Palat scored a goal, dished an assist and went plus-2 in Friday's 5-2 win over the Blackhawks.
While Blackhawks goalie Collin Delia held the Lightning at bay in the first period, Palat opened the scoring just 2:25 into the second. The Czech winger later assisted on a Stamkos insurance goal in the third. Palat has racked up three points through the first two games of the season, including scoring on both of his shots on net this season. A first-line gig in Tampa's strong offense makes Palat an attractive option for fantasy managers.
Palat potted a power-play goal on his only shot and added two PIM in Wednesday's 5-1 win over Chicago.
Palat scored the first goal of the Lightning's season, kicking a rebound onto his stick and slotting it past Blackhawks netminder Malcolm Subban on the power play. He was later whistled for goaltender interference to wave off another would-be Tampa Bay goal. After scoring 11 goals in 25 playoff games during Tampa Bay's run to the Stanley Cup last season, Palat will look to build on that success while featuring on the top line and No. 1 power-play unit.
Palat scored a goal on three shots and added three hits in Saturday's 3-2 double-overtime loss to the Stars in Game 5.
Palat was able to finish after receiving a pass from Nikita Kucherov. Palat dangled around Anton Khudobin to put away the Lightning's first goal of the game. The 29-year-old winger has racked up 11 goals, seven assists, 78 shots on net and 73 hits in 24 appearances, showing fantastic chemistry with Kucherov and Brayden Point on the top line.
Palat had an assist and three shots on goal in Friday's 5-4 overtime win over the Stars in Game 4.
Palat fed Brayden Point at 19:27 of the first period for the Lightning's first goal of the game. In the Stanley Cup Final, Palat has four points in as many games. The winger has racked up 10 goals, seven helpers, 75 shots and 70 hits through 23 postseason contests overall.
Palat registered a goal and an assist with three shots in Wednesday's 5-2 victory over the Stars in Game 3. He also had four hits and two PIM.
Palat gave the Lightning a 5-1 lead with 65 seconds left in the second period, knocking home a loose puck in front for his 10th goal of the playoffs. He had also drawn the secondary assist on Victor Hedman's power-play goal earlier in the period. The 29-year-old has struck for three points over the last two games and boasts 16 playoff points overall.
Palat scored a power-play goal on four shots and doled out six hits in Monday's 3-2 win over Dallas in Game 2. He also had four PIM.
Palat buried a shot from the bottom of the left faceoff circle to give Tampa Bay a 2-0 lead with 5:38 remaining in the second period. The goal came just after teammate Brayden Point had opened the scoring with the man advantage. It was the ninth tally of the playoffs for Palat, who tied for the team lead in hits Monday.
Palat scored a goal on a team-leading five shots and added an assist Sunday in a 4-1 win over the Islanders. He also contributed four hits and two PIM.
Palat scored the go-ahead goal at 11:54 of the second period, finishing off a pretty tic-tac-toe passing play with linemates Nikita Kucherov and Brayden Point. He also assisted on a Point goal early in the third period. Palat has recorded at least one point in eight of his last nine games, rolling up eight goals and three assists during that stretch.
Palat scored a power-play goal on three shots in Friday's 5-3 loss to the Islanders in Game 3.
Palat helped the Lightning work on a third-period comeback, but it wasn't enough to force overtime. All seven of Palat's postseason tallies have come in the last seven games. He's up to 11 points, 50 shots and 44 hits in 16 postseason outings.
Palat scored a goal, dished six hits and went plus-3 in Monday's 8-2 win over the Islanders in Game 1.
Palat finished off a slick pass from Brayden Point just 45 seconds after the Islanders' Nick Leddy scored in the third period. The tally was Palat's sixth of the playoffs, to go with four assists, 45 shots on goal and 39 hits in 14 contests. All but two of the winger's points have come during his current six-game point streak.
Palat scored a goal on a team-leading 10 shots in Monday's 3-2 double-overtime win over the Bruins in Game 5. He also added two hits.
Palat broke a scoreless deadlock with a deflection in the high slot at 4:21 of the second period. It was Palat's fifth goal in the last four games after having gone without a goal in his first nine playoff tilts. He'll take a five-game point streak (five goals, two assists) into the Eastern Conference Finals.
Palat scored two goals Saturday, including the game-winner, during the Lightning's 3-1 victory over the Bruins in Game 4 of their second-round series.
After going top shelf on Jaroslav Halak for the only goal of the first period, Palat ripped a one-timer past the Boston netminder midway through the second to give Tampa a 2-0 lead, and Andrei Vasilevskiy made sure it held up. Palat extended his postseason point streak to four games in the process, and the 29-year-old now has four goals and eight points in 12 playoff games. He'll look to stay locked in for Game 5 on Monday as the Bolts attempt to advance to the conference finals.
Palat struck for a power-play goal and assisted on another in a 7-1 win over Boston on Wednesday. He also had three shots on goal.
Palat opened the scoring with a howitzer of a one-timer from the right faceoff circle at 12:46 of the first period. He later assisted on the first of two Alex Killorn goals in the middle frame. Palat has reached the scoresheet in each of the first three games of the second-round series, totalling two goals and two assists with eight shots.
Palat score the game-winning goal on four shots in Tuesday's 4-3 overtime win over Boston. He also registered three hits and two PIM.
Palat picked a heck of a time to score his first goal of the playoffs, driving to the front of the net to stuff home a loose puck less than five minutes into extra time. Palat, a 17-goal scorer this season, had not found the net since the regular-season finale and was limited to a mere three assists in his first nine postseason tilts. Tuesday also marked the first time in the last four games that Palat was able to generate more than two shots on goal.
Palat (undisclosed) was a full participant during Sunday's practice, Stephen Whyno of the Associated Press reports.
Palat had yet to skate with the main group at practice until Sunday, evidencing his full return to the team. The 29-year-old should be considered ready to play when the Lightning open up the postseason on Aug. 3 in the round robin portion of the playoffs.
Palat (undisclosed) skated as part of the first group but was held out for the fully team practice Thursday, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports.
The fact that Palat was still skating likely means whatever is hampering him is minor, though the team won't be able to provide any specifics. Still, it will be something for fantasy players to monitor heading into the club's matchup with Washington on Aug. 3.
Palat posted an assist and four hits in Thursday's 5-3 loss to the Golden Knights.
The Czech winger is up to 38 points, 112 shots and 124 hits through 60 games this season. Palat could challenge for the 50-point mark by the end of the campaign -- if he gets there, it would be for the fourth time in his eight-year career.
Palat recorded an assist and two shots on goal in Monday's 4-3 overtime win over the Avalanche.
The helper snapped a five-game point drought for the winger. Palat is up to 37 points, 111 shots, 120 hits and a plus-26 rating in 59 games. He'll likely continue to operate in a middle-six role.
Palat picked up two assists and was plus-2 with one shot on goal in Tuesday's 4-2 win over Vegas.
Palat assisted on Tyler Johnson's go-ahead goal late in the first period and set up Alex Killorn's empty-netter in the final minute of regulation. Palat is now riding a four-game point streak and has nine points (two goals, seven assists) in his last seven games. With 14 goals and 21 assists on the season, he has already surpassed the 34 points he put up in 2018-19. Palat is one of several Tampa Bay forwards riding a heater and fantasy owners should be trying to get in on the action wherever they can.
Palat scored an empty-net goal, dished two hits and added two PIM in Saturday's 3-0 win over the Sharks.
Palat ended the Lightning's six-game road trip with two goals and five helpers in that span. He's up to 11 tallies, 33 points, 101 shots on goal, 106 hits and a plus-22 rating through 51 contests. After back-to-back disappointing years, Palat seems poised to return to the 50-point mark for the first time since 2016-17.
Palat tallied a goal and blocked two shots in Friday's 4-3 win over the Ducks.
The Czech winger made sure to get a goal in before January ended, opening the scoring at 4:07 of the first period. He's been pretty productive recently with eight points in his last 12 appearances. For the season, the Czech winger has 13 goals, 32 points, 104 hits and 100 shots on goal through 50 games. After missing the 40-point mark in the last two years, Palat seems poised to return to that level of production in 2019-20.
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