Comeau scored a goal on five shots and added four hits and four PIM in Monday's 2-1 overtime win against the Predators in Game 6.
Comeau had only seven goals and 18 points in 77 regular-season games, his lowest output since he had 16 points in 2013-14, but he picked a fine time to score his first goal of this postseason run. The goal ultimately forced overtime where defenseman John Klingberg scored to seal the 4-2 series win for the Stars. It's his fourth career postseason tally in 23 contests.
Comeau (undisclosed) picked up two hits in 15:57 during Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Panthers.
The 33-year-old winger has 16 points in 68 contests after missing one game with the injury. Comeau broke 30 points last season with the Avalanche, but his first year in Dallas has not gone as well, although he does have 187 hits for the season. Most likely, he's a fantasy non-factor in many formats.
Comeau (undisclosed) will be in the lineup versus the Panthers on Tuesday, Mark Stepneski of the Stars' official site reports.
Comeau returns following just one contest out of action due to his undisclosed issue. The winger is bogged down in a 16-game goal drought, during which he tallied seven helpers, 20 shots and 38 hits. With Comeau available, Jason Spezza will serve as a healthy scratch against Florida.
Comeau (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision for Tuesday's home game against the Panthers, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Comeau was a game-time call in Sunday's game and didn't go, so this news is not a good sign for his Tuesday availability. The 33-year-old has just 16 points in 67 games this season, so even if he does suit up it likely won't have a huge fantasy impact.
Comeau (undisclosed) will not suit up for Sunday's game against the Canucks, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Comeau was a game-time decision for this contest but clearly wasn't set to go. With just 16 points on the season, this shouldn't have a huge fantasy impact.
Comeau (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision for Sunday's clash against the Canucks, Mark Stepneski of the Stars' official site reports.
The journeyman reportedly took to the ice early Sunday morning, though he wasn't included in line rushes to raise suspicion that he might miss the upcoming contest. If Comeau does miss out, look for the Stars to occupy the bottom-six right wing spots with Mattias Janmark and Brett Ritchie.
Comeau registered an even-strength assist in Tuesday's 2-0 win over Buffalo.
Comeau has been decent in his last 10 games, recording five points -- all assists -- in that span. Although the 33-year-old only has 15 points in 65 games this campaign, he's made his presence felt in other ways, racking up 181 hits and 34 blocks. Comeau has received just three seconds of power-play time this campaign, which severely limits his fantasy value.
Comeau assisted on both equalizers for the Stars in their 4-3 overtime win against the Kings on Thursday.
Comeau set up Mattias Janmark for a tally in the second period, and it was Comeau's rebound that led to Radek Faksa's tying marker in the third period. The veteran winger added three hits and a plus-2 rating in the contest. With 13 points in 60 games this year, Comeau is likely safe to avoid in fantasy, although he has 170 hits on the season, and five of his 13 points have come in 11 games in February.
Comeau (upper body) will return to action Thursday against the Blues, Mark Stepneski of the Stars' official site reports.
Comeau is projected to see top-line duty upon his return, working on the right wing opposite Jamie Benn, with Radek Faska situated at the center spot. Still, Comeau doesn't get power-play time, meaning he needs to work that much harder at even strength and the penalty kill to produce for fantasy owners. His totals stand at six goals and four assists through 55 games this season.
Comeau (upper body) will remain out of the lineup against Nashville on Tuesday, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Comeau will miss a third straight game due to his upper-body issue, though considering he has just three points in his last 17 contests, few fantasy owners are likely to miss him from their lineups. The 32-year-old is in danger of failing to reach the 20-point mark for only the second time in his NHL career.
Comeau (upper body) unexpectedly will not play against the Hurricanes on Saturday, Mike Heika of the Stars' official site reports.
Comeau was given a probable tag for the upcoming road clash, but the Stars thought better of putting him in action just two days after the injury surfaced. The savvy winger will now set his sights on returning for Tuesday's game against the Predators.
Comeau (upper body) is considered probable for Saturday's game against the Hurricanes, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Comeau missed Thursday's game against Tampa Bay due to an upper-body issue, but it appears as though his absence will be limited to a single contest. The 32-year-old winger will likely return to his spot on the Stars' second line against Carolina.
Comeau (upper body) won't play Thursday against Tampa Bay, Mike Heika of the Stars' official site reports.
This news comes as a bit of a surprise, as there was no indication that Comeau was dealing with an injury until he didn't take the ice for pregame warmups. Valeri Nichushkin will replace Comeau in the lineup for Thursday's contest.
Comeau scored a goal and fired five shots on net over the last nine games.
Comeau has been a disappointing offseason acquisition for the Stars, as he has just eight points in 48 games after compiling 34 points last year. The Stars haven't held back the veteran winger, either, as he often gets top-six minutes despite no power-play opportunities. He'll look to use the All-Star break as a fresh start beginning Wednesday versus the Sabres.
Comeau lit the lamp and also garnered an assist in Saturday's 5-1 home win over the Red Wings.
Comeau opened the scoring with a terrific tip-in tally in transition, and he would ultimately become the secondary distributor on a Tyler Pitlick goal to widen the lead to 4-0 just 31 seconds into the third period. This was Comeau's first multi-point effort of the season, as he continues to primarily serve in a specialized penalty-killing role.
Comeau (personal) was back with the team Thursday following the birth of his child, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Comeau missed Monday's matchup with Edmonton, but should be back in action versus the Sharks on Friday. With Martin Hanzal (back) nearing a return, the veteran Comeau appears poised for a third-line role. The winger has a mere four points in 27 games this season and could be in danger of missing the 20-point mark for the first time since 2013-14.
Comeau will miss Monday's game against the Oilers, as his wife is in labor.
For all the reasons for a player to be out of the lineup, this is one of the most positive. Brett Ritchie will step in to replace him for this game. The Stars don't play again until Friday, and it's a home game, so there's a good chance Comeau will be back for that one.
Comeau has managed just two points so far in 2018-19 while posting a team-worst minus-7 rating through 11 games.
Comeau, 32, spent the last three seasons in Colorado before he elected to sign a three-year deal with the Stars this past offseason. Known more as an effective penalty killer, the veteran forward shouldn't be counted on to produce noticeable fantasy results.
Comeau signed a three-year, $7.2 million annual contract with the Stars on Sunday, Darren Dreger of TSN reports.
Comeau is a journeyman who is on to his sixth club since the Islanders took him in the second round (47th overall) of the 2004 NHL Entry Draft. Now 32 years old, the Saskatchewan native has compiled 285 points (121 goals, 164 assists) over 720 career contests. He should help the Stars boost a penalty kill that ranked 14th in the league last season.
Comeau contributed 13 goals and 21 helpers in 79 regular-season games during the regular season.
After notching just 20 points in 2016-17, Comeau rebounded to his normal 30-plus point performance and continued to be a physical force with 145 hits and 50 PIM. The 32-year-old winger played in all six playoff games as well, and he scored two goals and dished out 21 hits. Comeau's contract expires this summer, so if Colorado doesn't retain him, he may search for the sixth different team of his NHL career.
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