Stone scored a goal on four shots and added a power-play assist in Wednesday's 5-2 win over the Coyotes.
The multi-point effort was Stone's third of the year in four games. Even more impressively, Stone has scored or assisted on the game-winning goal in all four contests -- his tally Wednesday was his second clincher of the season. The 28-year-old also has a plus-6 rating and seven hits this year, providing some physicality and reliable defense from the wing. He'll look to keep it going as the Golden Knights and Coyotes shift to Arizona for a pair of games Friday and Sunday.
Stone contributed an assist in Monday's 4-2 win over the Coyotes.
Stone had the secondary assist on Chandler Stephenson's go-ahead goal in the third period. With four helpers in three games, Stone is having no trouble setting up his teammates. He's added a goal, four shots on net, a plus-5 rating and seven hits in 2020-21.
Stone assisted on both goals in Saturday's 2-1 overtime win over the Ducks.
Stone provided the secondary helper on William Karlsson's third-period equalizer. In overtime, Stone received a faceoff win from Max Pacioretty and returned it to his linemate, who buried the winning tally. With 40-plus assists in each of the last three years, there's no doubt about Stone's playmaking ability. He's racked up a goal, three helpers, six hits and a plus-4 rating in the first two games of the year. Fantasy managers are enjoying the elite production from one of the sport's best right wings.
Stone potted a goal and added an assist in Thursday's 5-2 win over the Ducks.
After the game spent over 32 minutes tied at 2-2, Stone broke the deadlock just 49 seconds into the third period. He later set up Max Pacioretty's insurance tally later in the period. That's leading by example for the newly minted captain Stone. The 28-year-old winger had 63 points (17 on the power play) in 65 outings last season. With a top-line role to his name, look for Stone to produce similarly in 2020-21.
Stone will suit up as the Golden Knights team captain starting with Opening Night against the visiting Ducks on Thursday.
Stone becomes the first team captain in Vegas' history, with the franchise embarking on its fourth season. A heady winger with elite power-play skills, Stone finished second on the team in points with 21 goals and 42 assists through 65 games in 2019-20, trailing only Max Pacioretty and his 66-count. The Golden Knights have Stone on the books with a $9.5 million AAV through the 2026-27 campaign, and rewarding him with the captaincy should help maximize the team's investment in the 28-year-old star.
Stone (foot) will suit up for Monday's Game 5 showdown with the Stars, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Stone may not be completely healthy, but with the Golden Knights facing elimination Monday, he'll stay in the lineup. The 28-year-old winger has seven goals and 17 points in 19 postseason games.
Stone (foot) was able to finish Saturday's Game 4 versus the Stars, but head coach Pete DeBoer had no update on the winger after the contest, Greg Wyshynski of ESPN.com reports.
The winger was hobbled after he blocked a shot from Joe Pavelski in the second period. Stone was able to return in the third period, but he appeared to be playing through the pain. The 28-year-old can be considered questionable for Monday's Game 5 at this point. He may try to gut it out -- the Golden Knights are on the verge of elimination, trailing 3-1 in the Western Conference finals.
Stone has been credited with a goal in Wednesday's Game 3 overtime loss to the Stars.
The third-period tally was originally credited to Alex Tuch, but it was determined Stone got a piece of the puck before it went in the net. That change gives Stone a two-point effort Thursday, and he's up to seven goals, 10 assists and 34 shots on goal in 18 playoff contests.
Stone recorded a power-play assist and fired three shots on goal in Thursday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Stars in Game 3.
Stone set up Shea Theodore for the Golden Knights' first goal at 3:49 of the third period. The helper snapped a four-game drought for Stone, who still hasn't found twine in his last seven outings. The 28-year-old winger has six tallies, 10 helpers, 33 shots and four power-play points through 18 appearances.
Stone posted an assist and two PIM in Tuesday's 2-1 loss to the Canucks in Game 5.
Stone had the secondary helper on Shea Theodore's second-period tally. Through five games against the Canucks, Stone has two goals and five helpers. He's been consistent throughout the playoffs with six tallies, nine assists and 23 shots on net in 13 contests overall.
Stone recorded three assists in Sunday's 5-3 win over the Canucks in Game 4.
Stone played provider for his linemates, setting up Max Pacioretty twice and William Karlsson once in the contest. There's been no stopping Stone in the series -- he's racked up two goals and four assists through four games. The 28-year-old winger has six goals, eight helpers, 23 shots on net and a plus-3 rating in 12 appearances.
Stone scored a power-play goal in Saturday's 3-0 win over the Canucks in Game 3.
Stone gave the Golden Knights some extra breathing room with his goal at 2:19 of the third period. He's tallied six goals with five assists, 21 shots on goal and a plus-2 rating through 11 playoff contests. Stone has three tallies and a helper in his last four outings, showing his trademark consistency for getting on the scoresheet.
Stone scored a goal on three shots, dished an assist and went plus-2 in Sunday's 5-0 win over the Canucks in Game 1.
Stone potted Vegas' third goal of the game and then supplied the primary assist on Max Pacioretty's third-period tally. Through nine games, Stone has been an excellent source of offense with five goals, five helpers, 18 shots on net and a plus-3 rating.
Stone scored a goal and went plus-2 in Tuesday's 4-3 win over the Blackhawks in Game 5.
Stone struck just 57 seconds into the second period to tie the game at two. The winger has four goals, four helpers and 15 shots through eight postseason outings. Expect the 28-year-old to continue scoring at a high pace in the second round.
Stone produced a shorthanded assist and three blocked shots in Saturday's 2-1 win over the Blackhawks in Game 3.
Stone set up William Karlsson for the Golden Knights' opening tally Saturday. Through six postseason games, Stone has three goals, four helpers, 10 shots and eight blocks. He produced 21 tallies and 63 points in 65 regular-season outings, and he's sustained that scoring pace in the playoffs fairly well.
Stone scored the game-winning goal and added an assist in Thursday's 6-4 round-robin win over St. Louis.
Stone's re-direct of a Nate Schmidt feed broke a 5-5 tie with 7:29 remaining in regulation and sent the Golden Knights to victory. Stone also picked up the lone assist on a Shea Theodore power-play goal in the second period, while leading all Vegas forwards in ice time (20:13). He now has two goals and two assists through the first two games of the playoffs.
Stone picked up a goal and an assist with two shots and three hits in a 5-3 win over Dallas on Monday in round-robin play.
Stone's tally midway through the third period brought the Golden Knights to within 3-2 and was the first of four unanswered Vegas goals. Stone also picked up a secondary assist on Chandler Stephenson's first-period goal. Stone appeared to be plenty healthy after missing the final five games of the regular season with a lower-body injury. The power-play mainstay had 21 goals in 65 regular-season games.
According to general manager Kelly McCrimmon, Stone (lower body) will be healthy enough to play if and when the NHL resumes its season, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Stone missed the Golden Knights' last five games prior to the league suspending play. At that point he was considered week-to-week with a lower-body injury, so the pause couldn't have come at a better time for him. The 28-year-old winger has had a fantastic year, racking up 21 goals and 63 points in just 65 games. He'll resume his duties on Vegas' top line and first power-play unit if and when the NHL resumes its season.
According to coach Pete DeBoer, Stone (lower body) is still considered week-to-week, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
DeBoer still believes Stone will be back in time to play a few regular-season games, but his return certainly doesn't sound imminent. Unfortunately for his owners, it doesn't sound like Stone will be back in time to contribute during the fantasy playoffs.
Coach Peter DeBoer said Sunday that Stone is considered week-to-week with a lower-body injury.
Stone was a scratch for Friday's game against Buffalo, and this news suggests he could miss a significant portion of time. DeBoer was hopeful that the team will have Stone back before the end of the regular season but didn't offer a guarantee on the matter. The 27-year-old will be a huge loss for the Golden Knights, especially considering he's racked up 21 goals and 63 points through 65 games this season. As long as Stone is sidelined, look for Reilly Smith to jump up to the top line.
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