Stutzle scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 6-5 loss to the Maple Leafs.
It was his first snipe in 14 games, so this was a massive monkey off his back. Stutzle does have seven points in those 14 games, but right now, the exciting teenager is simply more valuable in dynasty formats. Single-year leagues are a roll of the dice.
Stutzle collected a power-play assist and two shots on goal in Sunday's 4-3 win over the Maple Leafs.
Stutzle set up Drake Batherson's first of two goals in the second period. The 19-year-old Stutzle has a goal and two helpers in his last four outings. The German winger is up to 17 points (six on the power play), 62 shots, 25 hits and a minus-15 rating through 28 contests.
Stutzle notched a power-play assist and two PIM in Friday's 6-2 loss to the Oilers.
Stutzle picked up a goal and an assist during the Senators' six-game road trip through Montreal, Calgary and Edmonton. The 19-year-old has 16 points, 60 shots on net, 10 PIM and a minus-16 rating in 27 contests this year. He'll likely continue to be a solid scorer in 2020-21 as he gets more experience at the NHL level.
Stutzle recorded no points in Wednesday's 7-1 loss to Edmonton, ending a three-game scoring streak in games played at Rogers Arena.
Whether it's with the Senators or in international competition, the 19-year-old clearly likes playing in Edmonton, as half of his NHL goals have come when visiting the Oilers. Beyond that, Stutzle played in the 2021 World Juniors tournament at Rogers Place and scored five goals in the tournament, giving him eight goals in nine games in Edmonton. With the Senators playing the Oilers at Rogers Place again Friday, making room for Stutzle in your starting lineup might be a wise play.
Stutzle scored a goal on five shots and added three hits in Monday's 3-2 loss to the Oilers.
Stutzle scored at 17:57 of the second period to get the Senators within a goal, but an equalizer never materialized. The 19-year-old has done well in his rookie year with six goals, nine helpers and 58 shots on net through 25 games. He's added 21 hits and eight PIM to give his game a little bite, but the scoring numbers are strong enough to justify a fantasy roster spot as well.
Stutzle notched two assists in Monday's 5-1 win over the Flames.
The rookie set up both of Ottawa's first two goals to break open a scoreless tie early in the second period. Stutzle won't turn 20 until early in 2022, but he looks like he belongs in the NHL, racking up one goal and eight points in the last eight games and showing some intriguing chemistry with the red-hot Drake Batherson.
Stutzle notched an assist in Thursday's 6-1 victory over the Flames.
It's easy to see why Stutzle was the third overall pick from the 2020 NHL Entry Draft. The 19-year-old possesses a dangerous combination of size and speed to outmatch defenders in the attacking zone, resulting in five goals and six helpers through his first 19 NHL contests. Despite his lofty draft profile, Stutzle is a sneaky fantasy option, as his third-line role during 5-on-5 play partially masks the fact that he rolls with the No. 1 unit on the power play.
Stutzle registered a power-play goal and added two assists in Thursday's 3-2 win over Montreal. He also had a pair of hits.
The rookie was in on all three Ottawa goals, sniping a power-play shot from the faceoff dot and assisting on tallies by Thomas Chabot and Connor Brown. Stutzle took a few games to get acclimated to NHL life -- he had just one assist in his first five contests -- but he appears to be breaking out as of late, lighting the lamp in three straight and totaling five points in that time.
Stutzle scored a goal on two shots in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to the Oilers.
Stutzle scored in the final minute of the game -- it was little more than window dressing in the big picture. The 19-year-old is up to three goals, nine shots and a minus-7 rating through seven appearances. He skated 15:08 in Tuesday's contest, the second time he's breached the 15-minute mark this year.
Stutzle scored a power-play goal in Sunday's 8-5 loss to the Oilers.
In the first of presumably many meetings between German stars, Stutzle was outshined by a six-assist performance from Leon Draisaitl on Sunday. The 19-year-old Stutzle still made an impact with his second goal in six appearances this season. While playing for the Senators won't help his defensive numbers, a minus-7 rating is a bit troubling for Stutzle's fantasy value.
Stutzle (undisclosed) went minus-4 and skated 12:37 in Monday's 7-1 loss to the Canucks.
Stutzle missed three games with the injury, and he wasn't all that sharp in his return. A lopsided loss didn't help his stat line, but the 19-year-old German failed to make much of an impact on his own. He has one goal, five shots on net and two hits through three appearances this season.
Stutzle (undisclosed) will return to the lineup Monday in Vancouver per coach D.J. Smith, Mike Zeisberger of NHl.com reports.
Stutzle has been sidelined by an undisclosed injury since scoring his first NHL goal in his second game. The third overall selection in the 2020 draft will come off injured reserve and is expected to occupy a third-line wing role in his return.
Stutzle has been placed on injured reserve retroactive to Jan. 16.
Stutzle won't be available for Saturday's clash with the Jets, but he's still considered day-to-day with his undisclosed issue, so he could return to the lineup as soon as Monday against Vancouver. The 19-year-old rookie has potted one goal in two games this campaign.
Stutzle (undisclosed) will join the Senators for their six-game road trip, Brent Wallace of TSN.ca reports.
Coach DJ Smith wouldn't commit to Stutzle playing but acknowledged "he looked good out there" at Friday's practice session. The rookie skated on Ottawa's second line role prior to getting hurt and figures to retake that spot in the lineup once given the green light to return.
As expected, Stutzle (undisclosed) won't play Thursday against the Jets, Mike Zeisberger of NHL.com reports.
Stutzle skated Thursday and coach DJ smith doesn't expect him to be sidelined much longer, so the 19-year-old rookie could be back in action as soon as Saturday for the second half of the Senators' back-to-back matchups with Winnipeg. Stutzle has scored one goal and fired four shots on net while averaging 13:32 of ice time in two contests this campaign.
Stutzle (undisclosed) is in doubt against Winnipeg on Thursday, Brent Wallace of TSN.ca reports.
Coach DJ Smith referred to Stutzle's injury as minor but still indicated the rookie wouldn't be ready to play in time Thursday. If the German winger is unable to play, fantasy players can likely expect Alex Galchenyuk to continue slotting into a top-six role, though Connor Brown could make a push for more minutes as well. Once healthy, Stutzle figures to rejoin the second line and could be in the mix for power-play minutes down the road.
Stuetzle won't be available Tuesday night against the Jets due to a minor injury.
Ottawa doesn't seem to be overly concerned about Stuetzle's injury, so it's possible he'll only have to miss one contest with the issue. With Stuetzle unavailable, Alex Galchenyuk will draw into the lineup and make his Senators' debut against Winnipeg on Tuesday.
Stuetzle scored his first NHL goal Saturday in a 3-2 loss to the Maple Leafs.
It was a beautiful one-timer high over Jack Campbell's shoulder. Stuetzle has star-like quality and will be exciting to watch this season. But his fantasy production will likely be tempered simply because the Sens are rebuilding.
Stuetzle completed his quarantine and joined the Senators for practice Sunday, Brent Wallace of TSN.ca reports.
After being named the top forward at the IIHF World Junior Championship by posting five goals and as many assists over five games, Stuetzle will join the Senators ahead of Friday's season opener against the Maple Leafs. The No. 3 overall pick should easily make the NHL roster. While it's unclear what role he'll play out of the gate, a top-six gig is within reach.
Stuetzle is expected to complete his quarantine and be eligible to join his teammates for practice Sunday but won't be able to practice before that point.
Coming off a stellar performance at the WJC, the rookie third overall pick will have to wait a few more days before he can strut his stuff for the Senators. Once he gets up to speed, it shouldn't take Stuetzle long to capture a prominent role on the rebuilding Ottawa club.
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