29-Year-Old Right Wing – Buffalo Sabres
Torrey Mitchell Contract Information:
Signed a three-year, $5.7 million deal with the Wild in July 2012.
Mitchell's foot injury is considered to be a week-to-week concern, Bill Hoppe of the Olean Times Herald reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Mitchell didn't offer much offense last season with just four goals and four assists in 45 games. He's mostly a defensive-minded forward.
Apologists who see the cup as half full would be quick to note that Mitchell reached a career high in points (9 G, 14 A) last season. That total does very little to fantasy owners, but it's hard to ignore the determination that Mitchell has shown since missing the 2008-09 regular season with a broken leg. Unfortunately, fantasy championships are not won by selecting players on character alone. Save for deeper leagues, Mitchell is safe to avoid in fantasy drafts.
A determined Mitchell took to the ice for 56 contests last year, which is pretty good considering that he was wiped from the entire 2008-09 regular season with a broken leg. After all, he depends on those quick legs to maintain his reputation as a high-energy role player. However, before he can offer any fantasy value, Mitchell must stay healthy and win back some minutes - he lost over a minute-and-a-half of average ice time in his sophomore season.
Mitchell had his entire 2008-09 regular season derailed after he sustained a broken leg in training camp. Not about to be forgotten, the charismatic center made a surprise comeback appearance in Game 3 of the 2009 Stanley Cup quarterfinals. This type of character is apparently valued by members of the Sharks’ front office as Mitchell was signed to a deal that keeps him in the bay area for three more years. Keep a close watch on this speedy skater as he figures to be a key player on the team’s third line and a bigger sleeper in deep fantasy leagues.
Mitchell contributed heavily to the Sharks' third line, an ideal spot for the emerging winger who is linked with talented offensive forces for teammates. He is a crowd pleaser and delighted fans by appearing in 82 games as a rookie in 2007-08. When it's time for the Sharks to kill a penalty, Mitchell's name will be called. Although his current value is low in most fantasy leagues, we should be saying otherwise in a few short years.
Mitchell decided to skip his senior season with the University of Vermont in order to sign with the San Jose Sharks. In the 2006-07 season with Vermont he posted 35 points (12 goals and 23 assists) in 39 games. Upon the conclusion of training camp, Mitchell will more than likely be sent down to Worchester. As the Sharks projected lineup only has one spot open, and they wouldn’t want to slow his growth by having him sit in the press box. With the depth up the middle for the Sharks, expect it to be a few more years until he gets a full time job. Though with all of the restrict free agents the Sharks have to deal with next season, he might see time sooner rather than later.