29-Year-Old Defenseman – Winnipeg Jets
Mark Stuart Contract Information:
Signed by Atlanta to a three-year extension in February of 2011.
Stuart scored his first goal of the season in a 3-2 win over the Islanders on Wednesday.
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Age is determined on October 1st of each season.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Stuart's leading the Jets in penalty minutes for 2011-2012 does not by default make the 28 year-old an "enforcer". Without a true superstar in Winnipeg to protect or avenge, no Jet dropped the gloves at a particularly high rate in the club's first year back in Manitoba. Despite having his best statistical season since 2008-2009 with 14 points in 80 games, Stuart warrants a fantasy roster spot in only the deepest of leagues that reward penalty minutes.
The former first-round pick will probably never be a star in this league, but he's a solid stay-at-home guy and meshes well with the rest of the Bruins' fine defensive corps. Stuart's rugged play is valued by the B's, but his limited offensive upside keeps him off the fantasy radar.
Stuart gives the B's a steady backline presence, who is not afraid to throw his body around. With five goals and 17 points in 82 games (along with a plus-20 rating) last season, he's not much of an offensive threat, but over the summer, he reportedly worked more on his shooting and stickhandling. Don't expect the second coming of Ray Bourque, but he could see a modest boost in production.
Stuart doesn't light up the scoreboard very often, but he is a steady stay-at-home defender who provides the Bruins' blue line with a heavy hitter, who is solid in the transition game.
Stuart is among Boston's top-six defensemen and will likely land on the third pairing.
Stuart is the strong, sturdy type whose hallmark in the NHL will be his ability to keep his goalies happy. He's a crease-clearer and nothing more. This future captain is worthless in the fantasy arena.
Stuart is a big, mean and mobile crease-clearer who is often likened to Mike Rathje or Richard Matvichuk. He has a chance to land a big-league job this fall, but would be well-served to spend some time in the AHL. He'll be a fantastic NHLer some day but it's unlikely he'll produce enough to be a fantasy force.