Brian Fluharty

Fantasy Summary

Lauzon is a mobile, two-way defenseman that will contribute all across the scoresheet if given the opportunity. He also plays with a slight edge to his game, offering additional support for those in fantasy leagues that count PIM.


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February 2022 – As expected at the start of the year, Lauzon has been used primarily defensively and has contributed little in the offensive areas of the game across 37 NHL games this season. That being said, while only providing five points, he has given 56 penalty minutes, three and a half hits, a shot and just under a block per game. You shouldn’t ever be considering picking up Lauzon for offense, but he has been doing a good job providing the banger categories, while only being a minus nine on a team with some of the worst goals against, goals for and save percentages in the league. He starts two thirds of his shifts out of the offensive zone, and is given 17 minutes a night. Lauzon is half way to his breakout threshold at 113 games played, so if you are in a deep league that rewards the banger categories, he is worth looking at for those reasons only. Alex Wyatt
October 2021 – Jeremy Lauzon begins the season on the third-pairing with Vince Dunn. We will keep an eye on his development and see if his growth or the Kraken’s roster moves warrant a move u