30-Year-Old Right Wing – Pittsburgh Penguins
Chris Conner Contract Information:
Signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Penguins worth $550,000 in July of 2013.
Conner (wrist) suffered a broken foot during Sunday's practice and will be out for four-to-six weeks.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Conner tallied 53 points and 22 PIMs with Detroit's AHL affiliate last season and notched three points in eight games at the NHL level. He's played in 147 NHL games and delivered 43 points, but is most likely to provide depth for the Coyotes with most of his time spent in Portland.
A speedy Michigan native who recorded seven goals and 16 points in 60 games for the Penguins last season, Conner will have a chance to claim a depth forward role with Detroit, presumably as a fourth-line energy type.
Conner found his 15 minutes of fame when he scored two goals with Sidney Crosby in a game last spring. Unfortunately, those were the only two markers Conner cashed in on during his eight-game stay in Pittsburgh. At 5-foot-8, 180 pounds, Conner has the decked stacked against him. From a fantasy perspective, Conner's best bet might be as a waiver-wire pickup for a short period of time when injuries strike the Pens. He's a long shot to make the team out of training camp.
Conner never fulfilled his sleeper promise with the Stars several seasons ago. He enters the 2009-10 season as an AHLer who looks to rebuild a once-promising career. Last year Conner split his time between the AHL, where he collected 28 points in 30 games, and Dallas, where he scored three goals and 13 points in 38 contests. There would need to be a lot of injuries with the big club before Conner gets a chance with Pittsburgh.
Conner's speed got him an occasional look on a scoring line, but his effectiveness was limited to being able to battle for the puck and the corner and skate like hell after it when it came loose. He'll see some occasional NHL action again this season, but there's nothing here of value.
Conner saw brief action with Dallas when injuries dictated, and was decent as an energy line player at times. His season in the AHL (48 games, 19 goals, 18 assists) was solid, but his size (5'8", 175) is a limitation even in today's NHL. He won't have a large role with Dallas in 2007-08.