Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Plus-Minus Goals Scored For or Against Total
Time On Ice
2019 -1-0.3 -1 11:20
3y Avg. -

Fantasy News

  • Lightning's Gabriel Dumont: Heads to minors

    Dumont was assigned to Syracuse of the AHL on Sunday, per Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times. Dumont was among Tampa Bay's latest batch of roster cuts from training camp. He registered 30 goals and 62 points in 75 games for the Crunch last season, serving as captain of the team.
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  • Lightning's Gabriel Dumont: Returns to AHL

    The Lightning assigned Dumont to AHL Syracuse on Friday. The 31-year-old hasn't played in either of the two games he's been on the roster for. Barring numerous injuries to Lightning forwards, Dumont figures to be nothing more than a depth option for the remainder of the season.
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  • Lightning's Gabriel Dumont: Called up from minors

    Dumont was recalled from AHL Syracuse on Monday. Dumont hasn't played in an NHL game since the 2019-20 season when he saw action in three contests for the Wild. The 31-year-old center figures to serve primarily as an emergency depth option but is unlikely to challenge for a consistent roster spot and should be expected to spend most of his time in the press box. In a corresponding move, the team shipped Fredrik Claesson down to the Crunch.
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  • Lightning's Gabriel Dumont: Clears waivers and off to AHL

    Dumont cleared waivers Monday and will report to AHL Syracuse's training camp, reports Joe Smith of The Athletic. Dumont turns 31 on Wednesday and has just 90 NHL games under his belt -- and just three since 2017-18. Dumont will be ready to drop everything if the call to the big club comes, but he likely won't make a dent offensively. He has four goals and five assists in those 90 games.
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  • Lightning's Gabriel Dumont: Lands on waivers

    The Lightning waived Dumont on Sunday, per CBS Sports. Dumont racked up 12 goals and 31 points in 34 games with AHL Iowa last season. The 30-year-old forward has 90 games of NHL experience and could be recalled in case of injury.
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  • Lightning's Gabriel Dumont: Signs with Tampa

    Dumont signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Lightning on Wednesday. Dumont was a solid contributor with AHL Iowa last year, scoring 12 goals and adding 19 assists in 34 contests, though he didn't get a look with the big club. The 30-year-old forward will provide organizational depth for the Lightning, but he likely won't be on the Opening Night roster.
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  • Wild's Gabriel Dumont: Fails to make roster

    The Wild sent Dumont to AHL Iowa on Monday. Dumont was likely one of the last cuts by the Wild in training camp, as he brings 90 games of NHL experience, including three games last season with the Wild. Spending most of his time with AHL Iowa last season, the 30-year-old supplied eight goals and 15 points across 34 games. Dumont will likely handle a top-six role in the minors, with a chance to earn a call-up at some point this season.
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  • Wild's Gabriel Dumont: Drops down a rank

    The Wild assigned Dumont to AHL Iowa on Saturday, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports. With Joel Eriksson Ek (lower body) returning from injured reserve, Dumont's services are no longer necessary with the big club. During his NHL stint, Dumont suited up in three games, dishing out nine hits and recording a minus-1 rating.
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  • Wild's Gabriel Dumont: Promoted to top level

    The Wild recalled Dumont from AHL Iowa on Saturday. Dumont has had a strong start to the year with Iowa, notching three goals and five points in five games. Minnesota is dealing with a ton of injuries up front, so the 29-year-old could slot into the lineup right away Sunday against Montreal.
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  • Wild's Gabriel Dumont: Inks two-way deal with Minnesota

    Dumont signed a two-year, two-way contract with the Wild on Monday. Dumont hasn't appeared in an NHL contest since 2017-18, so this is purely an organizational depth move. It wouldn't be surprising to see the 28-year-old forward spend the entirety of the 2019-20 campaign with AHL Iowa.
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  • Lightning's Gabriel Dumont: Claimed off waivers by Lightning

    Dumont was claimed off waivers by the Lightning on Wednesday, Pierre LeBrun of TSN reports. The Senators originally pried Dumont away from Tampa Bay through the waiver process in late November, so he's gone full circle back to the original employer. According to Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times, the 27-year-old pivot has already been assigned to AHL Syracuse. There's no fantasy value with Dumont, as he's only provided nine points in 87 career games between the Habs, Bolts and Senators.
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  • Senators' Gabriel Dumont: Hits waivers

    The Senators placed Dumont on waivers Tuesday, Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman reports. This move suggests Ryan Dzingel (personal) will likely be available for Wednesday's matchup with Chicago. If Dumont, who's only tallied one goal and two points in 23 contests this campaign, goes unclaimed, he'll likely be assigned to AHL Belleville, where he could spend the rest of the 2017-18 season.
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  • Senators' Gabriel Dumont: Activated from IR

    Dumont (undisclosed) was activated from injured reserve Friday, Brent Wallace of reports. Dumont has missed the past nine games tending to his unspecified issue. However, his activation sets him up to be an option for the Senators' game against the Rangers on Saturday. Still, we're talking about a guy that's appeared in only 85 NHL games since the Canadiens originally called his name in the fifth round of the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, and he's clearly free-agent fodder in virtually any fantasy format.
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  • Senators' Gabriel Dumont: Out again Thursday

    Dumont (undisclosed) participated in practice but will remain out of the lineup Thursday against the Sabres, Callum Fraser of reports. Dumont was reportedly targeting Thursday for his return to action, but he will instead continue on the rest and rehab route. Considering he's averaged fewer than 10 minutes of ice time per contest since joining the Senators, it's unlikely his eventual activation off of injured reserve will have a large impact from a fantasy standpoint.
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  • Senators' Gabriel Dumont: Targeting Thursday return

    Dumont (undisclosed) is hoping to return to action for Thursday's clash with Buffalo, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports. The news effectively rules Dumont out of action against the Penguins on Tuesday, but it certainly appears he is nearing a return. Even when in the lineup, the center isn't exactly a prolific scorer, considering he has two points in 21 contests this year. Once cleared to play, the Quebec native will need to be activated off injured reserve.
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  • Senators' Gabriel Dumont: Lands on injured reserve

    Dumont was designated for IR with an undisclosed injury, per the NHL media site. Although Dumont logged a mere 7:04 of ice time against Boston on Thursday, his minutes were not significantly below his season average (8:35), so it's unclear if the injury occured during that game or not. If Filip Chlapik (upper body) remains sidelined, Dumont's injury should open the door for recently acquired Magnus Paajarvi to make his Senators debut. Even using a retroactive designation to Jan. 25, Dumont's placement on injured reserve rules him out versus the Hurricanes on Tuesday.
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  • Senators' Gabriel Dumont: Logs six minutes in return

    Dumont tallied two hits in 6:09 of ice time in his return from an ankle injury against Detroit on Wednesday. In addition to his two hits, Dumont registered a minus-1 rating during his limited appearance. The center's low minute total could be as simple as easing him back into the lineup; however, his season average is just 10:22 and he has periodically served as a healthy scratch.
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  • Senators' Gabriel Dumont: Ready to return to action

    Dumont (ankle) will be back in the lineup for Wednesday's matchup in Detroit, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports. Dumont will thus return to game action after missing the last six contests with the ankle ailment. The 27-year-old has just eight points over the course of his fleeting NHL career and has just one point this season, so he is thoroughly off the fantasy radar regardless of his health status.
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  • Senators' Gabriel Dumont: Lands on IR

    The Senators placed Dumont (ankle) on injured reserve Wednesday, per the NHL's official media site. The severity of Dumont's ailment remains unclear, but he'll miss at least two more games with the ankle injury that prevented him from suiting up for Tuesday's matchup with the Wild. Either way, fantasy owners shouldn't need to concern themselves with the veteran pivot's status, as he's only tallied one assist in 18 games this campaign.
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  • Senators' Gabriel Dumont: Unavailable Tuesday

    Dumont will miss Tuesday's matchup with Minnesota after sustaining an ankle injury, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports. Dumont is averaging a mere 9:00 of ice time in his previous 10 outings and has just one helper to show for it. In addition to his lone assist, the natural center has tallied 13 shots on goal, 23 hits and three blocks over that stretch. Given his limited offensive production, most fantasy owners are unlikely to be impacted by his absence from the lineup.
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