Strome scored twice and added a power-play assist in Monday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Jets.
Strome ended March with only a helper in his last seven games, but got April off to a hot start with the three-point night. He's up to 54 points (19 goals, 35 helpers) in 75 games between the Blackhawks and the Coyotes this season. He's picked up 16 of those points with a man advantage.
Strome recorded an assist in Thursday's 5-4 victory over the Sharks.
The helper ended a five-game point drought for the 22-year-old center. Strome has taken off with 45 points in 53 games with the Blackhawks after an early-season trade from the Coyotes. Overall, he's at 51 points in 73 games in a breakout campaign for the 2015 first-round pick.
Strome notched two assists in Wednesday's 5-4 win over the Maple Leafs.
The 22-year-old continues his remarkable turnaround. Strome now has 14 goals and 43 points in 46 games for the Hawks after managing only seven goals and 16 points in 48 career games for the Coyotes, and the third overall pick in the 2015 draft is establishing himself as a franchise cornerstone in Chicago.
Strome potted a goal in Sunday's 5-2 loss to the Sharks.
Strome has recorded at least a point in eight of his last 10 appearances. He had five shots on goal in Sunday's game. Strome has 46 points in 62 games this year, but he's earned 40 of those points in 42 skates with the Blackhawks. If he's still available, he's worth the add, as he's found instant chemistry with Alex DeBrincat on the second line.
Strome dialed in a power-play assist Wednesday, though he carried a minus-2 rating along with it in a 4-3 win over the Ducks.
Strome was the secondary distributor on the first of two goals for sophomore sensation Alex DeBrincat. Chosen third overall by the Coyotes in the 2015 draft, Strome has revived his career with the Blackhawks, as his 38 points (13 goals, 25 assists) are a whopping 22 more than he registered over parts of three seasons in the desert.
Strome scored a goal and two assists in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Red Wings.
The 21-year-old has been on fire for the last month, racking up six multi-point performances in his last nine games. Strome's addition to the Chicago lineup has given the club a strong second scoring line behind the Jonathan Toews/Patrick Kane duo, and the youngster now has an impressive 11 goals and 30 points in 32 games since coming over from Arizona.
Strome recorded a trio of helpers in Thursday's 4-3 overtime win against Vancouver.
Strome drew assists on both of Alex DeBrincat's goals -- one coming with the man advantage. His third helper came on Jonathan Toews' OT winner, giving Strome six points over his last three contests. Since coming over from Arizona, the 21-year-old has been a completely different player, averaging a career-best 0.80 points per game with the Blackhawks.
Strome dished out two helpers in Saturday's 4-3 overtime win over Minnesota.
The third overall pick in the 2015 NHL Draft had just 16 points in 48 career games with the Coyotes. Since his trade to Chicago, he's already racked up nine goals and 23 points in 29 contests, including nine over his last six games. Strome has turned his career around and has become a staple in the Blackhawks' offense.
Strome scored a goal and assisted on another in a 3-2 shootout win over the Islanders on Tuesday.
Both of Strome's points came with the man advantage, giving the 21-year-old 11 power-play points in 2018-19. With 12 goals and 27 points on the season, this is far and away the best we've seen Strome play in his young career and it appears, at least for the time being, that he's found a home in Chicago.
Strome scored a goal and two assists in Sunday's 8-5 win over the Capitals.
One of the helpers came on the power play. Strome has been running very hot and cold lately -- he has five multi-point performances in his last 12 games, totaling three goals and 13 points in those contests, but he only has a single point (a goal) in the other seven games. Overall, though, the 21-year-old's racked up a solid eight goals and 19 points in 26 games since the trade east from Arizona.
Strome tallied a pair of assists in Thursday's 5-2 win over Minnesota.
Strome has been a different player as a Blackhawk, tallying 11 points in 16 games since his trade from Arizona on November 25. The 21-year-old has been particularly hot of late with five points in his past two games. Strome, despite his team's record and collective struggles, is approaching must-start status.
Strome scored a goal and added a pair of assists in Sunday's 6-3 loss to the Panthers.
The three points give Strome nine in 15 games as a member of the Blackhawks. He played a part in every one of Chicago's goals Sunday, but it would still go on to lose 6-3, ending what had been a three-game win streak. Despite Chicago's ongoing struggles, Strome seems to have settled in nicely with his new team, playing on a line with Patrick Kane and Alex DeBrincat. Specifically, the young forward has taken advantage of scoring opportunities when they've come to him, posting a shooting percentage of 22.2 since joining his new club.
Strome redirected a Connor Murphy shot for a goal in Sunday's 7-3 home loss to the Sharks.
This was Strome's fifth goal and sixth point since the Blackhawks acquired him in the Nick Schmaltz trade with the Coyotes on Nov. 25. He's on a line with offensive gurus Alex DeBrincat and Patrick Kane, and there's no reason to expect the versatile third-year forward to hit the skids in the attacking zone with so much support around him.
Strome scored a power-play goal in Sunday's 3-2 loss to the Flames.
Since being acquired by Chicago, the 21-year-old has notched two goals and three points in four games and could certainly be a solid waiver add if he's still available in your league. Provided Strome continues receiving a regular shift with the man advantage, his fantasy ceiling should continue to rise over time. Meanwhile, the former Coyote saw 2:03 of power-play time in Sunday's contest and did his part by coming away with a goal.
Strome scored a goal and added an assist in Tuesday's loss to the Golden Knights.
Strome couldn't get production going this season with the the Coyotes, who picked him third overall in 2015, so he was dealt to the Blackhawks. The 21-year-old is off to a promising start with two points while logging 15:32 along with time on the power play. He'll look to continue the trend Thursday versus the Jets.
Strome will make his Blackhawks debut Tuesday against Vegas, Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports.
Chicago didn't run line rushes during Tuesday's morning skate, but the team is hoping Strome can take over as its second-line center now that Nick Schmaltz is no longer in the picture, so it wouldn't be surprising to see the former Coyote slide into a top-six role against the Golden Knights. The third overall pick from the 2015 NHL Entry Draft is also expected to get some time on the man advantage against Vegas, making him a sneaky value play in daily contests.
Strome has been traded to the Blackhawks, Scott Powers of The Athletic reports. Brendan Perlini also heads to Chicago with Nick Schmaltz going the other way, back to Arizona.
The 21-year-old has just three goals and six points in 20 games this season. Strome has struggled to adapt to the NHL since being drafted third overall in 2015, but a change of scenery could help the 21-year-old discover his game at the pro level.
Strome recorded a power-play assist and two shots while logging 14:01 of ice time during Sunday's 4-1 win over the Capitals.
Strome snapped a three-game point-less streak with his fourth point in 15 games. Toiling on the fourth line, the third overall pick from the 2015 NHL Entry Draft could struggle to gain quality minutes once Christian Dvorak (knee) returns to the lineup, but still has quality upside in dynasty formats while he continues to develop.
Strome pocketed a power-play goal in Wednesday's 3-2 shootout win over the Ducks.
Strome's goal was his first point of the 2018-19 campaign and it got the Coyotes on the board in the first period of Wednesday's win. The 21-year-old came into the season with just four goals and 10 points in 28 career games. However, his playing time could be in trouble when Arizona's forward group is fully healthy, including Alex Galchenyuk (lower body) and Christian Dvorak (lower body).
Strome (upper body) will take the ice Monday against the Ducks, Craig Morgan of The Athletic reports.
The Coyotes are still holding out hope that the third overall pick from 2015 will finally be able to contribute to the team. Fortunately this injury didn't turn out too serious, as it might have hurt his chances of making the team, let alone making an impact at the NHL level.
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