Shattenkirk signed a three-year worth $3.9 million AAV with the Ducks on Friday, Pierre LeBrun of TSN reports.
After being bought out just two years into a four-year, $26.6 million contract with the Rangers, Shattenkirk signed a one-year, "prove-it" deal with the Lightning. The 31-year-old blueliner proved it, posting 34 points over 70 games and adding 13 points over 25 postseason contests. The Ducks have rewarded his reemergence, and Shattenkirk should easily secure a top-four role along with power-play duties with the Ducks next season.
Shattenkirk will not re-sign with Tampa Bay after turning down a three-year deal, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.
Shattenkirk finally got back over the 30-point threshold this season for the first time since he left the Blues following the 2016-17 campaign. With his 13-point playoff performance fresh in general managers' minds, the blueliner appears set to cash in elsewhere. Wherever he lands, Shattenkirk should be in line for a role with on the power-play and could be a top-end fantasy option if his play doesn't regress.
Shattenkirk scored a power-play goal and added an assist in Friday's 5-4 overtime win over the Stars in Game 4.
Shattenkirk was the hero for the second time in three games, striking on the power play 6:34 into overtime. The blueliner had three shots on goal and three hits in the contest. He's up to three goals, 10 assists, 40 shots and 50 hits through 23 postseason contests as a key part of the Lightning's defense corps.
Shattenkirk scored the game-winning goal on his only shot in Monday's 3-2 win over Dallas in Game 2. He also had two blocks and one hit.
Shattenkirk snapped a long shot from the point that found its way through traffic, giving the Lighting a 3-0 lead late in the first period. It capped a four-minute stretch in which Tampa Bay scored three times, and it held up as the game-winning goal. The goal was Shattenkirk's first in the last 12 games and snapped his six-game point drought.
Shattenkirk produced three assists and went plus-3 in Monday's 8-2 win over the Islanders in Game 1.
A week off between games didn't slow down Shattenkirk or the Lightning as a whole. The blueliner has produced five assists and a plus-6 rating in his last two outings. He's up to a goal and eight helpers with 23 hits in 14 games. Shattenkirk's third assist Monday came on the power play, his first point in that situation in the playoffs.
Shattenkirk had two assists and three shots in Monday's 3-2 double-overtime win over Boston in Game 5. He also chipped in with five blocks, three hits and a plus-3 rating.
The veteran defenseman assisted on Ondrej Palat's first-period goal as well as Victor Hedman's overtime winner. He also led Tampa Bay in blocks and logged just under 25 minutes of ice time. Shattenkirk has found the scoresheet in five of his last seven games, picking up one goal and five helpers.
Shattenkirk had two assists with six PIM and three shots on net and a plus-2 rating in a 4-3 loss to the Maple Leafs on Tuesday.
This was Shattenkirk's first multi-point game since Nov. 14, but he still has a goal and five points in the last five games. While he's benefited from a higher-than-normal shooting percentage this season, Shattenkirk is still putting together the most complete season of his career in his first campaign with the Lightning. He has eight goals and 33 points with a plus- 24 rating, 34 PIM and 119 shots on net in 63 games this season.
Shattenkirk scored a goal on three shots in Thursday's 5-3 loss to the Golden Knights.
Shattenkirk opened the scoring at 7:02 of the first period. The 31-year-old defenseman has a goal and two assists during his modest three-game point streak. For the year, he's at 31 points, 114 shots and a plus-23 rating in 61 appearances.
Shattenkirk generated an assist, four hits, two shots on goal and two blocked shots in Monday's 4-3 overtime win over the Avalanche.
Shattenkirk has just three assists through nine games in February. With his helper Monday, he reached the 30-point mark (seven tallies, 23 apples), which is his highest production since he had 56 points in 2016-17. He's added 111 shots, 53 hits and 59 blocks in 60 appearances this year.
Shattenkirk picked up an assist in Saturday's 5-3 victory over the Flyers.
It was Shattenkirk's first point in seven games and second in 13. His game has slowed significantly after such a hot start to the season (21 points in hist first 26 games). Still, Shattenkirk's 28 points in 58 games match his output from 73 games last year. So, while 2019-20 is all about redemption, his sluggish pace right now is a frustration to most fantasy owners. We'd consider benching him until he snaps his game back.
Shattenkirk generated an assist in Saturday's 3-0 win over the Sharks.
The defenseman had just two points through 13 games in January, although he posted a plus-11 rating in that span. He'll hope for more success on the scoresheet in February. For the year, Shattenkirk has 28 points in 52 games, matching his production from 73 outings last year with the Rangers. He's added 98 shots on goal, 53 blocked shots and a plus-22 rating this season.
Shattenkirk scored a goal Tuesday in Tampa Bay's 6-4 win over Buffalo.
It's the first time he's put up points in back-to-back games since Dec. 3 and 5. Shattenkirk is on pace for 53 points, which would be the second-best campaign of his career. Get him back in your lineup as soon as possible.
Shattenkirk notched an assist in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Red Wings.
Shattenkirk set up the opening goal by Ondrej Palat in the second period. It's been a rough December for the blueliner -- he has just five assists in 13 games after posting 19 points through the first 24 contests this year.
Shattenkirk has just a single assist in his last seven games.
A cool streak was inevitable -- Shattenkirk was red hot over the first couple months of the season. The Bolts are poised to take a big leap in the new year, so watch for Shattenkirk to benefit from improved team play. But until then, bench him.
Shattenkirk has racked up five helpers while posting a plus-3 rating in his last six games.
Shattenkirk's currently on pace to set new career highs in goals and assists. He's thrived while skating on the Lightning's top pairing and second power-play unit, and he's shown no signs of slowing down. The 30-year-old blueliner will look to keep rolling Thursday in a matchup with a Minnesota team that's allowing 3.14 goals per game this campaign, 20th in the NHL.
Shattenkirk picked up two assists in a 5-3 win over Buffalo on Saturday in the 2019 NHL Global Series in Stockholm, Sweden.
One of the assists came on the power play. Shattenkirk is riding a four-game, six-assist streak and has a remarkable 13 points in 15 games so far. He won't keep this up, but Shattenkirk could best his career mark of 45 points.
Shattenkirk collected a pair of assists -- one on the power play -- in Wednesday night's 7-6 overtime win versus the Devils.
With Victor Hedman nursing a lower-body injury, Shattenkirk saw an expanded role Wednesday and made the most of the opportunity. His 21:06 was second only to Ryan McDonagh (25:27). Two more assists give Shattenkirk five total for the season, to go along with four goals. After two disappointing seasons with the Rangers, Shattenkirk appears rejuvenated in Tampa Bay, making him a solid fantasy option in most formats, especially with Hedman out of the lineup.
Shattenkirk has seven points, including four goals, in 11 games this season.
More importantly, at least short term, is a possible increased role on the power play with Victor Hedman (lower body) nursing a day-to-day injury. Shattenkirk has the talent to play maestro on that unit, but Mikhail Sergachev could also see increased time there. Hedman's injury is thought to be minor, so the increased responsibility may be short-lived. Still, Shattenkirk has done much to prove his career isn't over and that he has plenty of fantasy value left in the tank.
Shattenkirk scored a goal in the Lightning's 4-3 shootout victory over the Bruins on Thursday night.
The guy not wanted by his last team has delivered five points, including four goals, in just seven games. Shattenkirk has been a fantasy bargain so far. He is getting lots of power-play time and could be on track to come close to his 56-point career high. Use him well.
Shattenkirk lit the lamp on the power play in Sunday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Hurricanes.
Although the Lightning have started 1-1-1 this season, Shattenkirk's addition looks like a hit so far. The veteran blueliner has two goals -- one on the power play -- and an assist while firing 11 shots on net so far. He's also averaging 22:17 TOI per game on the top pairing with Victor Hedman, including time on the second power-play unit. While his 18.2 shooting percentage is bound to regress, Shattenkirk fits into this group and has a good shot at getting back into the 40-point range.
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