Svechnikov scored an empty-net goal and added a helper and three shots in Friday's 5-2 win over the Islanders.
Svechnikov had the lone helper on Brett Pesce's first-period tally, giving the Russian winger a league-leading seven assists in five games. He then iced the contest with an empty-netter. With a plus-7 rating, 15 shots on goal and six PIM to go with eight points, Svechnikov is a name on the rise in fantasy circles.
Svechnikov notched two assists, one on the power play, in Tuesday's 6-3 win over the Panthers.
The youngster was all over the score sheet, adding six shots, three hits, two PIM, a blocked shot and a plus-2 rating to his ledger. Svechnikov is still looking for his first goal of the season, but he's more than made up for it with six assists through four four games -- with half of those helpers coming on the power play. The 19-year-old could be headed of a breakout in his second NHL campaign.
Svechnikov picked up two assists, one on the power play, while adding three shots, two hits and a plus-2 rating in Sunday's 4-3 overtime win over the Lightning.
The youngster is off to a great start to his second NHL season with four assists through three games. Svechnikov is still only 19, but he's earning regular power-play time and a spot in the Canes' top six, giving him significant fantasy upside.
Svechnikov picked up two assists and added three shots, a hit and two PIM in Saturday's 3-2 overtime win over the Capitals.
Both helpers were key -- Svechnikov helped set up Erik Haula on the power play for Carolina's first goal of the night, and he sprung Jake Gardiner from the Canes' end in overtime and the defenseman did the rest for the game winner. The 19-year-old Svechnikov scored 20 goals and 37 points last year as a rookie, but much bigger things are expected from the second overall pick in the 2018 draft this season.
Svechnikov scored a goal on four shots in Friday's 5-2 win over the Islanders in Game 4.
Svechnikov returned from a concussion in Game 3, and only needed one more game to get back on the scoresheet. The Russian rookie has three goals and an assist through his first five postseason games. While Svechnikov does skate on the Hurricanes' third line, he could be worth a look in fantasy circles.
Svechnikov (concussion) is in the lineup for Wednesday's Game 3 against the visiting Islanders.
This is certainty huge news, after the Russian was medically cleared from his concussion before the game. The 19-year-old was solid in his first three career playoff games, collecting two goals and three points in that span. Svechnikov will slot in on the third line with Lucas Wallmark and Brock McGinn. Svechnikov will likely resume his usual spot on the second power-play unit.
Svechnikov (concussion) has been medically cleared ahead of Wednesday's Game 3 clash with the Islanders and will be on the ice for warmups before making a final decision on his availability, Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reports.
Svechnikov's status remains up in the air, though coach Rod Brind'Amour told reporters it will be up to the winger to see how he feels. If the Russian does suit up, it figures to be in a bottom-six role and his minutes could be limited in order to ease him back into action. Prior to getting hurt, the 18-year-old notched three points in his last three games and will no doubt be eager to pick up where he left off.
Head coach Rod Brind'Amour said Monday that Svechnikov (concussion) is day-to-day but was able to practice Monday, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' official site reports.
Svechnikov has now missed six straight playoff games due to the injury he sustained from fighting Alex Ovechkin in the first round. The fact that he was able to practice bodes well for his Game 3 availability. Brind'Amour also said they'd re-evaluate the Russian following Tuesday's practice, as he will be a game-time call for Wednesday's Game 3.
Svechnikov (concussion) won't play in Sunday's Game 2 versus the Islanders, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' official site reports.
Svechnikov will miss his sixth straight playoff game due to the injury he sustained from fighting Alex Ovechkin in the first round. He was considered a game-time call in this outing, which should lead to some optimism for his availability in Game 3 on Wednesday.
Svechnikov (concussion) is considered a game-time decision for Sunday's Game 2 versus the Islanders, NHL.com's Brian Compton reports.
Svechnikov hasn't played since Game 3 of the first round, when he was injured after a fight with Alex Ovechkin. Before that incident, Svechnikov was strong in his first two playoff games, compiling two goals and an assist. He was able to skate on his own Saturday, which bodes well for his chances to get into Game 3 if he can't go Sunday.
Svechnikov (concussion) isn't on the ice for pregame warmups, indicating he won't be in the lineup for Friday's Game 1 against the Islanders, Sara Civian of The Athletic reports.
The fact that Svechnikov was considered a game-time call for this contest suggests he's likely on the verge of returning, but he'll have to wait for Sunday's Game 2 for his next opportunity to do so.
Svechnikov (concussion) hasn't cleared the protocol, but should be considered a game-time decision for Game 1 versus the Islanders on Friday, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' official site reports.
Svechnikov missed the final four games of the first-round series versus Washington and his status for round two against New York remains uncertain. The fact that the club called up Clark Bishop from the minors won't exactly instill confidence in fantasy owners. Prior to getting hurt, Svechnikov notched three points in three games and would provide some much-needed depth scoring for the Canes.
Svechnikov (concussion) won't be in the lineup for Wednesday's Game 7 against the Capitals, Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reports.
Svechnikov was on the ice for morning skate, so although he won't be available for Wednesday's elimination game, there's a chance he'll be ready for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals if his teammates are able to pull off the upset over Washington. If the 19-year-old Russian doesn't get another opportunity to play this season, he'll finish his rookie campaign having notched a respectable 22 goals and 40 points in 85 appearances.
Svechnikov (concussion) was on the ice for morning skate ahead of Wednesday's Game 7 against the Capitals, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' official site reports.
Coach Rod Brind'Amour didn't have an update on Svechnikov's condition following morning skate, which suggests he's likely a long shot to suit up for Game 7. Either way, confirmation on the rookie winger's status for Wednesday's elimination match should surface prior to puck drop.
Svechnikov (concussion) won't play in Game 6 versus Washington on Monday, Chip Alexander of The Raleigh News & Observer reports.
Some felt Svechnikov would be good to go Monday after he was seen wearing a full-contact jersey during the morning skate, but turns out, the rookie won't be on the ice to help Carolina battle to keep its season alive. The 19-year-old will be hoping his teammates can force a Game 7 which would give him an opportunity to get back on the ice.
Svechnikov (concussion) will be considered a game-time decision for Monday's Game 6 against Washington, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Svechnikov missed Games 4 and 5 of the series with a concussion after he was mauled in a fight against Alex Ovechkin in Game 3. The 19-year-old has one point in two games of the series so far, and would likely replace Clark Bishop in the lineup if he's healthy. For what it's worth, the Russian was wearing a full-contact jersey at Monday's morning skate.
Svechnikov (concussion) is doubtful for Monday's Game 6 matchup with the Capitals, Chip Alexander of The Raleigh News & Observer reports.
Svechnikov missed Games 4 and 5 of the series with this concussion, which he sustained in a fight against Alex Ovechkin in Game 3. More information should become available closer to Monday's puck drop, but the Hurricanes would be missing out on a top-six player if the Russian were to be absent.
As expected, Svechnikov (concussion) won't be in the lineup for Saturday's Game 5 against the Capitals, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' official site reports.
Svechnikov is reportedly feeling better and close to returning, but he'll have to wait for Monday's Game 6 for his next opportunity to do so. Once cleared, the 19-year-old rookie will return to a top-six role and a spot on one of Carolina's power-play units.
Svechnikov (concussion) is doubtful for Game 5 against the Capitals on Saturday, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' official site reports.
The Hurricanes have called up Aleksi Saarela from AHL Charlotte since Svechnikov, Micheal Ferland (upper body) and Jordan Martinook (lower body) are all dealing with injuries ahead of a contest that will break the tie in the conference quarterfinal series.
Svechnikov is in the concussion protocol and is expected to miss Game 4 against Washington on Thursday, Isabelle Khurshudyan of The Washington Post reports.
Svechnikov landed pretty hard on the ice following his fight with Alex Ovechkin, so it shouldn't come as a surprise to see the youngster is dealing with a concussion. Given the uncertainty of recovery timeline for concussions, it probably won't be clear until closer to puck drop on whether Svechnikov will be ready to play for Game 5 on Saturday.
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