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Ennis helped Josh Archibald in the first period as the Oilers romped over Nashville 8-3.
This is the forward's third point in the four games since he was dealt to Edmonton from Ottawa. Overall, he has 35 points in 65 games (-1) and is not a great pick for fantasy.
Ennis scored in the second period of the 4-3 overtime loss to Anaheim on Tuesday. He was also credited with helping Andreas Athanasiou in the third period.
Overall, the center has 35 points in 62 games (-2) and is off to a good start with his new team.
The Oilers get a "talented" forward while giving up a fifth-round 2021 draft pick to the Senators.
Ennis recorded 14 goals and 19 assists for 33 points in 61 games. This should be good for injury-plagued Edmonton.
Tyler Ennis scored a power-play goal - his fourth goal of the season - in Ottawa's 2-1 win over the Philadelphia Flyers on Friday night. He had four shots on goal in the game.
Ennis now has eight points (four goals, four assists) through 19 games this season and three of his goal have came with the man-advantage. Even though Ennis is averaging a very solid 2:59 of power-play ice-time per-game this season, the Senators power-play is by far the worst in the league (6.5%), thus rendering that ice-time as somewhat irrelevant in fantasy terms. Ennis isn't creating much at 5-on-5, so he isn't a fantasy option but if Ottawa's power-play turns it around, he stands to benefit.
Tyler Ennis scored twice, his first two goals of the season and as a Senator, in Ottawa's 4-2 loss to the Islanders on Friday. He threw three shots on goal and served two penalty minutes across 15:28 of ice-time.
This was quite the unexpected outburst for Ennis, as he provided all the Senators offense in this match after recording just a single assist in the nine games prior. One of his tallies came on the power-play, which was just the second of that kind for the leagues worst power-play team this season. It appears this was merely a night of blips on the radar, aside from another losing result.