|Date of Birth||12/21/1993|
|Height, Weight||6'2", 209 lbs|
|Drafted||2012 - Rd 1|
Ceci collected an assist and two blocked shots in Monday's 3-2 loss to the Blues.
Ceci's up to a goal and two assists through four games this season. Theoretically, the blueliner is the more defensive player on a pairing with Morgan Rielly, but a move to a strong offense like Toronto's could see Ceci challenge his career high of 26 points, which he achieved both last year and in 2015-16.
Ceci has a goal and an assist in three games and is averaging around 23 minutes of ice time.
Ceci is great illustration of the differences between on-ice and fantasy value. He's chewing up huge minutes, as coach Mike Babcock is relying heavily on his top-four, and he's getting points. But his in-game decision-making is questionable at best and his missed reads were glaring Saturday night against Montreal. So far, the assignments haven't been tough given the opposition, but Ceci's flaws will be exposed against elite teams. Still, if he can put up offense, fantasy owners will be happy.