Kevin Hayes Stats
- Height / Weight
- 77 / 216 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 5/8/1992 (30)
Kevin Hayes Last 10 Games
Kevin Hayes News
Philadelphia Flyers forward Kevin Hayes potted a pair of power-play goals when his team took a 5-3 loss from Winnipeg on Sunday. He was able to tie the game from a 3-1 deficit, but the Jets managed to tilt things in their favor in the end. Tony DeAngelo had an assist on both goals. Hayes also hit a hat trick in one of his recent games and has now reached 15 goals for the campaign. In 47 appearances, Hayes has added 28 assists. He is having a career and could even be a point-per-game player if he can up his scoring pace just a bit.
Philadelphia Flyers forward Kevin Hayes had a night to remember against the Ducks on Tuesday, as he scored his first NHL hat trick in a 5-2 win. He opened the scoring in the first period on the power play and added a couple of goals in the third, capping off the three-goal game with an empty-netter. Hayes has been one of the main danger men on the Flyers team all season and is now on 40 points for the campaign. 10 of them have come in his eight January appearances, so Hayes has kicked off 2023 in superb form and will now get a pair of juicy matchups to keep it up, as the Flyers get ready to face Chicago and Detroit.
Philadelphia Flyers center Kevin Hayes played a part in two goals in Monday's 4-1 win over Anaheim, finishing with a pair of assists. He was actively looking for a goal himself as well, recording three shots on the net in 13:25 of ice time. Hayes has been limited to third-line minutes lately, with head coach John Tortorella not happy with his work. Philadelphia's second-best scorer even watched one game from the press box last month as a healthy scratch. It's still been a good campaign for Hayes, with him having notched 32 points in 37 games, but a run of four points in 10 games has been a big blow to his fantasy stock.
Philadelphia Flyers center Kevin Hayes will miss his first game of the season Saturday versus the Rangers. The 30-year-old was benched for the third period Thursday versus New Jersey and now finds himself completely out of the lineup for some lackluster play. It's a ruthless decision from head coach John Tortorella, as Hayes has been Philadelphia's top scorer this season with 29 points in 31 games. Following Saturday, Hayes will have a lot of time to reflect on things, with the Flyers being off until Tuesday.