Wilson scored a goal and added three assists, one on the power play, in Sunday's 7-4 loss to the Flyers.
The Caps' top line of Wilson, Nicklas Backstrom and Alex Ovechkin got almost no help from the rest of the roster in this one, as Lars Eller's lone assist was the only point produced by a Washington player outside of that trio. Wilson has had an outstanding start to the season, scoring five goals and 12 points in 10 games, numbers more than good enough to allow him to keep his premium assignment even when players like Jakub Vrana (COVID-19) and T.J. Oshie (upper body) are back in action.
Wilson recorded a power-play assist, two shots and nine hits during Saturday's 4-3 overtime win against over the Bruins.
The helper extended Wilson's point streak to six games (four goals, four assists). The 26-year-old isn't spending as much time in the sin bin as he was earlier in his career, but he has emerged as one of the most well-rounded fantasy producers around.
Wilson tallied an empty-net goal, two PIM and three hits during Thursday's 6-3 victory over the Islanders.
Wilson made an impact after returning to the lineup having missed the prior two games with a lower-body injury. With four goals and seven points in five games, the 26-year-old winger should return to his all-around proficient ways as Washington gets the likes of Alex Ovechkin (COVID-19 protocols) and Evgeny Kuznetsov (COVID-19 protocols) back in the lineup.
Wilson (lower body) will be in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Islanders, Mike Vogel of the Capitals' official site reports.
Wilson came into the game deemed a game-time call, but he'll return to the lineup for the first time in two games. Prior to sitting out with the injury, Wilson was on a four-game point streak, racking up six points over that span. He'll return to a top-line role with Jakub Vrana and Nicklas Backstrom for Thursday's game.
Wilson (lower body) will be a game-time decision ahead of Thursday's clash with the Islanders, JJ Regan of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Wilson missed the club's previous two outings but could be back in action versus New York after slotting into a first-line role at morning skate, per Tarik El-Bashir of The Athletic. Prior to getting hurt, Wilson was on a four-game point streak during which he racked up three goals on eight shots and three assists.
Wilson (lower body) is not on the ice for pregame warmups and will not play Tuesday against the Islanders, Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reports.
Wilson was on fire prior to sitting out Sunday's game against Buffalo with the injury, rattling off six points over a four-game point streak. He dished out 22 hits over that span, too, so his absence will be felt in fantasy circles as well as on the ice. Wilson will have another chance to suit up Thursday (also on the road against the Islanders).
Wilson (lower body) will be a game-time decision for Tuesday's matchup with the Islanders, Samantha Pell of The Washington Post reports.
Wilson skated in his usual spot on the Capitals' second line during morning skate, so he can probably be considered closer to probable than questionable against the Isles. Either way, confirmation on the 26-year-old winger's status should surface prior to puck drop.
Wilson (lower body) was on the ice prior to Monday's optional practice, Samantha Pell of The Washington Post reports.
Wilson's return to the ice is an encouraging sign, but without a full practice, his availability for Tuesday's home game against the Islanders remains uncertain. With three goals, six points and 22 hits in his first five games, the 26-year-old winger will be a well-rounded fantasy asset once he is able to return.
Wilson (lower body) won't be in the lineup for Sunday's game against Buffalo, Tarik El-Bashir of The Athletic reports.
Wilson missed practice Saturday after getting hurt in Friday's game against Buffalo, and the 26-year-old is considered day-to-day. Wilson has gotten off to a hot start in 2021, racking up three goals and three assist through five games. His next chance to suit up is in Tuesday's game against the Islanders, and in Wilson's stead, Connor McMichael will make his NHL debut Sunday.
Wilson is considered day-to-day with his lower-body injury ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Sabres, Tarik El-Bashir of The Athletic reports.
Wilson didn't practice Saturday after exiting Friday's win over Buffalo with a lower-body issue, so at this point, he should probably be considered questionable at best for Sunday's rematch. Another update on the big-bodied winger should surface ahead of puck drop against the Sabres.
Wilson left Friday's game with a lower-body injury and will not return.
Wilson was shaken up in the second period and tried to return in the third but went to the locker room after just one shift. The team announced that he will be further evaluated Saturday, which means an update should be available before Sunday's rematch with Buffalo.
Wilson tallied a pair of goals and racked up a game-high 10 hits in Tuesday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Penguins.
Managers who have Wilson rostered in hits leagues have to be beside themselves with Monday's performance. In addition to his double-digit total in that category, Wilson also scored twice in less than three minutes late in the first period. The 26-year-old has three goals and two assists through the first four games of the season. Surprisingly, the rambunctious winger has only taken a single minor penalty in the same stretch.
Wilson scored the game-winning goal and added an assist in Friday's 2-1 win over the Sabres.
He was actually involved in all three goals on the night, as Rasmus Ristolainen's point shot early in the third period deflected off Wilson's leg before ruining Vitek Vanecek's shutout bid. The veteran winger redeemed himself about seven minutes later by firing home the winner from the top of the circle on his only shot of the night. Wilson has posted back-to-back 20-goal, 40-point campaigns despite not playing more than 68 games in either, so this season's shortened schedule might not put a big dent in his final numbers.
Wilson produced an assist and a game-high 11 hits in Friday's 5-2 loss to the Islanders.
Wilson's helper came on a dump-in during the first period that caromed oddly off the boards and straight to Alex Ovechkin, who tallied just 56 seconds into the game. After a slow start to the postseason, Wilson is heating up. The 26-year-old has a goal and two helpers in his last three games. Overall, he's added 19 PIM, 27 hits and six shots on goal through five contests.
Wilson scored the game-winning goal during Sunday's 2-1 win over the Bruins.
The Caps ended the round robin with a win thanks to Wilson, who beat the Boston defense to a loose puck and then flipped it top shelf over Tuukka Rask early in the third period. The goal was Wilson's first point of the postseason, giving him some nice momentum heading into a clash with the Islanders in Round 1.
Wilson tallied an assist, a plus-2 rating and two hits during Monday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Sabres.
The helper gives Wilson a respectable eight goals and 17 points in his last 28 games since the start of 2020 -- along with a paltry minus-10 rating. The burly winger is doing a better job of staying out of the penalty box in 2019-20 and is having a career-year offensively (44 points) to show for it, giving him a more well-rounded fantasy appeal than he has historically provided.
Wilson scored a goal on two shots in Sunday's 4-3 win over the Wild.
Wilson converted on a feed from Alex Ovechkin just 40 seconds into the third period. That goal would stand as the game-winner. Wilson's 21 tallies this year put him one shy of matching his career-high count from last season. The 25-year-old winger has a career-best 42 points to go with 238 hits, 148 shots and 79 PIM through 64 appearances.
Wilson scored a goal on six shots and laid down four hits in a 4-3 overtime loss to Montreal on Thursday.
Wilson scored a chippy goal with just 20 seconds left in regulation to force overtime and secure the Capitals one point in the standings. He's up to 18 goals and 39 points this season, one point away from matching the career high he set last season.
Wilson scored a power-play goal on four shots in Thursday's 3-2 win over Colorado.
Wilson scored on a deflection with 7:12 remaining to tie the game at 2-2. It was his first goal since Jan. 29, halting a personal five-game drought. Wilson has provided 17 goals and 38 points, along with 75 PIM, in 56 games this season. He's gunning for a second straight 20-goal, 40-point campaign, with his regular helping of PIM to boot.
Wilson scored on the power play and also tallied an even-strength assist in a 4-2 win over the Canadiens on Monday.
Wilson has points in four straight games and now has 35 points total, in 49 games. The rugged winger also dished out a pair of hits in Monday's win, bringing Wilson's season hit total up to 164. Considering he does a little bit of everything, the 25-year-old is a valuable fantasy commodity in all formats.
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