Suter scored a goal and added an assist with two shots on goal and three hits in a 4-2 loss to Colorado on Saturday.
Just another night at the office for the workhorse defenseman, who logged a game-high 30 shifts and led all players with 25:59 of ice time. The 34-year-old Suter has three points through the season's first two games and has topped the 40-point plateau in five of the last six years.
Suter had an assist, one shot on goal and was a minus-2 in 24:13 of ice time in Thursday's loss to Nashville. The veteran blueliner says he feels back to full strength after taking much of last season to fully recover from the ankle surgery he underwent in April 2018, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Suter begins the season playing with Matt Dumba on the top blue-line pairing. There's been little talk of limiting Suter's workload, so expect him to be among the league leaders in ice time again and a stalwart on the power play.
Suter put up seven goals and 47 points while averaging 26:42 of ice time in 82 games this campaign.
Suter was the epitome of an ironman this campaign, playing in all 82 games for the seventh time in his career. The 47 points were good for 14th among league defensemen, and he also finished tops in the NHL in ice time. The Wild missed the playoffs for the first time since he and Zach Parise signed in 2012, so don't be surprised if both come out with extra motivation next fall.
Suter dished out an assist and went plus-2 in Tuesday's win over the Jets.
Suter entered the game on a brutal five-game pointless streak where he accrued a minus-9 rating. Getting back on track is a good sign for the veteran blueliner and he now has 47 points in 80 games. Unfortunately, it was too little, too late as Suter will spectate the playoffs for the first time in his seven-year tenure with the Wild.
Suter once again led the Wild in ice time Sunday night with 25:14 of playing time, but got shut out along with the rest of the team while posing a -3 plus/minus and zero shots on goal.
Suter has gone five games in a row without a point and has just two assists with a -17 rating over his last 11 games. Even his shots have been dwindling lately with just seven shots on goal in his last five games.
Suter racked up a power-play assist in 28:59 of ice time in Sunday's loss to the Islanders.
Suter has just five points in his last 10 games, and has logged a whopping 27:44 of ice time in that span. The 34-year-old continues to be a workhorse, and has 45 points in 73 games this campaign. Skating an average of 26:52 per game, Suter remains a solid fantasy asset with opportunities to rack up stats in all categories.
Suter earned an assist and added three hits and two shots in Sunday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Predators.
Suter skated 30:22, the sixth time this season he's exceeded the 30-minute mark in a game. Suter has 43 points from 66 contests, putting him on track for his third 50-point campaign in the last four years.
Suter scored a goal and added an assist in a 4-2 win over the Flames on Saturday.
Suter had gone cold, ending February with six straight pointless performances. He got his March off to a good start with the multi-point effort, which also saw him at a plus-3 rating with three shots on goal. The blueliner has 42 points in 65 games this season, while averaging 26:46 per game as the top defenseman for the Wild.
Suter has seven assists in 27:26 of average ice time in his past ten games.
One of the most relied upon assets in the league has been a workhorse for the Wild in all situations, as three of his assists have came via the man advantage. Suter is getting it done of the defensive end also, racking up 10 hits and 12 blocks in February alone. With just under four minutes of average power-play ice time, expect the Wisconsin native to continue to be a strong fantasy asset.
Suter nabbed two even-strength assists in 30:10 of ice time in Tuesday's loss to Buffalo.
Tuesday's marathon was Suter's most time on ice in one game this season. The 34-year-old flashed why he's still one of the best two-way defensemen in the league, collecting two assists and a plus-3 rating while logging big minutes. Suter is now up to 36 points in 53 games and continues to be a fantasy asset on the back end.
Suter registered a power-play goal and a 5-on-5 assist in Wednesday's 5-2 win over the Avalanche.
For good measure, the venerable rearguard topped off a strong fantasy performance with a plus-3 rating. Suter admitted he's been playing through pain in his surgically repaired right ankle, but it hasn't been noticeable on the scoresheet, as he heads into the All-Star break with six goals and 27 helpers through 50 games.
Suter admitted that his surgically repaired ankle might not be pain-free until next season, Chad Graff of The Athletic reports.
Suter, who turned 34 years old Monday, sustained a right ankle fracture last March in a game against the Stars, and the veteran defenseman reportedly experienced chronic pain and swelling earlier in the season. As a testament to his toughness and determination, Suter hasn't missed a single game in 2018-19 -- producing five goals and 25 assists through 48 contests -- though he adds, "I think this summer is going to be kind of a rehab summer."
Suter set up the go-ahead goal from Eric Staal in regulation, helping his team earn a 3-2 shootout win over Los Angeles on Tuesday. It was his 25th assist of the season.
It's the 11th year in a row that Suter has hit this mark, and he doesn't look like he's going to be stopping anytime soon. Given his penchant for setting up goals and his presence on the power play, he's a great piece to have on your blue line in all formats.
Suter dished out a trio of helpers in Thursday's 5-1 win over Florida.
That's five assists in the last two games for Suter. It's a bit concerning that the minute-munching blueliner has put just two pucks on net total over the past four games, but Suter's bread is buttered by his passing ability. Of his 26 points through 31 games, 22 have come via assist.
Suter pitched in two power-play assists Tuesday in a 7-1 home win over the Canadiens.
The stalwart defenseman is up to 23 points (four goals, 19 assists), with the total consisting of two scores and seven helpers on the man advantage. There's still plenty of hockey left in the 2018-19 season, but Suter is well on his way to finishing with the highest point total (63) of his 14-year career. We're looking at his robust 9.3 shooting percentage as a key catalyst for the surge.
Suter scored a goal in Tuesday's win over the Canucks.
Set up on top of the circle during the power play, Suter received a pass from Mikael Granlund and rocketed a slap shot past Anders Nilsson to tie the game in the second period. He failed to tickle the twine in the previous 15 games, but he has six points in the last six.
Suter recorded a pair of assists in Wednesday's 6-4 win over Ottawa.
Suter has not scored a goal in November; meanwhile, Wednesday's two-assist performance marked only his fourth and fifth points of the month. Despite that, the 33-year-old American has been solid and does have 17 points in 22 games, continuing to be the workhorse on Minnesota's blue line. He deserves nightly consideration for no other reason than you can't produce points if you don't play, and simply put, Suter plays more than most others.
Suter registered two assists in Thursday's 6-2 win over the Canucks.
The minutes-eating blueliner had gone four straight without a point but broke out in quality fashion with two helpers Thursday. It's also worth noting Suter logged a season-low 21:32 of ice time against Vancouver, close to five minutes below his season average.
Suter didn't factor into the scoring in Sunday's 3-2 road win over the Blues, though he did log 27:02 of ice time.
Suter is heavily utilized by the Wild, seeing ice time in 5-on-5 situations, during the power play, and naturally, when his team is on the penalty kill. Even though the 33-year-old defenseman was mostly preoccupied with slowing the opposition in this latest contest, he's accumulated three goals and 10 assists through 17 games, which is currently good for a seventh-place ranking at his position.
Suter recorded a pair of helpers Tuesday in a 4-3 win over the Oilers.
The veteran defenseman, on top of tallying two assists, played a game-high 28:35 on Tuesday. Suter continues to be a minutes eater for the Wild and now has 12 points in as many games to start the season. The Wild's next game comes Saturday in St. Louis.
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