The Capitals have re-signed Brenden Dillon to a four-year contract extension worth $15.6 million ($3.9M AAV).
Dillon, 29, was acquired from the Sharks for second and third round draft picks last February and appeared in 10 regular season and eight playoff games with Washington. He picked up just one assist, 42 hits and 26 blocked shots in a Capitals uniform. With Michal Kempny out for 6-to-8 months, the Capitals were quick to re-sign the 6-foot-4, 225 lbs. defenseman.
The Capitals acquired Dillon in exchange for Colorado's 2020 second-round draft pick and a conditional third-round draft pick in 2021.
Source: @Capitals 02/18/20, 3:50 pm EST
Dillon will return from his one-game suspension on Saturday.
Dillon (upper-body) will miss his sixth straight game on Monday.
Dillon suffered an upper-body injury back on February 9th and will not play Monday, but could be back for Wednesday’s contest. Dillon has just six points (1G / 5A) in 52 games this season. With Dillon out and Roman Polak not expected to play, Matt Tennyson will remain in the lineup.
Source: Kevin Kurz 02/22/16, 6:40 am EST
Dillon (upper-body) will not play on Saturday.
Dillon will miss his second straight game with an upper-body injury. With Dillon out, Matt Tennyson will remain in the lineup. The big defenseman is listed as day-to-day.
Dillon (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
Dillon is nursing an undisclosed injury, so he will sit tonight with Matt Tennyson expected to re-join the lineup. Dillon is listed as day-to-day.
The Sharks have re-signed Brenden Dillon to a five-year deal worth $16.35M.
Dillon is expected to make his Sharks debut on Saturday.
Dillon was acquired from the Stars on Friday and despite his equipment not making it to San Jose this morning, he is expected to play tonight vs. the Coyotes. Dillon’s defence partner will likely be fluid for a while until the coaches can decide where he fits best.
The Sharks have acquired Brenden Dillon from Dallas for Jason Demers and a 2016 third round pick.
Dillon, 24, is a big-boy at 6-foot-3, 225 lbs. and bring some size and physicality to the Sharks blueline. Demers is a better puck-moving defenseman, but Dillon is two years younger and the Sharks have a number of young offensive blueliners in their system. Dillon will be a restricted free agent at the end of the season.
The Stars have signed RFA Brenden Dillon to a one-year deal worth $1.25 million.
Dillon, 23, had six goals and 11 assists in 2013-14. The 6-foot-3, 225 lbs. defensemen led the Stars in hits last season with 168 and finished second in blocked shots (149). Dillon will once again play 20-plus minutes a night, but his fantasy value is limited due to his lack of power-play time.
Source: Mike Heika 10/3/14, 6:34 am EST
Dillon (lower-body) will not play in Game 1 on Monday.
Dillon is listed as day-to-day with the lower-body ailment. Aaron Rome, who was limited to just 25 games this season, will draw into the lineup for Dillon. Missing Dillon will hurt the Stars blueline considerably. At 6-foot-3, 225 lbs. they could definitely use his size against a Ducks team who have 11 players over 6-foot.
Source: Mike Heika 04/16/14, 2:16 pm EST
The Stars will rest Dillon on Sunday.
Source: Mike Heika 04/13/14, 4:41 pm EST
Dillon (lower-body) will be a game-time decision.
“He’ll take warm-ups," said head coach Lindy Ruff. "We’re still hopeful that he may be able to go for us, but that’s going to be a game-time decision.” So there is a chance he can play, and they can certainly use him. The 6-4 defenseman leads the team in hits with 128 and is second in blocked shots (behind Alex Goligoski) at 111. Dillon is second on the team in time on ice at 21:25 per game, third in defenseman scoring with 14 points and first in goals by a defenseman at six.
Source: Mike Heika 03/3/14, 9:53 am EST
Dillon (lower-body) is skating as an extra this morning, appears he will miss second straight game.
Dillon missed Saturday's game with a lower-body injury and was skating with the injured Stephane Robidas at the Stars' morning skate, which suggests he will not play tonight vs. Buffalo.
Dillon (undisclosed) will not play Saturday.
There was no word on Dillon's status until he did not come out onto the ice for warmups. The Stars D-pairs will be Goligoski-Daley; Benn-Gonchar; Rome-Connauton with Dillon out.
Source: Mike Heika 03/1/14, 10:00 am EST
The Dallas Stars have assigned Brenden Dillon, Scott Glennie, Jordie Benn and Tomas Vincour to the Texas Stars of the AHL.
Dillon was held without a point in his NHL debut.
Stars D-pairs for Sat. vs. St. Louis: Dillon-Daley.
Dillon gets a look in the top four in his NHL debut.
Source: Mike Heika 04/7/12, 9:16 am EST
Brenden Dillon and Scott Glennie will make NHL debuts tomorrow.
Dillon will get into the lineup tomorrow. He scored five goals and 26 points in 72 games with the Texas Stars.
Dallas Stars assigned defenseman Brenden Dillon to the Texas Stars
Dillon has yet to make his NHL debut. He projects to be a two-way defender but don't expect too much production from him when/if recalled.
Stars recall Brenden Dillon
Dillon scored two goals and 13 points over 31 games in the AHL. He could be used as insurance and serve as a seventh defender.
Source: Mike Heika 01/2/12, 12:52 pm EST