Pitlick had eight goals and 20 points with a plus-11 rating in 63 games prior to the NHL pausing the 2019-20 season in March.
The 28-year-old was putting together a pretty strong all-around campaign prior to the season's suspension. If the season regular season somehow resumes, Pitlick has a chance to reach double digits in goals for the second time in his career and challenge his 27-point career high. Pitlick's plus-11 rating is his best mark too. He also has 76 shots on goal, 12 PIM, 132 hits and 42 blocks.
Pitlick scored on his only shot of the game and doled out three hits in Wednesday's 5-2 win over Washington.
Pitlick finished off a 4-on-2 rush late in the second period to give the Flyers a 3-1 lead, a goal that held up as the winner. The 28-year-old has carved out a steady bottom-six role for the Flyers in his first year with the organization, producing eight goals and 19 points in 60 games with a plus-10 rating.
Pitlick has six goals and 16 points with a plus-7 rating and 62 shots in 52 games this season.
The 28-year-old began heating up just before the All-Star break and has continued that into February. He has two goals and seven points with a plus-7 rating in the last 12 games, which is a decent chunk of his production this season. He has a 10.0 shooting percentage during this recent run of success, which suggests maintaining this pace isn't impossible. Pitlick also has 108 hits, 33 blocks and 12 PIM in 52 games.
Pitlick scored a goal and an assist in Friday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Penguins.
He helped the Flyers climb out of a 3-1 hole, but Sidney Crosby ended any thoughts of Philly stealing a road win in OT. It was Pitlick's first multi-point performance of the season, and the fourth-line mucker doesn't offer much fantasy value with only five goals and 13 points through 45 games.
Pitlick scored a goal and blocked two shots in Wednesday's 4-3 overtime win over the Blues.
Pitlick hasn't played all that well lately -- it's just his second goal in his last 11 contests. The 28-year-old is up to 10 points, 43 shots on goal and 73 hits in 41 games this season. His career high is 27 points in 80 outings in 2017-18, so don't expect the winger to go on a sudden hot streak anytime soon.
Pitlick has one goal and no assists with an even rating in his last 10 games.
The 28-year-old didn't exactly light the world on fire at the beginning of the season, but he was a solid contributor with three goals and eight points in his first 30 games. But Pitlick has gone very cold since then with only a goal and 12 shots in the last 10 contests. In the last three games, Pitlick has zero shots as well. During his first season with the Flyers, he has four goals and nine points in 40 games.
Pitlick scored a goal on a team-high four shots in Saturday's 6-2 loss to the Coyotes.
Pitlick's tally at 3:00 of the third period put the Flyers on the board. The 28-year-old entered Saturday on a six-game goal drought. He's registered only nine points and 40 shots on goal in 36 appearances this season. Pitlick is mostly used in a bottom-six role, which will keep him from making much of an impact in the fantasy game.
Pitlick has no points and a minus-1 rating with six shots on goal in the last five games.
The 28-year-old wasn't exactly setting any records prior to this cold streak, but he did have two goals and five points with a plus-6 rating and 14 shots over the course of about a month (10 games) from Thanksgiving to just before Christmas week. The only category Pitlick is consistently contributing to, though, is hits. He has three goals, eight points, a minus-1 rating, 36 shots and 63 hits in 35 games this season.
Pitlick (concussion) will return to the lineup against the Sabres on Thursday, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Pitlick missed the Flyers' previous two tilts due to his concussion but appears ready to jump back into the lineup. The 27-year-old figures to slot into a bottom-six role and will likely bump Chris Stewart from the lineup. Prior to getting hurt, the Minneapolis native was stuck in a seven-game goal drought during which he managed two helpers, five shots and 13 hits.
Pitlick (concussion) won't play in Sunday's game against the Jets, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Pitlick left early in Saturday's game against the Wild after playing just 4:17. It was revealed the 28-year-old sustained a concussion, so he'll likely miss additional time. Scott Laughton (groin) was also injured during the contest and won't be able to play Sunday. The Flyers recalled Carsen Twarynski and Nicolas Aube-Kubel to fill in for the time being.
Pitlick (undisclosed) exited Saturday's contest in Minnesota and will not return.
Pitlick was on the ice for just 4:17 Saturday before leaving the game. The Flyers have a back-to-back scheduled Sunday so his status for that contest is uncertain right now. An update should be available after the game.
Pitlick posted three hits and a block in a 3-1 loss to the Avalanche on Wednesday.
The 28-year-old has been more physical than ever, as he's on pace for a career-high 134 hits. While that's great, Pitlick has been of little help in any other category. He has two goals with six points, a minus-3 rating, four PIM and 23 shots on net in 27 games this season.
Pitlick tallied a goal on his lone shot in Friday's 2-1 loss to the Senators.
Pitlick's first Flyers campaign has been anything but productive so far -- the winger has three points in 15 games including Friday's goal. Pitlick has added 26 hits, but with an average ice time of 10:54 per game entering Friday, he's been used sparingly. That won't translate to fantasy value in the near-term.
Pitlick posted a minus-2 rating with no other significant statistics in a 7-1 loss against the Penguins on Tuesday.
The 27-year-old is off to an extremely slow start with his new team. He only has one assist with zero goals and just four shots on net in eight games. Pitlick also has a minus-4 rating. There's no guarantee Pitlick will remain in the lineup with his current struggles.
Pitlick has one point, an assist, in his first five games with the Flyers this season.
He also has one shot on net, two PIM, six hits and three blocks in five contests this season. Pitlick has only played more than 47 games in an NHL season once in his career, but in that season, he tallied 14 goals and 27 points. If he plays often this year, he should reach double digits in goals and points, but that will only be possible if he starts getting more shots on goal.
Pitlick (wrist) has been cleared to play ahead of Friday's regular-season opener against the Blackhawks, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Pitlick appeared in 47 games with the Stars last campaign, notching eight goals and 12 points over that span. If he's able to stay healthy and hold onto a spot in Philadelphia's bottom six, he'll probably be good for double-digit goals and 20-plus points in 2019-20, but that level of production won't make him a worthwhile fantasy option.
Pitlick (wrist) will begin the 2019-20 campaign on Philadelphia's injured/non-roster list.
Pitlick traveled with the Flyers for Friday's regular-season opener against the Blackhawks in Prague, but he won't be available for that contest. The former Star has yet to be cleared for contact, but another update on his status should surface once that occurs.
Pitlick (wrist) will head overseas with the Flyers for their preseason clash with HC Lausanne and 2019 NHL Global Series matchup with Chicago, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Pitlick hasn't been cleared for contract yet, but the fact that he is going to head overseas with the club bodes well for his availability Opening Night. The 26-year-old was expected to start the year on the wing, but an injury to Nolan Patrick (upper body) could see the natural center anchoring the third line.
Pitlick (wrist) was cleared to practice with no contact Sunday, Adam Kimelman of NHL.com reports.
Pitlick had surgery to repair a torn muscle in his wrist in late August, and was finally able to get the "all clear" for non-contact practice. The Flyers open the new season at home Oct. 4 against the Blackhawks, and it's still unclear if Pitlick will be healthy enough for the game.
Pitlick had surgery to repair a tear in his wrist suffered during offseason training and will be sidelined at least four weeks, the team announced Monday.
Pitlick will likely miss the entirety of the preseason, though the team's last warm-up game against HC Lausanne is exactly four weeks after the start of his rehab work (Sept. 2). Even if the center is healthy enough to play Opening Night against the Blackhawks on Oct. 4, his lack of practice time could see him scratched from the lineup anyway.
|Last 7 Games|
|Complete Game Log|
|More Career Stats|