|Date of Birth||10/30/1987|
|Height, Weight||6'2", 239 lbs|
|Drafted||2006 - Rd 1 (18th Overall) by COL|
|1||John Hayden drops Marcus Foligno with unreal knockout punch|
|2||Bumpy start for Minnesota Wild’s reinvented defense|
|3||How much better can Wild forward Nino Niederreiter get?|
|4||Minnesota Wild: Retooled and ready to compete|
|5||Wild re-sign Nino Niederreiter and Mikael Granlund|
Stewart broke a tie midway through the third period with the first of his two goals and the Wild beat the Blackhawks 5-2 on Thursday night.
Stewart has now scored in all three games for Minnesota and had 2:14 of power-play ice time after totaling 10 seconds in the Wild's first two games.
Stewart scored two goals with five shots on goal in Thursday's win over Chicago.
Stewart's hot start to the season continues as he has four goals and an assist in three games. With injuries to several forwards, the Wild are going to continue to rely on him taking shots.
Stewart scored Saturday against Carolina.
Stewart had a goal and an assist in Thursday's season opener.
Stewart had a goal and an assist for the Wild in their 4-2 loss to Detroit in Thursday's season opener.
Stewart had 13 goals and eight assists in 79 games last season.
Stewart scored the game-tying goal in the third period and assisted on another in Thursday's loss to the Red Wings.
A solid start for Stewart, who showed some great patience to outwait Jimmy Howard and bury a beauty. He only logged 11:34 of ice time in the loss, but the positive takeaway is the chemistry that was on display between him and youngster Joel Eriksson Ek. Stewart isn't a major offensive force, but his ability to produce in a bottom-six role combined with his quality PIM totals make him a serviceable fantasy option in deeper leagues.