Kenny Agostino

    Left Wing|St. Louis Blues|6'0" 202 LBS. LW|STL|6'0" 202 LBS.
    Kenny Agostino
    Kenny Agostino
    LW|STL|6'0" 202 LBS.
    Kenny Agostino
    Stick Hand Left
    Age 24 (4/30/1992)
    From Morristown, NJ
    Drafted 2010 - Rd 5, 140th by PIT
    Salary --
    2016-17 Season Career
    Rotowire: Apr 2 / 5:02p ET
    News: Agostino was reassigned to AHL Chicago on Sunday.
    Impact: Agostino did not get the opportunity to suit up during this stint with the big club and will likely finish the season in the minors barring another injury to someone with the big club. He'll be worth a look next season if he can make the final roster at the beginning of the campaign.
    Rotowire: Apr 1 / 12:39p ET
    News: Agostino was recalled from AHL Chicago under emergency conditions Saturday.
    Impact: The 24-year-old forward played seven NHL games earlier this season, recording one goal and two assists. Agostino leads the AHL this season with 22 goals and 57 assists through 63 games. He was likely called up as insurance for Ivan Barbashev who blocked a shot late in Friday's game and looked to be in discomfort. The Blues are struggling with injuries deep in the lineup, so it'll be interesting to see if Agostino make the rotation or just serve as relief if another injury occurs.
    Rotowire: Feb 18 / 5:51p ET
    News: Agostino was assigned to Chicago of the AHL on Saturday, FOX Sports Midwest reports.
    Impact: Agostino is the AHL leader with 60 points, including 42 assists, through 48 games with the team's minor-league affiliate this season. He definitely has a nose for the goal, but it might be awhile before he is in the Gateway City to stay. Agostino isn't a bad stash option in deeper dynasty formats if you have the roster flexibility.
    Rotowire: Feb 8 / 5:43a ET
    News: Agostino notched an assist, five shots on goal, a blocked shot and two hits over 12:46 of ice time in a 6-0 win over the Senators on Tuesday.
    Impact: Agostino led the Blues in shots for the second straight game since being called up from AHL Chicago over the weekend. He was the Wolves' leading scorer at the time of his call-up and now has points in two straight at the NHL level. Agostino's on a line with Jori Lehtera and David Perron; those two have been inconsistent producers this season, but both are capable of creating scoring chances.
    StatsLLC: Feb 7 / 12:00a ET
    News: Agostino scored his first goal in almost three years and the Blues beat the Flyers 2-0 on Monday night.
    Impact: The 24-year-old Agostino was recalled from the minors when the team announced Sunday that forward Robby Fabbri will miss the rest of the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. Agostino was leading the AHL with 60 points (18 goals, 42 assists) in 48 games.


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