Anisimov scored a power-play goal on three shots in Thursday's 7-3 loss to the Flames.
Anisimov's third-period tally didn't change the result, but it gave him three points in his last five games. The 32-year-old Russian has only four points and 17 shots on net in 12 outings. Anisimov has mostly seen bottom-six minutes, so there's not much to like from a fantasy perspective.
Anisimov was promoted to Ottawa's active roster Wednesday.
Micheal Haley was demoted to the taxi squad in a corresponding move, so Anisimov appears to be on track to return to the lineup Thursday against Calgary. He's picked up one assist in seven NHL appearances this season.
Anisimov was reassigned to Ottawa's taxi squad Tuesday.
Anisimov will likely continue to shuffle between the active roster and the taxi squad throughout the season. He's notched one helper in seven top-level appearances this year.
Anisimov will return to the active roster Monday.
The move isn't really a big deal as far as fantasy owners are concerned, as Anisimov has just one point in seven games and clearly isn't part of Ottawa's long-term plans. He'll likely be shuffling between the Senators and the taxi squad for the remainder of the season.
Anisimov was assigned to the taxi squad Sunday, Steve Lloyd of TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
Anisimov will miss a second straight as the roster shuffling in Ottawa continues. The 32-year-old carries a $4.55 million cap hit this season; he's produced one assist and 10 shots on net over seven games.
Anisimov was added to Ottawa's active roster Friday.
Anisimov will likely return to the lineup Sunday against Montreal following a one-game stay on the taxi squad. He's picked up one assist in seven NHL appearances this season.
Anisimov was assigned to Ottawa's taxi squad Thursday.
Matthew Peca will replace Anisimov on the Senators' active roster. The 32-year-old forward has picked up one assist through seven games this campaign.
Anisimov was promoted from the taxi squad Saturday.
This move comes after the Senators traded Alex Galchenyuk and Cedric Paquette to Carolina for Ryan Dzingel. Anisimov likely will enter the lineup in the bottom six out of necessity. The 32-year-old has dressed for just four games this year, recording a point and seven shots on net.
Anisimov was assigned to Ottawa's taxi squad Saturday, per Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun.
Anisimov went unclaimed on waivers and will head to the Senators' taxi squad for the foreseeable future. He's picked up one helper in four games this campaign.
Anisimov was waived by the Senators on Wednesday, Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic reports.
Anisimov has been a healthy scratch for the Senators' last eight games, so this move doesn't come as a surprise. He'll likely be assigned to Ottawa's taxi squad if he passes through waivers unclaimed.
Anisimov posted an assist and two shots on goal in Saturday's 6-3 loss to the Jets.
Anisimov helped out on Nick Paul's goal in the second period, which gave the Senators a 3-2 lead at the time. More importantly, it was Anisimov's first point in three games this year. The Russian forward has added four shots on goal and a minus-1 rating. He struggled with 20 points and a minus-15 rating in 49 outings last year, and the early results suggest a bounce-back campaign isn't likely.
Anisimov (upper body) will be ready to go should the NHL regular season resume, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
With the Senators struggles this year, Anisimov won't be seeing any additional action in 2020-21 if the league jumps right into the postseason. Prior to the shutdown, the center garnered 15 goals and five helpers in 49 outings, his lowest point total since the lockout-shortened 2012-13 campaign.
If the regular season does not resume, Anisimov (upper body) has failed to play in 50 games for the first time in seven years, and it showed up in his scoring totals.
Injuries knocked him out of the last four games, but he did match his goal numbers from last year. At this point in his career, the soon-to-be 32-year-old is a 15-to-20 goal scorer who will provide assists as well as goals when he's on a good team and will only provide goals when his team isn't up to par. As the Senators are rebuilding, Anisimov is strictly a lower-end goal scorer at this point.
Anisimov (upper body) isn't in the projected lineup for Wednesday's clash with the Kings, NHL.com's Dan Greenspan reports.
Anisimov will miss a fourth consecutive contest Wednesday and remains without a timetable for his return. The veteran pivot should be considered out indefinitely until the Senators release another update on his status.
Anisimov (upper body) won't be in the lineup for Tuesday's contest against the Ducks.
Anisimov will miss his third straight game after he suffered the upper-body injury in last Tuesday's loss to Pittsburgh. In his stead, Chris Tierney will likely continue to assume the second-line center role. With the Senators headed for a back-to-back Wednesday against the Kings, Anisimov won't have to wait long to get another crack at returning to the lineup.
Anisimov (upper body) won't be available for Thursday's game against the Islanders, Nicolas St-Pierre of 945 Unique FM reports.
Anisimov suffered an upper-body injury during Tuesday's 7-3 loss to the Penguins and will miss at least one contest as a result. Chris Tierney will likely get the first crack at replacing Anisimov on Ottawa's top line against the Islanders.
Anisimov exited Tuesday's game against the Penguins in the first period due to an upper-body injury and will not return.
Anisimov's 20 points over 48 games aren't particularly impressive, but the fact that 15 of them are goals boosts his fantasy value slightly. His next chance to retake the ice arrives Thursday when the Senators host the Pens.
Anisimov scored twice in regulation and notched the deciding goal in the 4-3 shootout win over Detroit on Saturday.
Anisimov was hot. But the goals were just his second and third point in his last six games. He's skating to a Cy Young stat pack -- he's 15-5. Yes, Anisimov is talented, but he could be on your wire. Go check.
Anisimov produced a power-play assist and two shots on goal in Monday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Blue Jackets.
Anisimov set up the latter of Connor Brown's two goals in the game. The Russian forward has just five assists to go with 13 goals in 45 contests this year. Anisimov is on pace for his worst offensive season since the lockout-shortened 2013 campaign.
Anisimov posted two goals -- one on the power play -- on five shots in Tuesday's 7-4 win over the Sabres.
Anisimov scored twice over a span of 2:24 in the first period. Although he resides in the bottom six, the 31-year-old has registered four goals and a helper over nine February games, and he now has 13 goals through 42 games. A new career high in the category is attainable, but it's unlikely he continues to score at a 28.1 percent rate for the rest of the season.
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|03/02||@ MON||L 1-3||0||0||0||0||11:41|
|03/01||vs CGY||W 5-1||1||0||1||+1||7:44|
|02/27||vs CGY||L 3-6||0||0||0||0||12:19|
|02/25||vs CGY||W 6-1||0||1||1||+1||15:48|
|02/17||@ TOR||L 1-2||0||0||0||0||10:11|
|02/15||@ TOR||W 6-5 (OT)||0||0||0||-1||8:48|
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