Pearson scored a power-play goal and added an assist on the man advantage as well in Thursday's 3-2 loss to the Predators.
Pearson's two-point night gives him four points over his past two contests and 26 in 79 games for the year. He also finished with the second-most ice time among Canucks forwards (18:10), trailing only Bo Horvat.
Pearson scored twice on seven shots, and went a plus-2 with two hits in Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Sharks.
Pearson has lit the lamp six times in his last 10 games, adding 27 shots on goal in that span. He has eight points in 17 games with the Canucks this year, and his season totals stand at 15 tallies and eight helpers across 78 appearances. Pearson also has a career-high 127 hits this year.
Pearson scored the shootout winner over Los Angeles on Thursday.
The tally was extra sweet for Pearson, as he scored the deciding goal over his former team. Pearson is playing on a line with Bo Horvat and Loui Eriksson, giving him a chance to rebound from his earlier struggles in Los Angeles and Pittsburgh. He's played 18:49 and 21:11 worth of ice time in the past two contests, respectively, and the winger has rewarded the Canucks with four goals and a pair of assists over his past nine contests. We could see him return to his 40-point form in 2019-20.
Pearson scored his 14th goal of the season on four shots and went plus-3 in Tuesday's 5-4 loss to the Ducks.
Pearson is up to 22 points in 75 games this season, a down year for the winger that hadn't posted less than 36 points since 2014-15. He's fired 110 shots on goal and added 120 hits, but the lack of scoring has limited his fantasy appeal.
Pearson scored twice on four shots and added a helper in Wednesday's 7-4 win over the Senators.
The Canucks' top line of Pearson, Loui Eriksson, and Bo Horvat was the driving force in the win, combining for 10 points. The three-point game doubled Pearson's point total since he joined Vancouver in a trade with Pittsburgh, and it gives him 13 goals and eight assists in 72 games for the year. He likely won't have time to match the 40 points he had for the Kings last season, as it's been a year filled with changes and challenges for the winger.
Pearson scored a goal on three shots in a 3-2 shootout loss to the Devils on Friday.
Pearson has accumulated two goals and a helper in eight games with the Canucks since a trade from the Penguins. Overall, he's scored 11 goals and added seven helpers in 69 games this season. He's also earned 115 hits, but the physicality isn't likely to be enough to earn attention from fantasy owners.
Pearson collected his first assist for Vancouver during Wednesday's 4-1 win over the Rangers.
Pearson has struggled mightily this season, having only 17 points to his name. He's getting more ice time in Vancouver (15 minutes per game) than he did in Pittsburgh (13:12) and Los Angeles (13:27). The point was just his second in seven games as a member of the Canucks, but perhaps as he gets more comfortable with his newest team, he can start producing at the level we know he's capable of.
Pearson scored a goal in Thursday's 5-2 loss to the Coyotes.
Pearson was recently acquired by Vancouver, and Thursday saw the 26-year-old put home his first goal in a Canucks uniform. He now has 16 points in 63 games this season, splitting time between LA, Pittsburgh, and now Vancouver.
Pearson will make his Vancouver debut in Wednesday's road game against Colorado, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet reports.
Pearson was acquired from Pittsburgh right at the trade deadline buzzer Monday, and wasn't able to suit up in the game that day. The 26-year-old has 15 points in 61 games this campaign. Pearson will suit up on the second line with Elias Pettersson and Brock Boeser and is expected to get power-play time on the second unit.
Pearson will not make his Vancouver debut Monday, Ben Kuzma of The Vancouver Province reports.
Pearson was acquired from Pittsburgh right at the trade deadline buzzer Monday. Vancouver hasn't announced when he'll join the team, but he could debut Wednesday in Colorado.
Pearson was traded by Vancouver from Pittsburgh on Monday in exchange for Erik Gudbranson, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports.
Pearson was expected to be the answer for the Pens as a scoring threat on Evgeni Malkin's left wing, but the 26-year-old's offensive struggles, 14 points in 44 games, led to him dropping to a fourth-line role. Without a clear spot in the lineup, general manager Jim Rutherford opted to bolster defensive depth after injuries to Brian Dumoulin (concussion) and Kris Letang (upper body) with the addition of Gudbranson.
Pearson saw just 9:03 of ice time against the Flyers on Monday.
Pearson's dip in minutes shouldn't come as a surprise considering he is struggling to produce. The winger has just two points in his last 12 outings and finds himself dropped to a third-line role following the addition of Nick Bjugstad. If the 26-year-old can't get his offensive game going soon, he could slide even further down the depth chart once Zach Aston-Reese (undisclosed) is activated off injured reserve.
Pearson scored a pair of goals in a 7-4 comeback victory against the Ducks on Friday.
The trade to Pittsburgh has worked wonders for Pearson's value this season. With the pair Friday, Pearson has three goals in the last two games and four scores in the last five contests. In 28 games with the Penguins, he has eight goals and 12 points, which is incredible considering he had zero goals and one assist in 17 contests with the Kings prior to the trade.
Pearson is struggling to produce offensively, as he is stuck in a four-game pointless streak.
After bursting onto the scene following his trade from Anaheim, Pearson has cooled off significantly, as he has just two points in his previous 14 contests. The winger's slump has seen him bumped from Evgeni Malkin's line, though he still finds himself playing alongside Phil Kessel. If he can start finding ways to distribute the puck to the Pens' all-star talents, he should be capable of racking up the assists.
Pearson found the back of the net versus the Stars on Wednesday and has goals in back-to-back games with the Penguins.
In just four games since joining the club, Pearson has already managed to produce more than he did in 17 games for Los Angeles this season. It would appear the change of coasts is serving the winger well -- not to mention getting slotted into a top-six role alongside Evgeni Malkin and Phil Kessel.
Pearson scored a goal and an assist in Monday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Sabres.
He also dished a team-high six hits and fired four shots. After a couple of scoreless games in a Penguins uniform following his trade from the Kings, Pearson finally made his mark, albeit in a losing effort. While he isn't a regular part of the power-play unit, the 26-year-old still has the potential for solid fantasy value as long as he continues to skate with Evgeni Malkin at even strength.
Pearson's move to Pittsburgh from Los Angeles in exchange for Carl Hagelin has officially gone through, the team announced Wednesday.
Pearson could get a look on the top line with Sidney Crosby or he could replace Hagelin straight up on Evgeni Malkin's line. The 26-year-old winger has managed just one helper in 17 games this season and is still looking for his first goal of the 2018-19 campaign. The Ontario native did hit the 20-goal mark back in 2016-17 and could do so again playing with some of the Penguins' top stars.
Pearson, reportedly, was acquired by the Penguins from the Kings on Wednesday, per Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Pearson will bolster Pittsburgh's left-wing depth, which has been lacking of late -- other than Jake Guentzel -- and should provide an additional depth scoring option. The Ontario native has yet to tally a goal this season and has just one assist in 17 games, which likely explains why the Kings were willing to offload him. While he may not start there, Pearson could see time playing on the top line with Sidney Crosby, which would certainly give him significant fantasy value as long as he remained in that role. Considering his $3.75 million cap hit, Los Angeles almost certainly had to retain some of his salary.
Pearson was held scoreless for the ninth straight game in a 4-1 loss to Minnesota on Thursday.
This isn't going according to plan for either Pearson or the Kings. He was supposed to take a step forward this year after back-to-back 40-point campaigns, but instead, he's done nothing since Opening Night. With Los Angeles playing some of its worst hockey in quite a while, it's a good idea to bench Pearson until he's out of this funk, and dropping him entirely isn't out of the question.
Pearson helped out on Tyler Toffoli's game-tying goal in the second period of a 3-2 overtime loss to San Jose on Friday.
Pearson seems to have picked up right where he left off a year ago by getting on the scoresheet with a helper. Assists were the source of 62.5 percent of his points last year in a 40-point season, and so far, he's off to a similar start in 2018-19.
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