|Date of Birth||9/20/1994|
|Height, Weight||6'0", 181 lbs|
|From||Hilton Head Island, SC|
|Drafted||2013 - Rd 1 (30th Overall) by CHI|
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Hartman had a goal and an assist in Chicago's 5-2 loss to the Wild on Thursday.
Hartman, who had five points in the season opener, assisted on Jonathan Toews' power-play goal. It was his first career power-play assist.
Hartman potted his second goal of the season and added an assist in Thursday's loss to the Wild.
Hartman is faring well on the second line to start the season, notching two goals and eight points through five games. The bulk of those points came in the lopsided season opener against Pittsburgh, but Hartman is proving his 19-goal season in 2016-17 was no fluke. The 23-year-old is well on his way to a successful sophomore campaign and his top-six role, combined with his PIM and goal scoring, makes him worth owning in a variety of leagues.
Hartman had a huge opener for Chicago, finishing with a goal and four assists in a 10-1 win over the defending Stanley Cup champion Penguins.
Hartman could be in line for a big season after finishing with 19 goals and 12 assists last year.
Hartman chipped in a goal, four assists and a plus-5 rating in Thursday's season-opening 10-1 win over Pittsburgh.
Hartman got the scoring started 6:21 into the first period and threw in four assists as the game unfolded. All of his production came at even strength, as Chicago remarkably failed to convert on any of its six power-play opportunities despite the lopsided score. Hartman will have plenty of value as long as he's skating on a line with Patrick Kane and Nick Schmaltz.