Morrissey collected an assist in Wednesday's 4-2 win over the Oilers.
Morrissey garnered a secondary apple on Kyle Connor's empty-net tally, effectively tying his career high in points (31). A heady defenseman with deft passing skills, Morrissey is making a strong case to command more than the $3.15 million AAV on his current two-year deal.
Morrissey provided a power-play assist in Friday's 4-0 win over the Golden Knights.
Morrissey set up Mathieu Perreault's second-period tally. Friday was Morrissey's second game back since an upper-body cost him four contests. The 24-year-old defenseman has reached the 30-point threshold for the second straight year. He's added 116 shots, 56 blocked shots and a minus-3 rating in 63 outings.
Morrissey (upper body) said he'll play in Tuesday's game against the Sabres, Ken Wiebe of The Athletic reports.
Morrissey has missed the last four games, but he logged a full practice Monday and relayed that he's ready to return. The 24-year-old blueliner has been clocking top-pairing minutes (22:53 per game) this year along with power-play time, and he's accrued 29 points -- 11 with the man advantage -- through 61 games.
Morrissey (upper body) will miss Saturday's road game against the Oilers, Ken Wiebe of The Athletic reports.
Morrissey will sit for a fourth straight game but remains day-to-day with an upper-body injury. His next chance to return now comes Tuesday, when the Sabres pay Winnipeg a visit.
Morrissey (upper body) may be ready to play for Saturday's matchup with Edmonton, Brian Munz of TSN 1290 Winnipeg reports.
While the news effectively rules Morrissey out versus Washington on Thursday, fantasy owners at least have a potential timeline for the blueliner to get back on the ice. Prior to getting hurt, the Calgary native registered four points in his previous seven tilts while averaging 21:38 of ice time. Once given the all-clear, Morrissey should get back to logging big minutes for the Jets, including rejoining one of the power-play units.
Morrissey (upper body) won't be an option against the Capitals on Tuesday, Scott Billeck of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Morrissey will miss his second straight contest due to his upper-body issue, though he is still considered day-to-day. Prior to getting hurt, the blueliner notched seven points, seven hits and six blocks in his previous seven outings. With the Calgary native sidelined, Anthony Bitetto and Tucker Poolman figure to continue holding down the third pairing.
Morrissey (upper body) is unavailable for Sunday's game versus the Sabres.
Morrissey took warmups but is unable to play in the cross-conference clash. Anthony Bitetto will enter the lineup in Morrissey's place. There should be an update on Morrissey's condition following the contest.
Morrissey registered an assist, two hits and a plus-2 rating in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Blackhawks.
Morrissey went exactly a month (11 games) without registering a point. The 24-year-old has 26 points, 104 shots on goal and a minus-5 rating in 55 contests. He's still on pace to beat last year's career high of 31 points, but perhaps not by as much as it seemed he would earlier in the season.
Morrissey opened the scoring for the Jets in their 3-2 win over the Canadiens on Monday.
Morrissey flung the biscuit around three defenders -- not including goalie Carey Price -- for his fourth goal of the season. He's a strong fantasy option given that he also has 20 apples through 41 games.
Morrissey picked up three assists, one on the power play, in Saturday's 6-0 win over the Wild.
It was the equivalent of a natural hat trick in helpers for the blueliner, as Morrissey was in on three straight goals by the Jets across the second and third periods. He continues to enjoy a big December, scoring a goal and eight points in nine games on the month.
Morrissey earned an assist against Philadelphia on Sunday.
Morrissey remains stuck in a five-game goal drought, though he has added two helpers over that stretch. The blueliner is on pace to top the 40-point mark and best his career-high total of 31 from last season. If he can reach that threshold, the 24-year-old will no doubt see his draft stock rise heading into the 2020-21 campaign.
Morrissey produced a goal and an assist with two PIM and a plus-3 rating in Tuesday's 5-1 win over the Stars.
Morrissey, who logged a team-leading 30 shifts, tallied his third goal of the season midway through the second period to snap a seven-game goal skid. He also helped set up a Kyle Connor goal. After scoring a career-high 31 points in 2018-19, Morrissey already has 17 points in 26 games this season despite a career-low shooting percentage (3.6).
Morrissey (lower body) will be in the lineup against San Jose on Wednesday, Scott Billeck of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Morrissey was given some time off from practice due to his lower-body injury, but he won't miss any games. That's good news for a Jets blue line that will be missing Nathan Beaulieu (upper body) for the next three games. The 24-year-old Morrissey is stuck in a three-game pointless streak and has been bumped from the top power-play unit in favor of Neal Pionk.
Morrissey suffered a lower-body injury during Saturday night's game against Columbus and will not return.
Morrissey logged 10:45 of ice time prior to his departure from Saturday night's contest. The injury occurred on a dump-in attempt that hit Morrissey, causing the Jets' blueliner to need assistance down the tunnel. Winnipeg does not play again until Wednesday, so Morrissey will benefit from a few extra days of rest. After the game, coach Paul Maurice indicated the defenseman would be okay, per Jim Toth of TSN 1290 Winnipeg.
Morrissey scored a goal in Thursday's 4-3 win over Florida.
Morrissey brought a seven-game goal drought to a close with his marker Thursday. The Calgary native leads the Jets' blue line with 12 points and should continue to serve as the focal point of the team's defensive scoring throughout the season.
Morrissey earned an assist on Mark Scheifele's game-winning goal over the Stars on Sunday.
Morrissey may be flying under the radar due to his six-game goal drought but has racked up four helpers and 15 shots over that stretch. The blueliner is on pace to top his career high from last season in which he recorded 31 points in 59 games. The 24-year-old will look to end his goalless streak versus Colorado on Tuesday.
Morrissey recorded an assist, five shots on goal, three hits and a minus-4 rating in Tuesday's 7-4 loss to the Ducks.
It wasn't the best of games for the top pairing of Morrissey and Tucker Poolman (minus-5). Morrissey at least made a decent physical impact. The 24-year-old now has eight points and 31 shots on goal in 11 games despite his minus-9 rating for the year.
Morrissey scored a power-play goal on six shots in Saturday's 2-1 win over the Flames.
The Jets had been knocking at the door all game, but Morrissey finally plowed it down with a point shot to beat David Rittich. The goal forced overtime, allowing Bryan Little to play hero in the Heritage Classic. Morrissey is up to seven points after his first goal of the year. He's added 26 shots on goal in 10 appearances while holding down a top-pairing position.
Morrissey collected a pair of power-play assists in a 4-2 loss to Arizona on Tuesday.
Up to six assists in six games, four of Morrissey's helpers have come with the man advantage. He continues to see a boatload of time on Winnipeg's power play, averaging 4:26 of power-play ice time through six games, suggesting Morrissey will be given plenty of prime opportunities to produce points in 2019-20.
Morrissey (upper body) will return to the lineup Thursday against the Wild, Scott Billeck of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Morrissey missed the last two games of Winnipeg's season-opening four-game road trip, but he's back in there for the home opener. He's the clear-cut top option on the Jets' new-look blue line, at least as long as Dustin Byfuglien (personal) remains away from the team.
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