Silfverberg scored an empty-net goal and added an assist in Friday's 5-2 win over the Kings.
Silfverberg ended the year with a goal and four assists over his final three games. He had 43 points (24 goals, 19 helpers) in 73 games -- the third straight 40-point campaign for the Swedish winger.
Silfverberg produced an assist and two blocked shots in Wednesday's 3-1 win over the Flames.
The assist allowed Silfverberg to best his output from last season, with 41 points in 72 games this year. It's his second-best campaign in a seven-year career, and he's largely been unaffected by the dearth of scoring in Anaheim this season with his third straight 40-point campaign. He's earned 11 of his points on the power play and two more while shorthanded.
Silfverberg dished out two assists in Saturday's win over the Oilers.
Silfverberg's two helpers lifted him to 40 points for the third straight campaign, and he's already tied his career high in goals (23). The 28-year-old has struggled defensively this season with a minus-12 rating, but that can simply be attributed to the overall state of the Ducks this season.
Silfverberg found the scoresheet three times with an overtime goal and two assists in Friday's 4-3 overtime win against San Jose.
The three points give Silfverberg 13 in 12 games, as the Swede is averaging more than a point per game in the month of March. Friday's marker also happened to be his fourth game-winning goal in 2018-19, good for most on the Ducks. Through all the turmoil, Silfverberg's play this season has been one of the few bright spots in Anaheim's otherwise disappointing campaign.
Silfverberg scored the game-wining goal in the third period of Sunday's win over the Panthers.
Silfverberg has been the Ducks' hottest scorer lately, scoring for the fourth time in five games and six of the last nine. He's the rare player whose production has picked up after agreeing to a big contract extension, rather than prior to it.
Silfverberg scored for the third straight game, giving the Ducks their only goal in Thursday's 6-1 loss to the Coyotes.
Silfverberg has nine points in a seven-game point streak. He is up to 21 goals and 33 points in 63 appearances this season, along with 141 shots on goal after pumping out five shots Thursday. The Swedish winger is giving himself a chance for a third consecutive 40-point year.
Silfverberg scored his 20th goal of the season in a 3-2 win over the Predators on Tuesday.
It's the Swedish winger's third 20-goal campaign in seven seasons in the league. Silfverberg also has four goals and assists apiece over a six-game point streak dating back to March 3. The recent hot stretch has Silfverberg up to 32 points in 62 games this year.
Silfverberg provided an assist in Friday's 8-2 win over the Canadiens.
Silfverberg has two goals and four helpers during his four-game point streak. He led all Ducks forwards with 16:22 in the lopsided victory Friday, and now has 18 goals and 12 assists in 60 games. It's possible he reaches 40 points by the end of the year, and he could also make for a good DFS play for Sunday's game versus the Kings.
Silfverberg scored the opening goal and added a power-play assist in Tuesday's 3-1 win over the Coyotes.
He also had three shots on goal in the contest. Silfverberg has four points in two games, giving him 18 goals and 28 points in 58 outings this year. With the recent hot stretch, he could make for a value pick in DFS in Wednesday's game versus the Blues.
Silfverberg scored his 100th career goal as a member of the Ducks and 17th on the season in Sunday's win over the Avs.
It hasn't been a great season for Silfverberg, who has only 26 points on the season and has a whopping minus-18 rating. But netting a career milestone in a win still has to feel nice.
Eric Stephens and Josh Cooper of The Athletic confirmed Wednesday that Silfverberg has agreed to a five-year extension with the Ducks that will net him more than $5 million annually.
The team can't officially announce the contract until it sheds some salary to stay under the cap, but Silfverberg -- the Ducks' most attractive trade deadline piece -- looks to be heading nowhere. Silfverberg made it easier for the Ducks to justify the new deal by racking up four goals in his last four tilts, though he's in the midst of a down year with just 24 points through 51 games.
Pierre Lebrun of TSN (via Elliott Teaford of The Orange County Register) reports that Silfverberg and the Ducks have "essentially" agreed on a five-year deal, but the team can't announce it yet due to salary cap issues.
Silfverberg's recent play likely made the decision easier for the Ducks, as the 28-year-old Swede has knocked home four pucks in the last four games. Despite the recent flurry, he's on pace to fall short of the 40-point mark for the first time since 2015-16, when he notched 39. Silfverberg's minimized point total and minus-15 rating embody the Ducks' struggles as a team this season, though a hot streak could put Anaheim back in contention. With the expected deal, talks of Silfverberg being on the trading block can now be squashed. Official word of his extension should be on the horizon.
Silfverberg scored a power-play goal in Tuesday's 4-0 win over the Wild.
Silfverberg's tally ended up as the game-winner as well, his second of the season. Silfverberg has four goals in the last four games, and 16 scores in 51 games so far. It might be worth riding the hot streak for owners in deeper formats.
Silfverberg scored twice in a 5-2 win over the Capitals on Sunday.
Silfverberg had the go-ahead marker in the second period, and then capped a three-goal third period for the hosts. Silfverberg has 15 goals and 23 points in 50 games, but his minus-15 rating sets him back in leagues that count that stat.
Silfverberg was the only one to score in Wednesday's 1-0 win over the Canucks.
The goal came on one of his four shots, 6:30 into the first period on assists from linemates Devin Shore and Derek Grant. Silfverberg is up to 13 goals and 21 points in 48 games. Playing on the third line, Silfverberg has taken on a defensive role, recording eight blocks in his six games since returning from a lower-body injury.
Silfverberg (lower body) is no longer listed on injured reserve, per the NHL's official media site.
The move all but clears Silfverberg ahead of Anaheim's next game on Feb. 2 against the Jets. The 28-year-old had missed the Ducks' last four contests with a lower-body injury. While a move off IR does not guarantee Silfverberg will play Saturday in Winnipeg, expect an official update from the team on the Swede's status to come in the next day or so.
Silfverberg (lower body) is expected to begin skating soon, Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times reports.
While Silfverberg won't be available for the team's first-half finale Wednesday against the Blues, his return to skating puts him in a position to potentially return following the break. Skating marks the first step in his recovery, followed by a return to practice. The Ducks will likely take some time off before beginning prep for the start of the second half Feb. 2 against the Jets.
Slifverberg (lower body) -- who remains on injured reserve -- did not participate in practice Tuesday, Elliott Teaford of The Orange County Register reports.
Based on the fact that he's still listed on injured reserve and hasn't progressed to practicing with the squad, it appears Silfverberg will sit out at least through the All-Star break. Assuming that holds true, he will have more than a week of added rest to prepare for the start of the second half Feb. 2 against the Jets. The team hasn't released additional information regarding Silfverberg's status, though it's worth noting he was initially considered day-to-day before being placed on injured reserve. He's also set to become a restricted free agent following the season, so it's possible the team wants to ensure he's healthy in order to deal him before the trade deadline Feb. 25.
The Ducks placed Silfverberg (lower body) on injured reserve Wednesday.
This move comes as a bit of a surprise, as an earlier report indicated Silfverberg was considered day-to-day ahead of Thursday's matchup with the Wild. However, now that he's been placed on IR, the 28-year-old winger will have to miss the Ducks' next three contests at a minimum. Another update on Silfverberg's status should be released prior to next Wednesday's game against St. Louis.
Silfverberg (lower body) is considered day-to-day ahead of Thursday's matchup with Minnesota, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
A potential absence for Silfverberg would be a blow to an already decimated forward corps that will be without Ryan Kesler (lower body) for at least the next three games. If the 27-year-old Silfverberg is also sidelined, the already woeful Ducks offense (2.34 goals per game) will find scoring goals that much more difficult.
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