Mason Marchment Stats
- Height / Weight
- 76 / 210 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 6/18/1995 (28)
Mason Marchment Last 10 Games
Mason Marchment News
Dallas Stars winger Mason Marchment returned from a one-game absence with his fourth postseason goal of the year Saturday against the Kraken. He got the scoring started for Dallas in a 6-3 loss, reaching six points for the playoffs. Marchment has also registered 11 shots on net, 27 hits and 16 penalty minutes with a minus-four rating. The 27-year-old had a big role in the close-out game in the previous round and will look to make a significant impact again in Monday's Game 7 against the Kraken.
Ahead of Game 5 against Seattle, the availability of Dallas Stars winger Mason Marchment (undisclosed) remains uncertain as he is listed as a game-time decision. Marchment's Game 4 was cut short as he left the ice after only three shifts due to an undisclosed injury. His status for Game 5 will be determined closer to the start of the game. However, if the 27-year-old left winger cannot join the Stars' lineup, it will leave a significant gap to fill. Marchment has been a valuable contributor with three goals, two assists, and nine shots on goal across 10 games.
Dallas Stars winger Mason Marchment suffered an upper-body injury in Tuesday's Game 4 against Seattle. He took only three shifts and exited after taking an inadvertent elbow to his head. There was no update on Marchment after the game. The Stars lost an in-form player, as Marchment entered Tuesday's action having averaged a point per game for the previous five contests. He has produced three goals and two assists this postseason. Marchment is also a big physical presence for the Stars and has the second-most hits on the team in the playoffs with 23.
Dallas Stars winger Mason Marchment tallied a goal and an assist when the team advanced into the next round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs with a 4-1 victory over Minnesota. The 27-year-old started the six-game series quietly but ended it strongly by scoring in back-to-back games. He had three points in total in the matchup. With him being a third-liner, it's hard to expect more from Marchment, although a role on the second power-play unit gives him extra opportunities to make noise offensively.