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1/15:New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist allowed just two goals on 36 shots in Tuesday's 6-2 victory against the Carolina Hurricanes, picking up his 444th NHL victory. He is now just one win behind Hall of Famer Terry Sawchuk for sixth place on the league's all-time career wins list. The two games between the Hurricanes and Rangers have seen a total of 21 goals, but this time it was his team providing most of the offense. Left wing Pavel Buchnevich scored two goals, defenseman Tony DeAngelo scored a pair of goals and center Mika Zibanejad posted two goals and four points. Next up for King Henrik and the Blueshirts will be a home date Thursday with the Chicago Blackhawks.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoballerSource: ESPN
1/15:St. Louis Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington will take the net versus the New York Islanders on Tuesday. The 25-year-old will enter the game fresh off two full days of rest after stopping 21 of 22 shots against in a 3-1 victory over the Stars on Saturday. Binnington has become a popular add (31% owned in Yahoo!) in fantasy leagues over the past few weeks due to the fact that he remains unbeaten in five NHL appearances this season while posting a 1.45 goals-against average and a .941 save percentage. Despite the Blues having played on Monday, fantasy owners might want to continue to ride the hot hand with Binnington on Tuesday.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource: Jeremy Rutherford
1/15:Edmonton Oilers goaltender Mikko Koskinen captured his 13th victory of the season in his team's 7-2 defeat of the Buffalo Sabres on Monday night. After allowing two goals in the first period, the 30-year-old rookie held the Sabres scoreless for the remaining 51:03 of the contest and finished his night with 41 saves on 43 shots against. The Oilers desperately needed Koskinen to find his game in this one after the Finnish native had managed to give up six goals on just 27 shots in his previous two appearances. Koskinen has struggled mightily over the past month (4.15 goals-against average, .884 save percentage) and his ownership has dipped to just 44% in Yahoo! leagues. He'll need similar performances to Monday's win in order to get back into good graces with fantasy owners.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource: NHL.com
1/15:Edmonton Oilers center Connor McDavid registered a goal and added an assist in his team's landslide 7-2 victory over the visiting Buffalo Sabres on Monday. The 22-year-old also contributed a power-play point, three shots on goal, one hit and three takeaways in 17 minutes and three seconds of ice time in the tilt. With the pair of points, McDavid has now found the scoresheet in each of his past five games and 19 of his past 21 contests. The two-time Art Ross winner is once again displaying great consistency and sits second in the entire NHL in scoring with 69 points (28 goals, 41 assists) in 45 games played this season. He's an indisputable top fantasy asset and appears to be a lock to join the century club in points for the third consecutive season in 2018-2019.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource: NHL.com
1/15:Montreal Canadiens defenseman Jeff Petry provided the winning goal in Monday's 3-2 success against the Bruins. He scored 15 seconds into overtime after David Krejci's late power-play goal had taken the game past regulation. Petry also picked up an assist on the team's opening goal scored by Brendan Gallagher. Paul Byron, who had a short-handed goal in the game, finished with two points as well, as did Brad Marchand for the Bruins. Petry is playing the best hockey of his career this season, needing just 10 more points to post a new career high. He's up to 10 goals and 33 points for the year.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/15:St. Louis Blues left wing David Perron extended his career-best point streak to 11 games with a goal in Monday's 4-1 road win at Washington. The Blues fell behind early through an Alex Ovechkin power-play goal, but a three-goal second period pushed things in their favor. Vladimir Tarasenko had his second consecutive multi-point night with a power-play goal and an assist, while Ryan O'Reilly finished the game with two helpers. The Blues have struggled this season, but Perron has done very well, collecting 33 points in 43 games. He shares the team lead in goals with Ryan O'Reilly, both have struck 16 times.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/15:Minnesota Wild goaltender Devan Dubnyk allowed five goals on 20 shots in Monday's 7-4 loss against the Philadelphia Flyers. He received an early shower after 40 minutes, as Alex Stalock was pressed into duty in the third period, allowing just one goal on six shots in his 17:33 on the ice. There were some ugly stat lines for the boys in green, including center Charlie Coyle who was scoreless with a minus-4 rating, and center Luke Kunin also had the same exact line. The Wild will try to dust themselves off and get back on track in less than 24 hours back home against Los Angeles on Tuesday.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoballerSource: ESPN
1/15:Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Carter Hart allowed four goals on 38 shots in a wild 7-4 home win against the Minnesota Wild, as the team tied a season best with seven goals. Three scorers, left wing James van Riemsdyk (three goals), center Nolan Patrick (two goals) and right wing Wayne Simmonds (two goals) provided the offense, while center Scott Laughton (three assists), left wing Claude Giroux (two assists) and defenseman Radko Gudas (two assists) also joined the multi-point party. Hart will look to continue his winning ways Wednesday against the visiting Boston Bruins.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoballerSource: ESPN
1/15:Philadelphia Flyers left wing James van Riemsdyk posted his first hat trick of the season in Monday's 7-4 victory against the Minnesota Wild. He responded favorably after being demoted to the fourth line last Tuesday after a talk with interim coach Scott Gordon. JVR had managed just six goals through 27 games before the chat, and now he has five goals and two assists over the past three games since. Center Nolan Patrick added two goals and two assists, while right wing Wayne Simmonds also got into the act by potting a pair of goals.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoballerSource: ESPN
1/15:New Jersey Devils center Travis Zajac managed a goal with two assists, a plus-2 rating and four shots on goal in Monday's 8-5 wild victory against the Chicago Blackhawks. It was his first goal in 15 games dating back to Dec. 14 against the Vegas Golden Knights. Left wing Brett Seney also added a goal with an assist, while left wing Jesper Bratt also helped out with two assists and a pair of hits. The trio had a solid night, but each player should only be considered for a roster spot in the deepest of fantasy pools. The big offense from the Devils helped mask a rare rough start by goaltender Mackenzie Blackwood, who was dinged for five goals on 32 shots.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoballerSource: ESPN
1/15:New Jersey Devils center Blake Coleman connected for a pair of goals, an assist and a plus-2 rating in Monday's 8-5 win against the Chicago Blackhawks, while right wing Kyle Palmieri was also good for two goals with a plus-1 rating, a team-high six shots on net and two blocked shots. Coleman was able to extend his point streak to four games, posting four goals with six points during the span. One of Palmieri's goals were of the power-play variety, and he snapped a personal four-game scoreless skid. It was also his first multi-point performance since Dec. 21 against the Ottawa Senators.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoballerSource: ESPN
1/15:Chicago Blackhawks right wing Patrick Kane recorded two goals, including one on the power play, while adding two assists with a plus-2 rating and a game-high nine shots on goal in Monday's 8-5 road loss against the New Jersey Devils. He was the only Blackhawks player to record a multi-point night, and there were some ugly performances on the Chicago side. Defenseman Duncan Keith was scoreless with a minus-5 rating, and goaltender Cam Ward was yanked after two periods after coughing up six goals on just 25 shots. The Blackhawks will look to rebound Thursday at Madison Square Garden against the New York Rangers.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoballerSource: ESPN
1/15:Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender Frederik Andersen returned from Injured Reserve on Monday night to face the Colorado Avalanche. He allowed four goals on 36 shots in the return, showing a little bit of rust in the middle period when he coughed up three goals. Andersen, who was making his way back from a groin injury, as well as a recent illness, just seemed to run out of steam. His stamina should be a little better as he gets his sea legs again and is back into the routine. He'll have a couple of days to recuperate before the team resumes play on Thursday against the high-flying Tampa Bay Lightning, kicking off their two-day Sunshine State swing. He'll start one of the two outings, with Michael Hutchinson likely drawing the start, perhaps against his former team, the Florida Panthers, on Friday.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoballerSource: ESPN
1/15:Colorado Avalanche goaltender Semyon Varlamov coughed up three goals on just 20 shots in Monday's 6-3 victory against the Toronto Maple Leafs. The netminder certainly wasn't sharp, but four different scorers provided all the offensive support he needed, including center Carl Soderberg's first-career hat trick. The game was actually tied until 11:45 of the third period, and then the team tacked on two empty-net goals, so it wasn't as lopsided as the score might indicate. It was his first victory dating back to Dec. 15 against the Dallas Stars, and first win on the road in 11 starts dating back to Dec. 2 in Detroit. He remains a risky proposition for fantasy owners and DFS participants.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoballerSource: ESPN
1/15:Colorado Avalanche left wing Gabriel Landeskog posted the team's first goal midway through the second period in Toronto, slicing the lead of the Maple Leafs to 2-1 at the time with his 28th marker. His partner in crime, right wing Mikko Rantanen, struck just 3:23 after Landeskog for his 21st of the season to knot the game briefly at 2-2. Center Nathan MacKinnon was unable to get into the act, although he did finish with a plus-2 rating. The Avalanche will look to build on this victory as their road odyssey continues against the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday night.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoballerSource: ESPN
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