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1 year agoAn unfortunate injury slowed St. Louis Blues forward Jaden Schwartz from the best season in his career. Before his injury, Schwartz had 35 points in 30 games, but while he has seen some regression, he is still producing at a point-per-game pace. Playing on a line with Vladimir Tarasenko has provided both Braden Schenn and Schwartz with their best seasons in their careers. Schwartz and Schenn might not be playing with Tarasenko right now, but the three of them have a 57.76 percent Corsi For and should be reunited soon.--Aayush Das - RotoBallerSource: Hockey Reference
1 year agoArizona Coyotes goalie Antti Raanta will guard the net once again on Monday in Edmonton, and he'll be searching for his fourth straight win. The 28-year-old Finn has been superb lately, losing just once since Feb. 12, and he has two shutouts in the last five starts. One of these came a couple of weeks ago at home against the Oilers, when he had 40 saves in a 1-0 win. However, the Coyotes have lost three in a row in Edmonton and they've picked up just eight road wins this season, so there should be better fantasy options in goal on Monday.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Arizona Coyotes
1 year agoEdmonton Oilers goalie Cam Talbot will be looking to end a three-game losing streak when the team hosts the Arizona Coyotes on Monday. He's given up a total of 11 goals in the losses with a .901 save percentage. Talbot has done well against Arizona this season, saving 92.4 percent of the shots faced and recording a 2.38 goals-against average, so it seems to be a good matchup for getting back to winning ways. Also, the Oilers have won five of the last six meetings between the two.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Jack Michaels
1 year agoCalgary Flames goalie Jon Gillies will get his fifth start of the season on Monday when the team visits the Pittsburgh Penguins. He saved 24 of 27 shots (.889 save percentage) on Friday against the Rangers in what was his second straight loss. Getting a win in Pittsburgh won't be easy either, as the defending champs have lost just once in their last 13 games at the PPG Paints Arena. With Mike Smith (groin) out, Gillies has taken the ice in six games this season, allowing 2.57 goals per game with a .911 save percentage.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Derek Wills
1 year agoSt. Louis Blues defenseman Jay Bouwmeester will be out for the next four to six months due to a hip injury. After playing through a good portion of the season with the injury, Bouwmeester has elected to soon undergo surgery to address his hip issue. While the 34-year-old rearguard is no longer fantasy relevant (just seven points in 35 games played this season), his injury could certainly have an impact on the team's other defensemen. Bouwmeester's consistent strong play in the defensive zone has always allowed Alex Pietrangelo to have more offensive freedom. On the other hand, Bouwmeester's injury should provide an opportunity for rookie Vince Dunn (four goals and 12 assists) to grab more minutes on the blue line. Keep an eye on Dunn as a potential streamer in the next few weeks.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource:
1 year agoCalgary Flames right wing Micheal Ferland will be back in the lineup on Monday when the team faces the Pittsburgh Penguins. The 25-year-old forward has been out with an undisclosed injury since Feb. 22. Ferland is having a career year this season, playing on the top line with Johnny Gaudreau and Sean Monahan, as he's picked up 34 points with 20 goals. He's expected to slot straight back into the top line, and he's set to play on the second power-play unit. Ferland averaged 2:05 on the power play before the injury.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Derek Wills
1 year agoDallas Stars defenseman Esa Lindell is questionable for Monday's game versus the Senators due to illness. Lindell has been a staple on the Stars top defensive pair with John Klingberg and has become relevant in fantasy leagues counting hits and blocks. Over the course of the season, Lindell has generated 70 hits and 99 blocked shots to go along with six goals, 18 assists, 114 shots on goal and a plus-17 rating. The stay-at-home defenseman's status should be known closer to game time, so make sure to check back in prior to puck drop. If Lindell's condition doesn't improve by then, expect Julius Honka to make a return to the Stars lineup.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource: Sean Shapiro
1 year agoOn Sunday night, the Anaheim Ducks took on the Blackhawks on home ice, winning 6-3 with five players putting up multiple points. Among those players were Jakob Silfverberg (two goals), Corey Perry (two goals), Ryan Getzlaf (three assists), Andrew Cogliano (two assists) and Derek Grant (two assists). After a slow start due to injuries, the Ducks have crept their way up to third place in the Pacific Division, trailing San Jose by one point (78). In their last 10 games, they have had a 6-2-2 showing and will look to find their third consecutive win against the Washington Capitals on Wednesday.--Anthony Vattimo - RotoBallerSource:
1 year agoCarolina Hurricanes forward Teuvo Tervainen scored his 19th goal of the season Sunday night in a 3-2 loss to the Winnipeg Jets. That puts him at 10 points in his last 10 games, continuing what has been a breakout performance from the 23-year-old, pacing all Carolina skaters with 52 points. With the Hurricanes two points out of a playoff spot, they will need all they can get from the talented winger. He is worth an add in all formats.--Barry Miles - RotoBallerSource: NHL
1 year agoBoston Bruins forward Rick Nash has hit the ground running with his new team, scoring three points in four games and putting at least five shots on goal every game. Playing on a line with David Krejci and Jake DeBrusk, who is on a hot streak of his own, has led to plenty of opportunities for Nash, who has more shots than both of his linemates combined. The Bruins play four games this week, three of which are at home, giving Nash an advantage in weekly formats. Even more promising is that three of those games come against teams in the bottom half of the league in goals allowed per game. Nash is available in 46 percent of Yahoo leagues, making him a recommended add who is likely available.--Russ Ivanac - RotoBallerSource:
1 year agoPittsburgh Penguins goaltender Tristan Jarry will tend the twine on Monday night for his second straight start against the visiting Calgary Flames. Jarry had a strong showing Saturday night in a 3-2 win against the Islanders, so the Pens will roll with him once again. The Penguins seem to have a "win and you're in" attitude with their two rookie goaltenders while starter Matt Murray is sidelined with a concussion. The Flames are slowly fading out of playoff contention with three wins in their last 10 games, so you should strongly consider putting Jarry on your roster Monday.--Barry Miles - RotoBallerSource: Wes Crosby
1 year agoColumbus Blue Jackets forward Artemi Panarin scored twice Sunday night as the Blue Jackets beat the San Jose Sharks 4-2. He scored his first of the game, tipping a shot by defenseman Ian Cole, and finished the night off with an empty netter. The Bread Man has a respectable 55 points this season, a slight dropoff from his Chicago days, but has 14 points in his last 15 games and looks to finish the season on a high note.--Barry Miles - RotoBallerSource: NHL
1 year agoToronto Maple Leafs forward Tomas Plekanec has had the benefit of playing on a line with Zach Hyman and William Nylander in his past two games, but has little to show for it. He has yet to register a point since being traded from Montreal and only has four shots on goal. His only significant fantasy contribution was the four penalty minutes he earned in his first game with Toronto. Despite getting time on the top line while Auston Matthews is out, there is little reason to look at Plekanec as an add. Toronto only plays twice this week, so he holds even less value in weekly formats.--Russ Ivanac - RotoBallerSource:
1 year agoMontreal Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty was officially diagnosed with a knee injury from the game against the New York Islanders on March 2. Pacioretty has only managed to register 17 goals and 37 points in 64 games and has had one of his worst seasons in his career. Look for him to be a bounce-back sleeper next season, however, this year he should be dropped for preferable playoff matchups.--Caden Inaba - RotoBallerSource: SportsCentre on Twitter
1 year agoToronto Maple Leafs goaltender Frederik Andersen will start on Monday night against the Buffalo Sabres. Toronto took a tough loss on Saturday night against the Washington Capitals in a game that saw Andersen surrender five goals and get pulled in the second period. The Danish 28-year-old has been the defensive backbone of the Maple Leafs this season, earning 32 of Toronto’s 39 wins and posting a 2.74 goals-against average with a .920 save percentage. Buffalo currently sits last in the Atlantic Division and lost on Friday to the Florida Panthers 4-1. Look for Andersen and the Leafs to post a strong performance this evening as they expect to get back on track and make their playoff push.--Alex Mckenzie - RotoBallerSource: Paul Hendrick,