Spurgeon produced 14 goals and 43 points while averaging 24:09 of ice time in 82 games this campaign.
Spurgeon put up his best offensive season with 43 points -- 14 goals, 29 helpers -- in 82 games, all of which are career highs. On top of the offensive production, the 29-year-old had 152 shots, 145 blocks and 91 hits, too. Look for continued development from the diminutive rearguard in 2019-20.
Spurgeon picked up a power-play assist and five blocked shots in Friday's 3-2 win over the Golden Knights.
Spurgeon's in the midst of his best offensive season with 43 points -- 14 goals, 29 helpers -- in 78 games, all of which are career highs. Additionally, he has 139 blocks, 145 shots and 87 hits. The 29-year-old blueliner has collected six points in 14 March games, a little slower than his season production but perfectly fine numbers to use in most fantasy formats.
Spurgeon logged 24:40 of ice time and dished out a power-play assist in Saturday's 5-1 loss to the Hurricanes.
Spurgeon was able to collect his fourth point in his last 10 games, and has 17 hits and blocks in that span. The 29-year-old has been a solid fantasy asset this campaign, racking up 42 points in 76 games. Spurgeon has averaged 3:41 of power-play ice time in his past 10 games, which suggests that more points could be coming.
Spurgeon posted a goal, two shots on net, four blocks, two hits and a plus-1 rating in a 5-2 victory against the Rangers on Saturday.
With the score, Spurgeon added to his career best in the category and reached the 40-point plateau for the first time in his career. Spurgeon has been able to tally those marks with a 9.6 shooting percentage, which is his best since his rookie season of 2010-11. Spurgeon has 13 goals and 40 points with a plus-9 rating and 135 shots on net in 72 games this season.
Spurgeon dished out an even-strength helper and had three blocks in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Flames.
The assist was Spurgeon's 38th point of the season, which ties his career-high season point total. The 29-year-old has gotten it done on both sides of the ice in his last 10 games, racking up six points and 19 blocks in 24:45 of average ice time. With 2:14 of average power-play time this season, expect Spurgeon to keep getting opportunities to produce.
Spurgeon has five points and 20 blocks while averaging 24:26 of ice time in his last 10 games.
The 29-year-old has been a stalwart for Minnesota this campaign, racking up 37 points and 110 blocks in 64 games. Spurgeon has also been producing on the man advantage, racking up seven points in 2:13 of average ice time. With opportunity and production on both ends of the ice, Spurgeon continues to be a decent fantasy option each night.
Spurgeon scored a goal and two assists in a 5-4 loss to the Flyers on Tuesday.
The big three-point night pushes his shooting percentage to 9.8 percent, which is near a career high, but even if he experiences a setback in the category, owners have already received more from Spurgeon than they expected this season, much of it having to do with stud blueliner Mathew Dumba being out long term. Spurgeon's 35 points through 57 games is four points shy of a career high, and with his next goal, he'll set a new career-best mark in that category too. He has 11 goals and 24 assists this season.
Spurgeon scored two goals in Tuesday's 5-4 shootout loss to the Sabres.
He beat Linus Ullmark twice in the second period for Minnesota's first two tallies of the evening. Spurgeon now has 10 goals and 32 points through 53 games, putting him just one goal and six points shy of his personal bests in those categories and he marches towards a career campaign.
Spurgeon went top shelf for his eighth goal of the season in Wednesday's 5-2 win over the Avalanche.
Spurgeon is on a career-best pace with 29 points through 50 games and has shined during the long-term absence of stud blueliner Mathew Dumba. He's seen close to a three-percent uptick in even-strength shifts in the offensive zone compared to last season, and the diminutive blueliner continues to snipe accurately based on an 8.6 shooting percentage. With further consideration to his heavy role -- Spurgeon is averaging 23:22 of ice time per game, including 2:12 on the power play -- we're looking at an underrated skater who shouldn't be on the waiver wire in deep leagues.
Spurgeon recorded a pair of assists -- including one on the power play -- in Thursday's 3-2 win over the Jets.
Thursday saw Spurgeon tally two or more points for the third time in his last five games. Over that span, the 29-year-old has scored two goals, tallied four assists, and posted a plus-4 rating. He trailed only Ryan Suter for the team lead in ice time, finishing with 26:27, but Spurgeon did log the most power-play time with 2:16. History suggests he will have a tough time finding the scoresheet in the Wild's next game, coming Saturday against the Red Wings. In 18 career contests versus Detroit, Spurgeon has not scored a goal and has managed just four assists.
Spurgeon scored two goals Saturday in a 4-3 win over Ottawa.
The diminutive defender has put on an offensive show in the last two games. Spurgeon has five points, including three goals, since the calendar turned to 2019. He delivers in spurts, which means he's a better long-term play than trying to time his bursts. Still, Spurgeon is on pace for a possible 40-point season. And that would be a career mark.
Spurgeon collected a goal and two assists to pace the Wild to a 4-3 win over the Maple Leafs on Thursday.
More attention is on Spurgeon since Mathew Dumba (pectoral) is facing a long-term absence, but he just now put an end to a seven-game point drought. Spurgeon has five goals and 17 helpers through 39 games, but with only one goal and four apples on the man advantage, he has a little bit of work to do to catch his power-play point total (13) from last season.
Spurgeon recorded two assists and a plus-3 rating in Thursday's 5-1 win over the Panthers.
Spurgeon's racked up multi-point efforts in consecutive games, as the Wild have outscored opponents 12-2 over that stretch. After totaling 38 points in 2016-17 and 37 points last season, the diminutive defenseman's on pace for a career-best 50 this season.
Spurgeon scored a power-play goal and assisted on another one in a 7-1 win over the Canadiens on Tuesday.
Spurgeon's power-play marker with three seconds remaining in the second period was the 29-year-old's first goal in over a month, with his last breakthrough coming all the way back on Nov. 6. He now has four goals and 17 points in 30 games and continues to provide a steady presence on Minnesota's blue line. It'd be nice if Spurgeon was given more time with the man advantage. In four power-play opportunities, Spurgeon logged just 40 seconds of ice time.
Spurgeon recorded three assists in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Coyotes.
The 28-year-old Spurgeon now has 14 points in 24 games. The Wild blueliner has not been as consistent a point producer this year, but he's tallied four assists in his last two games, so maybe he's heating up.
Spurgeon tallied a pair of assists, a plus-4 rating and four shots on goal in a 5-2 victory over the Ducks on Friday.
The 28-year-old and his defense partner Jonas Brodin each had huge nights. For Spurgeon, it gives him four points and 10 shots in the last five games. He now also has a plus-3 rating this season to go with three goals and 10 points. It's still early, but Spurgeon is on pace for career highs in goals and points.
Spurgeon was the primary setup man on Jonas Brodin's empty-net shorthanded goal Saturday, as the Wild defeated the Avalanche at home, 3-2.
The Avs pulled goalie Semyon Varlamov with just under three minutes remaining in the contest, and Spurgeon dumped the puck off to Brodin, who sailed a shot from his own goal line and still cashed in. Spurgeon now has five points in twice as many games. It will be difficult for the Canadian rearguard to maintain that steady rate of offensive production considering he's seen more than a two-minute reduction in playing time compared to the 2017-18 campaign, but then again, Spurgeon's penchant for jumping into the rush has helped him construct a relatively high floor in fantasy leagues.
Spurgeon collected a goal and a power-play assist in Saturday's 5-4 overtime home loss to the Hurricanes.
All of the damage from Spurgeon took place ahead of the third period. The 5-foot-9, 168-pound defenseman plays with so much heart and determination that it's easy to overlook his diminutive stature. Oddly enough, despite the game going into overtime, this was the first time in four games to start the season that Spurgeon didn't see at least 24 minutes of ice time -- he iced 23:39 in this one, so close enough.
Spurgeon skated for 24:05 in Thursday's 4-1 road loss to the Avalanche, but he came up empty on his lone shot attempt.
Spurgeon fashioned nine goals and tied a career-high 28 assists over 61 games for the Wild last season. He's a solid two-way contributor who should settle into a groove before long.
Spurgeon notched an assist during a 6-2 victory in Game 3 on Sunday over Winnipeg.
After returning for the beginning of the postseason, Spurgeon has logged over 20 minutes in each game, skating on the second pairing with Carson Soucy. The two-way defensemen got his name on the statsheet for his first point of the playoffs with a primary assist to Marcus Foligno in the second period, as Winnipeg had not only shut down Spurgeon, but most of the Minnesota offense prior to the Game 3 outburst. The 28-year-old has seen offensive playoff success in previous campaigns, notching 16 points in 34 games over his last four trips, and with Spurgeon also having a hand in the second power-play unit, he'll certainly have a chance to keep his strong postseason output rolling.
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