Noesen signed a one-year, $925,000 deal with the Sharks on Friday.
Noesen spent most of last season with the Sharks, tallying six goals and eight points across 34 games. He should have a similar role in San Jose's bottom-six this season.
Noesen deposited a power-play goal on four shots and added three hits in Thursday's 3-2 loss to the Wild.
Noesen picked up his third point in two games, and also his first career power-play point. The 27-year-old winger is up to nine points, 66 hits and 65 shots on net in 37 contests this year, mostly in a fourth-line role.
Noesen scored a goal, dished an assist and went plus-3 in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Maple Leafs.
Noesen and linemate Antti Suomela each assisted on each other's goals in the contest. The two-point effort snapped an eight-game dry spell for Noesen, who now has eight points, 63 hits and 61 shots on goal through 36 games between the Sharks and Penguins. A fourth-liner, the 27-year-old winger probably won't produce enough to help fantasy owners.
Noesen scored a goal in Thursday's 6-3 win over the Oilers.
Noesen tallied at 12:31 of the second period for what would be the game-winning goal. His contributions to the offense have been few and far between this season -- the Texas native has just five goals in 25 appearances between the Sharks and Penguins.
Noesen potted a pair of goals and dished six hits in Monday's 4-2 win over the Ducks.
The 26-year-old has been limited to four tallies on 26 shots through 21 appearances between the Sharks and Penguins this season. Noesen has added 44 hits and a minus-4 rating, but an inconsistent role will likely keep fantasy owners away.
Noesen scored a goal on two shots and dished two hits in 10:16 during Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Blues.
Both of Noesen's goals this year have come against the Blues, and both happened in his debut with a new team. He's added 12 hits and 10 shots on goal in seven appearances between the Penguins and Sharks. Noesen is only three years removed from a 27-point campaign, but the 26-year-old would need a consistent role in the lineup to approach those numbers again.
Noesen was claimed off waiver by San Jose from Pittsburgh on Thursday, Sportsnets' Chris Johnston reports.
Noesen started the year with AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on a minor-league contract and then was signed by Pittsburgh in December to a two-way deal. The center played six games for the Penguins in which he tallied one goal, eight shots and 10 hits. With Noesen joining the club, the Sharks will likely only recall one of Dylan Gambrell or Noah Gregor, who were sent down to the minors for cap reasons Wednesday.
Noesen was placed on waivers by Pittsburgh on Wednesday, Sportsnets' Chris Johnston reports.
The move to waive Noesen is likely just in preparation for the league's upcoming roster freeze and to provide the club with some flexibility, especially considering the team is in the midst of a swing through Western Canada. Look for Noesen's reassignment to AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton to come ahead of the Christmas break and or him to remain with the club through its upcoming back-to-back against Edmonton and Vancouver on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
Noesen scored his first goal of the season and had two shots in Wednesday's 3-0 win over St. Louis.
Signed on Monday and in the lineup for the first time Wednesday, Noesen made an immediate impact with his new club. The 26-year-old banged home his own rebound to give the Penguins a 2-0 lead late in the second period, registering his first goal since last March. Noesen has played parts of five seasons with Anaheim and New Jersey, his best year coming in 2017-18 when he scored 13 goals and 27 points in 72 games with the Devils.
Noesen signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Penguins on Monday.
The injury-riddled Penguins are looking for forward depth, so they'll see what Noesen can bring to the table. Noesen has compiled 45 career points in 159 games between the Ducks and Devils.
The Stars released Noesen from a professional tryout agreement Sunday, Jeff Odom of the team's offical site reports.
Noesen played 41 games with the Devils last year, posting eight points and a minus-19 rating. He was looking for a resurgence in Dallas, but the team doesn't have room for him on the roster. With 10 days until the regular season, Noesen may look for another tryout elsewhere.
Noesen signed a professional tryout agreement with Dallas on Tuesday, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
The Stars are pretty loaded with young forward talent competing for minutes and already brought in veteran Scottie Upshall on a tryout, so the move to bring in Noesen is somewhat of a surprise. It could simply be a way to bring competition into the locker room for training camp, but it seems unlikely Noesen will take a roster spot over the likes of Justin Dowling, Joel L'Esperance or Adam Mascherin.
Noesen did not receive a qualifying offer from New Jersey ahead of Tuesday's deadline.
Noesen only appeared in 41 games this past year, managing eight points in those contests. The season prior, he collected 27 points but did so in 72 games. The 26-year-old missed a large chunk of last season with a lower-body injury. With New Jersey electing not to tender a qualifying offer to Noesen, he can now explore other opportunities on the open market.
Noesen scored a goal on seven shots in Friday's 3-2 shootout win over the Canucks.
It was his first point in five appearances since returning from a lower-body injury on March 5. Noesen has eight points in 32 games this season. His five hits Friday brought him to 77 for the year, but he will assuredly fall far short of the 27 points he posted in a breakout season last year.
Noesen (lower body) was activated from injured reserve Tuesday.
Noesen's presence in the active lineup should be a boon to a team that has been decimated by injuries up front. However, he's clearly a low-end special teams contributor averaging 12:10 of ice time, and it's anyone's guess how Noesen will perform after missing 24 straight games with his lower-body injury. It's best to watch him for a few games before possibly considering the winger for the fantasy playoffs.
Noesen (lower body) is expected to return Tuesday night against the Blue Jackets, Mike Morreale of NHL.com reports.
Pending his activation from injured reserve, Nosen will return after missing the last 24 games. Of course, New Jersey currently has more injured players than any other club, so we expect that it will take some time for the active roster to officially be set for Tuesday's contest. At any rate, Noesen is someone you can do without, as he's only generated seven points against a minus-7 rating through 27 games this season.
Noesen (lower body) might be available against the Blue Jackets on Tuesday, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Noesen has been skating with the team at practice, but continues to watch from the press box, though that could be coming to an end Tuesday. The center's return would likely allow the club to stop utilizing defenseman Egor Yakovlev as a forward and move him back to the blue line. In order to suit up, Noesen will need to be activated off injured reserve.
Noesen (lower body) won't suit up against the Flyers on Friday, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Noesen, who remains on injured reserve, will miss his 23rd consecutive game for a Devils team that has been crushed by injuries.
Noesen (lower body) will not be in action against Calgary on Wednesday, Chris Ryan of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Noesen has been out of the lineup since Jan. 8 against Buffalo, a stretch of 21 games on injured reserve. A bevy of injuries have effectively sunk the Devils' chances of making the postseason, so look for the team to be extra cautious when clearing guys to play. Youngsters Nick Lappin, Blake Pietila and Nathan Bastian figure to get extended looks with the infirmary bursting at the seams.
Noesen (lower body) isn't among the lineup additions for Tuesday's game against the Penguins, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Noesen was considered a candidate to rejoin the lineup after more than a month on the shelf, but it's Blake Coleman (upper body) who will make his return to the group instead. It's encouraging that Noesen is close to retaking the ice, though his seven points through 27 games don't lend themselves to fantasy relevance in most leagues.
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