Oshie collected an assist, three shots on goal and two PIM in Wednesday's 3-1 win over the Kings.
Oshie sent a cross-ice pass to John Carlson, who converted for his second goal of the game. Oshie has posted a goal and six assists during a four-game point streak. For the year, the 32-year-old has 22 points, 58 shots and 43 hits in 30 appearances.
Oshie collected an assist, two hits and a team-high three blocked shots in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Sharks.
Oshie had the secondary helper on Jakub Vrana's first of two tallies in the game. Oshie has been on fire with a goal and five assists in his last three games. The 32-year-old winger is up to 21 points, 55 shots on goal, 42 hits and 29 blocked shots in 29 contests, which is a well-rounded stat line for the top-six fixture.
Oshie scored a power-play goal and added an even-strength assist in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Red Wings.
The veteran winger opened the scoring for the Caps early in the second period, then set up Alex Ovechkin for the first of his two empty-netters. Oshie now has five points (one goal, four helpers) in the last two games, and 11 goals and 20 points through 28 contests on the year.
Oshie delivered a pair of even-strength assists and a third on the power play in Friday's 4-3 overtime win over the Lightning.
Oshie hasn't been too dominant this season, as this was only the second time through 27 games that he's put up a multiplier in the points column. However, he's capable of heating up on short notice, so consider using him in DFS tournaments knowing he has a relatively high floor without having to break the bank.
Oshie tallied a goal, four shots and two hits during Monday's 4-3 shootout loss to the Coyotes.
Oshie had a second goal called back on an offside challenge but turned in another solid performance. With nine goals and 14 points in 19 games, the 32-year-old winger continues to be a reliable fantasy performer, so keep him rolling.
Oshie scored a goal on two shots in Friday's 6-1 win over the Capitals.
Oshie drove the front of the net and tapped home a Michal Kempny feed late in the third period to round out the scoring. He's now hit the scoresheet in 11 of 15 games this season, amassing eight goals and 12 points. He's easily on pace for his fourth 20-goal season since joining Washington in 2015-16.
Oshie recorded an assist, two PIM and two hits while logging 24:08 of ice time (including 9:56 with the man advantage) during Tuesday's 4-3 overtime win against the Maple Leafs.
Oshie has posted four goals and seven points over his last eight games. A key cog on Washington's vaunted top power-play unit, the 32-year-old is a must-start in most formats.
Oshie scored a power-play goal on his lone shot and added four blocks and three hits in Sunday's 5-3 win versus Chicago.
Oshie opened the scoring midway through the first period when he one-timed an Evgeny Kutznetsov centering feed past Chicago netminder Corey Crawford. It was the seventh goal of the year for Oshie, who has found the net in six of his first 10 games of the season. At this pace, he's well on his way to blowing past the 25 goals he scored last season and could challenge the career-high 33 he had in 2016-17. He's not generating a ton of shots, however, and is shooting percentage is a sky-high 28.6 percent, so its reasonable to expect some regression sooner than later.
Oshie scored a pair of power-play goals on four shots in Friday's 5-2 win over the Rangers.
Oshie opened the scoring with his first power-play goal just over two minutes into the game and added another with the man advantage midway through the third period. The 32-year-old has now found the scoresheet in seven of his first nine games, with six goals and eight points. Injuries have plagued Oshie at times in his NHL career, but he should be a good bet for another 25-30 goals with good health.
Oshie notched a goal in Monday's 6-3 loss to the Avalanche.
Oshie's second-period tally cut the deficit to 4-2 at the time. The 32-year-old winger has four goals and a helper through seven games this year. He's topped 50 points in five of the last six seasons despite not playing the full 82 in any of those efforts.
Oshie scored a goal on his lone shot and was minus-2 in a 6-5 loss to Nashville on Thursday.
Oshie rifled a wrist shot past Pekka Rinne from the right faceoff dot midway through the third period to give the Caps a 5-4 lead. It was the third goal of the season for Oshie, a 25-goal man for Washington a year ago. He'll look to keep rolling Saturday in Dallas.
Oshie netted the game-winner Friday, a power-play goal in a 2-1 win over the Islanders.
Oshie had two shots in the contest, and he made one of them count on the man advantage. It gave Ilya Samsonov all he needed to lock down his first career win. Oshie has a goal and an assist along with five shots and five hits in the first two games of the season.
As expected, Oshie (undisclosed) will play Wednesday against Chicago, Isabelle Khurshudyan of The Washington Post reports.
Oshie exited Tuesday's practice for precautionary reasons, but he was always expected to be available for Wednesday's contest. He'll skate on Washingon's second line with Lars Eller and Jakub Vrana against the Blackhawks.
Oshie (undisclosed) did not finish Tuesday's practice, JJ Regan of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Oshie was spotted leaving the ice with what was thought to be an equipment issue, but head coach Todd Reirden indicated that he was being held out for "precautionary reasons". The 31-year-old winger is still expected to play Wednesday against Chicago, so at this point there's no reason to be concerned about his availability for Oct. 2's regular-season opener.
Oshie (collarbone) is healthy ahead of the start of the 2019-20 campaign, Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reports.
Oshie missed the end of last season after suffering a broken clavicle during the playoffs. Injuries limited the winger to just 69 regular-season contests, but he still managed to rack up 25 goals and 29 helpers for a sixth 50-plus point year. The 31-year-old figures to take on a top-six role once again and should continue to feature on the top power-play unit, giving him top-end fantasy value.
Oshie (collarbone) is expected to be healthy in time for training camp in September, Isabelle Khurshudyan of The Washington Post reports.
Oshie suffered a broken collarbone April 18, but Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan indicated his recovery is going well and the team expects him to be good to go for preseason. It may take some time for the 32-year-old winger to get back into form, but his fantasy upside as a top-six forward on an offensively talented team remains high even coming off an injury, so keep him in mind for your drafts.
Oshie's injury has been clarified as a broken collarbone, Isabelle Khurshudyan of The Washington Post reports.
A broken collarbone likely explains why Oshie has been ruled out for the remainder of the postseason. The winger should have enough time to get back to 100 percent prior to the start of the 2019-20 campaign, though it will certainly be something for fantasy owners to monitor during training camp.
Oshie (upper body) is "highly unlikely" to return this postseason, Isabelle Khurshudyan of The Washington Post reports.
It's rather ominous that Oshie's recovery could span beyond the postseason, especially knowing that the Stanley Cup playoffs run all the way through early June. The Capitals will be looking for another offensive spark from Devante Smith-Pelly -- who made a big splash en route to the franchise's Stanley Cup win in 2018 -- now that he's been recalled from AHL Hershey as a reinforcement for Oshie.
Following Thursday's 2-1 Game 4 loss to the Hurricanes, coach Todd Rierden told reporters Oshie (upper body) will be out "for quite some time," Chris Kuc of The Athletic reports.
Unfortunately this news comes as no surprise, as it was obvious that Oshie was likely dealing with a significant injury when he was writhing on the ice in pain after being boarded by Carolina's Warren Foegele in the third period of Thursday's loss. Foegele was only assessed a minor penalty for the hit, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him face supplemental discipline from the NHL. The Capitals have yet to release any details regarding the specific nature of Oshie's injury or a potential timetable for his recovery, but at this point it's safe to assume he'll miss the rest of the conference quarterfinals at a minimum.
Oshie headed straight to the locker room after suffering an apparent upper-body injury in the third period of Thursday's Game 5 against the Hurricanes.
Oshie suffered the injury when he crashed face first into the boards after being contacted by Carolina's Warren Foegele from behind. The American winger writhed on the ice in pain before gingerly skating straight to the locker room. More information regarding Oshie's condition should surface ahead of Saturday's Game 5, but at this point it appears as though he may be in danger of missing extended time.
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