Nylander scored a goal and an assist with two shots in Wednesday's 6-2 win over San Jose.
Nylander logged both of his points during the third period, scoring 91 seconds in for a 4-1 lead and assisting on a Patick Kane goal to make it 5-1 with 3:41 remaining. The former Buffalo first-round pick has produced 10 goals and 26 points in his first season with Chicago.
Nylander scored twice on four shots in Saturday's 8-4 win over the Flames.
Nylander picked off a pass and beat David Rittich for his first goal at 5:28 of the second period, resulting in the Flames changing goalies. Nylander would then tally the Blackhawks' sixth goal of the contest later in the period, essentially securing the victory. The 21-year-old snapped a six-game point drought with the effort and now has eight tallies and 19 points in 53 outings.
Nylander scored a goal and added an assist in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Jets.
Nylander had just one assist over his last 10 appearances entering Sunday. He and Erik Gustafsson assisted on each other's first-period tallies. Nylander now has 17 points, 66 shots on goal and a minus-6 rating in 46 games. The 21-year-old hasn't yet shown off his first-round pick pedigree, but perhaps this could be the start of more consistent play going forward.
Nylander scored a goal and picked up an assist with three shots in Thursday's 4-1 win over the Jets.
Nylander ended a 16-game goal drought when he opened the scoring just 59 seconds into the game, the first time he's lit the lamp since Nov. 16. He also assisted on Patrick Kane's third-period goal. The 21-year-old has been inconsistent offensively in his first year with Chicago, but he has chipped in with a modest four points in his last six games. Nylander was Buffalo's first-round pick in 2016, so he has the pedigree, but it hasn't yet clicked for him at the NHL level.
Nylander managed a power-play assist and two shots on goal in Tuesday's 5-1 loss to the Golden Knights.
Nylander delivered the primary helper on Dominik Kubalik's goal in the final minute of the contest. The assist snapped a personal six-game point drought for Nylander. He's up to 11 points and 50 shots in 30 outings. With a lack of non-scoring stats -- 12 hits, seven blocked shots, six PIM -- Nylander's not much of a factor in the fantasy game yet.
Nylander scored on both of his shots and was plus-3 in Saturday's 7-2 win over Nashville.
Nylander scored back-to-back goals late in the third period, his third and fourth tallies of the season. The 21-year-old was stuck in a lengthy goal drought, having gone his previous 14 games without lighting the lamp. The eighth overall pick in 2016, Nylander has plenty of upside but hasn't yet put it all together i the NHL.
Nylander had two assists and added two shots with a plus-2 rating in a 5-3 loss to Washington on Sunday.
The 21-year-old set up goals by Drake Caggiula and Patrick Kane for his first multi-point outing as a Blackhawk. The former Buffalo first-rounder is off to a fairly productive start with his new organization, collecting two goals and two assists in his first five games. He had six points in 19 career games over parts of three seasons with the Sabres and is looking to revitalize his career. He was drafted eighth overall by Buffalo in 2016.
Nylander scored a goal on two shots in Monday's 3-1 win over the Oilers.
Nylander's third-period tally became more important when James Neal got the Oilers on the board later in the frame. The tally was Nylander's second of the year in three games. The first-round pick from 2016 will need to continue to produce offense to move up the lineup before he becomes relevant in fantasy.
Nylander scored on his lone shot on goal in Chicago's 4-3 loss to the Flyers on Monday.
An offseason trade acquisition, Nylander found the net in his Blackhawks debut and displayed a goal-scorer's touch on his first-period snipe. The No. 8 pick from the 2016 draft, Nylander failed to gain any traction while with Buffalo and finished his Sabres tenure with just three goals and six points in 19 games over the past three seasons. Perhaps a fresh start with a new organization will unlock the talent that once made him a top-10 pick.
The Blackhawks acquired Nylander from the Sabres on Tuesday in exchange for defenseman Henri Jokiharju.
The two clubs will exchange recent first-round picks, as Nylander (No. 8 overall in 2016) and Jokiharju (No. 29 overall in 2017) swap sides. Nylander, 21, appeared in 19 NHL contests over parts of the past three seasons, tallying three goals and three assists. The winger will be in the fold through the 2021-22 season and could have a greater opportunity to see ice time at hockey's top level in Chicago than would have been possible in Buffalo.
Nylander (lower body) was sent down to AHL Rochester on Monday.
Nylander is expected to be ready for the AHL playoffs but is still recovering from a lower-body injury. The forward only managed four points in 12 NHL games this season; however, the Sabres seem much happier with his progress than last season. He's put up 31 points at the AHL level in 49 appearances in 2018-19.
Nylander (lower body) is expected to be ready for the upcoming AHL playoffs, Mike Harrington of The Buffalo News reports.
Nylander will finish the 2018-19 campaign having totaled four points in 12 appearances with the big club. The eighth overall pick from the 2016 draft will hope to secure a regular role with the Sabres out of training camp next season.
Nylander won't play in Thursday's game against Ottawa and is considered day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
The team announced that a cut in the back of Nylander's leg was ultimately going to keep him out of the game. The 21-year-old has been decent in his 12 games with the big club, accumulating four points in that span. In his stead, Johan Larsson will likely draw into the lineup.
Nylander scored his first goal of the season in Wednesday's 4-2 loss to Toronto.
The goal was the second of Nylander's career -- he posted his first last April. It likely felt even sweeter to deposit his first of the year against brother William Nylander's squad. He's only appeared in five games for the Sabres this season, but has three points in his past two outings. Nylander has a high offensive ceiling, so it's encouraging that he's started putting some points on the board. His value is at its strongest in dynasty leagues, but he could become a worthwhile addition in standard leagues should he string a few more strong performances together.
Nylander notched two assists in Sunday's 4-3 shootout win over the Blues.
The helpers were his first points in four games since being recalled from AHL Rochester. Nylander probably has as much raw offensive talent as his older brother William, but the 21-year-old Alexander simply isn't physically ready to be a consistent producer at the NHL level yet.
Nylander was recalled from AHL Rochester on Sunday.
The 21-year-old hasn't progressed as Buffalo would have hoped, accumulating just 25 points in 44 AHL games in his third full pro season. Nylander will get his first shot with the big club this campaign, and has just two points in seven games in his NHL career. His first chance to suit up in game action will be Tuesday at home against Dallas.
Nylander remains on a path to the NHL through continued development in the AHL, Joe Yerdon of the Athletic reports.
Nylander hasn't burst onto the scene the way many fans expected him to. He's taken the development road in Rochester of the AHL, where he's learning all about what it takes to be a professional. The progress is showing, as he has 25 points in 38 games this season, compared to last year's 27 points in 51 games. If Nylander keeps taking strides, he could get called up to Buffalo at some point down the stretch.
Nylander (upper body) returned to AHL Rochester's lineup for Saturday's game against AHL Laval.
Nylander was dealing with an upper-body injury prior to Saturday's contest, but he was never expected to be sidelined for long. The 2016 first-round pick has been pretty productive in the minors, notching 22 points in 33 games, so he'll likely get a shot with the big club at some point this season.
Nylander left Friday's AHL contest against the Toronto Marlies and is considered day-to-day with an upper-body injury, Bill Hoppe of The Buffalo News reports.
Nylander was the Sabres' top pick and eighth overall selection in the 2016 draft. He was a bust in almost every sense of the word for nearly two seasons, then started to figure things out attitude wise and in the way the North American game is played, and has been thriving all season. The young Swede currently has 21 points in 30 games for Rochester while getting accolades from the coaching staff, so we'll have to see if the injury slows him down at all. If the day-to-day label truly holds, it shouldn't be much of a setback toward his career climb, while a call to Buffalo could be in the cards later this season.
Nylander is off to a terrific start with Rochester of the American Hockey League, Bill Hoppe of The Buffalo News reports.
Nylander has two goals and five assists in seven games for the Americans, a much higher scoring rate than his previous two seasons. He entered the American Hockey League at age 18 and wasn't comfortable with the transition right away. But now he's playing with much more confidence and determination, which is showing in his numbers. He'll surely be one of the first choices when the Sabres need to call up a forward.
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