Scheifele will not be heading to Slovakia for the 2019 IIHF World Championship, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Scheifele set new career highs this season in goals (38), points (84) and power-play points (23), but couldn't prevent his team from falling in the first round of the playoffs. With two 80-plus point campaigns in his last three seasons, and the other being cut short by injury, there is little reason to doubt the center will get back to the 80-point mark in 2019-20.
Scheifele scored a goal and added an assist in Tuesday's Game 4 win over the Blues.
Scheifele picked his corner and wristed a shot past Jordan Binnington to tie the game in the third period and help sent it to overtime. In the extra frame, the Ontario native picked up a rebound and dished it to Kyle Connor, who was waiting on top of the crease to knock it home. Scheifele now has five points through four playoff games. The Jets tied the series 2-2 and appear to have the momentum as they head back to their home barn.
Scheifele earned an assist and a plus-2 rating with two blocked shots in Sunday's 6-3 win over the Blues in Game 3 of their first-round series.
Scheifele has three points and eight PIM in three games during the series, having gotten involved in a shoving match with Blues' defenseman Alex Pietrangelo late in the third period Sunday.
Scheifele scored a power-play goal and added an assist and four PIM in Friday's 4-3 loss to the Blues for Game 2 of their first-round series.
Scheifele's time in the sin bin didn't hurt the Jets -- Oskar Sundqvist's opening goal for the Blues came at 4-on-4 -- but Scheifele has now taken three minor penalties in two games. He had 38 PIM and 84 points in 82 regular-season games, so it's a little unusual to see him drawing the ire of the officials so frequently, not that fantasy owners will mind a little extra production outside of the scoring categories.
Scheifele posted two points -- a goal and an assist -- in Saturday's win over the Coyotes.
Scheifele tied his previous career high of 82 points in his last game, and he outright eclipsed it in the season finale to bring him to 38 goals and 84 points on the season. A large part of Scheifele's success is because of his work on the power play, where he has 12 tallies and 11 helpers this season. The Blues provide a tough postseason matchup, as they've allowed the least goals per game (1.74) since the calendar flipped to 2019.
Scheifele opened the scoring with his 37th goal of the season in Thursday's 3-2 overtime loss to Colorado.
Scheifele continues to improve on his career-high goal total, and he's now tied his career high in points, reaching 82 with one game to play.
Scheifele scored his 35th goal of the season -- on the power play -- in Wednesday's 3-0 win over the Ducks.
Scheifele now has three goals in his last four games, two of which have come with the man advantage. Sitting at 80 points, the 26-year-old needs only three more to set a new career high, so with nine games remaining, it's a safe bet Scheifele's 2018-19 campaign will soon be considered his best yet -- statistically speaking.
Scheifele scored his 34th goal of the season Saturday in a 2-1 win over the Flames.
He's now just three points from equaling his career mark of 82 points, set in 2016-17. Scheifele is a top-15 goal scorer and point getter in the entire league. You know what to do.
Scheifele recorded a power-play goal and two even-strength helpers in Thursday's 4-3 win over Boston.
Scheifele helped his team race out to a 2-0 lead in the first by playing a role in both goals, then assisted on a Jacob Trouba tally that broke a 2-2 tie in the third. The goal was Scheifele's 33rd of the season, setting a new career high. Scheifele's just two points short of reaching 80 points for the second time in three years, and only health kept him from doing so last season, when he performed at a point-per-game pace in 60 appearances.
Scheifele notched three assists in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Blue Jackets.
The center now has back-to-back three-point performances, giving him 75 points (32 goals, 43 helpers) through 65 games. Scheifele is rapidly closing in on career-best scoring numbers, and the 25-year-old figures to stay hot down the stretch with the Jets trying to hang onto the top spot in the Central Division.
Scheifele scored a power-play goal and added two assists in Friday's 5-3 win over the Predators.
It's safe to say Scheifele's slump, which coincided with the Jets losing five out of six games, is over. Scheifele has four points in his last two games, giving him 72 points in 64 contests this season. He's only 10 points back of his career-high 82, set in 2016-17, and the safe money is on him besting that mark in March.
Scheifele potted a goal and went plus-1 in Tuesday's game loss to the Wild.
Scheifele was in a brutal slump, going pointless with a minus-10 rating in five games before this outing. He got back to his scoring ways quickly with a goal 8:39 into the game. The Jets are now quite deep down the middle with the trade acquisition of Kevin Hayes from the Rangers, so Scheifele may benefit from less defensive pressure on himself.
Scheifele scored a pair of goals and added an assist in Tuesday's 4-3 win over New York.
A three-point night gives Scheifele six points in his last four games. On the year, he's up to 68 points in 57 games. The top-line center wasted little time making an impact Tuesday, scoring the game's first two goals to stake Winnipeg to an early lead. He added an assist on Joe Morrow's equalizer early in the third period. The Jets' forward led all skaters with six shots on goal.
Scheifele scored an empty-net goal with seven seconds left in a 3-1 win over the Sabres on Sunday.
Scheifele also assisted on Blake Wheeler's game-winner and went plus-2 with three shots on goal. Scheifele has 65 points in 55 games, but only three points over his last five contests. The recent dip in production is likely a just a blip on the radar for the star center.
Scheifele scored his 27th goal of the season in Thursday's 5-2 loss to Montreal.
Scheifele has just three goals in his last 11 games and five in 18 since Christmas. He still has 14 points in those last 18 games, so the overall production is there. But fantasy owners will be feeling the sting of his recent low goal total.
Scheifele recorded a pair of assists in a 4-3 shootout win over the Bruins on Tuesday.
Both of Scheifele's assists were of the primary nature and give the 25-year-old 61 points through 50 games. Averaging 1.20 points per game heading into the game against Boston, Scheifele remains on pace to set career highs across the board in 2018-19.
Scheifele set up Kyle Connor's goal to seal the win and found the empty net himself in a 4-1 triumph over Vegas on Tuesday.
Scheifele has now scored in six straight games and has returned to the top 10 in the league in scoring. He should easily top his career high of 82 points as long as he stays healthy.
Scheifele scored a goal in Thursday's 3-2 loss to Minnesota.
The Jets outshot Minnesota 14-0 in the third period but could only get a Scheifele goal with 2:38 left in the game, coming up one short of a comeback. Nonetheless, the marker was Scheifele's team-leading 24th of the season and gives him 54 points through 43 games. It's also worth noting that he finished Thursday's contest having logged an impressive 6:22 of power-play time, but unfortunately, the Jets were shut out on special teams, finishing the night 0-for-4.
Scheifele tallied a goal and three points in a 7-4 victory against the Avalanche on Tuesday.
The 25-year-old ended a mini-slump with an assist Sunday, but he broke out of his dry spell in a major way with three points versus the Avalanche. If he can stay healthy, Scheifele would be on pace for an incredible season. He has 23 goals and 53 points in 42 games. Scheifele is well on his way to his third straight point-per-game season.
Scheifele picked up an assist against the Stars on Sunday, bringing his four-game pointless streak to an end.
While he did manage to write his name on the scoresheet, fantasy owners will no doubt be concerned about the fact that the All-Star center managed just one shot on goal for a fourth straight contest. Still, the 25-year-old has already racked up 50 points on the year and remains on pace for a career best.
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