Hamilton scored a goal and an assist during Monday's 5-2 win over the Capitals in Game 6.
After being held scoreless in the prior two contests, Hamilton came up big to help keep the 'Canes alive. The blueliner now has three goals and six points through six games in the series, and Carolina will likely need him to be productive again Wednesday in Game 7 if the team is going to advance to the second round.
Hamilton recorded two goals -- including one on the power-play -- six shots, two hits and three blocked shots during Monday's 5-0 victory in Game 3 against the Capitals.
Hamilton has posted a whopping four goals and eight points over his last six games. The 25-year-old is coming on strong at the best possible time for the Canes and is a valuable fantasy asset for those in playoff leagues.
Hamilton picked up a power-play assist and went plus-2 in Saturday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Capitals in Game 2 of their first-round series.
Hamilton has six points over five games in April, including a pair of helpers in two playoff appearances. He registered 39 points in 82 outings during the regular season, but if the Hurricanes can't claw out of a 2-0 hole in the series, Hamilton's viability as a postseason fantasy option will be short-lived.
Hamilton scored two goals, one on the power play, in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Maple Leafs.
His second-period tally with the man advantage proved to be the game-winner, while Hamilton's empty-netter gave him a career-high 18 goals on the season. The blueliner will need to stay hot over the final two games to reach 40 points for the fifth straight campaign, however, as he's still three points short.
Hamilton notched an assist during Tuesday's 3-2 shootout win over the Penguins, giving him eight points in his last 10 games.
With just 10 points in his first 38 games as a Hurricane, it took awhile for Hamilton to really get going this season, but he's been much better from January on, with 22 points in his last 34 contests. Now with 32 points on the season, he could still hit the 40-point mark with a strong push down the stretch. Averaging roughly 20 minutes in ice time per night over his last 10 games (including 1:31 on the power play), Hamilton's fantasy value is one again on the rise.
Hamilton's second-period goal started the offense in a 3-0 over the Avalanche on Monday.
The goal, his 13th of the year, got him to 30 points for the fifth straight year. Hamilton added five hits and five shots in the contest, giving him 124 hits and 214 shots in 69 games. The blueliner has seen his point production dip in his first season in Raleigh, but he remains a solid fantasy asset.
Hamilton picked up an assist in an 8-1 loss to the Jets on Friday.
Hamilton has two goals and three assists in his last five appearances, while adding eight hits and 17 shots in that span. He's earned 29 points (12 goals, 17 assists) in 67 games during his first season with the Hurricanes, but he's at risk of falling short of 40 points for the first time since 2013-14.
Hamilton scored a pair of goals and added an assist in Tuesday's 6-1 victory over the Kings.
It's Hamilton's first multi-goal game in over a year, as his last such performance came all the way back on Feb. 17, 2018. Struggling for most of the season, the 25-year-old has recorded 11 points in his last 15 games. One of Hamilton's assists Tuesday came on a power play.
Hamilton had a goal and an assist in Sunday's loss to the Flames.
Hamilton had goals in both games against his former team, but his old Flames got the best of him both times. Hamilton now has 21 points (9-12), well off the pace that he typically set with his former club.
Hamilton posted a goal and an assist with a plus-4 rating in a 5-2 victory against the Canucks on Wednesday.
The last two games have helped Hamilton's value about as much as any two games could. He has two goals and three points with a plus-6 rating, two PIM and seven shots in those two contests. He'll have to keep this going much longer to truly turn around his disappointing season. Hamilton's playing fewer minutes and is behind his pace in every category from last season. He has eight goals and 19 points with a minus-7 rating in 2018-19.
Hamilton lit the lamp in Tuesday's loss to the Flames.
Hamilton fired four shots on goal in this outing, helping him break his seven-game goalless streak. The 25-year-old's converting on less of his shots than normal with a rate of 4.1 percent, which stacks up as the worst mark of his career by far -- he posted a rate of 5.3 percent in the 2014-15 season. Still, Hamilton's on pace to eclipse 10 goals for the fifth straight season.
Hamilton dished out a power-play assist in Tuesday's win over the Islanders.
After suffering an 11-game pointless streak, Hamilton has bounced back in a big way with points in four straight games (three goals, two assists). It has been a disappointing campaign for the 25-year-old, who is used to ending seasons in the 45-point range, but that's still within reach if he can maintain this recent upward trend.
Hamilton scored at even strength and fashioned a power-play assist in Thursday's 5-3 road win over the Flyers.
This was Hamilton's first multi-point effort as a Hurricane, with the defenseman effectively snapping an 11-game point drought. He continues to be a high-volume shooter -- 128 shots over 39 games -- but Hamilton's shooting percentage only stands at 3.1 compared to his much more tolerable career rate of 5.6 percent.
Hamilton extended his current scoring drought to eight games in Sunday's 5-3 win over the Bruins.
Hamilton was brought in via trade from Calgary during the offseason in an attempt to upgrade the Hurricanes' scoring from the back end. Sadly, however, that has not happened, as the Canes are currently tied with the Blues and Islanders for fewest points in the league from their defensemen (56). What's worse, in addition to not scoring, Hamilton also sports an ugly minus-13 rating (second-worst on the team), which suggests he is not taking care of business in his own end, either. He should remain firmly on your fantasy bench until further notice.
Hamilton went minus-4 with just a single shot on goal and no points in Tuesday's 4-1 loss to the Maple Leafs.
Ouch -- not a good stat line for the 25-year-old blueliner, who now has just 10 points through 29 games in his first season in Raleigh. Hamilton recorded at least 40 points in each of his past four campaigns, but he'll be lucky to hit 30 this year given his current pace. Given that the Canes remain one of the weakest teams offensively in the NHL, Hamilton's results should not come as too much of a surprise to anyone.
Hamilton notched a power-play assist in Saturday's 4-1 loss to the Islanders, just his third point in the last 10 games.
Hamilton has been a bit of a disappointment offensively since arriving in Raleigh. After recording a career-high 50 points just two seasons ago with the Flames, he will be lucky to hit the 30-point mark this season given his current pace (eight points in 23 games). The Canes are an improved team overall this season, but so far, Hamilton's fantasy value is heading in the opposite direction.
Hamilton failed to crack the scoresheet for the fourth consecutive game Thursday against the Blackhawks, giving him just two points in his last 10 contests.
Since being acquired from Calgary in the offseason, Hamilton has (so far) not been the offensive force he was expected to be. The 25-year-old blueliner recorded a career-high 50 points with the Flames two seasons ago, but he will be lucky to hit 30 points this season given his current pace. He's still seeing plenty of ice time, averaging about 20 minutes per game (including 2:27 on the power play) on the Canes' top defensive pairing alongside Jaccob Slavin, so all the ingredients are there for him to put up good numbers. Don't give up on him just yet.
Hamilton was unable to convert any of his seven shot attempts in Tuesday's 4-2 road loss to the Lightning.
Hamilton notched an assist in his Oct. 4 debut with the Hurricanes, and he's picked up two more helpers since then, but it has to be frustrating for the mobile defenseman to have come up empty on a team-high 29 shot attempts this season. In this latest game, Hamilton misfired five times at even strength and twice on the man advantage, so it's not like he's been deprived of Grade-A chances. Perhaps a bit of puck luck will help Hamilton get the monkey off his back as far as scoring is concerned, but the Hurricanes don't play again until hosting the Avalanche on Saturday.
Hamilton registered his first official point as a Hurricane in Thursday's season opener against the Islanders, assisting on Jordan Staal's third-period goal.
The Canes would eventually lose the game 2-1 in overtime, but it was a successful debut for Hamilton nonetheless, as he racked up five shots in addition to the helper. His ice time was surprisingly low at just 18:05, however, we would expect to see that number creep up to over 20 minutes per night as the season wears on. Overall, Hamilton is fitting in just fine with his new team, so there are no concerns here from a fantasy perspective.
Hamilton has been spending the preseason playing on the Hurricanes' top defensive pairing with Jaccob Slavin, averaging roughly 22 minutes of ice time per game.
The Canes pried Hamilton away from the Flames in June with the intent of making him their top offensive defenseman this season, and so far he seems to be jelling quite nicely in his new surroundings. In two preseason games, he has a goal and an assist along with 10 shots on goal and a plus-4 rating. The 25-year-old Toronto native has reached the 40-point plateau in four consecutive seasons, so there's no reason to think he won't do it again this year. For fantasy purposes, Hamilton is not an elite blueliner by any stretch, but he makes for a very good second-tier selection in most formats.
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