Jamie Drysdale Stats
- Height / Weight
- 71 / 183 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 4/8/2002 (20)
Jamie Drysdale Last 10 Games
Jamie Drysdale News
Anaheim Ducks defenseman Jamie Drysdale (shoulder) is set to miss 4-6 months of action. He was injured in Friday's loss to Vegas and has been diagnosed with a torn labrum. This is awful news, as many expected to see Drysdale have a breakthrough year and it's now clear that this will almost be like a lost season for him instead. It didn't start great either for him, with the 20-year-old rearguard going scoreless and registering a minus-three rating in eight games before getting sidelined. Drysdale's injury helped Colton White back into the lineup Sunday against Toronto, but he's a guy fantasy managers can safely ignore.
Anaheim Ducks defenseman Jamie Drysdale sustained an upper-body injury in Friday's loss to Vegas and wasn't able to practice because of it on Saturday. The young blue-liner skated for just 7:22 against the Golden Knights, registering one hit and one shot. Drysdale has had a rough ride early in the season, and the injury makes it even worse for him. With eight games gone, Drysdale has yet to register any points and is minus-three for the year. Having some time off might even be good for him. Drysdale should be regarded as questionable for Sunday's clash with Toronto.
Anaheim Ducks defenseman Jamie Drysdale will be back in the lineup for Anaheim on Wednesday. The rookie defenseman suffered an upper-body injury on Monday versus St. Louis. Through 21 Ducks contests, Drysdale has produced three goals and four helpers. He averages quite a bit of ice time for a rookie, playing over 19:00 minutes per game. With just five Ducks games remaining, the offensive-minded player may be a solid late-season pickup for fantasy managers if available.
Anaheim Ducks defenseman Jamie Drysdale scored the team's only goal in Sunday's 4-1 home loss to Colorado with Troy Terry and Sam Carrick collecting the assists. It's Drysdale's second career goal in 11 games. The highly-rated blueliner has so far picked up five points with 13 shots, adding seven blocks and three hits. The 18-year-old has started to see some really good ice time in recent games, logging 21-plus minutes three times in his past four appearances. He skates on the second defensive pairing and has taken up a spot on the second power-play unit. The Ducks meet the league's fourth-worst defensive team next when they have a pair of road outings against San Jose, which should help their offense to get going again -- this was the fifth time in six games Anaheim scored two or fewer goals, the only exception was a 5-1 win over the Sharks.