Jenner registered two assists, three shots on goal, two hits and two blocked shots in Monday's 4-3 overtime win over the Senators.
Jenner has a tidy three-game point streak (one goal, three assists). The 26-year-old is up to 24 points, 158 shots, 104 hits and 68 blocks through 64 appearances this season. His physicality could provide some fantasy value in deep formats.
Jenner picked up an assist in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Flyers.
He also chipped in two hits, getting him to 100 or more for the seventh straight campaign. Jenner has two goals and four points in the last eight games, which counts as a hot streak for the veteran forward. He has 10 goals -- his fifth straight season in double digits -- and 21 points through 62 contests, and while he's a useful glue player for the Jackets, Jenner's fantasy value is marginal even in formats that count his production in categories other than raw points.
Jenner recorded a minus-1 rating and four hits in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Rangers.
Jenner's pointless streak extended to eight games, so the 26-year-old has made an effort to throw his body around to make an impact. His fantasy value remains quite low with just 17 points through 50 games, but he provides a solid floor in leagues that count hits (78) and PIM (32) as positives.
Jenner scored a power-play goal on three shots and picked up an assist in Tuesday's 4-1 win over Florida.
Jenner gave the Blue Jackets a 2-1 lead late in the second period and Columbus made that goal stand as the game-winner. Jenner also assisted on Zach Werenski's goal early in the third period for his second two-point game in the last 10 days. Jenner has eight goals and eight assists in 40 games.
Jenner has four goals and an assist with a minus-10 rating, eight PIM, 38 shots, 28 hits and 12 blocked shots through 17 games.
The 26-year-old has provided some occasional offensive sparks to begin the season, but Jenner's plus-minus is a disappointment for a player who's been above zero each of the last three seasons despite primarily filling a checking role. His struggles are as much due to the play of the team around him and a lack of steady goaltending as any failing on his part, so Jenner's numbers could improve later in the campaign if the Jackets begin to tighten things up.
Jenner scored two goals in Saturday's 7-4 loss to the Flyers.
He beat Brian Elliott late in the first and second periods, and the Jackets' third line of Jenner, Josh Anderson and Sonny Milano accounted for three goals and six points in total on the night. Jenner had a very slow start to the season but now has three goals and four points in his last four games.
Jenner has yet to score a point through six games this season.
The Jackets' No. 3 center has had a rough start to the campaign, stumbling to a minus-6 rating, but he does have 14 shots and has had a couple of scoring chances he wasn't able to convert. Jenner is currently skating with two talented rookies in Alexandre Texier and Emil Bemstrom, but as yet the kids haven't been able to spark the veteran's offensive game to life.
Jenner posted an assist in Sunday's 5-0 win over the Canucks.
Jenner is up to 36 points in 70 games this season, the fourth straight year he's eclipsed 30 points. In 10 March appearances, he has four goals and two helpers, showing off his steady production that has made him a decent addition in deeper leagues. Jenner also has 147 hits on the year, but will likely fall shy of a fifth 200-hit season this time.
Jenner scored three goals in Tuesday's 7-4 win over the Bruins.
His first came short-handed, his second proved to be the game-winner, and Jenner polished off his first career hat trick with an empty-netter. The 25-year-old has just 15 goals and 34 points through 65 games, but he adds plenty of fantasy value with his secondary contributions -- Jenner has 153 shots, 141 hits, 66 blocked shots, 40 PIM and a plus-4 rating on the season.
Jenner (illness) will lace up the skates Tuesday against the Bruins, Alison Lukan of The Athletic reports.
Jenner will wind up skipping just one game because of the injury and will work alongside Nick Foligno and Riley Nash in his return to the forward lines. The 25-year-old winger broke out of a four-game pointless streak in the game before his absence and he's in the midst of his best campaign since 2015-16, when he notched a career-high 49 points.
Jenner (illness) will not be in the lineup against the Islanders on Monday, Aaron Portzline of The Athletic reports.
Jenner won't make the trip to New York, but could still rejoin the lineup ahead of Tuesday's home clash with Boston. The winger reached the 30-point mark for a fourth consecutive season with his annual ceiling likely in the 35-40 range. Eric Robinson will slot into the lineup in Jenner's stead.
Jenner missed Monday's morning skate due to an illness, Aaron Portzline of The Athletic reports.
This development puts Jenner's availability for Monday's game against the Islanders into question. With Columbus on the playoff bubble, Jenner will surely do everything he can to suit up.
Jenner scored a goal and fired three shots on net in Saturday's win over the Penguins.
He opened the scoring early in the first period with a snipe past Matt Murray's blocker. Jenner's goal put an end to a four-game pointless streak while marking his 31st point of the season through 64 games. He currently sits just one point shy of last year's point total, which took him 75 games to achieve.
Jenner notched two assists in Tuesday's 3-2 loss to Montreal.
Jenner played a role in each of Columbus' two goals, picking up both a primary and secondary assist in Tuesday's road defeat. He's up to 28 points in 55 games this season, including seven over his last seven contests. Jenner also finished with a game-high five hits.
Jenner (undisclosed) will return to the lineup against the Lightning on Monday, Jeff Svoboda of the Blue Jackets' official site reports.
Jenner missed just one game due to his undisclosed issue, but appears ready to go. Prior to sitting out, the center managed five points in his previous five outings and will look to pick up where he left off versus Tampa Bay. The 25-year-old needs just four more points to hit the 30-point threshold for the fourth consecutive season.
Jenner (undisclosed) won't make the trip to Chicago for Saturday's game against the Blackhawks, Aaron Portzline of The Athletic reports.
Jenner is reportedly just "nicked up," so although his injury doesn't sound overly serious, it will cost him at least one contest. The 25-year-old winger will hope to heal up in time for Monday's matchup with Tampa Bay.
Jenner recorded a goal, an assist and a plus-2 rating Thursday against the Coyotes.
Jenner scored on his lone shot of the night, but he played a whopping 20:09 of ice time in a game that didn't require overtime. He's notched back-to-back two-point games since returning from an ankle injury, helping the Blue Jackets to consecutive victories following a five-game skid. Jenner owns 25 points in 50 games with Columbus this season and may be worth using in some season-long formats as well as daily if his price hasn't skyrocketed. However, it's worth noting that all of his production has come at even strength and Jenner remains omitted from the power play, so his upside is capped.
Jenner notched two even-strength assists in Tuesday's 6-3 win against the Avalanche.
After missing the past three games due to an ankle injury, the 25-year-old collected his sixth multi-point game of the campaign. Jenner looked to shake the injury off well, as evidenced by his 15:50 of ice time in the game. Jenner continues to be an average fantasy asset, growing his point total to 23 in 49 games.
Jenner (ankle) will suit up Tuesday in Colorado after taking part in warmups, Brian Hedger of the Columbus Dispatch reports.
Jenner will man his usual spot on the third line while fellow game-time decisions Brandon Dubinsky (lower body) and Ryan Murray (lower body) sit out. This will be Jenner's first game action since Jan. 19.
Jenner (ankle) "felt good" during Monday's practice but remains considered day-to-day, Brian Hedger of NHL.com reports.
While his status for Tuesday's game remains undecided, Jenner's day-to-day status should be seen as a good sign. If he doesn't dress versus the Avalanche on Tuesday, Jenner's next chance at a return will be Thursday in Arizona. He has missed Columbus' last three games.
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