Coleman dished out a helper to go with five shots in Saturday's 4-3 overtime win over Florida, finishing the season with 22 goals and 14 assists in 78 games.
Coleman's best offensive season was accompanied by a career-high 71 PIM and a career-worst minus-19 rating. He remains under contract through the 2020-21 campaign at a team-friendly $1.8 million AAV.
Coleman scored a goal in Monday's win over the Sabres.
Coleman had a rough road in five games leading up to this contest with no points and a minus-8 rating. It didn't take him long to buck that trend with power-play goal just 1:55 into regulation. The 27-year-old winger now has 22 goals and 34 points on the season, although he's still plagued by a minus-16 rating.
Coleman (undisclosed) is healthy and will face Buffalo on Monday, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Coleman will skate on New Jersey's first line, hoping to put a stop to his slump, having gone five games without a point. For the season, he has found the scoresheet 34 times in 72 games.
Coleman will be a game-time call versus Buffalo on Monday due to an undisclosed issue, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Coleman is bogged down in a five-game pointless streak, but has already set career highs in goals (21), assists (13) and shots (195). If the Taxes native is unable to give it a go, Drew Stafford could slide up to the top line, while the Devils utilize Egor Yakovlev as a seventh defensemen.
Coleman finished off Wednesday's 6-3 win over the Oilers with a shorthanded goal.
The shorty gives Coleman three goals and a helper over his last three games, with two points coming down a man. Coleman is up to 21 goals and 13 assists in 67 games, and he's showed little hesitation to shoot, with 183 shots on the year. The physical forward remains a solid depth option in many fantasy formats.
Coleman scored his 20th goal of the year and added a helper in a 9-4 loss to the Flames on Tuesday.
For the first two periods, it appeared the Devils could beat one of the best teams in the west, but the Flames piled on six goals in the third period and Coleman's two-point outing was not enough. Coleman extended his career high in points to 33 in 66 games, and he's also up to 192 hits and 180 shots for the year. The versatile forward could make for a decent DFS pick Wednesday versus the Oilers.
Coleman logged an assist and three shots on goal over 22:40 of ice time and 2:02 of power-play ice time in Tuesday's shootout loss to the Blue Jackets.
Coleman's assist was one to watch. The Texas native gathered the puck from a sprawling defender, then faked a shot -- drawing the attention of three defenders and Sergei Bobrovsky -- and passed the puck through the slot to Travis Zajac, who scored the game-tying goal on a wide-open net. The assist was Coleman's first point since Jan. 28 against Pittsburgh, though he missed four games in that span. Since returning from an upper-body injury onFeb. 19, the 27-year-old has averaged 19:20 of ice time.
Coleman (upper body) didn't find the scoresheet, but dished out five hits and two PIM in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Penguins.
Coleman skated 12:27 in the contest, 3:54 lower than his season average entering the night. He's up to 158 hits in 56 games, and his 29 points this year are a career high for the third-year forward.
Coleman (upper body) will rejoin the lineup for Tuesday's home game against Pittsburgh, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Coleman has been out since Feb. 12 with an upper-body injury, and has finally been deemed healthy enough to return. The Devils will hope the 27-year-old can find his scoring touch, as he hasn't recorded a point in his last six games. Kurtis Gabriel will likely draw out of the lineup to make room for Coleman.
The Devils placed Coleman (upper body) on injured reserve Friday.
Coleman will be eligible to return to action Sunday against the Sabres, but there's no telling if he'll be healthy enough to suit up for that contest at this juncture. The 27-year-old forward has struggled recently, going scoreless while posting a minus-3 rating in his last six games, so the Devils will hope he'll be able to find his scoring touch once he's given the green light to rejoin the lineup.
Coleman (upper body) will sit out Thursday's contest with Chicago, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
It's not all bad news for Coleman and the Devils, as he took part in Thursday's morning skate. Coleman and his teammates will be travelling to Minnesota for another game Friday, which would be the next opportunity for the 27-year-old to get back in the lineup.
Coleman is day-to-day with an upper-body injury, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Coleman's injury prevented him from playing in Tuesday's loss to St. Louis and he was absent from Wednesday's practice, making him a doubt for Thursday's tilt in Chicago.
Coleman has an upper-body injury and won't play in Tuesday's game versus the Blues, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
The news surfaced as the Devils went out for warmups. Nick Lappin will enter the lineup and Joey Anderson will likely take Coleman's place on the second line. Coleman was pointless in six straight games entering this contest.
Coleman scored a goal and added a helper in Monday's win over the Penguins.
Coleman set up Damon Severson's first-period goal and rocketed one of his own past Matt Murray's blocker in the second frame. His production has come in waves this season, but the Texas native continues adding to his career highs with both 18 goals and 29 points through 49 games.
Coleman scored a goal in Tuesday's 5-1 loss to Columbus.
Despite the loss, Coleman extended his point streak to five games and now has seven points over that stretch. The 25-year-old's 17th goal of the season cut Columbus' lead to three late in the second period. That would be as close as the Jackets would get. At this rate, it might be time to give Coleman a chance on New Jersey's power-play unit.
Coleman scored two goals and an assist in Monday's 8-5 win over the Blackhawks.
He potted the Devils' first and last goals of the evening while helping set up a Travis Zajac tally in between. Coleman has found his way onto the scoresheet in four straight games and has five goals and seven points in his last six contests, and the 27-year-old has already established new career highs in goals (16) and points (26) on the season.
Coleman potted two goals -- one on the power play -- in Thursday's 5-2 win over Boston.
Both of Coleman's tallies came in the third period. The first goal gave his team a 3-1 lead and eventually turned into the game-winner, while the second was an empty-netter with the extra man. This offensive outburst came out of nowhere, as Coleman had just two goals since Nov. 17 and came into this one mired in a five-game point drought.
Coleman recorded a minus-2 rating and two shots in Tuesday's 7-2 loss to Toronto.
Coleman's gone cold of late, with just a goal, an assist and a minus-4 rating over the past eight games. If you're still holding onto him after a hot start, it may be time to check the wire for a replacement.
Coleman (illness) took warmups in preparation for Monday's road game against the Panthers, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Coleman should be good to go, despite the illness rendering him a game-time call. The third-year skater has seven goals, six assists and a plus-6 rating through 23 games.
Coleman factored in all three of the Devils' goals in a 3-0 win over the Flyers. He scored an empty-net goal and set up the first two scores.
Coleman has 10 points in 17 games, but eight of those have come in his last 10 games. He's in his late 20s and last year was his first full season. This level of production will be hard to sustain, but if he comes close to that pace, Coleman will be an exceptional value play in fantasy. Give him a try.
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