Dillon Dube Stats
- Height / Weight
- 71 / 185 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 7/20/1998 (25)
Dillon Dube Last 10 Games
Dillon Dube News
Calgary Flames forward Dillon Dube (undisclosed) will miss Wednesday's game against the Dallas Stars. Dube wasn't on the ice for Tuesday's practice or Wednesday's optional skate, and now it appears he will miss his first game of the season. The injury looks to be a minor one, so expect Dube to return before long. After a solid 2022-23 campaign where he notched 45 points (18 goals, 27 assists) in 82 games, Dube has gone ice cold to start this season, with only three points in nine games to go along with a -10 rating. The 25-year-old won't have much fantasy value unless he can make his way into the top six or the top powerplay unit, so he can be left on waivers for now. In his absence, top prospect Connor Zary is expected to make his NHL debut. He is an interesting dynasty league option, but doesn't have much redraft value as of now.
Calgary Flames winger Dillon Dube had two assists as the team picked apart the Coyotes 6-3 Wednesday night. He played a big part in a comeback, helping Tyler Toffoli to tie the game at three and assisting Jakob Pelletier on the power play for the game-winning goal. The Flames had only two forwards without a point in the game and Dube was one of five players with multiple points. He has made it a habit for himself lately with three multi-point performances in his past six games. The scoring surge has pushed Dube to 37 points for the season with 58 games played. The 24-year-old is also nearing 100 hits for the campaign, so Dube is currently a great target for fantasy managers.
Calgary Flames winger Dillon Dube rocked the Sabres with a career-high four points in Saturday's 7-2 win, recording a goal and three assists. Buffalo grabbed a two-goal lead, but Jakob Pelletier sparked a comeback with his first career goal and Dube ended up marking the biggest impact in the third period when he was involved in three goals. The 24-year-old has a habit of blowing hot and cold, but his game isn't all about scoring, and managers in deep leagues should definitely monitor his progress. Dube has totaled 13 goals and 31 points in 53 games with 94 shots and 86 hits.
Calgary Flames winger Dillon Dube had one of his better outings of the season Wednesday versus Vancouver, finishing a 4-3 shootout loss with two assists. He bagged a power-play helper on a Mikael Backlund goal when the Flames started a comeback effort from a 2-0 deficit and Dube recorded another first-period assist when Andrew Mangiapane lit the lamp. It's his second multi-point outing of the season. Dube hasn't seen a lot of success in 2022-23, with Calgary's second line struggling to find chemistry, but things have improved in recent weeks. The 24-year-old has notched eight of his 14 points in nine games since Nov. 29.