Evgenii Dadonov Stats
- Height / Weight
- 71 / 189 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 3/12/1989 (34)
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Dallas Stars forward Evgenii Dadonov signed a contract extension worth $4.5 million on Tuesday, averaging out to $2.25 million annually to stay in Texas. Dadonov played for both Dallas and Montreal during the 2022-23 season. He played in 73 games, tallying seven goals, 26 assists, 110 shots on goal, 18 penalty minutes, and carried a minus-eight rating. The 34-year-old right-winger joined the Stars in February and made a significant impact, registering three goals and 12 assists in 23 games. The contract extension was finalized on Tuesday.
Dallas Stars forward Evgenii Dadonov (lower body) will be out for Game 4 versus Vegas Thursday. Dadonov's time on the ice was cut short in Game 4, lasting a mere 2:52 minutes as he sustained a lower-body injury. Unfortunately, this means Dadonov will be absent from the Stars' lineup for Game 4. In the current postseason, he has accumulated an impressive four goals, six assists, and 29 shots on goal in 16 games, showing how important he is for the Stars.
Dallas Stars right wing Evgenii Dadonov found the back of the net in Monday's 5-4 overtime loss against the Canucks. The 33-year-old was traded from the Canadiens to the Stars on Sunday, and the veteran forward did not waste any time to make an impact with his new club. Dadonov struggled with only four goals and 18 points in 50 games as a member of the rebuilding Canadiens, but he now joins a contending Stars team that ranks third in the Western Conference standings by points percentage. Dadonov played on the second line with forwards Jamie Benn and Wyatt Johnston, and as a result he is worth adding in deep formats for the scoring production.
The Dallas Stars acquired winger Evgenii Dadonov from the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday, giving up Denis Gurianov in the deal. Montreal will retain 50 percent of Dadonov's salary. The veteran is in the final season of a three-year, $15 million deal he signed with Ottawa in 2020. Dadonov quickly moved on from Ottawa to the Vegas Golden Knights and landed in Montreal via a trade back in June. He struggled to make an impact for the Canadiens and posted only eight goals and 14 assists in 50 games. Playing with better talent in Dallas should give Dadonov a lift. Gurianov, who will be a restricted free agent in the summer, should benefit from the move as well after falling out of favor in Texas. He managed to net just two goals and had nine points in 43 games with the Stars this season.