Dzingel signed a two-year, $6.75 million contract with the Hurricanes on Friday.
Dzingel had his best season yet as a pro in 2018-19, setting career highs in goals (26), assists (30), shots on goal (159) and game-winning goals (5) in 78 games split between the Senators and Blue Jackets. The 27-year-old should step into a middle-six role for Carolina in 2019-20, and could threaten the 50-point mark for a second straight campaign if he's able to lock down a spot on one of the Hurricanes' power-play units.
Dzingel scored his first goal of the postseason in Saturday's 4-3 loss to Boston, which now leads the series 3-2.
Dzingel had a fantastic season, but drew the ire of coach John Tortorella earlier in the series. He even found himself scratched. Dzingel has struggled in playoff matchups in the past, too -- he has just four points in 23 career games. Don't look here for fantasy help right now.
Dzingel isn't in the lineup for Saturday's Game 2 in Boston, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.
No injury has been mentioned in relation to Dzingel's absence, suggesting that coach John Tortorella is simply making him a healthy scratch. The trade deadline acquisition from Ottawa hasn't been earning much run in the playoffs, skating no more than 13:03 in any playoff game so far despite scoring 26 goals and 56 points in the regular season. Alexander Wennberg is taking over Dzingel's usual spot on the second line.
Dzingel notched two assists in Sunday's 4-0 win over the Sabres.
The 27-year-old now has three goals and 11 points in 18 games since being acquired by the Jackets at the trade deadline. Dzingel continues to see steady top-six minutes in Columbus, giving him an opportunity to chip in a bit more production before the end of the regular season.
Dzingel scored his 24th goal of the season in Sunday's 5-0 win over the Canucks.
With the tally, Dzingel has a new career high in goals. His scoring rate has decreased since being traded to Columbus, with eight points in 14 games compared to the 44 he had in 57 contests with Ottawa, giving him 52 points in 71 contests overall.
Dzingel (undisclosed) will play in Calgary on Tuesday, Brian Hedger of NHL.com reports.
The prized deadline acquisition has just one goal and six points since joining Columbus in late February. Dzingel will assume his usual top-six spot alongside Matt Duchene.
Dzingel (undisclosed) did not attend Monday's practice and could miss Tuesday's game in Calgary, Brian Hedger of NHL.com reports.
When asked to comment on Dzingel's absence from practice, head coach John Tortorella was coy with his response, telling reporters "I'm not sure. He's just a little dinged up. We gave him a day off." Columbus' bench boss stopped short of confirming Dzingel's status ahead of Tuesday's game against the Flames, but the winger should be considered questionable at best until more details are made available. Look for another update to surface Tuesday prior to puck drop.
Dzingel scored a goal and added two assists in Tuesday's 7-4 win over the Bruins.
The tally was his first in a Columbus uniform, and Dzingel now has six points in nine games for his new club. The 27-year-old has also reached 50 points on the season (23 goals, 27 assists) for the first time in his career, but the Jackets are hoping he's got more big nights left in the tank as they try to earn a playoff spot down the stretch.
Dzingel picked up an assist in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Penguins.
Skating primarily on the second line with Pierre-Luc Dubois and Oliver Bjorkstrand in his Blue Jackets debut, Dzingel wasted little time in proving his worth to his new club. The 26-year-old was putting together a career year prior to being traded, and while he might not see as much power-play time in Columbus that he was getting in Ottawa, the improved talent around him should ensure Dzingel stays productive down the stretch.
The Blue Jackets acquired Dzingel and a seventh-round draft pick in 2019 from Ottawa on Saturday in exchange for Anthony Duclair, a 2020 second-round pick and a 2021 second-round pick.
Dzingel will join Matt Duchene in Columbus, as the Senators, for the second time in as many days, completed a transaction with the Blue Jackets. The 26-year-old Dzingel should slot into a top-six role with his new team, potentially playing as soon as Sunday against Calgary. If Dzingel needs more time, Columbus' next game after that comes Tuesday in Washington. The winger is an unrestricted free agent at the end of this season and has 44 points -- a career high -- in 57 games in 2018-19.
Dzingel (coach's decision) won't play Thursday against the Devils, Gord Wilson of TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
Matt Duchene, Mark Stone and Dzingel will all take Thursday's contest in from the press box, as they're all expected to be moved prior to Monday's trade deadline, so there's no reason for the Senators to risk their health in a meaningless contest. If Dzingel is still with Ottawa, he'll almost certainly sit out Friday's clash with Columbus and Sunday's matchup with Calgary as well, but we'll circle back if anything changes on that front.
Dzingel scored the game-winner in overtime to lift the Senators to a 4-3 victory over the Jets on Saturday. He also added an assist.
Dzingel has 12 points (five goals, seven assists) in his last 14 games. He has already established a new career high in points with 43 and could hit the 60-point plateau this season. There's real value in that tally, as long as you can stomach Dzingel's depressed plus-minus. His minus-13 can be a significant drag on your roster.
Dizngel scored a goal and an assist in Tuesday's 3-2 loss to the Coyotes.
The goal was No. 20 on the year for the 26-year-old, leaving Dzingel three goals and three points shy of tying the career highs he established in both categories last season. While his overall production has been solid, he's been a lot more than that lately -- the winger has seven goals and 13 points in his last 11 games, offering some hope of a breakout second half.
Dzingel scored his team's third goal to salt away a 5-2 victory over Colorado on Wednesday.
Dzingel continues to make the most of the chances he's received in Ottawa's young lineup, scoring for the seventh time in eight games. Since Dec. 31, Dzingel has 10 points and six goals, so make sure he's active during this hot streak.
Dzingel scored in the third period Saturday, but that was all his team got in a 4-1 loss to San Jose.
Dzingel has scored in six of his past seven contests and has been a steady contributor all season. He's averaging three points in every four games for the year, and given the Senators' penchant to usually play high-scoring games, he's a good option in most formats.
Dzingel potted a pair of goals in Monday's 6-3 loss to Columbus.
Dzingel registered his first multi-goal performance since Oct. 8, giving him 15 on the year. The Illinois native is on pace for a career-high 56 points through the first half of the season.
Dzingel scored a goal and an assist in Monday's 4-3 overtime win over the Predators.
After getting an injury scare during the morning skate, the winger was cleared to play and played a key role in the victory, setting up Thomas Chabot for the game-winner just 21 seconds into extra time. Dzingel has been on a productive run, scoring three goals and eight points in his last 10 games, and his ice time continues to trend up -- after seeing more than 20 minutes only once in his first 27 contests, he's topped that mark three times in his last six.
Dzingel (undisclosed) will play in Monday's game against Nashville.
Dzingel suffered a minor injury in practice Monday but luckily it was nothing too serious. The 26-year-old has 12 goals and 23 points this season and is on pace to set new career highs for both of those categories.
Dzingel was injured during Monday's game-day skate and his status is in doubt against Nashville, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
With Matt Duchene (lower body) still sidelined, the Sens figure to dress seven defensemen if Dzingel is unable to give it a go. The 26-year-old has already racked up 23 points in 32 games this season and could challenge for his career-high 41 recorded last season -- assuming his potential absence isn't anything serious.
Dzingel posted two assists in Friday's 4-2 road win over the Red Wings.
Dzingel was a distributor on Chris Tierney's game-opening tally as well as his empty-net dagger with 18 seconds remaining in the contest. The former has increased his point-per-game average every year since his 30-game sample of the NHL in the 2015-16 campaign, with Dzingel currently up to 12 goals and just as many helpers this season.
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