Bonino gathered an assist, three shots and two PIM in Monday's 3-2 win over the Stars in Game 3.
Bonino has two goals and four helpers in six games since the start of April. Bonino is an experienced playoff performer, having won two Stanley Cup titles with the Penguins. However, with third-line deployment and minimal power-play time, Bonino is hard to recommend for fantasy purposes this early in the playoffs.
Bonino generated an assist in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Stars in Game 1.
Bonino ended the year hot with two straight two-point outings to give him 35 points overall in 81 appearances. Bonino has 46 points in 89 playoff appearances in his career, and he has also won the Stanley Cup twice while he was a member of the Penguins. The 30-year-old will likely be a reliable depth scorer and veteran presence for the Predators on this run.
Bonino found the scoresheet twice Thursday, scoring a goal and adding an assist in a 3-2 win over the Canucks.
Bonino had gone six games without a point, but the Predators' forward found himself two points in Thursday's come-from-behind win. He's up to 33 points in 80 games and is tied for the team lead with a plus-26 rating.
Bonino picked up an assist in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Sharks.
The helper gives Bonino 30 points (15 goals and assists apiece) in 72 games this season. It's his fourth 30-point campaign, and the first since 2016-17, when he was with the Penguins. The center is currently on the second line, and will usually play in a middle-six capacity.
Bonino notched his 15th goal of the season in a 3-2 shootout win over the Wild.
Bonino's goal gave the Predators the early lead, but left wing Filip Forsberg would have to provide an equalizer after the Wild struck twice in the second period. Bonino had only a single point in February, but now has 29 in 67 contests this season. The center will likely finish in the mid-to-high 30s for points if he can overcome his recent struggles.
Bonino was held pointless in Saturday's 5-3 loss to the Jets, giving him just a single point in 15 games dating back to the start of February.
Bonino had a fantastic run in January, with six goals and 10 points in 11 games, but has been stone cold since then. On the positive side, Bonino is now skating alongside the recently-acquired Wayne Simmonds on the Preds' third line, so hopefully that will inject some life in Bonino's game.
Bonino (undisclosed) participated in line rushes during pregame warmups, indicating he'll play Thursday against the Stars, Adam Vingan of The Athletic reports.
Bonino missed Thursday's morning skate due to an undisclosed issue, but his presence on the ice during warmups suggests he's healthy and ready to rock against Dallas. The veteran pivot will take on a top-six role against the Stars, centering Kevin Fiala and Craig Smith on the Predators' second line.
Bonino did not take part in Thursday's game-day skate, Brooks Bratten of the Predators' official site reports.
The team has yet to release any information on Bonino's status, so it's not immediately clear whether he will suit up versus Dallas. If the Connecticut native does miss Thursday's game, Rocco Grimaldi or Frederick Gaudreau figures to slot into his spot in the bottom-six.
Bonino scored a goal and added a helper in Monday's 4-1 win against the Avalanche. He also recorded a plus-3 rating.
Bonino opened up the game's scoring with a goal early in the second period before assisting on a slick Roman Josi score in the same frame. With that, he's up to 13 goals and 26 points, surpassing his 25-point output in 71 games last season.
Bonino tallied two goals, a plus-2 rating and four shots during Tuesday's 7-2 rout over the Capitals.
Bonino has been filling in nicely while Kyle Turris (lower body) has been on the shelf, tallying six goals and nine points in his last 13 games. Turris' imminent return should push the 30-year-old down the depth chart, so don't expect the hot streak to persist much longer.
Bonino tallied a goal, a plus-2 rating and two shots while winning eight of 12 faceoffs during Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Blue Jackets.
Bonino is back to his normal spot centering the third line after missing an opportunity afforded by the injury to Kyle Turris (lower body) to move up the depth chart. With nine goals and 19 points in 45 games, the 30-year-old is better suited to deeper formats.
Bonino scored two goals in a 4-3 loss to the Rangers on Saturday night.
He's a sporadic fantasy producer and has just eight goals and eight assists in 38 games. Leave him on the wire in all but the deepest of leagues.
Bonino skated a season-high 19:14 in Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Bruins, but came away empty-handed in the scoring department, registering no points on just two shots.
Bonino enters the holiday break with just three points in his last 10 games, which is not surprising considering his bottom-six role in the Preds' lineup. That being said, Bonino does have 14 points in 36 games this season, which gives him an outside shot at the 30-point plateau. Bottom line, given his modest offensive totals, Bonino's fantasy value remains confined to deeper formats.
Bonino scored a goal and assisted on the game-winner in Thursday's 4-3 overtime victory against Vancouver.
Bonino had gone six games without recording a point, but the 30-year-old put an end to the drought Thursday, picking up a pair of points, one of which came in the form of a primary helper on the game's deciding goal. As a bottom-six forward, Bonino isn't going to transform fantasy fortunes with his play alone, but the veteran center has played a solid two-way role for Nashville this season, on his way to posting 13 points in 31 games.
Bonino took the ice Monday morning, indicating he's over his illness, Robby Stanley of NHL.com reports.
Bonino missed one game when he was under the weather, but he's primed to return for Monday's game against the Sabres. The Predators are dealing with injuries at forward, so they will be glad to have the 30-year-old back. He's also been on his game recently, as he has four goals and an assist in his last eight contests.
Bonino (illness) won't suit up Saturday against the Blackhawks, according to Predators reporter Jeremy K. Gover.
Bonino's injury is the latest blow to a Nashville club that's already without the services of P.K. Subban, Kyle Turris, Victor Arvidsson and Filip Forsberg. The center will hope to make his return Monday against the Sabres.
Bonino scored a goal and assisted on another in a 5-2 win over New Jersey on Sunday.
The two points were only Bonino's 10th and 11th of the season. Meanwhile, the 30-year-old, two-time Stanley Cup champion has scored in consecutive games for the second time in the last two weeks. Bonino also led Nashville with five shots on goal on Sunday.
Bonino scored a power-play marker -- his third goal in the last five games -- during Friday's 6-2 loss to the Blues.
Fantasy owners should also note that Bonino started the game playing in his usual spot on the third line, but was bumped up to the second unit after Kyle Turris departed following a hard hit from the Blues' Brayden Schenn. Bonino hasn't done much since his arrival in Nashville last season, but if this latest line assignment turns into a permanent scoring role, he may finally be in a position to start producing on a more consistent basis.
Bonino found the twine for his team's only goal of the night in a 2-1 loss at Arizona on Thursday.
Bonino is struggling this season, but he is only two years removed from an 18-goal season and has certainly shown the ability to be a useful fantasy option in past campaigns. He's not worth an add right now, but it's worth watching him to see if this goal gets his confidence up and makes him a possible pickup down the road.
Bonino had three assists in a 4-1 victory against the Avalanche on Wednesday.
The veteran center has experienced a tough start to 2018-19, but he does have four assists in the last two games. He recorded assists on two of Colton Sissons' goals Wednesday and then added another assist on Ryan Hartman's empty-netter. Bonino is still waiting for his first goal and has six assists with a plus-10 rating this season.
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