Dumont signed a two-year, two-way contract with the Wild on Monday.
Dumont hasn't appeared in an NHL contest since 2017-18, so this is purely an organizational depth move. It wouldn't be surprising to see the 28-year-old forward spend the entirety of the 2019-20 campaign with AHL Iowa.
Dumont was claimed off waivers by the Lightning on Wednesday, Pierre LeBrun of TSN reports.
The Senators originally pried Dumont away from Tampa Bay through the waiver process in late November, so he's gone full circle back to the original employer. According to Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times, the 27-year-old pivot has already been assigned to AHL Syracuse. There's no fantasy value with Dumont, as he's only provided nine points in 87 career games between the Habs, Bolts and Senators.
The Senators placed Dumont on waivers Tuesday, Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman reports.
This move suggests Ryan Dzingel (personal) will likely be available for Wednesday's matchup with Chicago. If Dumont, who's only tallied one goal and two points in 23 contests this campaign, goes unclaimed, he'll likely be assigned to AHL Belleville, where he could spend the rest of the 2017-18 season.
Dumont (undisclosed) was activated from injured reserve Friday, Brent Wallace of TSN.ca reports.
Dumont has missed the past nine games tending to his unspecified issue. However, his activation sets him up to be an option for the Senators' game against the Rangers on Saturday. Still, we're talking about a guy that's appeared in only 85 NHL games since the Canadiens originally called his name in the fifth round of the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, and he's clearly free-agent fodder in virtually any fantasy format.
Dumont (undisclosed) participated in practice but will remain out of the lineup Thursday against the Sabres, Callum Fraser of NHL.com reports.
Dumont was reportedly targeting Thursday for his return to action, but he will instead continue on the rest and rehab route. Considering he's averaged fewer than 10 minutes of ice time per contest since joining the Senators, it's unlikely his eventual activation off of injured reserve will have a large impact from a fantasy standpoint.
Dumont (undisclosed) is hoping to return to action for Thursday's clash with Buffalo, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
The news effectively rules Dumont out of action against the Penguins on Tuesday, but it certainly appears he is nearing a return. Even when in the lineup, the center isn't exactly a prolific scorer, considering he has two points in 21 contests this year. Once cleared to play, the Quebec native will need to be activated off injured reserve.
Dumont was designated for IR with an undisclosed injury, per the NHL media site.
Although Dumont logged a mere 7:04 of ice time against Boston on Thursday, his minutes were not significantly below his season average (8:35), so it's unclear if the injury occured during that game or not. If Filip Chlapik (upper body) remains sidelined, Dumont's injury should open the door for recently acquired Magnus Paajarvi to make his Senators debut. Even using a retroactive designation to Jan. 25, Dumont's placement on injured reserve rules him out versus the Hurricanes on Tuesday.
Dumont tallied two hits in 6:09 of ice time in his return from an ankle injury against Detroit on Wednesday.
In addition to his two hits, Dumont registered a minus-1 rating during his limited appearance. The center's low minute total could be as simple as easing him back into the lineup; however, his season average is just 10:22 and he has periodically served as a healthy scratch.
Dumont (ankle) will be back in the lineup for Wednesday's matchup in Detroit, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
Dumont will thus return to game action after missing the last six contests with the ankle ailment. The 27-year-old has just eight points over the course of his fleeting NHL career and has just one point this season, so he is thoroughly off the fantasy radar regardless of his health status.
The Senators placed Dumont (ankle) on injured reserve Wednesday, per the NHL's official media site.
The severity of Dumont's ailment remains unclear, but he'll miss at least two more games with the ankle injury that prevented him from suiting up for Tuesday's matchup with the Wild. Either way, fantasy owners shouldn't need to concern themselves with the veteran pivot's status, as he's only tallied one assist in 18 games this campaign.
Dumont will miss Tuesday's matchup with Minnesota after sustaining an ankle injury, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
Dumont is averaging a mere 9:00 of ice time in his previous 10 outings and has just one helper to show for it. In addition to his lone assist, the natural center has tallied 13 shots on goal, 23 hits and three blocks over that stretch. Given his limited offensive production, most fantasy owners are unlikely to be impacted by his absence from the lineup.
Dumont was claimed off waivers by the Senators on Wednesday.
With Ottawa currently dealing with a number of injuries to its forward corps, Dumont will immediately be able to fill a need and is apparently preferable to a recall. The Quebec native has accumulated just seven points in his NHL career to this point and will likely continue to serve as a checking-line player on his new team, making him undesirable in most fantasy formats.
Dumont was waived by the Lightning on Tuesday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
After serving as a healthy scratch in 13 games and recording no points in the seven games he did suit up for, Dumont has finally been cut from Tampa Bay's active roster. Assuming he clears waivers, the Quebec native will likely be reassigned to AHL Syracuse.
Dumont has no points in seven games this season.
Dumont just can't get consistent ice time with the red-hot Bolts. He has four PIM and 11 shots, but until he gets regular time, Dumont just won't help you in fantasy.
Dumont was scratched against Detroit on Monday.
Even though Dumont had a strong outing Thursday against Pittsburgh in throwing three shots on goal and notching two hits, he'll sit out his second straight game. Dumont figures to remain a bench forward throughout the 2017-18 season for the big club, as he cannot be sent down to the AHL due to his one-way contract this year.
Dumont inked a two-year, two-way contract with Tampa Bay on Wednesday worth $650,000 annually.
Dumont's contract will become a one-way deal starting with the 2018-19 season, which will force the Lightning to choose between keeping him on their 23-man roster and risking losing him via waivers. In the meantime, the 26-year-old will certainly be looking to improve upon last season's four points in 39 games. Where the center begins the season -- AHL or NHL -- will largely depend on his performance during training camp this fall.
Dumont cleared waivers Monday and was reassigned to AHL Syracuse, Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
In order to get Dumont some extra time in the minors, the Lightning were required to waive him after he logged 39 games this season. Fortunately for the team, the 26-year-old tallied just two goals and a pair of helpers this year, so the rest of the league wasn't too eager to snatch him up. The center averaged a mere 9:40 of ice time, which likely factored into Tampa Bay's decision to send him down to the Crunch in order to get some more playing time before the summer break.
Dumont will play Sunday's regular-season finale against the Sabres despite being placed on waivers earlier in the day.
Dumont is slated to slot onto the Lightning's fourth line Sunday with Greg McKegg and the recently returned J.T. Brown. Dumont has just two points in his last 26 games, so he should not be considered for the final day of the season in all but the deepest of fantasy formats.
Dumont was placed on waivers by the Lightning on Sunday, James Mirtle of The Athletic reports.
Dumont has drawn into all but one of the team's contests since Jan. 12 but appears to be skipping the finale. Assuming he clears, the club would likely assign him to the AHL Syracuse affiliate for their pursuit of a playoff berth.
Dumont (personal) is likely to return to the lineup Thursday night against the Maple Leafs, Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Dumont and his wife reportedly welcomed their second child into the world Wednesday, and he'll be right back in there despite missing morning skate Thursday.
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