Dylan Strome Stats
- Height / Weight
- 75 / 200 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 3/7/1997 (25)
Dylan Strome Last 10 Games
Dylan Strome News
Washington Capitals forward Dylan Strome will re-enter the lineup Monday against the Islanders, joining Alex Ovechkin and Conor Sheary on the first line. He's back after sitting out one game as a healthy scratch, and Lars Eller will now be forced to watch things from the press box on Monday. Strome has had a good season with 31 points in 44 games, but things have gotten crowded on the Capitals frontline following the addition of Nicklas Backstrom and Tom Wilson, and head coach Peter Laviolette has some difficult decisions to make. Strome is also joining the second power-play unit for Monday's contest.
Washington Capitals forward Dylan Strome skated away with three points Thursday after the team took down Columbus 6-2. He had a hat trick of assists in the contest, setting up Martin Fehervary for the game-winning goal and providing a pair of power-play helpers for T.J. Oshie and Alex Ovechkin. Strome reached 23 assists for the season and has 31 points in 41 games. The former third-overall pick has finally played like one in Washington, although things could get complicated for Strome with the return of Tom Wilson (knee) and Nicklas Backstrom (hip). Both players should be ready for their season debuts very soon.
Chicago Blackhawks forward Dylan Strome will return to the lineup on Thursday against Washington, taking up a spot on the second line. The 24-year-old has missed two games as a healthy scratch. It's not been a good season for Strome, as he's found himself in the press box a lot of times, skating in only 12 games. He's notched a single goal with two assists and 19 shots. It seems like only a trade can solve this situation for both parties, and Strome now has a chance to impress potential suitors. He'll be skating with Chicago's leading goal-scorer Alex DeBrincat and Kirby Dach.
Chicago Blackhawks forward Dylan Strome will be in the lineup on Thursday against Vancouver for his season debut. Ryan Carpenter also gets into the team, while Philipp Kurashev and Mike Hardman (concussion) will make way. The Blackhawks have gone 0-3-1 at the start of the season without Strome. The 24-year-old has shown glimpses of great ability, but he's not had a lot of success in the league so far, boasting 122 points in 204 career games. 51 of them came in 2018-19. With Kurashev exiting the lineup, it's possible that Strome will log top-six minutes on the Jonathan Toews line.