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1/20:Minnesota Wild center Victor Rask picked up an assist on Zach Parise's game-winning goal on Saturday against the Blue Jackets. It did not take Rask long to make an impact on his new team, registering a point in the first period of his first game with the Wild. He played alongside Zach Parise and fellow recent acquisition Pontus Aberg on Minnesota's third line while seeing 15:22 minutes of ice time. It was a slight uptick in usage for Rask who had been playing on Carolina's fourth line before he was traded. With only seven points in 27 games Rask has displayed little to no fantasy value this year, but with increased usage and playing alongside Parise, who already has 20 goals this season, he may be able to salvage some of this season. Leave Rask on the waiver wire, but in the right situation, he could be a decent bargain play in daily formats if he develops some chemistry with Parise.--Russ Ivanac - RotoBallerSource: NHL.com
1/20:San Jose Sharks left wing Evander Kane recorded his third multi-goal performance of the month on Saturday, finishing a 6-3 loss at Tampa with two goals. Kane helped the Sharks erase a two-goal deficit, but the defense let the team down again as they conceded six goals for a second consecutive game. Following a mediocre start to the season, things have clicked for Kane in 2019, as he's picked up eight goals and 14 points in nine games this month. His shooting percentage has skyrocketed to 20.5. Kane gets Florida's poor defense next on Monday to keep his hands hot.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/20:Tampa Bay Lightning center Steven Stamkos had two goals and an assist in Saturday's 6-3 win over San Jose, registering his eighth game of the season with at least three points. Stamkos also stretched his point streak to six games. Nikita Kucherov finished the game with two assists, while Victor Hedman had his second consecutive game with a goal and an assist. The Bolts captain now has 71 multi-goal games in his career. Three of them have come in the last 13 games. He has 26 goals in total for the season.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/20:Philadelphia Flyers center Nolan Patrick had two goals -- including the game-winning marker -- in Saturday's 5-2 win at Montreal. Sean Couturier and Shayne Gostisbehere both tallied two assists. Patrick has been sleepwalking for most of the season, but had a very strong week, posting two multi-goal performances in three games. The first overall pick of the 2017 NHL Draft had only 17 points for the season, but the team has played much better lately, and this could lead to a more prosperous second half of the season for a lot of players, including Patrick.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/20:Dallas Stars defenseman John Klingberg had two power-play assists in Saturday's 4-2 win over Winnipeg. Esa Lindell also registered two helpers, while Tyler Seguin had a goal and assist. Klingberg missed a large chunk of the season with an injury, but since the turn of the year, he's started to show why he's one of the best offensive defensemen in the league, collecting 10 points in nine games. The 26-year-old Swede had 25 points in 31 games overall for the season with a plus-four rating and 85 shots.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/20:St. Louis Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington improved his record for the season to 4-0-1 with a 28-save performance against the Senators on Saturday. Vladimir Tarasenko, Vince Dunn and Carl Gunnarsson scored the goals in the 3-2 win, Ryan O'Reilly had two assists. Binnington is the sixth goalie in franchise history to earn at least a point in each of their first five or more decisions. He's registered a 1.62 goals-against average and a .936 save percentage with one shutout. Should he start again, Binnington will be in a very good spot to continue his good run on Monday as the Blues face the Kings, who have won only three games in 2019.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/20:Vegas Golden Knights forward Jonathan Marchessault scored a hat trick to push the team past the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday night. With the game tied at 3-3, JAM scored twice in the second period before notching his third with an empty-netter to seal the deal 7-3. He's the second different Vegas player to score a hat trick, joining William Karlsson. The Swede finished the game with a goal and assist, as did Max Pacioretty. Paul Stastny and Colin Miller had two assists. Marchessault had been struggling following the holiday break, but his efforts on Saturday should provide a nice confidence boost. He now has 17 goals and 34 points for the season.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/19:Los Angeles Kings left wing Ilya Kovalchuk scored the consolation goal in Saturday's heavy 7-1 defeat to Colorado, netting on a power play in the third period. Anze Kopitar and Drew Doughty provided the assists. Kovalchuk's comeback year has been a real roller coaster ride, but he's finally started to pick up points on a regular basis, notching five of them across the last seven games. He's back on the top line and should enjoy plenty of success if he manages to stay there. The Kings have one more game before the All-Star break, a home outing against the Blues on Monday. Kovalchuk has six goals and nine points in 12 career games against St. Louis.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/19:Colorado Avalanche right wing Mikko Rantanen registered his second multi-goal outing of the month on Saturday, scoring twice in a 7-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings. Tyson Barrie had three points -- a goal and two assists -- in the romp, while Nathan MacKinnon and Matt Calvert both recorded two assists. Carl Soderberg and Gabriel Landeskog, who produced the game-winner on a power play, finished with a goal and an assist. Rantanen, who now has 23 goals for the season, and MacKinnon are the first set of teammates since Mario Lemieux and Jaromir Jagr in 1996-97 to reach the 70-point plateau in fewer than 50 games. Colorado's top line has been killing it all season long and there aren't any signs of them slowing down.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/19:Detroit Red Wings defenseman Mike Green scored a goal and an assist in Friday night's loss to the Calgary Flames. That makes three points in four games for Green since returning from injury and 19 points in 27 games on the season. Injuries have derailed much of Green's season so far, but he has managed to score 0.7 points per game when in the lineup, which is his best rate since the 2012-2013 season. Historically Green has relied on the power play for a large chunk of his point total but has only managed two power-play points this season despite regularly playing on Detroit's top power-play unit. Detroit has struggled on the power play, converting at only 16.9 percent, but unless Detroit and Green can find more success on the man advantage he is better left on the waiver wire except in deeper leagues.--Russ Ivanac - RotoBallerSource: NHL.com
1/19:Anaheim Ducks forwards Daniel Sprong and Troy Terry both registered two points in Saturday's 3-2 road win over New Jersey. Sprong got things started for the Ducks before Terry netted his first career goal on a power play. He also assisted Derek Grant on the game-winning goal. Marcus Johansson and Jesper Bratt scored for the Devils, Will Butcher collected two assists. Terry was a disappointment at the start of the season during his first spell at the big club, but he seems to have picked up some good confidence in the minors, where he recorded 37 points in 32 games, and the 21-year-old winger could now be ready to rock on the big stage as well.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/19:Calgary Flames defenseman T.J. Brodie logged two power-play assists on Friday in addition to an empty net goal to seal Friday night's victory. It was Brodie's first three-point night of the season but his third multi-point game in his last five games. Brodie has only 23 points in 49 games, but he has nine points since the start of 2019 and has made his case as a decent streaming option while he rides this hot streak. Brodie is on Calgary's second power-play unit and has seen his shot rate dip to 1.32 shots per game, so his long term value is questionable, but in the short term, he could be worth an add if you are looking for help on the blueline.--Russ Ivanac - RotoBallerSource: NHL.com
1/19:Vancouver Canucks forward Brock Boeser picked up a goal and an assist on Friday night's win over the Sabres. Boeser now has three points over his last three games, continuing his consistent production this season. Leading up to the past three games, Boeser scored less than three points in five games for the first time this season. That kind of consistency is particularly valuable in season-long leagues as Boeser can be trusted to pull his weight every week. He is only owned in 85 percent of Yahoo! leagues currently despite averaging 0.86 points per game and having a secure spot on Vancouver's top power-play unit. --Russ Ivanac - RotoBallerSource: NHL.com
1/19:Montreal Canadiens forward Tomas Tatar potted a pair of goals in his team's 4-1 defeat of the Columbus Blue Jackets on Friday night. While scoring the game-winner, the 28-year-old also contributed a plus-two rating and three shots on goal in 17 minutes and five seconds of ice time in the contest. Having been acquired by the Canadiens via trade this past summer, Tatar has been quite effective in his first year in Montreal. The talented winger has posted 36 points (16 goals, 20 assists), a plus-11 rating and 122 shots on goal in 49 games. He's now just four tallies from eclipsing the 20-goal mark for the fifth consecutive season and should probably be owned in more than just 54% of Yahoo! leagues.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource: NHL.com
1/19:Florida Panthers center Vincent Trocheck was selected as the first star of the game in his return from a severe ankle injury on Friday. After having missed the previous two months due to the injury, Trocheck logged 18 minutes and 12 seconds of ice time in the 3-1 victory, contributing an assist on the game-winning goal, a plus-two rating, three shots on goal and seven hits. Given the 25-year-old's ability to contribute in all fantasy categories, Trocheck provides great value in most formats and fantasy owners should be rushing to the wire to add him (just 62% owned in Yahoo! leagues). With 75 points (31 goals, 44 assists), 27 power-play points, 287 shots and 145 hits in 2017-2018, Trocheck was a top-30 asset in most fantasy formats.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource: NHL.com
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