Trouba notched an assist, six shots, six hits and three blocked shots in Tuesday's 4-1 loss to the Hurricanes in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Qualifiers.
Trouba made his presence felt in a number of ways, but the spirited effort didn't keep the Rangers' season going. It was the defenseman's first point in three games during the series. Trouba had 27 points to go with 173 hits, 128 blocks and 168 shots on net in 70 games in his first year on Broadway.
Trouba picked up two assists in Friday's 5-2 win over the Hurricanes.
He also added two shots, two hits, six PIM and a plus-2 rating to his ledger. Trouba had only one assist in his prior 12 games, so the production was a welcome sight, but he's still well off last year's scoring pace with seven goals and 26 points through 60 games.
Trouba had two shots, four blocked shots and four hits, along with a minus-2 rating in Sunday's 3-1 loss to the Bruins.
Trouba hasn't been bad in his first season with New York, but the Rangers were certainly hoping for much more when they traded for him and immediately bestowed a seven-year, $56 million contract upon the blueliner. He has only 24 points in 58 games after totaling a career-high 50 points for the Jets last season, and Trouba's minus-12 rating is his first negative mark in seven NHL seasons.
Trouba provided an assist, two hits and two blocked shots in Sunday's 2-1 loss to the Blue Jackets.
Trouba set up Brady Skjei for the first-period tally. He's been a bit cold on offense lately, with just four points in his last 10 outings. Trouba has added 28 hits and 23 blocks in that span. For the season, the Michigan native has 23 points, 118 shots on goal, 119 hits and 89 blocks through 47 appearances.
Trouba buried a power-play goal in Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Flames.
The defenseman fired seven shots on goal and added three hits Thursday. Trouba had just three helpers during a 10-game goal drought, which came in the last three games. The tally was also Trouba's 200th career point in his 448th appearance. For the season, the 25-year-old has 21 points, 100 hits and 104 shots on goal in 40 outings. That all adds up to one of the more well-rounded fantasy blueliners out there.
Trouba scored a power-play goal and picked up an assist in Sunday's 5-0 win over Vegas. He also contributed three blocks and three hits.
Trouba netted his fifth goal of the season in the second period, then added an assist just over three minutes later. He's now produced seven points (two goals, five assists) over his last six games. After a bit of a slow start to the season, Trouba is now sitting on 17 points through 29 games.
Trouba delivered two special-teams assists in Saturday's 4-0 victory over New Jersey.
One came on the power play, while the other came shorthanded. Trouba has been especially effective of late, delivering six points (two goals, four helpers) in his last six games. His 13 points in 25 games puts him on a solid, low-40 point pace. Trouba may have caught lightning in a bottle with 50 points in the 'Peg last season, as a lot of that production came on the power play. Watch him carefully -- Trouba's value will go higher if the Rangers' power play figures things out. He's averaging more than two-and-a-half minutes there.
Trouba scored a goal on six shots in Friday's 4-1 loss to Ottawa. He also had five hits and two PIM.
Trouba had not lit the lamp since his Rangers debut in the season opener, a span of 18 games between goals. He was acquired with the expectation of being able to provide offense after his career-best 50 points in 2018-19. However, it's also important to remember that his previous career-high had been 33 points. Trouba should eventually settle in and at least contribute 25-30 points, in the range of what he typically produced in his six years with the Jets.
Trouba (upper body) will play in Saturday's road game against the Panthers, Brett Cyrgalis of the New York Post reports.
Trouba took the ice for Saturday's morning skate, and coach David Quinn confirmed he's good to go. The 25-year-old is off to a slow start offensively this year with seven points through 17 games, but that can be partially accredited to starting just 39.2 percent of his shifts in the offensive zone -- he posted a 51.2-percent mark in the category en route to 50 points last year.
Coach David Quinn said Thursday that Trouba (upper body) is hopeful to play in Saturday's game against Florida, Brett Cyrgalis of the New York Post reports.
Trouba exited Thursday's contest after the second period, and as evidenced by this news, looked to avoid a serious setback. The defenseman was reportedly seen walking around the locker room without laboring, showing no signs of injury. Look for another report on Trouba's health leading up to the game, but for now, consider the blueliner to be day-to-day.
Trouba (upper body) won't return to Thursday's game against Tampa Bay.
It's unclear how Trouba picked up the injury, but he won't continue heading into the third period. The Rangers take a whopping 8-1 deficit into the third, so it's unclear if this is more of precaution or something serious. In any event, the team will roll with five defensemen, and expect an update on Trouba's status prior to Saturday's game against Florida.
Trouba recorded an assist in Wednesday's matchup with Detroit.
Trouba's tally ended a six-game pointless streak, though he remains bogged down in a 12-game goal drought dating back to Opening Night. Despite the slump, the blueliner remains on pace to reach the 50-point mark for the second straight season.
Trouba recorded a goal and two assists -- one on the power play -- in Thursday's 6-4 win over the Jets.
Trouba certainly looked deserving of his big contract in his Rangers debut. His goal was a top-corner snipe from the point just after a New York power play had expired. It looks like the majority of New York's offensive production will come from its top forward line, and Trouba's expected to share the ice with that group often.
Trouba agreed to terms on a seven-year, $56 million contract with the Rangers on Friday.
Trouba was acquired by New York from Winnipeg in June and has now tied himself to the club for the next seven years. With this deal, the 25-year-old becomes the highest paid blueliner on the Rangers and trails only Henrik Lundqvist ($8.5 million) and Artemi Panarin ($11.6 million) in terms of annual cap hit. Clearly, team brass believes the Michigan native can repeat his 2018-19 campaign, in which he set career highs in assists (42), points (50) and shots (162).
Trouba has filed for salary arbitration, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports.
Trouba had his best campaign yet as a pro in 2018-19, setting career highs in points (50) and shots on goal (162) while averaging nearly 23 minutes of ice time per contest in 82 appearances. The former Jet is definitely due for a raise on the $5.5 million he made last season, but it remains to be seen if he'll be able to procure one through negotiations with the Rangers or if it will require the assistance of a neutral arbitrator.
Trouba was traded to the Rangers in exchange for Neal Pionk and the 20th overall pick in the 2019 NHL Draft.
Trade rumors have swirled around Trouba all offseason after a terrific 50-point campaign this season. As a restricted free agent, the Rangers are technically acquiring his rights, but they have the cap space to retain him and a deal will likely be coming soon. The 25-year-old blueliner will have a similar role that he did in Winnipeg as a top-pair defenseman and a key member of the power play.
Trouba posted an assist and five shots in Sunday's 6-3 win over the Blues in Game 3.
Trouba was stymied in the first two games of the series before finally producing a little offense Sunday. He had a career-high 50 points in 82 games during the regular season, and is now partnered with Josh Morrissey on the top pairing for the Jets. Trouba's success as a two-way defender will likely play a critical role in the rest of the series.
Trouba scored a goal with four shots on net in a 4-2 victory against the Coyotes on Saturday.
The 25-year-old finished the season on a high note, posting two goals and 11 points in the final 11 games. Trouba has played six NHL seasons, and this was the first one in which he dressed for all 82 games. That helped him post a career-high 42 assists, 50 points and 162 shots on net.
Trouba lit the lamp on the penalty kill in Tuesday's loss to the Wild.
This was Trouba's first shorthanded goal since the 2015-16 campaign. He's picking up his offensive performance at the right time, as he has three goals and 14 points over 17 games since the beginning of March. Trouba has already soared past his previous career highs to mark seven goals and 48 points through 80 games, and a big part of those improvements have been 19 points coming with the man advantage.
Trouba finished Wednesday's 3-0 win over Anaheim with a pair of assists.
The defenseman got things started with a power-play assist in the first period, then Trouba found the assist column once again in the third period, picking up a secondary helper on Winnipeg's third and final goal of the evening. The top-pairing blueliner is up to 42 points -- a new career high that continues to climb -- in 73 games this season.
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