Hintz scored a goal on three shots and went plus-2 in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Flyers.
Hintz's new line with Jamie Benn and Corey Perry showed good chemistry in the contest, beginning with the Finn's game-tying goal seven minutes into the first period. Hintz is up to seven points and 21 shots in 10 games this season. While he won't shoot north of 20 percent all season, he should continue to see top-six deployment.
Hintz scored a goal on two shots and delivered five hits in Friday's 4-2 loss to the Penguins.
Hintz opened the scoring at 5:10 of the second period with his fifth tally of the year. The speedy forward now has six points in nine games to go with 13 hits and 18 shots on goal. The Stars' offense is only averaging 1.89 goals per game, but that team-wide misfiring isn't affecting Hintz's production yet.
Hintz failed to record a point and posted a minus-2 rating in Monday's 4-0 loss to the Sabres
For just the third time this season, Hintz was held off the scoresheet, but he was not alone. The 22-year-old registered two shots on goal in the loss, but Hintz was otherwise invisible against Buffalo.
Hintz recorded a power-play assist, two shots and two hits in Thursday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Flames.
After scoring four goals in four games, Hintz tried his hand at playmaking by setting up Jamie Benn's third-period goal. The Finn has been the Stars' best skater to start the season, but expect a little regression to come eventually, as shooting 40 percent is vastly unsustainable.
Hintz scored a goal on three shots in Tuesday's 4-3 overtime win over the Capitals.
Hintz's fourth goal of the season in as many games evened the scores at ones in the second period. He also drew a pair of penalties against the Capitals in the third period, as his speed was too much for the opposition to handle. Hintz has serious breakout potential this year, especially if he can start setting up his teammates as much as he's burying his own chances.
Hintz scored a pair of goals in Dallas' 4-3 loss to the Red Wings on Sunday.
Hintz has three goals in as many games and needs just six more snipes to equal his total from a season ago. He's still looking for his first helper of 2019-20 but for the time being, the 22-year-old has become the go-to trigger man for the Stars. Dallas will now turn its attention to Washington and get set to face the Capitals on Tuesday.
Hintz scored Dallas' only goal in a 2-1 home loss to the Bruins on Thursday.
Hintz pulled the Stars to within a goal at the 7:55 mark of the second period, but that's all the offense Dallas would muster in its home opener. The 22-year-old found the scoresheet 22 times in 58 contests a season ago and presently occupies a top-six role with the Stars. Expected to log minutes in all situations, Hintz will have plenty of opportunities to collect points this season and should be able to surpass his point total from 2018-19.
Hintz (foot) is listed on the training camp roster Dallas released Wednesday.
Hintz played with a fractured foot during the Stars' final contest of the 2018-19 campaign -- a Game 7 loss to the Blues -- but that injury was never expected to impact his availability for camp. The 22-year-old winger had a relatively successful rookie season in 2018-19, picking up nine goals and 22 points in 58 regular-season appearances before adding five goals and three assists in 13 playoff games, but he should be in line for a larger even-strength role this year as well as a permanent spot on one of Dallas' power-play units, giving him 35-plus point upside.
Hintz played with a fractured foot during Tuesday's 2-1 Game 7 loss to the Blues, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports.
If Hintz's injury affected his performance in Game 7, you wouldn't know it by looking at the scoresheet, as the 22-year-old rookie logged a whopping 23:35 of ice time while blocking three shots during the double-overtime affair. The Finnish forward will have plenty of time to recover ahead of next campaign's training camp, and should be viewed as a desirable bench option in deeper fantasy leagues as a player poised to make a big leap during what will be his first full NHL season.
Hintz (foot) will be in the lineup for Tuesday's Game 7 against the Blues.
Hintz was spotted wearing a walking boot Monday and wasn't on the ice for Tuesday's morning skate, but that evidently won't prevent him from suiting up for the evening's must-win contest. The 22-year-old Finn, who's notched three goals and five points through the first six games of the series, will slot into a top-six role for Game 7 against St. Louis.
Hintz was wearing a walking boot Monday, raising doubts about his availability for Game 7 on Tuesday, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Coach Jim Montgomery didn't mention any concerns in his press conference Monday, but the team is taking Joel L'Esperance on the road in case Hintz is unable to play. The 21-year-old Hintz tallied three goals, two assists and 10 shots through the first six games and has been thriving in a top-six role.
Hintz scored a goal and delivered three hits in Wednesday's 4-2 win over the Blues in Game 4.
Hintz has five goals and three assists in 10 postseason appearances. He's managed 13 hits and 22 shots on goal in that span. Five of his points have come in four games against the Blues.
Hintz scored two goals and added an assist with three shots on net, one block and two PIM in a 4-2 victory against the Blues during Game 2 of the second round Saturday.
The 22-year-old scored the first goal of the game and assisted the next one. He also added an empty-netter for good measure. This outburst couldn't have come at a better time for his team. Behind Hintz's performance, the Stars tied the second-round series as it heads back to Dallas for Game 3. Hintz has four goals and seven points in eight postseason games.
Hintz earned a power-play helper in Thursday's 3-2 loss to the Blues in Game 1.
Hintz has two goals and two helpers in seven postseason games in his rookie year. He's added 17 shots on goal and nine hits. His position as the second-line center is bound to produce at least some offense for the 22-year-old Finn, who hasn't looked out of place in the playoffs so far.
Hintz scored a pair of goals in Wednesday's 5-1 Game 4 win over Dallas.
Hintz's first goal came on the power play. He would add another goal, this one at even strength, midway through the second period. After tallying 22 points in 58 regular-season games, the 22-year-old now has picked up the first two playoff points of his career.
Hintz dished out two helpers -- one on the power play -- in Thursday's 3-2 shootout win over the Oilers.
Hintz added five shots and was Dallas' most dangerous offensive player all night. The 22-year-old forward has come on of late with nine points in his past 10 games. With roles on the second line and top power-play unit, his strong recent play hasn't gone unnoticed.
Hintz picked up an assist and two blocked shots in Wednesday's 2-1 win over the Flames.
Hintz is up to nine goals and nine assists in 53 games this season, with seven of his 18 points coming in 13 March appearances. He could provide some value as a DFS pick against the Oilers on Thursday, as he's averaged 2:29 per game on the power play in March.
Hintz registered a power-play assist in Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Panthers.
Hintz has gotten hot recently, with four goals and a helper in his last five games, as well as 16 hits and 14 shots on goal. He's seeing time on the second line and first power-play unit, which likely helps the 22-year-old Finn be more productive with his minutes. He's accumulated 16 points in 49 games this season, and has averaged 16:35 per game in March compared to 13:32 for the season.
Hintz scored two goals, one on the power play, in Tuesday's 2-0 win over the Sabres.
It's the first multi-goal performance of his young career. Hintz only has seven tallies on the season, but four of them have come in the last seven games -- although those are his only points during the stretch. The 22-year-old has some fantasy intrigue given his current role and consistent ice time with the man advantage, but he has yet to prove he can be a consistent contributor.
Hintz's fifth goal of the season served as the game-winner in a 4-3 overtime victory against the Kings on Thursday.
Hintz has scored in consecutive games, registering eight shots on goal in that two-game span. He seems to be enjoying life alongside Tyler Seguin and Alexander Radulov on the first line. Radulov's shot led to the rebound Hintz scored on. Hintz will likely cede the top-line spot when Jamie Benn (upper body) returns.
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