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Ryan Suter had two assists during the Wild's 5-3 loss to San Jose. He finished the game with a minus-two and had two shots on net while playing a team-high 22:35 minutes.
Suter once again is the team leader in ice time even at the age of 36. He has five assists in six games played this season and appears to be the same player the Wild have been able to count on since he signed that big $98 million contract in 2012. Last season in 69 games he scored eight goals and dished out 40 assists.
Ryan Sutter tallied his 33rd and 34th assists of the season on Friday night as the Wild bested the Oilers 5-to-3.
Sutter's 34 assists have him over the 30 assist mark for the seventh consecutive season. Additionally, he has seven goals on the season (with a chance to hit double-digits for the first time in his career) and has his best shooting percentage since the 2006-2007 season. His -10 plus-minus has to be considered, but fantasy owners in need of blue line scoring should look to roster Sutter.
Ryan Suter notched his 23rd assist of the season as Minnesota fell to Chicago.
Suter has four goals and 23 assists for 27 points in 36 games. Suter remains a high-end defensive coring option.
Ryan Suter assisted on three of the Wild's five goals in their 5-1 win over the Panthers on Thursday.
Suter has four goals and 22 assists for 26 points in 31 games this season to go along with a +1 rating. Fantasy owners are more than pleased with his first 31 in 2018.
Ryan Suter got his 17th assist on Eric Staal’s first period goal in the Wild’s 5-3 loss to the Maple Leafs.
Ryan Suter is the perfect compliment to Matthew Dumba on the Wild blue line or vice versa. While Dumba is flashy and gets more goals, Suter is steady and piles up assists. Suter has 3 goals and 17 assists through 25 games. Suter is on the first defensive pairing and power play so he gets to team up with the elite offensive players on the Wild. Suter looks like a good bet to get around or past his career high of 51 points. Suter is a must own in all fantasy formats.