Drake Batherson Stats
- Height / Weight
- 75 / 204 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 4/27/1998 (24)
Drake Batherson Last 10 Games
Drake Batherson News
Ottawa Senators right wing Drake Batherson became the first player on the team since 2011-12 to record an 11-game point streak when he finished Tuesday's 3-2 shootout victory over Boston with two assists. He recorded a power-play assist on a Tim Stutzle goal and helped Alex DeBrincat to get a goal in an even-strength situation. The 24-year-old is now the sixth player in franchise history to reach an 11-game point streak. He has totaled seven goals and nine assists during the run, getting to 33 points for the year with 34 games played. It's been a big season for Batherson, although he's still carrying an ugly minus-23 rating around, with a large chunk of his points registered on the power play.
Ottawa Senators right wing Drake Batherson had one goal on six shots in Tuesday's 5-1 loss to Winnipeg, extending his point streak to nine games. The 24-year-old potted a power-play goal in the first period, but the team had an awful night at the office and couldn't compete with the hosts. Batherson added two hits to his line and finished the action with a minus-three rating in 17:43 of ice time. The talented winger is now minus-23 overall for the season despite registering 30 points across 32 games. He has gone minus-eight on his current scoring streak. Batherson has greatly benefited from the fourth-best power play in the league, with the Senators finishing off 28.5 percent for their chances with the man advantage.
Ottawa Senators right wing Drake Batherson recorded a goal and assist in Wednesday's 3-2 win against the Canadiens, stretching his point streak to six games. Both of his points came on the power play in the second period, with Batherson tallying his eighth goal of the campaign and his 18th assist. The 24-year-old is boasting 26 points in 29 games, but some managers might be put off by his ugly minus-18 rating, which is one of the worst in the league. Batherson is currently on a nice scoring streak, but he hasn't finished any of the six games with a positive plus/minus.
Ottawa Senators forwards Drake Batherson (illness) and Tim Stutzle (lower body) remain unavailable for Saturday's clash with the Rangers. Both players already missed Thursday's 3-2 loss to Nashville. Stutzle joined the team at Friday's practice, which was a good sign that he might play in New York, but that won't be the case. The next chance to return for Stutzle and Batherson comes on Sunday against Winnipeg. With a couple of big offensive pieces missing, Adam Gaudette joined the top six at practice and looks set to skate on the second line Saturday. He's managed only 14 points in 46 games this season but will now have a better chance to perform in a bigger role.