Hartman notched an assist and three shots on goal in Thursday's 3-2 win over the Sharks.
Hartman generated the primary helper on Ryan Suter's first-period tally. The 25-year-old winger has racked up six points in his last six games, a span in which the Wild have scored 26 goals as a team. Hartman reached the 20-point threshold for the fourth straight year -- he's added 109 shots, 69 PIM and 42 hits in 67 outings.
Hartman had a goal and an assist in Thursday's 7-1 win over Detroit.
Hartman has four points in his last two games following a 13-game stretch in which he produced just one point. The rugged winger doesn't hold much value in most formats due to his limited scoring ability, and one nice two-game stretch doesn't change that.
Hartman had a pair of assists and three shots on goal Tuesday in a 5-4 win over Columbus.
Hartman came into the night without a point in his last eight games before drawing assists on a pair of second-period goals by Mikko Koivu. The 25-year-old, already on his fourth NHL team, has seven goals and 16 points in 62 games in his first season with Minnesota.
Hartman scored a goal on four shots in a 4-2 win over Vancouver on Thursday.
Hartman banged home a Mikko Koivu centering pass midway through the first period, extending Minnesota's lead to 2-0. It was the seventh goal of the year for Hartman, whose four shots were the most he's had in a game since mid-November. The first-year member of the Wild has 14 points and 54 PIM in 53 games in 2019-20.
Hartman scored a power-play goal and added an assist in Saturday's 7-0 win over the Stars.
Don't get too excited about Hartman's power-play tally -- he produced the final score with that goal, as coach Bruce Boudreau let the fourth line take a spin with the man advantage. Hartman is up to 13 points, 73 shots on goal, 50 PIM and 28 hits through 48 contests. He's typically more physical than what he's shown so far, which fits his bottom-six role.
Hartman has just two points while averaging 13:01 of ice time in his past 10 contests.
The 25-year-old has brought his numbers down to five goals, 11 points and 65 shots through 43 games this campaign. Hartman has been known more for his solid two-way play to this point in his career, but it's alarming to see that he's only dished out 25 hits this year, not close to his usual pace of around 100 per season.
Hartman scored a goal and produced an assist in Thursday's 8-5 win over the Coyotes.
Hartman had a key role in the chaotic win, scoring to put the Wild up 3-2 in the second period. Many goals later, he assisted Ryan Suter's insurance tally in the third. The two-point effort puts Hartman at 11 points, 44 PIM and 52 shots on goal through 36 contests. He's got four points in his last six outings, but the 25-year-old doesn't typically do enough to justify a roster spot in fantasy.
Hartman potted two goals and five points while averaging 11:19 of ice time in 13 November games.
Hartman has been a staple on the Wild's fourth line this campaign, as coach Bruce Boudreau has used Hartman exclusively in a checking role. The 25-year-old has been solid on the defensive side of the puck also, racking up 18 hits and blocks with 35 penalty minutes this campaign. Even though Hartman is playing his bottom-six role effectively for the team this season, it's hard to count on him to provide any real season-long fantasy value.
Hartman scored his second goal of the season and had two PIM in Saturday's 4-3 win over the Coyotes.
Hartman ripped a one-timer from the high slot past Arizona netminder Darcy Kuemper to put the Wild ahead 4-3 early in the third period. It was only the second goal of the year for Hartman and it snapped his 13-game goal-scoring drought. The 25-year-old averages less than 13 minutes of playing time per night in a bottom-six role and can't be expected to provide more than 10-12 goals this season.
Hartman registered an assist and 17 PIM in Thursday's 6-5 loss to the Sharks.
Hartman had a helper on Eric Staal's second-period goal, but his biggest moment came when he received a major penalty for slashing Evander Kane in the third. Hartman also received a misconduct on the play. The winger only has three points and now 27 PIM in 16 games. It's unclear if the disorderly play will result in any supplemental discipline.
Hartman (undisclosed) registered one assist and had one shot on goal to go with a plus-2 rating in Saturday's 5-1 win over the Kings.
Hartman suffered an undisclosed injury Thursday against Nashville and sat out Friday's practice, but he was right back in the lineup Saturday and took a regular shift in a bottom-six role. The assist was only Hartman's second point in 11 games this season. He totaled 12 goals and 26 points in 83 games between Nashville and Philadelphia last season.
Hartman (undisclosed) will play in Saturday's game against the Kings, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
Hartman took a maintenance day Friday, but it looks like he's fine after participating in Saturday's morning skate. He's expected to stay on the third line. Hartman's offensive game has been unimpressive with just one goal and zero assists over 11 games, so he'll look to get something going against the league's 31st-ranked defense (3.80 GAA).
Hartman (undisclosed) was absent from Friday's practice after blocking a shot in Thursday's loss to Nashville, but coach Bruce Boudreau is hopeful the winger will be able to suit up Saturday against the Kings, Sarah McLellan of Star Tribune Sports reports.
Hartman is one of many Wild forwards off to a slow start, with just one point -- a goal -- through 10 games. Still, his grit would be missed by Minnesota against a Kings team that hasn't been much better than the Wild with a minus-10 goal differential through 10 games.
Hartman scored his first goal of the season in a 5-2 loss to Winnipeg on Thursday.
The goal was Hartman's first point of the season. Playing on Minnesota's fourth line and not known as a point producer, Hartman shouldn't be relied upon in fantasy leagues, outside of deeper formats.
Hartman had a shot on goal and a hit in 12:24 of ice time in Thursday's loss to the Predators.
Hartman begins the season on the fourth line and with a limited special-teams role (54 seconds of short-handed ice time Thursday). The former Blackhawks plays a hard-hitting game that will limit him to a bottom-six role.
Hartman signed a two-year, $3.8 million contract with the Wild on Monday.
Hartman's tour of middle America continues, as he moves to Minnesota after already playing for Chicago, Nashville and Philadelphia. Though he's been unable to rediscover the scoring touch he showed in a 19-goal rookie season for the Blackhawks in 2016-17, Hartman plays a hard-hitting game that fits perfectly in a bottom-six role.
The Stars will not extend a qualifying offer to Hartman ahead of Tuesday's deadline.
This news comes as a bit of a head-scratcher, as the Stars just traded Tyler Pitlick to Philadelphia in exchange for Hartman on Monday, but they evidently weren't comfortable with the fact that he would have arbitration rights that would allow him to argue for a higher salary had they sent him a qualifying offer. Dallas will, however, pursue Hartman as an unrestricted free agent, so there's still a chance that he ends up with the Stars in 2019-20.
Hartman was traded to Dallas in exchange for Tyler Pitlick on Monday.
As a pending restricted free agent, the Stars are technically just acquiring the rights to Hartman. The 24-year-old winger scored 12 goals and 26 points in 83 games between Nashville and Philadelphia last season; he was a key piece that sent Wayne Simmonds to the Predators at the trade deadline this past season.
Hartman posted 12 goals and 26 points with 74 PIM and 145 shots on net in 83 games this season.
Thanks to good timing with the trade between the Predators and Flyers, Hartman managed to play 83 games this season. Hartman averaged about 0.31 points per game with each team but posted a significantly worse plus-minus with the Flyers (minus-6 versus plus-7). He also racked up more PIM with Philadelphia, recording 30 PIM in just 19 games. Hartman will be a restricted free agent this offseason.
Hartman posted 14 PIM during the season finale loss to the Hurricanes on Saturday.
The 24-year-old received a game misconduct about halfway through the second period. That ensured Hartman posted his third straight season with at least 70 PIM. During 2018-19, he posted 12 goals, 26 points and 74 PIM in 83 games with the Predators and Flyers (Hartman picked up an additional game because of the trade).
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