Artem Zub Stats
- Height / Weight
- 74 / 202 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 10/3/1995 (28)
Artem Zub Last 10 Games
Artem Zub News
Ottawa Senators defenseman Artem Zub (concussion) could return to the lineup when the club visits the rival Toronto Maple Leafs on Wednesday night. Zub took a puck to the head during Ottawa's 6-1 victory over the Washington Capitals on Oct. 18 but practiced in a regular jersey alongside Jake Sanderson on Monday morning. "Obviously, we'll wait to see after if everything's good, but he looked really good to me out there and it looks like he's ready to go," Senators head coach D.J. Smith said on Monday. The 28-year-old has appeared in four games this season, tallying a goal and three points along with eight hits and nine blocked shots. With just 49 points in 185 career games, Zub remains off the fantasy radar but he has contributed a strong 383 hits and 270 blocked shots in that time, as well.
Ottawa Senators defenseman Martin Zub (upper body) still isn't cleared for game action after taking a puck to the ear on October 18. It seemed like Zub was getting ready to make his return when he was deemed questionable for Thursday's game, but he ended up being ruled out and head coach DJ Smith said today that he will miss at least the next few games as well. When he does return, Zub will carry value in bangers leagues that count hits and blocks.
Ottawa Senators defenseman Artem Zub (upper body) will miss his first game of the season Saturday versus Detroit. The Russian blue-liner was hit in the ear area by an Alex Ovechkin shot in Wednesday's meeting with Washington and will have to sit after enjoying an excellent start to the season. Zub has notched three points (one goal, two assists) in four games with eight hits, nine blocks, and a plus-three rating. He's meshed superbly with Jake Sanderson, who's also had an impressive start to the campaign with five points (two goals, three assists) in four games. Sanderson might slow down now with a new running mate, with Senators head coach D.J. Smith calling Zub's absence a "huge loss."
Ottawa Senators defenseman Artem Zub was forced to leave Wednesday's matchup against Washington early after getting hit by a puck. He took an Alex Ovechkin shot up high and exited after logging 14:11 of ice. Zub played his part in a big 6-1 win with a goal and two blocked shots. The Senators didn't have an update on him postgame, leaving Zub's status for Saturday's contest against Detroit up in the air. If he can't play, the Russian blue-liner will mainly be missed at the defensive end, but Zub has also enjoyed a good start offensively this season, posting three points (one goal, two assists) in four games.