Heinen potted a goal on two shots in Sunday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Wild.
Heinen has done well since he joined the Ducks at the trade deadline -- the 24-year-old winger has four points in seven games with his new team. He's up to 26 points, 106 shots and a minus-1 rating through 65 contests overall this year. Heinen is seeing consistent top-six minutes with the Ducks, which makes him worth a look in DFS for Tuesday's contest against the Senators.
Heinen scored a goal on four shots in Tuesday's 6-2 loss to the Blackhawks.
Heinen now has two goals, an assist and nine shots on net over four games with Anaheim. He's fitting in well with the new team, and although it's a small sample, he's averaged 17:41 of ice time -- 3:30 more than he did in Boston. The increased opportunities make him an intriguing fantasy option in deep leagues heading into the playoff period.
Heinen scored a goal on two shots and supplied two hits in Friday's 3-2 win over the Penguins.
Heinen has a goal and an assist through two games as a Duck. His first-period tally opened the scoring Friday. The 24-year-old has notched 24 points, 92 shots and a plus-4 rating in 60 games between the Ducks and Bruins this season.
Heinen posted an assist and two PIM in Tuesday's 4-3 overtime win over the Oilers.
Heinen skated 18:00 in his Ducks debut, compared to the 14:11 he averaged per game with the Bruins this year. The 24-year-old has 23 points and 90 shots through 59 contests this season. If he can hold down a role in the top six, Heinen could be a solid depth option for fantasy owners.
The Ducks acquired Heinen from the Bruins in exchange for Nick Ritchie on Monday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
In his stint with Boston, Heinen -- who has recorded 22 points in 58 games to date this season -- earned a reputation as a responsible two-way player, but his offensive production has largely been disappointing the past couple of years. Perhaps a change of scenery will benefit the 24-year-old forward, who logged a promising 16 goals and 47 points during his rookie campaign in 2017-18.
Though Heinen sat out Saturday's win over Minnesota with a foot issue, coach Bruce Cassidy noted that the forward's absence from the lineup Tuesday night against the Canucks is performance-related, Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports Boston reports.
Heinen, who has logged one point over his last five games and just one goal through his last 16 contests, sat out Saturday's tilt after blocking a shot in Friday's win over the Jets. He's now evidently healthy enough to play, but on Tuesday at least, Sean Kuraly will replace Heinen on the B's third line, while Anton Blidh, Par Lindholm and Chris Wagner will work on the team's fourth line versus Vancouver. When he's on, Heinen is a responsible two-way player with some upside on offense, so he figures to return to Boston's lineup before long.
Heinen (undisclosed) is in line to be a scratch Tuesday night against the Canucks.
With Heinen -- who sat out Saturday's game against the Wild with an unspecified issue -- set to be the odd man out up front Tuesday, Sean Kuraly is slated to work on the Bruins' third line with Charlie Coyle and Anders Bjork.
Heinen picked up an assist in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Golden Knights.
The helper is Heinen's sixth point in his last eight games. The Bruins have had trouble getting offense from their depth this season and Heinen is certainly being looked at as someone who should be producing more. He is on pace to match last season's 34 points despite putting up an impressive 47 points in his rookie season.
Heinen dished out two assists in a 6-5 shootout loss to the Flyers on Monday.
That is his fifth multi-point game of the season despite only scoring in 15 games total. Heinen has five points over his last four games despite averaging only 12:27 in ice time. He has seven goals and 20 points in 46 games this season.
Heinen registered a goal and an assist, both while shorthanded, in Tuesday's 6-2 win over Nashville.
Heinen scored his goal midway through the second period to put Boston ahead 2-0. He later assisted on Charlie Coyle's short-handed goal late in the third period to close out the scoring. Heinen had been quiet since just before Christmas, having gone his previous seven games without a point. The 24-year-old has seven goals and 17 points in 42 games.
Heinen scored a power-play goal and added an even-strength assist in Tuesday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Kings.
The goal wasn't exactly a highlight-reel snipe, as Heinen may have used his skate to direct the puck into the net, but it held up under review. The 24-year-old had only produced one assist over his prior 10 games, and on the year he now has a modest six goals and 15 points through 35 contests.
Heinen picked up three shots and a hit in a 5-3 loss to the Senators on Monday.
Heinen has only managed one point over his last seven games despite an ice time averaging 15:09 in that time. Head coach Bruce Cassidy currently has Heinen as the second-line right winger, but if his production doesn't step up, expect to see him slide back down to the third line.
Heinen scored the final goal in Tuesday's 8-1 win over the Canadiens.
Heinen continued his productive start to the season with his fifth goal of the season. The 24-year-old has 12 points in 24 games on the Bruins' third line.
Heinen dished out a pair of power-play helpers in Thursday's 3-2 win over Buffalo.
Heinen assisted on goals scored by Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak. The 24-year-old winger has a modest 11 points in 22 games, but his point total should start to climb if he can maintain a role on the Bruins' high-powered top power-play unit.
Heinen potted a goal in Sunday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Flyers.
Heinen sparked a two-goal rally in the third period for the Bruins, ultimately helping them secure a point in the standings. The 24-year-old is at four goals and seven points through 17 contests this year. He's not consistent enough to be trusted at this time in standard fantasy formats.
Heinen picked up his second assist of the season in a 5-1 victory over the Sharks on Tuesday.
With the return of David Krejci from an upper-body injury, Heinen looked back at home on the second line. He skated a season-high 16:48, although that is boosted by 5:24 on the power play as the Bruins had eight opportunities on the man advantage. The 24-year-old has four points through 12 games.
Heinen scored a goal with the man advantage during Saturday's 4-3 shootout loss to the Maple Leafs.
This is his second power-play tally of the season, tying a career-high only eight games into the season. The Bruins' second power-play unit doesn't get much time to work with, so the team will be happy they managed to convert on the opportunity, but they need a bigger offensive contribution from Heinen at even-strength play.
Heinen fired three shots on goal during Monday's 4-2 win over the Ducks.
Heinen had only three shots total through the first five games of the season. He's always been more of a playmaker than a scorer, but the B's would like to get his numbers up all around. So far this season he has only one point -- a goal -- that came in the season opener.
Heinen scored a power-play goal in Boston's 2-1 win over Dallas on Thursday.
Heinen finished 2018-19 with just a single power-play goal, so he's well ahead of schedule this season. On Thursday, his man-advantage snipe gave the visitors enough breathing room to hold off the host Stars and come away with an impressive road win on Opening Night, in what was a tightly contested game for the full 60 minutes.
Heinen signed a two-year extension with the Bruins on Tuesday.
Heinen totaled 34 points (11 goals and 23 assists) in 77 games for Boston last season and was heading towards arbitration, but he and the team were instead able to reach a new deal. The 24-year-old will look to rediscover the production from his rookie campaign in 2017-18 when he tallied 47 points.
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