Fedun was a healthy scratch for Sunday's Game 4 against the Golden Knights and is available moving forward, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
The Stars opted to stick with Joel Hanley on the third pairing and with two straight wins with that setup, Fedun may have trouble getting back into the lineup in Game 5 on Tuesday.
Fedun (undisclosed) will once again be on the shelf for Saturday's Game 4 versus Vegas, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Fedun will miss his fifth consecutive game due to his undisclosed injury. The Edmonton native has gone pointless in his previous 11 outings, so few fantasy players will even notice Fedun is out of the lineup. In his stead, Joel Hanley should continue to log minutes on the third pairing.
Fedun (undisclosed) was deemed unfit to play in Thursday's Game 3 versus Vegas, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Fedun will be on the shelf for his fourth consecutive game due to his undisclosed injury, With Stephen Johns (undisclosed) also sidelined, the Stars figure to utilize Joel Hanley in the third pairing alongside Andrej Sekera. Even once cleared to play Fedun is pointless in his last 16 outings and won't offer much in terms of fantasy value.
Fedun (undisclosed) has been deemed "unfit to play" in Tuesday's Game 2 versus the Golden Knights, Greg Wyshynski of ESPN.com reports.
Joel Hanley is expected to fill in on the third pairing for a third straight contest. It's still unclear what Fedun is dealing with, and there's no timeline for his return.
Fedun (undisclosed) has been deemed "unfit to play" in Sunday's Game 1 versus the Golden Knights, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Fedun will miss a second straight game with this mystery injury. His absence won't shake up the Stars' blue-line dynamic too much, as Fedun has averaged just 7:42 per game over 11 contests this postseason. Expect Joel Hanley to man the bottom pairing in Fedun's place.
Fedun will miss Game 7 versus Colorado on Friday due to an undisclosed issue, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Fedun's absence will likely go unnoticed by fantasy players considering he's gone pointless in 11 postseason appearances and has managed just 15 shots over that stretch while averaging 7:42 of ice time. With the Edmonton native unavailable,Joel Hanley will make his playoff debut Friday.
Fedun (undisclosed) will be available against Calgary on Tuesday, Mike Heika of the Stars' official site reports.
Even fully fit, Fedun is unlikely to get into the lineup versus the Flames as he projects as the team's seventh defenseman.
Fedun (undisclosed) was unfit to play in Wednesday's round-robin game versus the Avalanche, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
No reason was given regarding Fedun's status. He typically serves as a depth defenseman for the Stars anyway, so fantasy managers need not keep a close eye on his availability from game to game.
Fedun has not appeared for the Stars since Jan. 11.
He picked up two assists in five games with AHL Texas during a conditioning stint, but that's all the game action Fedun has seen lately. He's clearly the eighth defenseman on the Stars' roster -- don't expect to see him in the lineup unless injuries strike on the blue line.
The Stars recalled Fedun from AHL Texas on Sunday following his conditioning stint.
Fedun had been a healthy scratch for 10 straight games before heading to the minors, as the team wanted the blueliner to stay fresh. The 31-year-old suited up for the last five games in the AHL, recording two assists in that span. Fedun only has nine points in 27 games with the Stars this year, so even if he draws into the lineup for Sunday's game, it likely won't affect things from a fantasy perspective.
Fedun was sent down to AHL Texas on Tuesday for a conditioning stint.
Fedun has been a healthy scratch with the NHL club for the last 10 games, so this conditioning stint will allow him to get into some game action and stay fresh. The 31-year-old blueliner has nine points in 27 games this season.
Fedun could be spending more time as a healthy scratch going forward, as the Stars are carrying eight healthy defensemen on the roster.
According to Sean Shapiro of The Athletic, the Stars will likely have eight blueliners going forward. Fedun has already struggled to get playing time even with injuries to virtually all of the other defensemen at various points this season. When the team is fully healthy, Fedun is only good for defensive depth. He's amassed nine points, 40 shots on goal and a plus-3 rating in 27 contests, but his inconsistent role makes the 31-year-old a no-go for fantasy owners.
Fedun skated 9:47 in Friday's 4-1 win over the Red Wings.
Fedun entered the lineup for the first time since Dec. 20 in place of the injured John Klingberg (lower body). If Klingberg is out for an extended time, Fedun could see a regular spot in the lineup, although the Stars could opt to call up Joel Hanley from AHL Texas for defensive depth. Fedun has nine points and 37 shots on goal in 24 outings this year.
Fedun scored with two shots on net and two PIM in his first game back in the lineup during a 3-2 overtime loss to the Golden Knights on Friday.
With everyone healthy on the Stars' blue line, Fedun hasn't received much playing time. He was a healthy scratch for six straight games before Friday, but Fedun took full advantage of his opportunity against the Golden Knights. It will be interesting to see if he receives more playing time under new coach Rick Bowness. Fedun has two goals and nine points with a plus-3 rating in 22 games this season.
Fedun has been a healthy scratch in six of the last seven games.
Fedun saw a lot of action earlier in the season when the Stars had multiple defensemen hurt. Now that the team is at virtually full strength, Fedun is acting as a seventh defenseman. He's produced eight points in 21 games this year, but he won't be worth a fantasy roster spot given his inconsistent playing time.
Fedun registered an assist and two shots on goal in Thursday's 5-3 win over the Jets.
Fedun has a goal and an assist in his last two outings. The 31-year-old defenseman is up to eight points and 29 shots on goal through 20 appearances this season. It's modest production, and with just 11 hits and 16 blocked shots, he's not going to interest fantasy owners outside of deep formats.
Fedun scored a goal on three shots and had two PIM in Tuesday's 6-1 win over Vancouver.
The 31-year-old deposited his own rebound with just over six minutes left in the second period, staking the Stars to a 3-1 lead. It was Fedun's first goal of the season and only the seventh of his career in 119 NHL games.
Fedun managed an assist in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Avalanche.
Fedun's third-period shot was not trapped by Philipp Grubauer, allowing Corey Perry to pounce for a goal on the rebound. Fedun has done well with six helpers in 14 games this year from a limited third-pairing role. The 31-year-old may be pressed into a larger role with John Klingberg (lower body) expected to be on the shelf for two weeks.
Fedun put up an assist and a plus-2 rating in Tuesday's 6-3 win over the Wild.
Fedun had the primary helper on Alexander Radulov's second-period tally, which sparked the Stars' comeback. Skating on the third pairing, Fedun has provided a little offense from the blue line with five assists in 11 games. He was partnered with Joel Hanley in Tuesday's contest, as Andrej Sekera (undisclosed) was unavailable.
Fedun (face) was quickly able to return to Saturday's game against the Penguins, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Make it two Dallas blueliners who have returned after taking pucks to the face. Unlike teammate Esa Lindell, Fedun isn't sporting any extra facial protection.
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