T.J. Oshie Stats
- Height / Weight
- 72 / 187 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 12/23/1986 (36)
T.J. Oshie Last 10 Games
T.J. Oshie News
Washington Capitals forwards Nicklas Backstrom (illness) and T.J. Oshie (personal) will rejoin the lineup Thursday against the Penguins. Both players sat out Tuesday's clash with Colorado. Following hip surgery, Backstrom's season debut came very late, and he has skated in only seven games so far, going goalless with three assists. He is set to center a line with Sonny Milano and Marcus Johansson on Thursday. Oshie, who has posted 10 goals and seven assists in 32 games, is primed to join Alex Ovechkin's line, which also features Dylan Strome.
Washington Capitals forward T.J. Oshie (personal) won't be in the lineup Tuesday versus Colorado. He has left the team's three-game road trip to attend the birth of his child. The veteran should be back for the next game when the Capitals are back home for a contest versus Pittsburgh on Thursday. Oshie is having a down year, sitting on only 10 goals and 17 points in 32 games. He has been used throughout the lineup but hasn't really hit consistent form in any situation.
Washington Capitals forward T.J. Oshie (upper body) could be back in action Tuesday versus Buffalo, with the team regarding him as a game-time decision for the contest. He has sat out the past six games whilst recovering from an upper-body injury. Oshie is set to skate on the third line if he's cleared for action. The veteran has been off form for most of 2022-23, averaging a career-low 0.50 points per game in 22 outings. He has failed to get any points in nine of his last 11 appearances. Oshie's fantasy stock must be at an all-time low, although he should still have some decent appeal, as Washington uses him on the first power-play unit.
Washington Capitals forward T.J. Oshie (upper body) will remain out Thursday against Ottawa and he won't feature in Friday's matchup against Winnipeg, either. He sustained an upper-body injury last weekend, and the team will give the veteran all the time he needs to get healthy. There's a holiday break coming up, so Oshie will get extended time off until Dec. 27. Injuries have left their mark on Oshie's season, with him sitting on only 11 points in 22 games. He is averaging a career-low 0.50 points per game, but with him being a 0.70-point guy throughout his career, it's safe to assume that the second half of the season will be much better for Oshie.