Stone had two assists and four shots in Tuesday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Sharks in Game 7.
Stone had 10 points in the first four games of the series, but hadn't found his way onto the scoresheet since Game 4. His second helper came on Jonathan Marchessault's equalizer with 47 seconds remaining in regulation. Stone remains an elite fantasy option on the wing entering 2019-20 after registering 85 points in 84 games between the regular season and playoffs.
Stone registered two assists and two shots in Tuesday's 5-0 win over the Sharks in Game 4.
Stone has been dynamite for the Golden Knights in the first round, registering 10 points over four games. He's added 11 shots, six hits and a plus-5 rating. Four of Stone's points have come on the man advantage. Including the regular season, the winger has 21 points (11 goals, 10 helpers) in 22 games since being traded to Vegas at the deadline.
Stone logged a hat trick in Sunday's 6-3 Game 3 win over the Sharks, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Stone now has six playoff goals with the Golden Knights in three games, and his second line accounted for all six goals on Sunday. They paid a hefty price for him, but he paid immediate dividends after the trade in the regular season and now in the playoffs.
Stone tallied the game-winning goal in a 5-3 victory against the Sharks in Game 2 of the first round Friday. The series is tied 1-1.
The trade-deadline acquisition for the Golden Knights is already paying off, as Stone has three goals through two playoff games. He has seven goals and 15 points in 28 career postseason contests. After scoring 33 goals during the regular season, this hot start to the playoffs shouldn't come as a surprise.
Stone scored twice in Wednesday's 5-2 loss to the Sharks in Game 1 of their best-of-seven series.
While Stone had no trouble beating Sharks goalie Martin Jones, his teammates didn't fare so well in the contest. Stone had 11 points in 18 games after a trade from the Senators, but he's a hotter start in the postseason. Stone, Max Pacioretty and Paul Stastny combined for five points in Wednesday's loss, and that second-line trio should be reliable point producers for fantasy owners.
Stone scored his 33rd goal of the year in a 4-1 loss to the Coyotes on Thursday.
Stone added two hits and two blocked shots but went minus-3 in the contest. He has picked up 11 points in 18 games with the Golden Knights, and has 73 points in 77 games overall this year.
Stone had an assist and seven shots on goal in Friday's 3-2 loss to the Wild.
Stone also went plus-2 and added two hits in the contest. He's accumulated 10 points in 15 games with Vegas, giving him 72 points (32 goals, 40 helpers) in 75 contests overall. It's not unreasonable to think he'll reach 75 points for the year if coach Gerard Gallant allows the star winger to play in each game to close out the regular season.
Stone posted one assist and a game-high six shots in Wednesday's 4-3 loss to the Avalanche.
The assist puts Stone at 71 points (32 goals, 39 helpers) in 73 games after going three straight contests without a goal. The trigger-happy winger also has a personal-best 190 shots this season, and is just three assists shy of matching his career high in that category.
Stone scored a power-play goal on his only shot in Monday's 7-3 win over the Sharks.
The Winnipeg native reached the 70-point plateau for the first time with the tally, doing so in 69 games between the Senators and Golden Knights. Stone has taken 20 of his points on the power play this season, and has fired 175 shots on goal. The winger is riding a six-game point streak, clearly showing comfort in his new surroundings.
Stone scored his 31st goal of the season in Sunday's 6-3 win over the Oilers.
Stone added five shots in the contest. He's up to 69 points (31 tallies, 38 helpers) in 68 games between the Senators and Golden Knights. Stone's played at nearly a point-per-game pace with seven points in eight games since being traded to Vegas, and he remains a productive fantasy option.
Stone potted his 30th goal of the year in a 6-3 loss to the Flames on Sunday.
Stone's goal tied the game at 3 just 1:20 into the second period, but the Flames took over in the last 30 minutes to run away with the win. This is the first time Stone has scored 30 goals, his previous high being 26 in 2014-15 with the Senators. With five points in seven games since his trade, he picked up right where he left off at the end of his Ottawa tenure.
Stone scored the opening goal and added an assist in Saturday's 6-2 win over the Canucks.
The second line for the Golden Knights bookended a five-goal first period, with Stone striking first and center Paul Stastny capping the explosion and forcing Canucks goalie Jacob Markstrom out of the game with the fifth goal. Stone now has a goal and three assists in six games for the Golden Knights, giving him 66 points (29 goals, 37 assists) in 65 appearances this season. Any forward in the top six for the Golden Knights is worth a start for most fantasy situations, especially since Stone's arrival.
Stone finalized the terms of an eight-year, $76 million contract extension with Vegas on Friday.
After agreeing in principle to a deal at the trade deadline, Stone officially put pen to paper on a contract that will carry a $9.5 million AAV. The Winnipeg native is still looking for his first goal with the Golden Knights, but he managed to tally a pair of power-play helpers in five contests. The 26-year-old needs just one more point to set a new career high after matching the 64-point mark he set back in 2014-15 with the Senators.
Stone picked up a helper in Tuesday's 2-1 win over the Flames.
Stone has two assists, 18 shots and 11 hits in five games since joining the Golden Knights. The assist did help the winger match his career high of 64 points, set in 2014-15. Stone has slotted onto the second line with Paul Stastny and Max Pacioretty, and while the points haven't been there yet, the line has been strong in all zones. With patience, the offense should come around.
Stone was held without a point but fired six shots on goal in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Stars.
Stone also had two hits and two blocked shots in the contest. Stone's line with Max Pacioretty and Paul Stastny combined for 15 shots on goal in Tuesday's victory, a promising sign for fantasy owners of all three going forward.
Stone is just waiting on his gear to arrive and is expected to make his Golden Knights debut Tuesday against the Stars, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Barring issues with his equipment, Stone will slot in alongside Max Pacioretty and Paul Stastny on the team's second line Tuesday. The star winger inked an eight-year extension to remain in Las Vegas before even dressing for the club, earning him a whopping $9.5 million annually. He's on pace to notch more than a point per game for a second straight season in 2018-19, after collecting 62 points -- 28 goals and 34 assists -- over 59 games with the Senators.
Stone, whom the Golden Knights acquired in a trade with the Senators on Monday, promptly signed an eight-year deal worth $9.5 million annually, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports.
There's a firesale in Ottawa with Senators GM Pierre Dorion having sent Stone to Vegas after Ryan Dzingel and Matt Duchene were already packaged to Columbus over the weekend. Stone's massive contract with the Golden Knights goes to show that the young franchise is serious about its quest to return to the Stanley Cup Finals. Stone, a proficient possession player who averaged 0.85 points per game over parts of seven seasons with the Senators, projects to slot in as the team's top-line right winger ahead of Alex Tuch on the depth chart.
Stone was acquired by the Golden Knights on Monday from the Senators in exchange for Oscar Lindberg, Erik Brannstrom and a 2020 second-round pick, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Despite being one of the biggest trade pieces on the market, Stone was one of the final dominos to fall before the deadline. The 26-year-old is expected to sign an extension with his new club right away, though he will likely be looking to earn even more than the $7.35 million he got this year, considering he already set a new career high in goals (28) and needs just three more points to best his 2014-15 productivity. The Winnipeg native figures to immediately slot into a top-six role with Vegas.
Stone has another serious potential suitor in the Golden Knights, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
Ottawa's asking price remains high for Stone, as the Senators reportedly want more than what they got for Matt Duchene, who fetched two solid prospects and at least one first-round draft pick. Vegas would have the pieces to make that deal happen, but whether the Golden Knights would part with such a package remains to be seen. If Stone was moved, he'd be an instant upgrade to an offense that has been middling this year, as the Golden Knights average 2.9 goals per game.
Stone (coach's decision) will not play Sunday against the Flames.
As expected, Stone will sit once again as the trade deadline approaches. Interestingly enough, Calgary is reportedly one of the top teams expected to land the 26-year-old before Monday's deadline. If Stone is still on the roster, he should rejoin the lineup in Washington on Tuesday, but that seems unlikely at this point.
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