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Henrik Zetterberg

34-Year-Old Left Wing – Detroit Redwings

2014-15 NHL Stats

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2014-15 NHL Projections

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2014-15 Fantasy Hockey Outlook

Zetterberg dealt with major back issues in 2013-14, but was stellar when healthy, putting up 48 points in 45 games. He also made a surprise return in the playoffs, scoring two points in two games. He's had worrisome foot weakness in the offseason, but the Detroit captain cla...

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SHOOTS: Left   HT: 5' 11"   WT: 197   DOB: 10/9/1980   BORN: Njurunda, Sweden   DRAFTED: 7th Rd, #210 Overall in 1999   Show ContractHide Contract

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The Red Wings re-signed Zetterberg to a four-year contract in September of 2005. Agreed to a 12-year, $72 million extension -- avoiding free agency in the summer of 2009 -- in January of 2009.

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After a quiet first 57 minutes, Zetterberg went to work on the Penguins late in the third period Thursday with the Wings trailing 3-1, scoring a goal to spark the comeback and then assisting on the game-tying tally and overtime winner.

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Henrik Zetterberg NHL Stats
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Season Age League Team GP G A Pts +/- PIM SOG SH% GWG SHG TOI/G G A Pts TOI/G Hits BS
2005-06 24 77 39 46 85 29 30 270 14.4 9 1 17 0 17
2006-07 25 63 33 35 68 26 36 224 14.7 10 1 11 0 11
2007-08 26 75 43 49 92 30 34 358 12.0 7 1 16 0 16
2008-09 27 77 31 42 73 13 36 309 10.0 5 2 19:53 12 17 29 3:29 56 32
2009-10 28 74 23 47 70 12 26 309 7.4 6 0 20:04 3 19 22 3:21 45 34
2010-11 29 NHL DET 80 24 56 80 -1 40 306 7.8 3 0 19:35 10 20 30 3:34 38 19
2011-12 30 NHL DET 82 22 47 69 14 47 267 8.2 4 0 19:50 3 11 14 3:30 45 26
2012-13 31 NHL DET 46 11 37 48 2 18 173 6.4 5 2 20:31 4 19 23 4:50 20 10
2013-14 32 NHL DET 45 16 32 48 19 20 151 10.6 1 0 20:33 3 14 17 3:44 23 15
2014-15 33 NHL DET 7 3 7 10 3 6 22 13.6 1 0 20:10 0 0 0 3:40 5 2
2014-15 Proj 33 NHL DET 73 Subscribe now to see our 2014-15 projections for Henrik Zetterberg

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Time On Ice Stats

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Average Time On Ice in 2014-15

During an average game, Henrik Zetterberg was on the ice for 20:10.

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Average Power Play Time On Ice in 2014-15

During an average game, Henrik Zetterberg was on the ice for 3:40 during power plays.

Year Ice Time Power Play Ice Time
2012-13 20:31 4:50
2013-14 20:33 3:44
2014-15 20:10 3:40

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Henrik Zetterberg 2014-15 NHL Game Log
Date Opponent G A Pts +/- PIM PPG PPA SHG SOG SH% HIT BS TOI PPTOI
Oct 23 PIT 1 2 3 2 0 0 0 0 2 50.0 2 0 21:17 3:10
Oct 21 at MON 1 0 1 -1 0 0 0 0 5 20.0 0 2 19:52 2:43
Oct 18 TOR 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 50.0 1 0 22:18 4:47
Oct 17 at TOR 0 4 4 3 0 0 0 0 5 0.0 0 0 17:16 5:02
Oct 15 BOS 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 1 0.0 0 0 21:08 3:59
Oct 11 ANH 0 1 1 -1 2 0 0 0 4 0.0 1 0 20:12 2:46
Oct 9 BOS 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0.0 1 0 19:04 3:10

Henrik Zetterberg: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Zetterberg scored the game's only goal in overtime to lift the Wings to victory over the Leafs on Saturday night.

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Zetterberg dished out four assists in Friday's win over Toronto.

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Coach Mike Babcock relayed that Zetterberg (foot) said he was "feeling the best he has in years" this offseason, suggesting he'll be a full participant in training camp, NHL.com's Dan Rosen reports.

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Zetterberg is dealing with some weakness in his left foot, the Detroit News reports.

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Zetterberg factored into both of Detroit's goals in Saturday's Game 5, series-ending 4-2 loss to Boston in the Atlantic Division semifinals, scoring one and assisting on the other.

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Zetterberg (back) will play in Thursday's Game 4 against the Bruins, NHL.com's Dan Rosen reports.

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Zetterberg (back) has been activated from injured reserve, but is officially listed as a game-time decision for Thursday's Game 4 against the Bruins, Rob Longley of the Toronto Sun reports.

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Updating a previous report, Zetterberg (back) has been activated from injured reserve and looks like he'll be in the lineup for Thursday's Game 4 against the Bruins, Rob Longley of the Toronto Sun reports.

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According to a source close to the Red Wings, Zetterberg (back) has received clearance to play in Thursday's Game 4, Ken Campbell of The Hockey News reports.

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Zetterberg (back) could play in Thursday’s Game 4.

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Zetterberg (back) won't play in the first two games of the Red Wings' upcoming playoff series against the Bruins, the Detroit Free Press reports.

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2013-14

Zetterberg put together another great season in 2012-13, with 48 points in 46 games. The winger has averaged nearly a point a game his entire career, and now will get to play alongside Pavel Datsyuk full-time this season which can only help his production. The two seem to know where each other are at all times and could form one of the more potent scoring duos in the NHL. Zetterberg should get his usual point a game pace throughout the season, and will provide a stellar fantasy option for anyone who drafts him.

2012-13

Even though he played in all 82 games for the first time in his NHL career last season, Zetterberg recorded his lowest points total (69) in the past five seasons. Back issues made him a durability concern a couple years ago, but now that he's missed just two contests in the last two seasons combined, those worries should subside. Much like teammate Pavel Datsyuk, Zetterberg's offensive regression could be attributed to an aging supporting case. Without a big change in personnel in the team's top six this summer, Zetterberg appears poised for another season in the 70-point range. There is also some question as to whether the Wings' power play can rebound from a disappointing season (22nd in conversion rate at 16.1%) while entering year one post-Lidstrom.

2011-12

After playing a career-high 80 games in the regular season, Zetterberg returned to point-per-game status for the first time since 2007-08 while chipping in 30 of his 80 points with the man advantage (10 G, 20 A). He'll turn 31 early next season, but Zetterberg remains one of the league's better forwards and his fantasy value is even higher in formats where he still carries eligibility as a left wing. As always, he'll see time one of the league's top power-play units with Pavel Datsyuk and Nicklas Lidstrom, and Zetterberg should be one of the first forwards off the board in most formats.

2010-11

The Wings' offense last season lacked secondary scoring options and Zetterberg's numbers remained on the relative low (70) as a result. Entering this season, the plan is for him to skate on Pavel Datsyuk's line again, which in tandem could certainly help put him closer to to the 92-point campaign he had when Detroit hoisted the Stanley Cup in 2007-08. Perhaps the most disappointing loss in Zetterberg's production was on the power play, where he scored just three goals with the man advantage last season after rolling up 28 markers in the previous season. A big part of the drought for Zetterberg may also be attributed to the absence of Johan Franzen for the bulk of the year. At age 30, he looks like a bounceback candidate and his playoff production (7 G, 8 A in 11 games) certainly supports his chances.

2009-10

The Wings made a point to lock up Zetterberg with a 12-year, $72 million contract in January, well before he had the opportunity to hit the open market as an unrestricted free agent in July. On the heels of a Conn Smythe award in 2007-08, groin and back injuries limited Hank to 73 points in 77 games last season. Zetterberg has been prone to nagging ailments through his six NHL campaigns, averaging 10 missed games per year during that span. Zetterberg was already skating with his teammates a couple of weeks before the start of training camp, so the offseason appears to have gotten him back to full health. He'll turn 29 as the regular season gets underway, meaning that he's still capable of reaching the 85-90 point mark even if he's limited to 70-75 games again.

2008-09

Despite playing in just 75 contests, Zetterberg tallied a career-high 92 points in the regular season before leading the league in points (27) during the postseason to earn his first Conn Smythe trophy as playoff MVP. Equal parts creator and finisher, Zetterberg provides the Red Wings and his fantasy owners with an excellent balance of twine-ticklers and helpers and he remains a perennial threat for 40 goals and even 100 points if he’s ever able to play an entire 82-game slate. Head coach Mike Babcock plans on splitting up Zetterberg and Pavel Datsyuk this season, but with Marian Hossa and Johan Franzen (among others) around to add firepower to the top two lines, there’s little reason to be concerned about a potential drop-off in production.

2007-08

He was on his way to a 40-goal campaign when a nagging wrist injury slowed him down - and wiped out the last two months. That's the only downside to Zetterberg - the physical side of his game tends to wear him down as the year goes along. That said, if his body gives him 75 good starts, you'll get 80-90 points, and a darn fun guy to watch, too. He's no longer a sneaky fantasy value, but we'll be in the bidding late when his name comes up.

2006-07

The ink hasn't completely caught up to Zetterberg just yet, but he was the team�s best, and most consistent, forward in 2005-06. It's a shame the Red Wings didn't hang around long in the playoffs, because Zetterberg was on top of his game (six goals in six games) and poised to post some giant numbers. The only thing keeping 'Hank' from superstardom is a pesky left wrist problem that's flared up now and again over the past year, but management says it's not worried and we'll take them at their word. Last year's 39-46-85 is roughly where the floor is for Zetterberg (if healthy), and he's still capable of climbing a level or two over the next few seasons. His wheels get the job done in 5-on-5, but it's the world-class hands that dominate on the power play.

2005-06

Yes Virginia, not everyone in the Detroit lineup is ready to start cashing social security checks. Zetterberg doesn't turn 25 until October and could be headed for a breakthrough year, assuming his health cooperates - a nagging hip flexor got in his way during the opening week of camp. In more competitive groups Zetterberg could be trendy and slightly overpriced, but in less competitive leagues he's someone you'll look to steal late. In 2-3 years, he'll be an All Star.