Jamie Benn Stats
- Height / Weight
- 74 / 205 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 7/18/1989 (34)
Jamie Benn Last 10 Games
Jamie Benn News
Dallas Stars forward Jamie Benn has been suspended for two games for cross-checking Vegas Golden Knights forward Mark Stone in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals, the NHL Department of Player Safety announced Wednesday. The Stars captain was ejected from the game for his actions and he has now received an additional punishment for the incident. Benn will be forced to sit out Thursday's Game 4, and he will be unavailable for the team's first regular-season game of the 2023-24 season if Dallas can't extend the series. The Stars will likely also be without winger Evgenii Dadonov (lower body) on Thursday.
Dallas Stars left wing Jamie Benn was ejected after cross-checking Golden Knights forward Mark Stone in Tuesday's 4-0 loss in Game 3 of the Western Conference Final. Benn was assessed a major penalty and game misconduct for the cross-check on Stone while he was down at center ice, while the incident occurred less than two minutes into the first period. Benn could be facing further discipline as a result of his actions, and the Stars are facing elimination from the playoffs heading into Game 4 at home on Thursday night.
Dallas Stars forward Jamie Benn netted one goal and added an assist in a 5-4 loss to Calgary Monday. The veteran winger also had three shots on goal and two hits. Benn has had an excellent season for Dallas this year, netting 26 goals and 31 helpers in 64 games. He's averaging 15:40 of total ice time per game while posting three game-winning goals. Dallas has won three of five contests and will need Benn at the top of his game to have a successful playoff run.
Dallas Stars forward Jamie Benn led the charge Wednesday with a goal and an assist as the team grabbed a 3-0 lead over the Blackhawks before succumbing to a 4-3 defeat. He had his 23rd goal of the season and picked up his 26th assist on the power play when Jason Robertson scored. Dallas' captain has been one of the surprise performers of the season, averaging 0.84 points per game, which is his highest mark in five years. He has been working very effectively at both ends of the ice and boasts a plus-16 rating through 58 games with 134 shots on net, 68 hits and 28 blocks.