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Ryan Strome

24-Year-Old Center – Edmonton Oilers

2017-18 NHL Stats

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2017-18 Fantasy Hockey Outlook

Strome wasn't much better in 2016-17 than he was the year before, and the Islanders -- longing for the 2014-15 edition of the 2011 draftís No. 5 overall pick -- ran out of patience, shipping him off to the Oilers in exchange for Jordan Eberle. Not that skating next to John T...

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SHOOTS: Right   HT: 6' 1"   WT: 194   DOB: 7/11/1993   BORN: Mississauga, Ontario   DRAFTED: 1st Rd, #5 Overall in 2011   Show ContractHide Contract

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Ryan Strome Contract Information:

Signed a two-year, $5 million deal with the Islanders in September of 2016.

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The Islanders traded Strome to the Oilers in exchange for Jordan Eberle on Thursday.

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Ryan Strome 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
2013-14 20 NHL NYI 37 7 11 18 -1 8 89 7.9 1 0 15:11 4 3 7 2:15 29 8
2013-14 20 AHL BRI 37 13 36 49 16 41 0 2
2014-15 21 NHL NYI 81 17 33 50 23 47 179 9.5 2 1 15:24 1 7 8 2:07 92 21
2015-16 22 NHL NYI 71 8 20 28 -9 28 132 6.1 0 0 15:39 1 3 4 1:28 77 19
2015-16 22 AHL BRI 8 2 2 4 3 10 0 0
2016-17 23 NHL NYI 69 13 17 30 -8 40 114 11.4 2 0 14:36 2 6 8 2:39 59 21
2017-18 24 NHL EDM 4 0 0 0 -2 5 9 0.0 0 0 13:47 0 0 0 2:01 4 0
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2017-18 Time On Ice Stats

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Average Time On Ice

On average, Ryan Strome was on the ice for 13:47.

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Average Power Play Time On Ice

On average, Ryan Strome was on the ice for 2:01 during power plays.

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Average Short-Handed Time On Ice

On average, Ryan Strome was on the ice for 0:11 while the team was short-handed.

Year Ice Time Power Play Short-Handed
2016-17 14:36 2:39 0:02
2017-18 13:47 2:01 0:11

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Date Opp G A Pts +/- PIM PPG PPA SHG SOG SH% HIT BS TOI PPTOI
Oct 14 OTT 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 4 0.0 0 0 14:10 2:44
Oct 9 WPG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0.0 1 0 14:56 1:22
Oct 7 VAN@VAN 0 0 0 -1 5 0 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 10:01 2:20
Oct 4 CGY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0.0 1 0 16:02 1:38

Ryan Strome: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Strome was not among the players the Islanders elected to protect in the expansion draft, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.

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Strome (wrist) could've returned to the Islanders mid-way through the first round had they made the playoffs, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.

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Strome will not require surgery for his broken wrist, though he's still expected to miss 3-to-6 weeks of action, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.

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Strome (upper body) will be out for the rest of the regular season due to a broken wrist, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.

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Strome has been ruled out of the Islanders' next two contests and will likely be sidelined longer than that, NHL.com's Brian Compton reports.

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Strome (upper body) won't return to Wednesday's game against the Rangers.

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Strome scored a goal and assisted twice in Thursday's 5-4 road win over the Stars.

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Strome scored two goals and added a power-play assist in a 6-4 victory over the Devils on Sunday.

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Strome scored a goal and notched an assist during Monday's win over Toronto.

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Strome was benched for 8:23 of Sunday's game, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.

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Strome got into a fight with Calvin de Haan during practice Wednesday, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.

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Strome posted a goal and an assist in a 5-1 victory over the Sabres on Friday.

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2016-17

After scoring 50 points in his first full season in the NHL, expectations were sky-high entering last season for Strome, the fifth-overall selection in 2011. Expectations did not meet reality however, as he contributed just eight goals and a total of 28 points, while his plus-minus plummeted from plus-23 the year before to minus-9 in a season where he was both a healthy scratch on numerous occasions and demoted to AHL Bridgeport. Going forward, Strome will look to right the ship and get back to the productive ways he flashed as a rookie as a member of the Islesí top-six forward group. All of this, of course, depends on the teamís ability to retain Strome, who is still a restricted free agent. As such, heís going to want to take every opportunity to prove his worth heading into his next contract, so he might not be the worst player to take a stab at this season given that extra incentive.

2015-16

In his first full season for the Islanders, Strome quickly demonstated why he was chosen with the fifth overall pick back in 2011. After producing high scoring totals for AHL Bridgeport but delivering underwhelming results during his trial in the NHL in 2013-14, Strome came out with a vengeance this past season, scoring 17 goals and 33 assists for the Isles while being moved around from line-to-line. Strome, like so many others, benefitted by playing alongside John Tavares, but showed a knack for scoring goals even when he wasn't paired with No. 91. He also led the team with a plus-23 rating. At 6-foot-0 and 180 pounds, Strome isnít afraid to throw his body around, aggressively forechecking and creating problems for opponents in their own zone. Likely slotting in with Anders Lee and Frans Nielsen on the teamís second line to begin the upcoming campaign, Strome will look to build off last seasonís success as he develops into one of the leagueís more dynamic point scorers.

2014-15

How the Islanders handle Strome during training camp is certainly something worth watching. Strome is a highlight reel waiting to happen, but itís not yet apparent where he might play. Though heís a natural center, the Islanders need a top-line wing to join John Tavares and Kyle Okposo, and Strome certainly has the talent to fill that void. The Islanders have resisted the temptation to move Strome to the wing in the past, but with the team already loaded at the center spot, it would seem a waste of the 21-year-oldís abilities to drop him to a checking line. If Strome does indeed end up occupying the left wing spot on the top line, he should also be moved up your draft rankings accordingly. A trio of Tavares, Okposo, and Strome could represent one of the best young lines in the NHL.

2013-14

Strome is the Islanders top offensive prospect. He has the tools and the talent to be a top-line player. With Niagara of the OHL, he scored 34 goals and added 60 assists in 53 games. He is a player worth watching and is expected to break camp with the Islanders. Another interesting tidbit is that the Isles are toying with the idea of moving him to wing. This transition would allow the team to pair him on the top line with John Tavares and Matt Moulson, forming what could be one of the top 10 scoring lines in the NHL.

2012-13

Strome could be the crown jewel of the Islanders organization. A top line center that defenses will have to account for, he is a playmaker that could embarrass a defender with his stickhandling at any moment. Strome has scored 63 goals to go with 111 assists over the past two seasons in the OHL, along with being voted in the top three for playmaker, stickhandler, and mental acumen in an OHL poll of Eastern Conference coaches. Islander fans are awaiting his arrival but it still may not be this season as the Isles are being very careful about their top prospect. A strong camp could force their hand but smart money has him making his debut either in the middle of the season, or next year. Strome should definitely be a target for those in keeper leagues, as he's going to a special player.

2011-12

Strome was the Islanders' first- round pick (5th overall) in this year's NHL draft. He is super talented and could finally be the player that puts the Isles back in the highlight reel as there doesn't seem to be anything he can't do on the ice. Strome had 33 goals and 73 assists in the OHL last season, and is also not afraid to play a physical game as he had 82 PIMs to boot. He is unlikely to begin the season with the Isles as they don't want to rush him, but he is way too talented to stay away from the big club for long. In keeper leagues, he is a player you should be targeting at the draft.