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Martin Havlat | Winger

Team: New Jersey Devils
Age / DOB:  (34) / 4/19/1981
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 210
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Martin Havlat is expected to become an unrestricted free agent in July.
The Devils have not confirmed that Havlat won't be retained yet, but that's unlikely to happen after he watched plenty of games as a healthy scratch late in the year. Havlat also earned just five goals and 14 points in 40 games in 2014-15. Jun 18 - 12:18 PM

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Martin Havlat will tag in for the sick Mike Cammalleri against the Buffalo Sabres on Friday night.

It'll be Havlat's first game since February 27th against Boston. It's been another difficult season for Havlat, who has scored just five goals and 14 points through 38 games. He's expected to skate to the left of Travis Zajac and Jordin Tootoo to form the Devils' second line.

Martin Havlat will be scratched against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday night.

Havlat has yet to play during the month of March, and has just 38 games with five goals and 14 points to his credit this season. Unfortunately, he no longer has any fantasy value.
Mar 17 - 6:22 PM

Martin Havlat will be scratched against the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday night.

With just five goals and 14 points through 38 games this season, it's not hard to see why Havlat no longer seems to have much of a place in the Devils lineup.
Source: Jerry Brown
Mar 14 - 7:39 PM

Martin Havlat and Michael Ryder will be healthy scratches again on Thursday night.

This comes one day after Havlat shattered a stick in practice. The veterans are clearly frustrated with their lack of playing time, but their production has been non-existent this season. Havlat has five goals and 14 points in 38 games while Ryder has six goals and 18 points in 44 games. It appears as though Lou Lamoriello is trying to make a point by keeping them out of the lineup.
Source: NJ.com
Mar 12 - 8:23 PM

Martin Havlat's seemed to let his frustrations boil over during Wednesday's practice.

Havlat bashed his stick against the boards several times, breaking it into pieces. He then threw the shaft into the stands. "It actually felt good," Havlat admitted. He said he was set off by being hit in the face, but it wouldn't be surprising if the fact that he's only played once since Feb. 14 was a factor. He's not injured, but he can't seem to find a way to stay in the Devils' lineup.
Mar 12 - 11:07 AM

Martin Havlat and Michael Ryder will be scratched for Tuesday's game against Minnesota.

Both players were once very relevant fantasy players but their careers have seen better days. Havlat has five goals and 14 points in 38 games. Ryder has six goals and 18 points in 44 contests.
Source: NHL.com
Mar 10 - 8:13 PM

Martin Havlat and Michael Ryder will be scratched against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Friday night.

Over the last three weeks, both Havlat and Ryder have played one game each. And it wasn't the same game. Through 82 combined games this season, the two veteran forwards have amassed 11 goals and 32 points. Simply not much fantasy value there.
Mar 6 - 6:06 PM

Martin Havlat and Michael Ryder will be scratched against the Nashville Predators on Tuesday night.

Ryder has played in just 10 of his season's 44 games in 2015, tallying two goals and four points in that time but none in February. Havlat meanwhile has seen 16 of his season's 38 games in 2015, but only six of those in February with just two goals and five points combined. Needless to say, neither have any fantasy value.
Source: NHL.com
Mar 3 - 6:08 PM

Martin Havlat said he never requested a trade.

Havlat probably would have welcomed one though given that the Devils haven't been using him much lately. He has five goals and 14 points in 38 games in 2014-15. He'll become an unrestricted free agent this summer and it's fair to assume that he won't re-sign with the Devils.
Mar 3 - 3:01 PM

Do not be surprised if Martin Havlat is dealt by Monday.

Havlat has been a healthy scratch in six of the previous seven games and was a minus-three with no points in the game he did play so the Devils really have no interest in keeping him. He could use a change of scenery as he has only five goals and 14 points this season with a minus-12 rating. He had no comment after Saturday's game with regards to being dealt so he is not a happy camper.
Mar 1 - 7:45 AM

It looks like Martin Havlat will be a healthy scratch for the New Jersey Devils on Saturday.

Havlat's certainly familiar with being an unhealthy one. He's been a minor contributor this season (five goals, 14 points, -12 rating in 38 points) and has the name recognition to be at least moderately interesting during the trade deadline.
Feb 28 - 2:45 PM

Martin Havlat was a minus-three in his return to the New Jersey lineup on Friday.

Havlat had missed the previous five games as a healthy scratch. With only five goals and 14 points in 38 games, Havlat could be nearing the end of his NHL career.
Feb 28 - 7:57 AM

Martin Havlat will play and skate on the third line against the Boston Bruins on Friday night.

It's Havlat's first game since Feb. 14th, and he has just five goals and 14 points through 37 games this disappointing season. Dainius Zubrus and Jacob Josefson will line up to the left of Havlat to form their third line.
Source: NHL.com
Feb 27 - 6:31 PM

Martin Havlat will probably be a healthy scratch again on Wednesday.

It would be Havlat's fifth straight game in the press box. He has five goals and 14 points in 37 games in 2014-15. There's a chance he'll be traded before the deadline, but the Devils wouldn't get much for him given how much his stock has fallen.
Feb 24 - 3:20 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
C1Travis Zajac
2Patrik Elias
3Jacob Josefson
4Pavel Zacha
LW1Adam Henrique
2Michael Cammalleri
3Tuomo Ruutu
4Reid Boucher
5Ryane Clowe
RW1Kyle Palmieri
2Stephen Gionta
3Sergey Kalinin
4Jordin Tootoo
5Mike Sislo
D1Andy Greene
2Damon Severson
3Adam Larsson
4John Moore
5Eric Gelinas
6Jonathon Merrill
7Seth Helgeson
G1Cory Schneider
2Keith Kinkaid