Sergachev penned a three-year, $14.4 million contract with Tampa Bay on Wednesday.
Sergachev set a new personal best this year with 10 goals in 70 outings on his way to a third straight 30-plus point campaign. The 21-year-old defenseman also notched 13 of his 34 points with the man advantage despite primarily serving on the No. 2 unit. Looking ahead to 2020-21, there is no reason to expect any sort of drop off from Sergachev, so fantasy players should be looking to pick him up in middle rounds, especially in formats that prioritize power-play points.
Sergachev scored a goal on five shots and added five hits in Saturday's 3-2 double overtime loss to the Stars in Game 5.
Sergachev potted the go-ahead goal at 3:38 of the third period, but the Lightning couldn't make that lead hold up. It was the Russian blueliner's third goal of the postseason, to go with seven helpers, 60 hits and 51 shots in 24 appearances. DFS managers may want to consider the 22-year-old for Monday's Game 6 given his large role on the Lightning's top power-play unit.
Sergachev had a pair of assists and four hits in Friday's 5-4 overtime win over the Stars in Game 4.
Sergachev helped out on Yanni Gourde's power-play tally in the second period and Alex Killorn's go-ahead goal in the third. The pair of assists snapped a six-game point drought for Sergachev. The Russian blueliner now has nine points (four on the power play), 46 shots and 55 hits through 23 games.
Sergachev scored a goal on four shots, added an assist and took 10 PIM in Friday's 5-3 loss to the Islanders in Game 3.
Sergachev had a hand in two of the Lightning's three goals, but it wasn't enough to help the team avoid its first loss of the series. The 22-year-old blueliner is up to two goals and five assists with 32 shots and 37 hits through 16 games. With his helper Friday coming on the power play, he now has three points with a man advantage in the playoffs.
Sergachev posted an assist, four PIM, three blocked shots and a plus-2 rating in Monday's 8-2 win over the Islanders in Game 1.
Sergachev had the secondary helper on Ryan McDonagh's first-period tally, which stood as the game-winning goal. The 22-year-old Sergachev has struggled with consistency in the postseason -- he's at just five points in 14 playoff games. The blueliner has added 12 PIM, 33 hits and 25 blocked shots.
Sergachev scored a power-play goal and added two assists in Wednesday's 7-1 victory over Boston. He also had four shots and four hits.
Sergachev unleashed a one-timer from the point early in the second period to push Tampa Bay's lead to 3-0. He also collected assists on power-play goals by Ondrej Palat and Alex Killorn, giving him a three-point night that put an emphatic end to his six-game scoreless streak. Sergachev had recorded just one assist in 10 playoff games prior to Wednesday.
Sergachev scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 5-3 win over the Bruins.
The goal came while shorthanded -- it was the first shortie of his career. Sergachev now has 10 goals and 34 points in 68 games. Those 10 goals are a career mark. He has four points in his last four games, but just five in his last 11. Sergachev saw his ice time leap to 28:20 because of Victor Hedman's injury. The season is long and games are getting tougher. But the young Russian could be in for increased opportunity if the veteran Swede is out for long. And that will result in points, what with so many offensive studs on the Bolts.
Sergachev picked up two power-play assists in Saturday's 4-3 win over the Flames.
It's the third-year blueliner's first multi-point effort since Dec. 19, and Sergachev had failed to find the scoresheet entirely in his prior five games. He's now tied last year's production with 32 points (nine goals, 23 helpers) through only 65 games, giving him a shot to top the career-high 40 points he scored the season before.
Sergachev produced an assist, two hits and two blocked shots in Saturday's 3-0 win over the Sharks.
Sergachev had the secondary helper on Steven Stamkos' second-period tally. The Russian defenseman is up to 26 points, 82 shots on goal, 77 blocks, 75 hits and 39 PIM in 52 outings. His point-per-game pace is nearly identical to his 40-point effort from 2017-18. Combined with solid non-scoring numbers, the 21-year-old makes for a solid choice in fantasy.
Sergachev notched an assist, two hits and went plus-3 in Friday's 7-1 win over the Jets.
Sergachev had gotten tangled up with the Jets' Gabriel Bourque on an earlier shift, but returned to help set up Alex Killorn's third-period tally. With the helper, Sergachev reached 25 points for the third straight season. He's added 79 shots on goal, 67 hits, 68 blocked shots and a plus-10 rating in 2019-20, which makes him an intriguing option for fantasy owners.
Sergachev scored a goal Thursday in a 4-0 win over Arizona.
Sergachev is seeing time on both special teams and developing into the type of top-pairing rock the Canadiens, his former team, only wish they had alongside Shea Weber. The 21-year-old's ascension continues -- he's strong offensively and plays with effective physicality. Sergachev has four points (one goal, three assists) and nine PIM in his last six games, as well as seven goals and 23 points in 43 games this season.
Sergachev (hand) is back in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Canadiens, Caley Chelios of the Lightning's official site reports.
Sergachev departed early toward the end of Tuesday's game against the Sabres after suffering a hand injury while blocking a shot. Fortunately, he should retain his usual role Thursday and will aim to continue on his early-season scoring pace, having racked up 20 points through his first 38 games played.
Sergachev picked up an assist and seven PIM in Tuesday's 6-4 win over the Sabres, but also blocked a shot with his open palm. He immediately went to the Lightning dressing room.
Sergachev was an absolute machine on the night -- his second-period fight finally woke his team up (they were down at the time). And his taunts riled the Buffalo fans. Sergachev's teammates called him the difference-maker in the game. But the shot block looked bad, and it's hard to imagine that Sergachev escaped serious injury on the play. So far, there are no updates on his condition.
Sergachev scored a power-play goal on his lone shot in Monday's 6-1 win versus Florida.
Sergachev picked up his second goal in the last three games when he struck late in the first period. It was his sixth goal of the season and gave him 19 points through 35 games. The 21-year-old should be able to not only eclipse the 32 points he produced a year ago, but challenge the career-high 40 he put up as a rookie in 2017-18.
Sergachev scored and added an assist Thursday in a 4-3 overtime loss to Dallas.
Sergachev had been scuffling offensively of late -- the points snapped a six-game point drought. But he still has 18 points in 33 games, a pace that should net him in the mid-40s in points by season's end. Sergachev is going to be an absolute stud.
Sergachev scored a power-play goal in Monday's 5-2 win over the Sabres.
After going 18 games without a goal, Sergachev has two in three games. The 21-year-old defenseman is finding his groove and has points in three straight. Sergachev also dished out a pair of hits in the win.
Sergachev scored a power-play goal and had two shots in Thursday's 4-2 win over Chicago.
The 21-year-old finally picked up his first goal of the year in his 19th game, opening the scoring for Tampa Bay late in the first period. With 10 points in 19 games this season, Sergachev is still on pace to settle in somewhere between the 40 points he had in 2017-18 and the 32 he tallied a year ago. That production rate will get a boost if a few more pucks start finding the back of the net.
Sergachev, who has one point in his last six games, may see increased ice time with Victor Hedman (lower body) day-to-day with an injury.
Sergachev is the logical choice to fill Hedman's skates on the power play, but Kevin Shattenkirk could also do the same. The young Russian's game continues to grow and evolve, and he remains a solid fantasy asset with high future value.
Sergachev picked up an assist in Saturday's 4-2 loss to the Senators.
Don't look now, but the point moves Sergachev into a three-way tie for the team lead in scoring with six points (all assists). It will likely be the only time the young Russian can say he led the team along with Steven Stamkos and Nikita Kucherov. Sergachev's game has really grown and it won't be long before he's flirting with the 50-point plateau. He's that good.
Sergachev picked up three assists to lead all Tampa Bay scorers Thursday night in a 5-2 win over Florida.
Check your wire just in case he's still out there -- he was overlooked in some formats because his offence took a step back in 2018-19. But Sergachev looks like the player we all saw at the World Championship -- the player who took his game to new heights. Yes, Kevin Shattenkirk's arrival complicates Sergachev's role on the second power-play unit. But with efforts like this, the talented Russian will be hard to keep out of that role.
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