Tkachuk scored a goal and an assist, both on the power play, in Wednesday's 4-1 win over the Rangers.
That's now three goals and six points over the course of a four-game point streak for the teenager, Tkachuk is finishing up his first NHL season in style, and his 22 goals and 45 points through 69 games puts him second in the league in rookie scoring to Vancouver's Elias Pettersson.
Tkachuk set up two goals Saturday in a 4-2 win over Toronto.
He fired four shots and laid five hits. Tkachuk has six points (four goals, two assists) in his last six games. Take advantage of this warm front.
Tkachuk scored two goals, including the game-winner, in Saturday's 4-3 overtime win over Edmonton.
The winner came on a pretty 2-on-1. Tkachuk's first came when his centering pass from behind the Oilers' net bounced off both defender Adam Larsson and goalie Mikko Koskinen, and into the net. The talented teen now has 19 goals and 39 points in 64 games. Ottawa is Tkachuk's team now. And the sky is the limit.
Tkachuk scored his 17th goal of the season on five shots while adding seven hits in Wednesday's 7-4 loss to the Canucks.
Tkachuk has collected 37 points in 62 games, as well as 151 hits and 179 shots this season. The first-round pick from 2018 is the centerpiece of the Senators' rebuilding efforts, and he's worth an add in dynasty formats for his ability to produce across many categories.
Tkachuk scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 3-2 loss to Boston.
The Sens are Brady's team now, even if he is just a teenager. Tkachuk is riding a three-game, four-point streak (two goals, two assists). He won't contend for the Calder, but could end up being the best of this year's forward class in a redraft 10 years from now. Stash him away.
Tkachuk earned a goal in Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Islanders.
It's been an impressive rookie season for Tkachuk, as the 19-year-old has managed 15 goals and 34 points in 57 games, while proving he'll be a mainstay in the NHL. Looking ahead, Tkachuk figures to be the main piece in Ottawa's rebuild, but fans will now have to hope that ownership shakes its alarming habit of trading away top-tier talent when it comes time to "pay up."
Tkachuk scored his team's only goal in Sunday's 2-1 loss to Calgary.
Tkachuk's 14th goal tied things up in the middle period, giving Ottawa's primary building block eight points in the month of February (12 games). The hard-nosed youngster also dished four hits in the loss. Tkachuk, a primary piece in the Sens' rebuilding plan, has 31 points in his first 51 NHL games.
Tkachuk recorded a goal and six shots on net in Thursday's 3-2 loss to the Red Wings.
While Tkachuk saw just 12:24 of ice time, that likely can be attributed to the fact that he spent seven minutes in the penalty box. The 2018 fourth overall pick has quickly made his mark at hockey's top level, recording 13 goals and 13 assists over 46 games. Tkachuk has also proven he's willing to get his hands dirty, spending 59 minutes in the penalty box. The team will likely try to get him to slow that down to keep him on the ice more often, but Tkachuk has proven early in his career that he's the real deal.
Tkachuk has managed just three points in the first 10 games of 2019.
Since tallying 16 points over the first 15 games of his NHL career, Tkachuk has managed a total of seven over 24 contests. He has struggled to convert scoring chances since posting a 19.1 shooting percentage in his first 15 games. Going back to Dec. 1, in the 24 games that followed his hot start, Tkachuk has scored on only 3.7 percent of his shots.
Tkachuk tallied two assists, three shots and 17 penalty minutes during Saturday's 3-2 loss to the Capitals.
Tkachuk scrapped with Capitals defenseman Madison Bowey in the second period, but added a couple of helpers to bring him to 10 goals and 20 points in 28 games in his rookie campaign. He's on his way to being a multi-category stud just as his brother Matthew is for the Calgary Flames, and he should be on the fantasy radar for many years to come.
Tkachuk picked up an assist Saturday in a 5-2 loss to Montreal.
He snapped an eight-game point drought with the helper. Tkachuk still has 17 points in 23 games, a total that's solid for a teenage rookie. But you need to use caution because of the depth of this drought. Tkachuk needs to prove he is on the way back up and fast before he's fantasy worthy.
Tkachuk scored two goals and three points with a plus-2 rating and six shots on net in a 4-3 comeback victory against the Flyers on Tuesday.
The rookie picked up an assist on an early goal, and then Tkachuk led the Senators comeback, scoring twice in the third period to tie the game. He missed some games because of a leg injury, but Tkachuk is experiencing a fine rookie season. He has five goals in the last six games. Overall, Tkachuk has nine goals and 16 points in 14 games.
Tkachuk scored unassisted and set up a Colin White goal, giving his team a 6-4 victory over Tampa Bay on Saturday.
Tkachuk seems to have recovered well from his leg injury, scoring in just his second game back with the Senators. If he's back to full strength, he'll be a big help to Ottawa's attack as the season continues. As for now, play him regularly if he's on your team and monitor him if someone wants him.
Tkachuk was scoreless in his return to the ice from a leg injury, as his team fell 5-3 to the Golden Knights on Thursday.
Tkachuk's ice time of 14:07 was just 23 seconds less than his most recent game on Oct. 15, so Guy Boucher clearly believes he is ready to go at full strength. If you own him in a dynasty league, it's time to activate him again.
Tkachuk (leg) was officially removed from injured reserve and will suit up against the Golden Knights on Thursday.
Tkachuk is expected to slot into a top-six role now that he is healthy and available and should resume his role on the power play, where he has notched two points while averaging 1:41 of ice time. Jack Rodewald was sent back to AHL Belleville in order to create room for Tkachuk under the 23-man roster limit.
Tkachuk (leg) will return against the Golden Knights on Thursday, TSN's Brent Wallace reports.
Tkachuk technically remains on injured reserve, per the NHL's official media site, but he should be activated in short order. The 19-year-old rookie with the rich hockey pedigree produced six points -- including a plus-5 rating -- over his first four NHL games, and he'll almost assuredly reprise his role as a top-six contributor with a spot on the man advantage.
Tkachuk (leg) is aiming to return to the lineup against Vegas on Thursday, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
The news effectively rules Tkachuk out for Tuesday's clash with New Jersey, but provides fantasy owners with a more definitive timeline of when the winger might be ready to go. Prior to getting hurt, the Arizona native racked up six points in four outings. Tkachuk will miss his 11th game due to injury Tuesday and will no doubt be hoping his injury woes are behind him. Once cleared to play, the 19-year-old will need to be activated off injured reserve.
Tkachuk (leg) could return to the lineup sometime next week, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
This is great news for the Senators and fantasy owners alike, as a return to action next week would put Tkachuk more than one week ahead of schedule. The 2018 first-round selection practiced in a no-contact jersey Friday, so another update on his status should surface once he's cleared to practice in full.
Tkachuk (leg) was placed on injured reserve by the Senators, per the NHL media site.
Considering Tkachuk is expected to be sidelined for at least a month, it shouldn't come as a surprise to see him land on injured reserve. Given the number of injuries the club is dealing with, a call-up from AHL Belleville ahead of Saturday's clash with Montreal seams inevitable. Rudolfs Balcers or Filip Chlapik likely top the short list of options.
Tkachuk will miss approximately one month with a torn ligament in his leg.
Tkachuk recorded three goals and just as many assists to complement 13 hits and a plus-5 rating over his first four NHL games. The Senators were supposed to be awful without defenseman Erik Karlsson (and that could still hold true), but Tkachuk -- whom the Senators selected fourth overall in this year's draft -- helped Ottawa to a 3-2-1 record through the first six games of the new season. Furthermore, considering how the gritty scoring winger was averaging 1:41 on the 10th-ranked power play, this is a significant loss to the Senators and fantasy owners alike. The Senators have until Saturday's game against the Canadiens to devise a contingency plan.
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