Brandon Hagel Stats
- Height / Weight
- 74 / 179 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 8/27/1998 (24)
Brandon Hagel Last 10 Games
Brandon Hagel News
Tampa Bay Lightning winger Brandon Hagel posted a second consecutive three-point outing on Saturday, leading his crew to a 5-1 victory over Montreal with two goals and one assist. He opened the scoring with less than three minutes played and also provided the team's fourth goal, scoring on the power play with 2:13 left in the second period. Hagel completed his productive night with an assist two minutes from the end when Nikita Kucherov scored. The 24-year-old is in fabulous form right now and has matched his best-ever scoring run with a five-game streak. He has nailed down a spot on the first line and Hagel also logs time on the first power-play unit.
Tampa Bay Lightning winger Brandon Hagel grabbed three points in Thursday's 4-1 win over Columbus, scoring twice and handing out one assist. All of Hagel's points came inside the final 11 minutes of action when Tampa turned a tight game into a comfortable victory. The 24-year-old was mostly used on a checking line when he arrived from Chicago last season, but Hagel earned a promotion to the first line this season, and he's done a good job in the new role, recording 10 goals and 13 assists in 29 outings. Hagel will be riding a four-game point streak into the weekend.
Tampa Bay Lightning winger Brandon Hagel scored in a third consecutive game Wednesday night against Anaheim. He netted on the power play late on to register the game-winning goal in a 4-2 victory. Patience seems to be paying off for Tampa Bay head coach Jon Cooper, as Hagel was moved to the top line right at the start of the season, but he initially struggled to make a mark. The 24-year-old winger is certainly rolling now, and Hagel gets a very good matchup to finish off the week, with the Lightning wrapping up their West Coast trip on Saturday against the Sharks.
Tampa Bay Lightning winger Brandon Hagel missed Saturday's practice but is expected to be in the lineup on Sunday in Game 3 against Florida. The 23-year-old is a bit banged up and received a maintenance day on Saturday. Hagel has yet to register a point in the series against the Panthers, but he played a pretty big part in taking down Toronto in the opening round with four points. He skates on the third line with Corey Perry and Ross Colton, who have been the team's best scorers so far in the playoffs with four and five goals, respectively.