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3/4:Florida Panthers forward Evgenii Dadonov (43 percent owned on Yahoo) scored two goals in the 4-1 win against the Philadelphia Flyers. Dadonov has had his newfound success with linemates Aleksander Barkov and Nick Bjugstad, as each of his linemates have had just as much success as Dadonov. Currently on a three-game point streak, Dadonov has piled up six points and has nine points in his last two weeks of play. Add him immediately if he is on the waiver wire, as this line is here to stay for the foreseeable future.--Caden Inaba - RotoBallerSource: NHL.com
3/4:Florida Panthers forward Nick Bjugstad (13 percent owned on Yahoo) produced one assist in the 4-1 win against the Philadelphia Flyers. The line of Bjugstad, Alexander Barkov and Evgenii Dadonov has been one of the hottest lines in the NHL and has combined for 24 points in the last two weeks, with Bjugstad contributing six of those points. While Bjugstad only logged 11:28 of ice time in the win, head coach Bob Boughner has confirmed he will remain on the first line. If Bjugstad is available in your league, pick him up immediately.--Caden Inaba - RotoBallerSource: NHL.com
3/4:Anaheim Ducks goalie John Gibson hasn't missed a beat following a stint on Injured Reserve, as he's won both of his starts since returning, making a total of 71 saves. Thirty seven of those came on Sunday in a 6-3 win over Chicago. It was the first game since Jan. 25 in which Gibson gave up over two goals. Health has been an issue for the 24-year-old, as he played only six times in February, but when healthy, Gibson is among the best goalies in the league. He carries an outstanding .925 save percentage and a good 24-15-6 record, and with the Ducks giving up the fifth highest amount of shots per game, Gibson provides fantasy owners plenty of saves.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
3/4:Nashville Predators defenseman Ryan Ellis put forth his fifth multi-point performance of the season in a 4-3 victory in Colorado on Sunday afternoon. Ellis blasted home a one-timer from the top of the left wing circle to tie the game with just 1:06 remaining and then had the primary helper on Filip Forsberg's game-winning goal in overtime. Despite missing the first three months of the season, the undersized defenseman has rewarded fantasy owners who have added him, posting 20 points in just 27 games -- on an 82-game scale, he is on pace for 61 points. Ellis still remains available in a shocking 32 percent of Yahoo! leagues. If he happens to be sitting in your league's free-agent pool, make sure to add him for your playoff run.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource: NHL.com
3/4:Anaheim Ducks center Ryan Getzlaf (illness) was back in the lineup on Sunday and ended up being involved in half of the team's six goals against Chicago, finishing with three assists. It's his second consecutive game with at least three points after finishing the last outing against the Oilers with a goal and three assists. The Ducks captain has been quietly getting it done this season, as he now has 45 points in 41 games. He's missed a lot of time but seems to be making up for it right now, and with the Ducks in the middle of a playoff race, Getzlaf looks set to finish the regular season very strong.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
3/4:Anaheim Ducks right wing Corey Perry had his second two-goal game of the season on Sunday against the Chicago Blackhawks, scoring the team's second and final goal in a 6-3 win. The bad news for fantasy owners is the fact that Perry has been awful most of the season and is set to finish with one of the worst points tallies in his career. That's if he doesn't keep up his current pace, which certainly has brought back some memories of his MVP season in 2010-11. Perry has picked up six points in the last three games to make it 39 points for the whole campaign.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
3/4:Anaheim Ducks left wing Jakob Silfverberg scored two goals on Sunday as Randy Carlyle's team easily took care of the Blackhawks 6-3. The 27-year-old Swede also had a team-high five shots on goal. Silfverberg has two consecutive 20-goal seasons to his name, but getting there this year has been really tough, as it's only the second time he's scored since the start of last month and he has just 15 goals to his name so far. He certainly needs to up the pace. The Ducks are in action again on Tuesday when they host Washington, against whom Silfverberg did get one earlier in the season, so maybe he's ready to start a small scoring streak.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
3/4:Florida Panthers goaltender Roberto Luongo won his fifth consecutive start and earned Florida’s sixth straight win in a 4-1 triumph over the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday afternoon. Luongo carried a shutout through 46 minutes in the game and surrendered just one goal while making 39 saves. The Canadian goalie has been excellent with six wins in seven games since returning from injury, maintaining a 2.57 goals-against average and a .928 save percentage this season. The Panthers now hold the second wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference after the win, and Luongo’s performance has been a key aspect to their rise in the standings. If you are in one of the 36 percent of Yahoo leagues where he is available, consider making room for the 38-year-old veteran.--Alex Mckenzie - RotoBallerSource: NHL.com
3/4:Carolina Hurricanes goaltender Cam Ward will be back in the cage Sunday night to take on the Winnipeg Jets. Ward has won his last two games against the Devils and the Flyers while allowing a single goal in each contest, but Sunday's matchup won't be an easy one. The Jets have won six of their last eight games and are one of the most offensively-gifted teams in the league. Both teams are coming in rested, but you might want to consider leaving Ward on the bench Sunday.--Barry Miles - RotoBallerSource: Ken Wiebe on Twitter
3/4:Philadelphia Flyers center Nolan Patrick (19 percent owned in Yahoo! leagues) has produced five goals and seven points in his last eight games while playing on the second line with Jakub Voracek (94 percent owned) and Oskar Lindblom (0 percent owned). The 2018 second overall draft pick has also found himself on the top power-play unit, giving him additional exposure to Claude Giroux, Shayne Ghostisbehere and Sean Couturier. He is definitely worth a look in deeper leagues and could be a key piece to your fantasy playoff run.--Barry Miles - RotoBallerSource: NHL
3/4:Minnesota Wild goaltender Devan Dubnyk will man the crease Sunday at home against the Detroit Red Wings. Dubnyk has had a rough two previous starts, stopping a combined 34 of 42 shots against (.810 save percentage). The 6-foot-6 netminder will look to revert back to his February form, a month in which he posted eight wins, a 2.34 goals-against average and a .924 save percentage in 11 starts. In addition, Dubnyk has been superb at home this season, having only lost three games in regulation in 26 starts at the Xcel Energy Center. Look for a bounce-back performance Sunday and adjust your lineups accordingly.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource: Jessi Pierce on Twitter
3/4:Toronto Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews has been skating during practice and may be able to return as soon as next Saturday. The second-year forward has been sidelined since Toronto’s Feb. 22 match against the New York Islanders in which he injured his shoulder. The initial prognosis on Matthews’ injury was that he'd miss at least one week of play, however, no official update has been given since he was moved to Toronto’s Injured Reserve list. Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock stated that the injury has not kept Matthews from maintaining his speed and agility, meaning that he will most likely be ready to jump back into the Toronto lineup as soon as his shoulder feels ready. Keep an eye open for updates as the week progresses and be ready to activate the 20-year-old once he returns to action. Matthews has 28 goals and 22 assists through 52 games played this season.--Alex Mckenzie - RotoBallerSource: CTVNews.ca
3/4:Detroit Red Wings center Dylan Larkin has only scored two goals in games away from Little Caesar's Arena this year. It is not for a lack of opportunity, as Larkin leads all Red Wings in shots on goal in away games, but his awful 2.22 shooting percentage in those games has made it tough to count on Larkin every night. He has racked up 23 assists on the road, however, and linemate Andreas Athanasiou has scored in two of the last three road games. Optimism aside, Larkin is not in a favorable situation Sunday against a Minnesota Wild team that has allowed the fewest goals against at home and is pushing to secure a playoff spot.--Russ Ivanac - RotoBallerSource: NHL.com
3/4:Florida Panthers goalie Roberto Luongo will start against the Philadelphia Flyers at home as he tries to earn his fifth straight win. The Panthers have won their last five games and six of the eight games since Luongo returned from injury. He has been solid in that time, posting a .927 save percentage, which falls in line with his .928 save percentage for the season. It looks like there will be no lingering issues from his injury, so continue to use him as you did earlier in the season. The Flyers are coming off of a tough overtime loss against the Lightning last night while the Panthers had the night off, which should give the Panthers a bit of an edge. Luongo is worth a start Sunday and needs to be owned in most formats.--Russ Ivanac - RotoBallerSource: Matthew DeFranks
3/4:Edmonton Oilers goalie Cam Talbot suffered his third consecutive loss on Saturday, giving up three goals on 34 shots (.912 save percentage) against the Rangers. He was on a good run of three wins in four starts before that, but the Oilers are having a down year and it's tough for a goalie to do anything about it. Talbot has won just four starts since February and his record has dropped to 22-26-2. He has some good matchups next week, with the Oilers hosting the Coyotes and Islanders in consecutive games, but it would take a brave fantasy owner to rely on a goalie who's allowing over three goals per game (3.12) for the season.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN