22:59).
Stralman scored the game-winning goal in Monday's 5-3 victory over the Sharks.
The blueliner was the trailer on a rush led by Jonathan Huberdeau, and Stralman made no mistake when Huberdeau found him in the slot, ringing the puck in off the post in the top corner. Stralman had only two points, both assists, in his prior 18 games, and on the season the 33-year-old has a modest five goals and 19 points through 59 contests.
Stralman dished an assist and two hits in Monday's 5-4 win over the Wild.
Stralman set up Vincent Trocheck's goal at 15:52 of the third period. The helper snapped a seven-game drought for the Swedish blueliner, who now has 17 points in 48 games. That's a near-identical line to his production from last year -- Stralman has a good chance to surpass 20 points for the first time since 2016-17. He's added 68 blocked shots, 50 hits and 64 shots on goal this season.
Stralman collected two assists to go with four shots and a plus-2 rating in Thursday's 6-3 win over Ottawa.
Stralman drew the secondary assists on goals by Noel Acciari and Jonathan Huberdeau (EN), giving him points in four straight games (one goal, four assists). The 33-year-old veteran has four goals and 16 points in 40 games and is gunning for the 30-point mark for the first time since 2015-16.
Stralman collected an assist in a team-high 24:41 in ice time in a 6-5 win over the Canadiens on Sunday.
Stralman averages around 21 minutes of ice time but saw it jump with the Panthers taking four minor penalties. The pairing of Stralman and Riley Stillman saw 3:47 each shorthanded.
Stralman scored his third goal of the season in a 7-4 win over the Stars on Friday.
Stralman's shot from the point was sailing far wide of the net when it bounced off the skate of Dallas' Roope Hintz and found the back of the net. The Swedish defenseman has three goals and 11 points with a minus-9 rating in 34 games.
Stralman tallied a shot, two hits and two blocks in Thursday's 3-1 loss to the Islanders.
Despite being on pace for his best season offensively since 2015, Stralman has stayed relatively quiet with the Panthers. The 33-year-old veteran has two goals and 10 points with a minus-8 rating in 31 games.
Stralman scored twice Saturday in a 3-0 win over Nashville. The first stood up as the winner.
They're his first goals of the season. Stralman is headed for his first 30-plus point season since 2015-16. But he's not getting power-play time, so that limits his value, even in deep formats.
Stralman collected an assist in a 5-4 overtime win against the Ducks on Thursday.
That is Stralman's seventh helper of the season through 22 games. The 33-year-old was brought in by the Panthers to provide stability on the back end, but he's been pretty mediocre defensively thus far, posting a minus-7 rating on the year.
Stralman picked up an assist in Thursday's 5-4 overtime loss to Washington.
Stralman slapped a shot toward the goal from the blue line that got tipped in by Brett Connolly for the Panthers' second goal of the game. The 33-year-old has helpers in back-to-back games and six total on the season. He also threw two hits and blocked a shot while leading the Cats with 23:08 in ice time in the loss.
Stralman blocked four shots in Sunday's 6-2 win over the Oilers.
That's not unusual for Stralman, who has 772 blocks during his 760-game NHL career. He had three games last season where he recorded four blocks, and is currently leading the Panthers with 20.
Stralman had two assists and three shots with a plus-3 rating in Friday's 5-4 overtime loss to Colorado.
It was the first multi-point game since last February for Stralman, who isn't much of an offensive defenseman these days. The 33-year-old still logs enough ice time to be able to chip in on occasion, but he's failed to reach the 20-point plateau in each of the last two seasons.
Stralman picked up an assist, three shots, two hits and three blocks in a 3-2 shootout loss to the Islanders on Saturday.
The veteran defender was active on the scoresheet despite the loss. Last season Stralman 17 points despite only suiting up for 47 games, although you shouldn't expect much offense from the 33-year-old at this point in his career.
Stralman blocked two shots in 17:24 of ice time in Tuesday's 6-3 loss to the Hurricanes.
He was one of only four Panthers skaters to not end the night with a negative plus-minus. Stralman has yet to record a point for the Cats.
Stralman (lower body) is healthy and skating at training camp, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Stralman missed 35 games last season, including sitting out the first round of the playoffs with a lower-body injury. However, he had gone rather injury-free prior to last season, skating in at least 73 games in five of his last six campaigns. The 33-year-old joins the Panthers after spending five years with the Lightning. At one point a steady offensive producer, Stralman saw his point totals steadily decline during his time with Tampa Bay. He's no longer an attractive fantasy option at this stage in his career.
Stralman signed a three-year, $16.5 million contract with the Panthers on Monday.
Stralman cashed in on a weak blue line free agent class, actually getting a $1 million raise in annual salary compared to his last contract while joining a Florida team that's been extremely active in free agency. He's served as a steady defensive presence for the in-state rival Lightning over the past few years, but Stralman's more of a shut down type than an offensive force. He hasn't scored more than 22 points in any of the past three seasons and will turn 33 years old in August.
Stralman will likely need to take a pay cut to re-sign with Tampa, reports Tampa Bay Times.
Stralman's $4.5 million salary in 2018-19 made him the third-highest paid defender, yet he posted some of his lowest offensive numbers since 2012-13. And he played in just 47 games this season. Stralman was often the odd man out when it came to the defensive rotation that coach Jon Cooper employed -- he never really had a regular partner this season. He, Dan Girardi and Braydon Coburn are all unrestricted free agents, and the Bolts won't be able to ink all three, especially with the big contract that Brayden Point will be signing. Stralman would be valuable in another run for the Cup, but the almighty dollar will dictate if that opportunity comes with Tampa or another squad. Regardless, his fantasy best-before-date is well behind him.
Stralman (lower body) was never able to return to the lineup before the Lightning were swept out of the playoffs.
Stralman suited up in just two of the final 18 games of the season due to the lower-body injury. Set to become an unrestricted free agent this summer, teams will likely have some injury concerns about the 32-year-old, due to the fact that he suited up in just 47 games this season. Stralman has seen his point totals decline each year since he's been with Tampa Bay, producing just two goals and 17 points in 2018-19. Stralman has proven he can still be an effective defenseman, but his time with the Bolts could be over, due to the team dealing with major players --Brayden Point and Nikita Kucherov -- in line for massive deals this offseason.
Stralman (lower body) will miss Game 4 versus the Blue Jackets.
Stralman's lower-body injury will force him to miss at least one more contest and could mean he's done for the season if the Lightning can't come up with a road win Tuesday. The veteran blueliner collected 17 points and posted a plus-12 rating during the regular season, but his absence should allow Braydon Coburn to remain among the defensive pairings.
Stralman (lower body) will not suit up for Sunday's Game 3 matchup against Columbus, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.
Stralman will be on the sidelines alongside fellow blueliner Victor Hedman who is dealing with an undisclosed injury. He is in doubt to suit up in Game 4 on Tuesday, though it is still a remote possibility.
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