Lowry tallied a goal in Thursday's 3-2 Game 5 defeat to the Blues.
Lowry ended a seven-game goal drought with his first marker of the postseason. The winger figures to continue filling a bottom-six role, but should provide depth scoring and decent mid-range fantasy value the rest of the playoffs.
Lowry scored a goal and tossed four hits in Monday's 4-3 overtime win over the Blackhawks.
The physical center is up to 211 hits this season to go along with 22 points (12 goals, 10 helpers) in 75 games. Lowry has also been strong at the dot this year, winning 58 percent of his faceoffs, which is good for fourth in the league among players with at least 500 draws taken.
Lowry had two goals and an assist in Thursday's 5-4 loss to the Islanders.
What a game. Lowry was living the dream, but he's just not fantasy fodder. The points snapped a nine-game drought. He now has 21 points (11 goals, 10 assists) in 73 games.
Lowry, who served a two-game suspension for high-sticking, potted his ninth goal of the year in an 8-1 win over the Hurricanes on Friday.
The goal, the 50th of his career, came with 19 seconds left in the third period, as Lowry didn't want to be left out of the fun his teammates enjoyed throughout the game. Lowry has 18 points in 63 games this season, but he has also tossed 186 hits. The physical center is skating on the third line, so his chances to produce offense remain limited, as does his fantasy appeal.
Lowry has served his two-game ban for high-sticking and is eligible for Friday's clash with Carolina.
Lowry figures to jump back into the lineup in a bottom-six role, which will likely see Par Lindholm relegated to the press box. The 25-year-old Lowry tallied just three points in his previous 10 games, but should still reach the 20-point mark for the third consecutive season.
Lowry was suspended two games Saturday for a high-sticking incident involving the Predators' Filip Forsberg, Stephen Whyno of the Associated Press reports.
That means Lowry will miss Sunday's game against the Blue Jackets and Tuesday's game against the Lightning. Then, he will be set to return for Thursday's contest versus the Hurricanes. Bryan Little will likely be moved back to center for these two contests to replace Lowry.
Lowry will face a league hearing Saturday for his high-sticking/slashing infraction against Nashville forward Filip Forsberg in Friday's game.
An on-ice official sent Lowry to the penalty box -- two minutes for high-sticking -- during the third period, but the NHL's Department of Player Safety will take a closer look at the play to determine whether supplemental discipline is warranted. Lowry has 185 hits and 31 PIM through 62 games this season, but he's not known as a dirty player.
Lowry managed a mere one shot on goal and two hits versus Minnesota on Tuesday.
Considering Lowry has put just three shots on net in his last five outings, it's pretty surprising to see he has three points over that stretch as well. Lined up with Brandon Tanev and Andrew Copp, Lowry and company constitute a checking line that won't be tasked with providing much in terms of offensive support.
Lowry has registered a mere three shots on goal in his previous seven contests.
Unsurprisingly given his limited opportunities, Lowry also is stuck in a seven-game goal drought. The winger has hit the 100-shot mark twice in his career and could do so again this season, but he will need to start picking up the pace soon. If the Missouri native continues to struggle, he could see himself facing a challenge for minutes from Nicolas Petan.
Lowry scored Winnipeg's lone goal in a 4-1 loss to Calgary on Thursday.
Lowry scored in his return following a two-game absence due to an upper-body injury. The 25-year-old has recorded just six goals and 11 points in 35 games this season, making him a risky fantasy option outside of deeper formats. A lack of power-play opportunities is a big reason for Lowry's standing as an iffy fantasy play, as the young forward has averaged just four seconds of man-advantage ice time in 2018-19.
Lowry (upper body) will rejoin the lineup against Calgary on Thursday, Paul Friesen of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Lowry's return -- along with that of Andrew Copp (undisclosed) -- will relegate Brendan Lemieux and Nicolas Petan to the press box. With 10 points in 34 outings this season, the 25-year-old Lowry could still challenge for the 30-point threshold this year -- a mark he missed by just one point in 2017-18.
Lowry (upper body) will miss his second consecutive game when the Jets clash with the Canucks in Vancouver on Saturday, Mitchell Clinton of the Jets' official site reports reports.
The Jets pride themselves on rostering an imposing cast of skaters, and not having Lowry or Andrew Copp (undisclosed) at their disposal changes the team dynamic a bit. Lowry is capabale of providing secondary scoring as well, as he's chipped in five goals and just as many assists through 34 games in a bottom-six role. Nonetheless, as noted by Clinton, there's hope that both players will be able to return Dec. 27 against the Flames.
Lowry won't play Thursday against the Sharks due to an upper-body injury, Brian Munz of TSN 1290 Winnipeg reports.
The severity of Lowry's injury remains unknown, but at this point he should probably be considered questionable at best for Saturday's clash with the Canucks. With Lowry unavailable, Nicolas Petan will draw into the lineup against San Jose.
Lowry notched an assist versus the Lightning on Sunday, his 100th career point.
Lowry shook off a five-game pointless streak with his helper against Tampa Bay. In 33 appearances this season, the 25-year-old has tallied 10 points and should be able to comfortably hit the 20-point threshold for a third consecutive year or possibly challenge for his career-high mark of 29 set during the 2016-17 campaign.
Lowry snagged an assist versus Vancouver on Thursday.
Lowry has points in back-to-back games (two goals and one assist), giving him four on the year. If the winger can keep up his current pace, he should be well on track to reach the 20-point mark for the third consecutive season and fourth time in his five-year career.
Lowry scored a pair of goals with four shots on net in Tuesday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Oilers.
Lowry snapped a four-game pointless streak with the scores, but he dished out 14 hits in that span to offer some consolidation to fantasy owners. The 25-year-old center logged 15:21 and has been kept out of a power-play role thus far, and he now has three goals through six games.
Lowry posted a team-high six hits in Sunday's 3-1 home win over the Hurricanes.
Lowry is able to deliver an abundance of hits thanks to his 6-foot-5, 210-pound frame, but even though he missed the scoresheet in this latest contest, the left-shooting center is still capable of making noise in the attacking zone. Last season, the middle-six contributor put up eight goals and 13 assists in just 45 regular-season contests. Lowry only has one goal as his lone point through five games, but he should round into form soon enough.
Lowry (undisclosed) is expected to play in Tuesday's contest against the Kings, Jason Bell of the Winnipeg Free Press reports.
Apparently Lowry's absence from practice Monday was nothing more than a maintenance day. The 25-year-old forward should assume his regular role centering a bottom-six line.
Lowry (undisclosed) missed Monday's practice.
The nature of Lowry's absence was not discussed in great detail, with head coach Paul Maurice claiming that the 25-year-old center is "fine". Lowry's status will likely be updated again prior to tomorrow's home contest versus the Kings.
Lowry notched a shorthanded goal in Thursday's 5-1 victory over the Blues.
Lowry simply outraced the defense for a loose puck, which he snuck past netminder Jake Allen. The winger figures to fill a fourth-line role throughout the upcoming season -- which limits his fantasy value -- but will see slightly increased ice time due to his inclusion on the penalty kill.
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