Timo Meier Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 220 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 10/8/1996 (27)
Timo Meier Last 10 Games
Timo Meier News
New Jersey Devils forward Timo Meier (mid-body) will return to the lineup for Wednesday night's game against the visiting Montreal Canadiens. Meier has missed the Devils' last six games after getting injured in a 5-2 loss to the Boston Bruins on Dec. 30. The 2023-24 season has been a disappointing one for the veteran between injuries and underperformance. Coming off of a 40-goal season last year, Meier has tallied just nine goals and 15 points across 28 games this season while averaging just 2.79 shots per game, a far cry from the 4.19 shots per game he averaged with 327 shots in 78 games last season between the Devils and Sharks. The Devils have also been without star center Jack Hughes due to a shoulder injury.
New Jersey Devils winger Timo Meier (lower body) could return Friday against the San Jose Sharks, according to head coach Lindy Ruff. Meier has missed the last seven games with a lower-body injury, but after skating Wednesday on his own, he could be an option for Friday. With the Devils having three days between games after Friday, the team could be cautious with Meier and have him return next Tuesday. Either way, the 27-year-old should be back soon and will slot right back into the top six and first power-play unit. He is a must-start player in fantasy when he's active.
New Jersey Devils winger Timo Meier (lower body) will remain on the shelf for Saturday's contest against the Rangers. He dropped out of the lineup Thursday versus Pittsburgh after being a game-time call, and Meier has yet to recover fully from his ailment. The Swiss winger has finally had some success in Newark, scoring in each of his last three appearances. Meier boasts 11 points (five goals, six assists) in 14 games for the entire season. His next chance to return comes on Wednesday versus Detroit.
New Jersey Devils winger Timo Meier was among three players who got benched in the third period of Monday's 4-3 loss to Florida. The Devils fell four goals behind in the contest before finding a way to make the scoreline respectable inside the final 17 minutes. In addition to Meier, fellow forward Curtis Lazar and defenseman John Marino sat out all but one shift in the third frame. Devils head coach Lindy Ruff was particularly unhappy with the way Meier took penalties. He was sent to the box for tripping twice in the second period. The Swiss star finished with 11:29 of ice time and had only one shot on goal with one block. Meier had a rough 21-game stint with the Devils last season, and he hasn't started well in 2023-24 either, going scoreless through three games.