Kevin Stenlund’s next NHL game will be his 69th career game! Nice.
When it comes to Stenlund, he seems to be a guy who does what you want on the ice but never really gets the opportunity to stick for the Columbus Blue Jackets. Since entering the league in 2018-19 he’s never played more than 32 NHL games in a season. Then he plays and seems to find his way onto the scoresheet or doing something productive. Check out all our tweets on Stenlund.
.@PaleDragonCbus talks about the #CBJ offense taking a step forward thanks to Kevin Stenlund getting some more opportunities.— The Cannon (@cbjcannon) February 18, 2021
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FREE Stenlund @PaleDragonCbus (4 games, 5 points. Play him.) pic.twitter.com/wdUxneS7BS— Will Chase (@willgchase) February 12, 2021
Games played: 32
5v5 CF%: 48.7%
5v5 FF%: 48.4%
His previous AAV was $925,000 with a cap hit $864,166. But then yesterday the RFA came to a contract for the upcoming season! Also could Stenlund be left unexposed for the upcoming Seattle Kraken expansion draft? Now that he’s signed for 2021-22 and he is among the forwards that played at least 27 games last season, he fits the criteria for exposure.
#CBJ have signed C Kevin Stenlund to a one-year, one-way contract worth $1.05 million.— Aaron Portzline (@Aportzline) June 17, 2021
In Stenlund’s first four games of the season he strung together five points (two goals, three assists) in four consecutive games.
BATTER UP!— NHL (@NHL) February 16, 2021
Kevin Stenlund from far out. pic.twitter.com/LCAlCVnBW1
Stenlund was dinged for a -3 April 10 against the Chicago Blackhawks and he only played 8:01 for the game. He suffered an upper body injury Jan. 26 against the Florida Panthers and missed four games.
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