Denis Gurianov Stats
- Height / Weight
- 75 / 205 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 6/7/1997 (25)
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Denis Gurianov News
Dallas Stars winger Denis Gurianov has been granted an indefinite leave of absence by the team for family reasons. The 25-year-old was already out of the lineup Monday versus Columbus and it's not known when he will be able to return. 2022-23 has been a very difficult campaign for Gurianov, as he has found himself in and out of the lineup, skating in only 25 of the team's 33 games. He has averaged 12:54 of ice time, and Gurianov sits on two goals and three assists. With Gurianov absent, Riley Tufte could be set for an extended run in the team. He made his season debut Monday after earning 16 points in 21 AHL appearances.
Dallas Stars winger Denis Gurianov will be rolling with the second line Saturday night against Montreal. The 25-year-old has started the 2022-23 campaign with a four-game scoring drought, but he impressed Thursday against Toronto and now gets a chance to play a bigger role. Ty Dellandrea has previously skated on the second line with Tyler Seguin and Mason Marchment, but he will move to the third line for Saturday's game. Gurianov is an enigmatic figure who boasts all the talent in the world but seems incapable of achieving any kind of consistency. He even spent a number of games as a healthy scratch last season. A meeting with a weak Montreal squad should be a good spot for him to start building momentum.
Dallas Stars winger Denis Gurianov will be back in the lineup Saturday against San Jose after missing Thursday's 3-2 overtime victory versus Anaheim as a healthy scratch. He'll skate with Tyler Seguin and Vladislav Namestnikov on the second line. With 29 points to his name in 61 outings, Gurianov hasn't done too badly this season, but he had just one point in five games before getting scratched and clearly needs to do more. Defenseman Thomas Harley also jumps back into the lineup, while Esa Lindell (upper body) remains sidelined.
Dallas Stars winger Denis Gurianov will watch Thursday's game against Anaheim in the press box as a healthy scratch. The 24-year-old has been cold for quite some time and head coach Rick Bowness gave him just 17 shifts in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Ducks. Gurianov boasts 11 goals and 29 points for the campaign in 61 games and has managed to add just six points to his tally this month. Alexander Radulov saw some extra minutes on Tuesday and might get a bigger role again. Meanwhile, Bowness has some thinking to do in defense as well, with Esa Lindell regarded as a game-time decision with an upper-body injury.
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