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Martin Havlat | Winger

Team: New Jersey Devils
Age / DOB:  (33) / 4/19/1981
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 210
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Martin Havlat scored for the Devils in their 3-2 loss to the Avalanche on Saturday night.
Havlat has done his job — providing secondary scoring — when he’s in the lineup, but he’s played in just eight games. He has two goals and two helpers and will be more valuable to the Devils than in fantasy leagues. Eric Gelinas also scored his second goal, while getting a penalty, too. Patrik Elias had two assists. Nov 15 - 9:41 PM

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Martin Havlat (lower body) has been taken off of the injured reserve list.

Havlat spent nine consecutive games on the sidelines. He's unfortunately gained a reputation for being injury prone and for that reason he's a big gamble in standard leagues.
Nov 11 - 4:37 PM

Martin Havlat (lower body) is questionable for Monday's game against Boston.

Havlat took part in Sunday's practice. "It was a good first day with the boys," Havlat said. "Practice is much more fun than being alone. I felt pretty good." He has a lengthy injury history and the 2014-15 campaign has certainly been no exception. He has participated in just five of the Devils' first 14 games.
Nov 10 - 10:18 AM

Martin Havlat returned to Devils' practice on Sunday.

Havlat skated on the Devils' second line with Patrik Elias and Michael Ryder. The oft-injured Havlat has only played in five games this season. Havlat will travel to Boston with the team, but it's unclear if he will be able to play in the game on Monday. He is too injury-prone to be trusted in fantasy leagues. Let someone else gamble on him.
Source: NJ.com
Nov 9 - 12:36 PM

Martin Havlat (lower body) has started skating again but will not be ready to play on Saturday.

Havlat should be back in the lineup at some point next week as the Devils play three games in four nights starting Tuesday. He has a goal and three points in five games this season.
Nov 1 - 7:21 AM

Martin Havlat has been moved to injured reserve due to a lower-body injury.

This ailment is obviously unrelated to the cuts he sustained to his face back on Oct. 16 in Washington. Havlat is eligible to be activated on Wednesday, but he hasn't resumed skating yet. GM Lou Lamoriello said that Havlat should be back on the ice by the end of the week.
Oct 27 - 3:24 PM

Martin Havlat (facial lacerations) could be back in the New Jersey lineup on Saturday.

Havlat was injured nine days ago and while he played on Tuesday, he missed last Saturday's game as well as last night's game against Dallas. Coach Peter DeBoer said that Havlat was sitting out Friday's game due to 'a couple of other things' and not the cuts that required more than 55 stitches.
Oct 25 - 8:18 AM

Martin Havlat (facial lacerations) will miss Friday's game.

Havlat is out due to complications stemming from the cuts he suffered on Oct. 16. He needed more than 55 stitches to deal with the damage.
Oct 24 - 11:51 AM

Martin Havlat (facial lacerations) will play in Tuesday's game.

Havlat needed more than 55 stitches due to a hit he sustained during Thursday's contest. He has a goal and three points in four games in 2014-15.
Oct 21 - 5:03 PM

Martin Havlat (facial lacerations) would like to play in Tuesday's game, but his status hasn't been confirmed yet.

Havlat had over 55 stitches after his face was torn up due to a hit from Jason Chimera on Thursday. The worst part was his upper lip, which he could feel "was hanging out."
Oct 21 - 9:53 AM

Do not expect Martin Havlat (facial lacerations) to be out long.

Havlat was cut for plenty of stitches on his lip Thursday and wanted to play on Saturday, even partaking in the warmups but coach Peter DeBoer decided otherwise and Damien Brunner made his seasonal debut. "He was close," DeBoer said. "To his credit, he wanted to play tonight. If it was up to me I probably wouldn’t even have had him come down to the rink based on how he looked. But he insisted on trying it this morning and coming back and trying it again in warmup and he was pretty disappointed when he couldn’t go at the end. I give him a lot of credit. He’s a tough guy." Havlat could return on Tuesday. Stay tuned.
Oct 19 - 7:32 AM

Martin Havlat (facial lacerations) was scratched Saturday night against the Sharks.

Havlat went out for warmups, but he was not in the Devils’ lineup. He is now sporting a full face shield after suffering a facial injury Thursday. Havlat has three points in four games this year.
Oct 18 - 7:46 PM

It's still unclear if the New Jersey Devils will roll out Martin Havlat, Damien Brunner or even a combination of the two.

Havlat's bouncing back surprisingly quickly while Brunner wants a chance to prove himself. Both are a little risky to invest in at this very time, yet each - especially Havlat - have had their moments of significant fancy relevance. If New Jersey's a better scoring team over the long haul, one or both might be worth owning deeper into the 2014-15 season.
Oct 18 - 5:29 PM

A decision on whether Martin Havlat (cut lip) will play in the home opener Saturday will be a game-time decision.

Havlat suffered the laceration when he was checked into the elbow of referee Darcy Burchell who did not call a penalty on himself. Coach Peter DeBoer said that nothing was structurally wrong with Havlat and since cuts and scrapes tend to heal quickly, a decision will be made Saturday. Stay tuned.
Oct 18 - 7:36 AM

Martin Havlat (face) hasn't been ruled out of playing on Saturday.

The Devils will see how he feels in the morning. He didn't skate Friday because of facial lacerations he suffered in Thursday's contests. Havlat is listed as day-to-day. If he can't play then Damien Brunner is expected to take his place in the lineup.
Oct 17 - 4:02 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
C1Travis Zajac
2Patrik Elias
3Adam Henrique
4Jacob Josefson
LW1Michael Cammalleri
2Dainius Zubrus
3Ryane Clowe
4Stephen Gionta
5Tuomo Ruutu
6Jordin Tootoo
RW1Jaromir Jagr
2Martin Havlat
3Michael Ryder
4Damien Brunner
5Steve Bernier
D1Andy Greene
2Damon Severson
3Marek Zidlicky
4Bryce Salvador
5Eric Gelinas
6Peter Harrold
7Jonathon Merrill
8Adam Larsson
9Seth Helgeson
G1Cory Schneider
2Scott Clemmensen