Roman Josi Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 201 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 6/1/1990 (33)
Roman Josi Last 10 Games
Roman Josi News
Nashville Predators defenseman Roman Josi grabbed three assists in Friday's 6-3 triumph over the Stars. Josi's work helped Tommy Novak score in the second period, and the Predators captain had two assists on a pair of third-period goals, which Filip Forsberg and Gustav Nyquist scored. The former came in a power-play situation. Josi is currently in the midst of one of his most productive spells of the season, having finished without a point just once in his past six appearances. He continues to be among the most prolific blue-liners in the league and has totaled 35 points (eight goals, 27 assists) for the season across 42 outings.
Nashville Predators defenseman Roman Josi factored in all three goals as the team cooled off the Jets with a 3-2 victory on Sunday. Josi scored Nashville's second goal and had two assists, including one on the power play, as the Predators jumped to a three-goal lead. As usual, Josi kept himself busy on the other side of the puck as well, registering two blocks in 22:24 of ice time. The Predators captain boosted his points total to 15 on Sunday, and he has tallied 75 shots and 34 blocks across 20 outings. He's one of the most reliable blue-liners in fantasy hockey and continues to deliver solid two-way production.
Nashville Predators defenseman Roman Josi (upper body) is close to returning to action but will have to skip another game Tuesday versus Boston. He is trying to come back from an upper-body injury and has missed five games because of the ailment. However, Josi has joined the team for a brief two-game road trip that starts Tuesday night, so it looks like he could be an option in the next game Thursday versus Pittsburgh. The Predators captain has totaled a team-high 59 points in 67 games during another prolific campaign. His eventual return will mean a demotion from the first power-play unit for Tyson Barrie, who enters Tuesday's contest with a four-game point streak.
Nashville Predators defenseman Roman Josi (upper body) will remain on the sidelines for Tuesday's matchup against Buffalo. The Predators captain was forced to miss his first game of the season Sunday against the Rangers and still hasn't recovered from an upper-body injury. Tyson Barrie has taken over Josi's spot on the first power-play unit and will hope to make a big impact Tuesday against a team that has the second-worst penalty kill in the league. Josi's absence has left a big gap to fill on the blue line, but the Predators will at least get some help Tuesday in the form of Ryan McDonagh (upper body), who returns from a four-game absence.