Bozak produced an assist in Thursday's 2-1 win over the Bruins in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Bozak's helper came on David Perron's game-winning goal in the third period. The center has five goals and eight assists in 24 postseason contests, contributing solidly from the third line.
Bozak posted an assist and two shots on goal in Saturday's 7-2 loss to the Bruins in Game 3.
Bozak has produced a pair of helpers in the Stanley Cup Finals so far, but it comes with a minus-2 rating. The center has five goals and 12 points in 22 playoff contests, adding 31 shots and 29 hits so far while also seeing trace amounts of power-play time, which is where his helper Saturday came on a goal by Colton Parayko.
Bozak garnered an assist in Wednesday's Game 2 victory over Boston.
While he may not be scoring every night, Bozak has managed to quietly rack up 11 points in 21 postseason contests, including a goal and an assist on the power play. The center figures to continue anchoring the Blues' third line and will have plenty of opportunities to write his name on the scoresheet. Bozak should be a solid value option for the remainder of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Bozak scored a goal in Tuesday's 5-1 win over the Sharks in Game 6.
Bozak's third-period goal, his third of the series, provided welcomed insurance as the Blues marched to the 4-2 series win. Bozak has five goals and assists apiece in 19 postseason contests as a solid bottom-six point producer.
Bozak scored a power-play goal and added three blocked shots in Friday's 2-1 win over the Sharks in Game 4.
Bozak has found some success on offense with two goals and a helper in four games versus the Sharks. His goal on Friday would also stand as the game-winner, as goalie Jordan Binnington was able to suppress the Sharks' offense effectively throughout the game. Bozak has added five blocks and seven shots on goal in the series.
Bozak registered an assist in Monday's 4-2 win over the Sharks in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals.
Bozak now has a goal and two helpers during a three-game point streak, going plus-4 in that span. Bozak has been limited to a third-line role this season, collecting 38 points in 72 regular-season games and another eight points in 15 postseason appearances.
Bozak scored a goal on two shots and added two PIM in Saturday's 6-3 loss to the Sharks in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals.
Bozak has carved out decent offense with seven points in 14 postseason appearances while operating primarily as the third-line center. Only one helper has come on the man advantage, and with 20 shots and 19 hits, he's not providing much in the way of non-scoring stats, limiting his appeal a bit.
Bozak scored a goal and an assist during Monday's 4-3 win over the Stars in Game 3 of their Western Conference second-round series.
The veteran center has now scored two goals and five points -- already a career postseason high -- through nine games, though's Monday performance was his first multi-point effort. Bozak is seeing consistent ice time on the second power-play unit, but it's not translating into production. He has only one helper with the man advantage so far in the playoffs.
Bozak scored a goal in Wednesday's 2-1 win over Winnipeg in Game 1 of their best-of-seven series.
Down a goal after one period, St. Louis took the lead late in the third on Bozak's goal, with the go-ahead marker coming at 2:05. In addition to providing the decisive goal, Bozak finished a plus-1 and also committed a minor penalty. He recorded a game-high six shots on goal as well. The series remains far from decided, but a win in the opener is a big deal for the Blues. Game 2 goes down Friday.
Bozak (undisclosed) is projected to slot in as the third-line center for Game 1 of the conference quarterfinals versus the Jets on Wednesday, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Considering Bozak was able to practice without restrictions Monday, it's no surprise to see him reflected on the active depth chart after a one-game absence. A veteran capable of playing in a number of situations, Bozak posted 13 goals and 25 assists to complement eight power-play points through 72 games in the regular season.
Coach Craig Berube said Bozak (undisclosed) looked fine after practicing at full speed Monday, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Bozak sat out of the season finale as a precautionary measure after getting in a car accident on the way to the stadium. This doesn't appear to be a lingering issue as Bozak took line rushes in practice with the third line. The situation will be monitored, but Bozak is expected to play in Game 1 versus the Jets on Wednesday.
Bozak (undisclosed) won't play Saturday against the Canucks, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Bozak was involved in a car accident on his way to the rink Saturday. The good news is he seemingly escaped unscathed, but he'll get the night off against the Canucks anyway. The veteran pivot should be good to go for Game 1 of the Blues' first-round playoff series.
Bozak scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 3-2 overtime win over the Devils.
It was Bozak's first goal in 11 games, although he does have seven points in his last eight games. With 12 goals and 36 points, Bozak hasn't delivered much offense in his first season in St. Louis. It's not going to get better for the 33-year-old; the decline is real. Use him if you're truly desperate.
Bozak posted three assists, including one on the power play, in a 7-2 victory against the Oilers on Tuesday.
Missing some games this season hurt, but Bozak still needs to have a tremendous final couple weeks to reach 30 assists for the third straight season. Still, because of his goal-scoring, Bozak is averaging about the same amount of points per game as last season. Bozak has 11 goals and 33 points over 64 games in 2018-19.
Bozak lit the lamp in Thursday's 4-0 win over the Kings.
He reeled in a rebound late in the second period and sent a wrister which beat Jonathan Quick's blocker to put the Blues up 2-0. His offensive production has heated up lately with four goals and six helpers over the last 10 games. A major factor of his success is getting bumped up to the second line since Brayden Schenn is working with the top unit. The first line is rocking, so Bozak likely won't be moved from his current role for the foreseeable future.
Bozak scored the game-winning goal in Tuesday's win over the Predators.
The Blues simply couldn't figure out Preds goalie Juuse Saros, who stopped 42 of 43 shots in the game, until Tyler Bozak snuck one through his five hole with just 7:25 remaining. The Blues hung on with an empty-net score from Alex Pietrangelo as Bozak posted his third game-winning goal of the season. He now has 10 goals and 27 points through 54 games.
Bozak dished out two helpers in Tuesday's win over the Maple Leafs.
Since the Blues moved Bozak up to the second line, they've won 11 straight games. After getting used to his new line, Bozak has benefited greatly from the move as well with six points over the last six games. As long as the Blues keep rolling, he'll likely keep working with this unit and could be a value add in daily fantasy settings.
Bozak scored a goal and tacked on an assist in Tuesday's win over the Devils.
Bozak has been playing in the top six since the All-Star break, and he's finally finding his groove. He won a faceoff in the first period to secure a secondary helper on Jaden Schwartz's goal and scored one of his own on a deflection off a defender in the second frame. Bozak has three points in the last two games, but he may drop out of the top six after David Perron (upper body) returns to the lineup.
Bozak is expected to center the second line in Saturday's game versus the Blue Jackets, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Bozak has been stuck as the third-line center for the majority of the season behind Ryan O'Reilly and Brayden Schenn. However, with Schenn moving to the first line as a left winger, Bozak will get an opportunity on the second unit. He'll line up with Alexander Steen and Jaden Schwartz, and the Blues are hoping this lineup will help spark the trio offensively since it has combined for just 16 goals this season.
Bozak notched a goal in his first game back from injury against the Ducks on Wednesday.
Bozak -- who missed the previous nine games due to a concussion -- picked up right where he left off, as he now has eight points in his last 11 appearances. The center slotted into a second-line role with Alexander Steen and Jaden Schwartz and should continue to see top-six minutes the rest of the way.
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