Mike Hoffman Stats
- Height / Weight
- 72 / 190 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/24/1989 (33)
Mike Hoffman Last 10 Games
Mike Hoffman News
Montreal Canadiens winger Mike Hoffman will rejoin the lineup Monday versus Seattle. He has been a healthy scratch for the past two games. The veteran will be taking Anthony Richard's spot in the lineup. Hoffman has been off the fantasy radar for most of the season, registering only 12 points in 28 appearances. Half of his points came in seven November outings, so fantasy managers should keep their expectations extremely low when it comes to Hoffman.
Montreal Canadiens winger Mike Hoffman (lower body) will rejoin the action Saturday versus L.A. A lower-body injury has forced him to miss eight games, but Hofmann has now been cleared to play, and he will slot into the third line next to Kirby Dach and Juraj Slafkovsky. The veteran sniper had clearly his best spell of the season right before getting injured, registering six points in six games. He's on five goals and three assists for the whole season with 16 games played. Hoffman's best days are behind him, but he's a savvy scorer and Saturday's matchup puts him in a spot where he has a chance to do some scoring against a team that is giving up 3.59 goals per game this season.
Montreal Canadiens winger Mike Hoffman (lower-body) sat out Monday's practice after being injured over the weekend against Philadelphia. The team has announced that Hoffman was being evaluated for a lower-body problem. It's currently unknown if Hoffman can play Tuesday versus Buffalo. The veteran sniper has begun to recover from an awful start to the season and bagged his sixth point in six games via an assist against the Flyers. He has tallied five goals and three assists overall this season in 16 games. Juraj Slafkovsky moved to the second line in Monday's practice and could be set to play a major role in Tuesday's matchup if Hoffman isn't healthy enough to play.
Montreal Canadiens winger Mike Hoffman is dealing with an upper-body injury and missed Friday's practice. The team considers him day-to-day for now. Montreal is set to start the season on Oct. 12 against Toronto. Hoffman has struggled to find consistent form ever since leaving Florida in 2020, but he finished last season with a nice five-game point streak and will hope to open the new campaign on the right foot as well. Hoffman is projected to start the year on the second line, although Montreal's plans for the season opener could change quickly, as center Christian Dvorak also missed Friday's practice with an upper-body problem.