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Carl Dahlstrom Fantasy Hockey News

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    Golden Knights’ Carl Dahlstrom: Misses out on roster spot

    Carl Dahlstrom was waived by the Vegas Golden Knights on Monday, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.The Golden Knights acquired venerable playmaking defender, Alex Pietrangelo, in free agency, which means the young club can afford to be patient with Dahlstrom. Selected by Chicago with a second-round (51st overall) pick in 2013, Dahlstrom checks out physically at 6-foot-4 and 231 pounds, but the verdict is still out on how quickly he can get his offensive game up to speed.

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    Golden Knights’ Carl Dahlstrom: Flipped via trade

    Carl Dahlstrom was sent to Vegas from Winnipeg, along with a 2022 fourth-round pick, in a swap for Paul Stastny on Friday, Darren Dreger of TSN reports.Dahlstrom was limited to just 15 games for Winnipeg last season, often serving as a healthy scratch. When he got into the lineup, the defenseman recorded just one assist, nine shots and 13 blocks while logging 14:46 of ice time per game. The Swede won’t find minutes any easier to come by with the Knights, though the departures of Deryk Engelland and Jon Merrill could clear up a spot.

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    Jets’ Carl Dahlstrom: Activated off injured reserve

    Carl Dahlstrom (hand) was taken off injured reserve Monday.Despite coming off IR, Dahlstrom may still have to watch from the press box in favor of Nathan Beaulieu and Tucker Poolman against Arizona on Monday. Even when healthy, Dahlstrom has appeared in just 15 contests this season, in which he has notched one helper, nine shots and six PIM while averaging 14:46 of ice time.

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    Jets’ Carl Dahlstrom: Lands on injured reserve

    Carl Dahlstrom (hand) was designated for injured reserve Thursday.Considering Dahlstrom is expected to be sidelined for at least six weeks, his placement on IR shouldn’t come as a surprise. With Tucker Poolman (lower body) also headed for injured reserve, the Winnipeg Jets will probably need to promote a player from the minors and Cameron Schilling figures to be the most likely candidate.

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    Jets’ Carl Dahlstrom: Sidelined six-plus weeks

    Carl Dahlstrom will be sidelined at least six weeks due to a broken hand suffered Tuesday against the Canucks, Mitchell Clinton of Winnipeg JetsTV reports.Dahlstrom has served as a healthy scratch for much fo the season, but he got an opportunity to play Tuesday and took advantage with his first point (an assist) of the season. Unfortunately, the blueliner picked up a broken hand along the way and will leave the Jets short on depth on the back end. The Jets may be forced to hail reinforcements from the AHL if the other injured defensemen aren’t ready in time for the start of a three-game road trip Sunday in Chicago.

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    Jets’ Carl Dahlstrom: Exits early Tuesday

    Carl Dahlstrom suffered an upper-body injury in Tuesday’s game versus the Canucks.Dahlstrom entered the lineup after lower-body injuries sidelined Tucker Poolman and Nathan Beaulieu. It’s unclear how long Dahlstrom will be out, but the Winnipeg Jets will have to finish Tuesday’s game with five defensemen at a minimum. Dmitry Kulikov figures to enter the lineup if Dahlstrom is unable to go Friday versus the Lightning, which sounds highly likely. After the game, coach Paul Maurice said Dahlstrom’s injury is “not going to be short term,” Mike McIntyre of the Winnipeg Free Press reports.

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    Jets’ Carl Dahlstrom: Scratched Monday

    Carl Dahlstrom was a healthy scratch versus the Habs on Monday.After suiting up in the Winnipeg Jets’ prior two contests, Dahlstrom found himself back in the press box while Sami Niku took his spot on the blue line. With Dmitry Kulikov (upper body) set to return soon, Dahlstrom will find minutes even harder to come by and could even end up back on the waiver wire.

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    Jets’ Carl Dahlstrom: Can’t break into lineup

    Carl Dahlstrom was a healthy scratch versus Philadelphia on Sunday.It was the fifth consecutive game in the press box for Dahlstrom, who has played in just two of the Winnipeg Jets’ last 20 contests. At this point, it will likely take another injury for Dahlstrom to get into the lineup with any consistency, otherwise, he will need to hope to get a look over Anthony Bitetto from time to time.

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    Jets’ Carl Dahlstrom: Scratched again Tuesday

    Carl Dahlstrom served as a healthy scratch against Nashville on Tuesday, his ninth straight game in the press box.Dahlstrom has found himself on the outside looking in ever since the team snagged Luca Sbisa off the waiver wire. Given the emergence of Tucker Poolman, the 24-year-old Dahlstrom will be hard pressed to win back a spot on the blue line and could wind up back on waivers himself before too long.

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    Jets’ Carl Dahlstrom: Ice time plummets

    Carl Dahlstrom logged a meager 9:12 of ice time versus the Flames on Saturday.Dahlstrom has consistently been over the 15-minute mark in each of his first eight appearances, but this drastic dip in ice time should be a red flag for fantasy owners. Additionally, the Winnipeg Jets recently claimed Luca Sbisa off waivers to bolster their blue line depth, which could be an indication Dahlstrom will be headed to the minors sooner rather than later.

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