Chiasson inked a two-year, $4.3 million contract with the Oilers on Monday, Mark Spector of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Chiasson had his best season yet as a pro in 2018-19, setting career highs in goals (22) and points (38) in 73 games with Edmonton. The 28-year-old winger's goal total will likely regress in 2019-20, but he should be able to crack the 30-point mark for a second straight campaign if he's able to hold onto his top-six role and a spot on one of the Oilers' power-play units.
Chiasson scored a power-play goal an added an assist in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Flames.
Chiasson entered the night without a point in five games, but he closed the season strong with the two-point effort against one of his former teams. He had a career year with 22 goals and 38 points in 73 games. Fifteen of his points came on the man advantage, and he added 85 hits and 123 shots on the year.
Chiasson bagged a pair of assists in Tuesday's 8-4 victory over the Kings.
Chiasson has picked up his offensive game of late, as he's racked up eight points in his last 12 outings. With his two-point night, the winger set a new career high (36), having previously earned his first 20-goal campaign. As long as he can hold onto a top-six role, the Montreal native should continue to offer top-end fantasy value down the stretch.
Chiasson recorded one assist and two hits in Saturday's 3-2 overtime win against the Coyotes.
Chiasson is on a modest three-game point streak, with a goal and two helpers in that span. He's accumulated 33 points in 62 games, just two shy of his career high from 2013-14. With 14 points on the power play, Chiasson can be a valuable depth winger in many formats.
Chiasson scored on the power play in a 6-3 loss to the Devils on Wednesday.
It's the first time the journeyman winger has 20 goals in a season. Chiasson is up to 32 points in 61 games this year, with 14 of his points coming with the man advantage. Chiasson is the Oilers' fourth 20-goal man this year, behind Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl, and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins. The winger has been used on three different lines this year, making his fantasy value somewhat volatile.
Chiasson picked up a power-play assist in a 3-2 overtime win versus the Rangers on Monday.
Chiasson has two goals and two assists in his last eight games, right in line with his 31 points over 60 contests this season. The 28-year-old winger has recorded 13 of his 31 points with the man advantage, making him an interesting add in deeper formats.
Chiasson lit the lamp in Saturday's win over the Blue Jackets.
He entered the contest on a 21-game goalless streak, but he shook off the slump with an insurance goal in the second period. While parked in the slot, Chiasson received a pass from Connor McDavid and quickly snapped it past Sergei Bobrovsky. Despite the cold streak, Chiasson still has a respectable 18 goals and 29 points through 56 games this season
Chiasson garnered a power-play assist versus Minnesota in a 41 win Thursday.
Chiasson may be bogged down in an 11-game goal drought, but he has managed to tally five helpers over that stretch, including three with the man advantage. The winger should continue to see time on the power play, where he is averaging 2:24 of ice time and has recorded 10 of his 24 points this season.
Chiasson (knee) has officially been activated from injured reserve. Expect him to play against the Kings on Saturday.
A relative unknown across the fantasy spectrum heading into the year, Chiasson has been a key special teams contributor for the Oilers. He's averaging 2:17 of ice time with five goals and an assist on the power play, and the Quebec native is also perfectly capable of helping out in a pinch on the penalty kill. His overall point total stands at 20 (16 goals, four assists) through 31 games.
Coach Ken Hitchcock revealed Friday that Chiasson (knee) will return Saturday against the Coyotes.
Chiasson will ultimately miss just three games following his placement on injured reserve. He's slated to work alongside Tobias Rieder and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins in his return to the lineup, looking to build on his 20 points -- including a career-high 16 goals -- through 31 games this season.
Chiasson (knee) has a chance to return to game action Saturday against the Kings, Jack Michaels of the Oilers Radio Network reports.
The Oilers have embarked on a four-game road trip, starting with Wednesday's clash against the Coyotes. Chiasson won't be fit to play in that one, but he's on track to be activated from injured reserve for the subsequent contest. This latest injury notwithstanding, it's been a terrific year for the Quebec native, as he's produced a career-high 16 goals to complement four more helpers over 31 games.
Chiasson (knee) will join the team for its upcoming road trip and is expected to hit the ice for Wednesday's game-day skate, Daniel Nugent-Bowman of The Athletic reports.
Chiasson was rolling prior to suffering his knee injury, as he racked up four goals and one assist in his previous six contests. The Montreal native will be replaced in the lineup by Joseph Gambardella.
The Oilers placed Chiasson (knee) on injured reserve Friday.
Edmonton has yet to release any details regarding a potential timetable for Chiasson's return to action, but he'll miss the next three games at a minimum now that he's been placed on IR. The Oilers recalled Kailer Yamamoto to round out their depth up front while Chiasson is on the shelf.
Chiasson (knee) will sit out Saturday's game against the Sharks, John Shannon of Sportsnet reports.
Chiasson missed Friday's practice due to the knee injury he suffered during Thursday's match versus the Canucks and will miss out Saturday for the same reason. The 28-year-old winger will sit out for the seventh time, with the Oilers needing to get creative to replace a guy who's averaged 0.64 points per game this year.
Per coach Ken Hitchcock, the x-ray Chiasson underwent on his injured knee following Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Canucks was negative.
Chiasson is apparently still in a great deal of pain, but it sounds like his injury likely won't keep him sidelined long term. The Oilers should release another update on the 28-year-old winger's status ahead of Saturday's matchup with San Jose, but he should be considered questionable at best for that contest at this juncture.
Chiasson won't return to Thursday's game against the Canucks due to an apparent lower-body injury.
Chiasson suffered the injury when he inadvertently blocked a shot from teammate Adam Larsson with the inside of his right knee. The Oilers and fantasy owners will both hope the 28-year-old winger isn't dealing with anything overly serious, as he's been on a roll recently, racking up five goals and seven points in his last eight games. Another update on Chiasson's status should be released prior to Saturday's game against the Sharks.
Chiasson recorded a power-play goal and an assist in Thursday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Jets.
Chiasson also tied his second-highest shot total of the season with four. He's ridden an unsustainable 30.2 shooting percentage to 13 goals in 26 games, already tying his previous career high in the category. While Chiasson's shooting percentage should slip moving forward, he figures to remain productive as long as he shares the ice with Connor McDavid and Leon Draisatil.
Chiasson picked up an assist versus the Flames on Sunday.
Chiasson was able to find Connor McDavid waiting at the back door, helping earn the win over Calgary with the lone goal of the night. As long as the winger can keep dishing pucks McDavid's way, there is little reason for new coach Ken Hitchcock to remove him from the top line.
Chiasson scored with the man advantage Thursday, helping his team hold off Los Angeles for a 3-2 win.
On one hand, Chiasson is up to 11 goals, one shy of matching his career high. On the other, three of his goals have come against Los Angeles in the past week, and he won't see the Kings again until January. That said, Chiasson being in a contract year seems to be bringing out the best in him, making the winger a decent flier if you need help in goals.
Chiasson scored both of Edmonton's goals during Sunday's 5-2 loss to Los Angeles.
Chiasson took it upon himself to ensure that Edmonton was not shut out in the one-sided loss. It was only the second multi-point game of the year for the winger, as the two goals put his season total to 10. Chiasson's highest goal total in a season is 13, a number that he seems likely to eclipse this year.
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