Jost will join up with Team Canada at the 2019 IIHF World Championship, Darren Dreger of TSN reports.
While Jost will miss the opening game of the tournament versus Finland on Friday, he should be available for the remainder of the competition. In addition to holding open two spots, Team Canada is also looking to bolster its roster following the loss of John Tavares (oblique). The 20-year-old Jost set career highs in assists (15), points (26) and shots (114) in 70 games this season. The Alberta native will push for a more consistent top-six role next year and should challenge for the 30-point mark.
Jost scored a goal on two shots and added two hits in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Sharks in Game 7.
Jost scored in three consecutive games, accounting for nearly half of the Avalanche's seven tallies in that span. He ends the postseason with four points in 12 games.
Jost scored a goal on three shots in Monday's 4-3 overtime win against the Sharks in Game 6.
Jost has scored in consecutive games, but only has three points in 11 games in the playoffs. He is seeing second-line minutes, which is likely responsible for his recent improvements on offense.
Jost scored a goal on two shots in Saturday's 2-1 loss to the Sharks in Game 5.
Jost's goal came on an odd bounce in front of Sharks goalie Martin Jones, which was the only puck to beat the netminder in the contest. Jost has only managed two points in 10 postseason games during this run, making the 21-year-old an unreliable fantasy option.
Jost picked up an assist in Friday's 5-2 loss to the Sharks for Game 1 of the conference semifinals.
Jost was held without a point in five games during the first round, but he was able to contribute to the offense with the helper on Gabriel Bourque's opening goal 2:10 into the game. Jost only has two assists in 12 career playoff appearances, but he's capable of heating up on short notice.
Jost dished an assist in Wednesday's 4-3 win over the Golden Knights.
The helper gave Jost 23 points (10 goals, 13 assists) in 65 games, one more point than he had through as many appearances last season. Jost also has 108 shots on goal, but with only 44 hits and 31 blocked shots, he isn't likely to move the needle in most fantasy formats.
Jost scored his ninth goal of the season in a 4-3 overtime loss to the Panthers on Monday.
Jost has done well in recent games, recording three goals and two assists in his last five outings. He had five shots on goal and two hits in Monday's contest. Jost is at 20 points in 51 games this season, giving him a good chance to exceed his career-high 22 from last year, but there are more productive options than this third-liner for fantasy purposes.
Jost scored a goal and two assists while posting a plus-3 rating in a 7-1 victory against the Jets on Wednesday.
His first assist came in the second period, but then Jost picked up another goal and an assist with the game already in hand during the third period. Regardless, Jost will take the points. He came into the night with just two goals, five points and a minus-6 rating in his 25 previous games. Overall, he has eight goals and 19 points in 48 games this season, which now puts him well ahead of his points per game average from 2017-18.
Jost recorded only one shot against the Maple Leafs on Tuesday, despite having logged 3:08 of ice time with the man advantage.
Jost was back in the lineup following a stint in the minors as well as an undisclosed injury. The 20-year-old needs seven more points to match his total from his rookie campaign and avoid a sophomore slump. The center's hold on a roster spot has been tenuous at best, so there is still a chance he could play some more games in the minors this season.
Jost (undisclosed) will suit up in Tuesday's home game against Toronto, Marc Moser of Altitude Sports 950 reports.
Jost was recently called up Monday, and will get a chance right away when the Avs take on the Leafs. It's unclear which line Jost will play on, but head coach Jared Bednar confirmed the 20-year-old will play center. The North Dakota product has just 15 points in 43 games this season, so it may be smart to take a cautious approach from a fantasy perspective with the centerman.
Jost (undisclosed) was summoned from AHL Colorado on Monday.
After being injured in an AHL game, Jost appears to be back to full health and ready to insert himself back into the Avalanche lineup. He last played in an NHL game back on Jan. 16. No official announcement has been made regarding his status for Tuesday's home game versus Toronto, so consider Jost questionable until more news becomes available.
Jost (undisclosed) is expected to return to the lineup Friday for the AHL's Colorado Eagles, Mike Chambers of The Denver Post reports.
Jost suffered an injury while playing with AHL Colorado on Friday, and the severity of the injury was uncertain. As evidenced by this news, all signs point to the 2016 first-round pick suiting back up in game action. However, it may be awhile before Jost gets the call to return to the big club.
Jost suffered an injury while playing with AHL Colorado and will miss an extended period of time, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
Jost was ushered to the minors after the Avalanche's last game of the first half and, unfortunately, won't make his return to the top club anytime soon. The 10th overall pick from 2016 has yet to fully realize his potential, but he's notched 15 points -- six goals and nine assists -- over 43 games this season and is still just 20 years old.
Jost was reassigned to AHL Colorado on Thursday.
Jost and Ryan Graves received demotions Thursday. Both are expected to dress Friday versus Bakersfield, and the possibility exists for at least one of them to return to the NHL following Friday's minor-league affair. The Avalanche's next game is Saturday at home versus the Kings.
Jost tallied a pair of goals in a 5-4 loss to the Sharks on Wednesday.
The two goals snapped an eight-game pointless streak. The 20-year-old also had no goals and just one assist in the last 15 games coming into Wednesday, so clearly, he was due for a big outing. With the long dry spell, though, Jost is no longer on pace to match the scoring numbers from his rookie season (12 goals and 22 points in 65 games). He has six goals and 13 points in 37 contest during 2018-19.
Jost will play on the Avalanche's top line when they face Los Angeles on Monday.
Jost has gone seven games without a point, but Colorado is hoping that moving him up the team's depth chart will help kickstart the struggling winger's game. Moving down the lineup will be team captain, Gabriel Landeskog. This line juggle comes on the heels of Colorado's fourth loss in as many games, with the team looking for anything to help it turn things around after posting a 2-6-2 record in the last 10 games.
Jost (head) will reenter the lineup Friday against the Jets, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
Jost has been activated from injured reserve. According to this latest report, Avalanche coach Jared Bednar will station him on the left wing opposite Marko Dano, with Vladislav Kamenev at the center spot. It's a third-line role best suited for checking specialists; the forward has only two points through his first 11 games, yet both his goal and assist took place on the man advantage.
Jost (head) will not suit up for Wednesday's matchup with Nashville, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
Jost will miss his fourth straight contest due to his head injury. Prior to getting hurt, the center was bogged down in a five-game pointless streak, as well as a seven-game goal drought. Even with his slow start to the season, the Alberta native still has a chance of topping his 2017-18 career highs (12 goals and 10 helpers) if he can get healthy.
Jost (head) is in contention to play against Nashville on Wednesday, per coach Jared Bednar, who told reporters, "Jost is moving forward. He's a possibility for us tomorrow, we'll have to wait and see."
Jost ditched the non-contact jersey for Tuesday's practice session, per Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic, an indication he has been cleared for contact. The center has missed the previous three outings due to his head injury and should be considered a game-time call versus the Preds. Before he can rejoin the lineup, Jost will need to be activated off injured reserve.
Jost (head) was placed on injured reserve Thursday, per the NHL media site.
Jost won't be available until at least Wednesday's clash with Nashville, so designating him for IR makes sense. The center was bogged down in a five-game point drought prior to getting hurt. Sheldon Dries and A.J. Greer were promoted in order to provide additional depth and are both expected to be in the lineup against Calgary on Thursday.
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