Mantha came up with the game-winning goal on the power play in Thursday's 4-2 road win over the Canadiens.
Mantha slid over to the point on the man advantage and absolutely crushed a one-timer past Carey Price. It's a long season, but the 25-year-old currently has as many goals (six) as Maple Leafs wunderkind Auston Matthews.
Mantha was unstoppable Sunday evening, scoring all four of Detroit's goals in its 4-3 win over the Stars.
Mantha was a one-man show Sunday and has now collected seven points in the first two contests of 2019-20. He got his night started with a power-play marker in the second period that cut Dallas' lead to one and then added three more goals before the final buzzer, including the game-winner with less than a minute left in the third period. Suffice to say, Mantha belongs in your starting lineup and will look to stay hot Tuesday when the Red Wings host Ryan Getzlaf and the Ducks.
Mantha had a goal and two assists in a 5-3 win over the Predators on Saturday.
It was a big night for the Wings' first line, who all put up big numbers (Tyler Betuzzi had four points; Dylan Larkin had two). Mantha's game picked up at the end of last year and that continued into the World Championship in May. He'll need to maintain that kind of intensity this season to reap the reward at contract time. Mantha is on the last year of his contract and will become an RFA. Fantasy owners stand to gain a lot if he gets off to a hot start.
Mantha scored two goals -- including a power-play tally -- in Thursday's 4-1 preseason home win over the Blues.
There's never been any doubt about Mantha's scoring ability. He's produced 68 goals over 217 career contests, and the Quebec native's 57.9 Corsi For percentage proves that the team controls the puck extremely well when he's on the ice. Mantha is at his best when he plays physical and exudes a level of confidence that's expected from the first-round draft pick (20th overall, 2013).
Mantha has been suspended by the IIHF for one game for a high hit he delivered on Colin White during Tuesday's 3-0 win over the United States at the World Championship tournament, La Presse Canadienne reports.
Mantha has been one of Team Canada's best players during the World Championship, racking up seven goals and 12 points in seven contests, so his absence will undoubtedly be felt during Thursday's quarterfinal matchup with Switzerland. If Canada is able to prevail over the Swiss, Mantha will be eligible to return to the lineup for a semifinal game against Russia or the United States on Saturday.
Mantha finished with 48 points this season, which matched his total from the 2017-18 campaign.
The net-front scorer finished with one more goal (25) and a single assist shy (23) in comparison to last year's totals, though he mirrored his shooting percentage of 12.6. However, his rate of productive spiked, as he still matched that third-year plateau despite appearing in 13 fewer contests due to a broken hand that required surgery in December. Mantha's best stretch took place late in the season, as he poured on seven goals and just as many helpers over a six-game span playing alongside Dylan Larkin and Tyler Bertuzzi. If Mantha continues to adapt and learns how to be more consistent on a game-to-game basis, then it wouldn't be a stretch to think that he could be relied upon as a No. 2 fantasy forward in season-long leagues.
Mantha scored the Red Wings' only goal in a 7-1 loss to the Sabres on Saturday.
The goal was his 25th of the season. Mantha turned his game up to a boil in the last two weeks. He was held off the scoresheet just once in his last eight games and delivered 15 points (eight goals, seven assists). Mantha isn't quite this good, but there sure have been flashes of his great hands. His 48 points in 67 games project to 59 had he skated the full season. Maybe he can put it all together in 2019-20.
Mantha scored a pair of goals, including an empty-netter, on six shots during a 4-1 victory against the Red Wings on Tuesday.
The Red Wings have won six straight, and the top line is the sole reason why. During the winning streak, Mantha has seven goals and 14 points with a plus-10 rating. It looked like for a long time that Mantha wasn't going to match his numbers from last season, but because of this surge, he's now poised to set new career bests despite missing a chunk of the season. Mantha has 24 goals and 47 points in 65 games.
Mantha racked up three goals (two on the power play), two assists and eight shots in Sunday's 6-3 win over the Bruins.
Mantha tormented Bruins goalie Jaroslav Halak, scoring all three goals to counter the Bruins' offense before assisting on the final two tallies of the game. Mantha improved to 22 goals and 23 helpers in 64 outings. He's recorded 12 power-play points and 185 shots as well, and his point-per-game pace of 0.70 is the best of his career.
Mantha set up three goals in Thursday's 5-4 overtime win over Buffalo.
Mantha is riding a three-game, six-point streak that includes two goals and four helpers. He has managed 39 points in 62 games this season. It's middling production, especially for a guy with so much promise. Mantha does have value right now, though, so he could be a last-week waiver Hail Mary for you.
Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill maintains that Mantha should be fit to play in Thursday's game against the Sabres.
This information comes directly from the official Red Wings account, leaving us entirely convinced that Mantha will be ready to rock against the Sabres. The power winger needs to score once more to join the 20-goal club for the second straight season, but given his current pace, he likely would have fallen short of 30 goals even if injuries weren't such a factor in his third year as a full-timer at the top level.
Mantha (undisclosed) is expected to play Thursday against the Sabres, Dana Wakiji of the Red Wings' official site reports.
Mantha is dealing with a minor undisclosed injury ahead of Thursday's contest, but it shouldn't prevent him from slotting into his usual position on the Red Wings' top line and first power-play unit against Buffalo. Nonetheless, confirmation on the 24-year-old winger's status should surface prior to puck drop.
Mantha posted an assist with two shots, two hits and three blocked shots in Monday's 3-2 win over the Sharks.
Mantha has 36 points (19 goals, 17 helpers) in 61 games this season, losing time to a hand injury in December. He likely won't reach the 49 points he had in his breakout sophomore campaign, but the 24-year-old will likely have solid fantasy value for years to come as a top-six winger for the rebuilding Red Wings.
Mantha scored the game-tying and game-winning goals in a 3-2 overtime victory against the Golden Knights on Saturday night.
He came into the night with only one point (a goal) and a minus-6 rating in the last nine games, so the pair is a sight for sore eyes. Mantha has scored his points in bunches this season, so perhaps he can still end this season on a nice scoring streak. He has 19 goals and 35 points in 60 games.
Mantha is riding a five-game point streak comprised of two goals and six assists.
An illness threatened Mantha's availability for Saturday's game against the Coyotes, but the net-front scorer ended up dishing to Dylan Larkin on the man advantage for Detroit's lone tally. Even though the Red Wings are well out of the playoff picture, Mantha should continue averaging around 17 minutes of ice time per game, including action on the No. 1 power-play unit.
Mantha (illness) is now expected to play Saturday against the Coyotes.
This updates a previous report that said Mantha will miss the game due to being under the weather. While he's now projected to be in the lineup, the 24-year-old may not be at full strength, which could limit his minutes.
Mantha (illness) will not play Saturday against the Coyotes, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.
The Wings have already called up Christoffer Ehn -- a player lacking in Mantha's talent but with a knack for stuffing opponent lines -- from AHL Grand Rapids as a reinforcement option. Due to a broken hand that cost the brawny winger 15 games and this latest illness, Mantha undoubtedly will fall well short of his mission to score 30 goals this season; in fact, he's only accrued 16 goals and 31 points through 49 games as a fourth-year skater.
Mantha is in doubt for Saturday's matchup with Arizona due to illness, Ted Kulfan of The Detroit News reports.
Mantha is riding a four-game point streak in which he racked up two goals and five helpers. If the winger is unable to give it a go, Tyler Bertuzzi figures to be the leading candidate to get bumped up to the top line. If Thomas Vanek (hip) is also absent, the Red Wings may need to consider promoting a player from the minors.
Mantha scored his 16th goal of the season in Tuesday's 8-1 loss to the Canadiens.
Trailing by five, Mantha was able to put home a tap-in goal to spoil Carey Price's shutout bid in what was a terrible night overall for the Red Wings The 24-year-old winger continues to impress despite his team's ongoing struggles, scoring four goals and registering 11 points in his last eight games. For the season, Mantha has 16 goals and 31 points in 49 games.
Mantha posted four assists in a 5-4 overtime loss to the Blackhawks on Wednesday.
The 24-year-old picked up a helper on each of Detroit three third-period goals, and the Red Wings forced overtime. After his four-point night, Mantha is averaging more points per game this season than he did in 2017-18 when he set a new career-high with 48 points. However, he missed some games this season, so he's behind that pace at the moment. Mantha has 14 goals and 28 points in 46 games this season.
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