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1/15:Colorado Avalanche center Carl Soderberg notched an empty-net goal with 1:48 remaining in regulation in Monday's 6-3 victory against the Toronto Maple Leafs, capping off his first-career hat trick. His first goal of the night was of the shorthanded variety, giving the team a temporary 3-2 lead, and his go-ahead goal with 8:15 left in regulation stood up as the game-winning tally. The 33-year-old Swedish pivot has posted four goals and five points over the past five outings, but he has just 15 goals and 28 points overall on the season. Despite the big game his fantasy value remains limited to deeper pools until further notice.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoballerSource: ESPN
1/14:Calgary Flames defenseman Mark Giordano scored two goals and added an assist as the Flames scored seven goals on the Coyotes Sunday night. It was Giordano’s second three-point game this week and gives him a blistering eight points in his last four games, which leads all defenseman over the last week. He also has the third highest shot total for defensemen over the past week, totaling 13 shots. This recent hot streak aside, Giordano has been one of the most productive blueliners in the league this season and is showing no signs of slowing down. With 47 points in 45 games and a secure position at the top of Calgary’s top power-play unit, Giordano is a must own and must start every week.--Russ Ivanac - RotoBallerSource:
1/14:Calgary Flames goaltender Mike Smith got the start on Sunday night and allowed only one goal on 23 shots on his way to his 13th win of the year. It was Smith’s first start since January 3rd and not only did he show no ill effects from the lack of playing time, he performed well above his .889 save percentage from this year. With David Rittich now in control of the starter’s crease in Calgary, Smith will not see as many starts but, if Sunday was any indication, it could be just what he needs to get back closer to his .912 career save percentage. As long as Rittich is the starter Smith does not need to be held however he has put himself into a position to be a priority streamer when he does get a start. Calgary has scored the second most goals in the league this season while allowing the fourth-fewest shots against, so whoever is in the crease for them holds significant fantasy value.--Russ Ivanac - RotoBallerSource:
1/14:Vancouver Canucks left wing Loui Eriksson ended an eight-game dry spell with a three-point performance in Sunday's 5-1 win over Florida. He scored the opening goal and dished out two assists for his second three-point game of the season. Eriksson, a former 30-goal-scorer, has been off form ever since moving to Vancouver in 2016-17. He has only eight goals and 19 points this season in 47 games, which he's spent in a bottom-six role. The fourth line was involved in every Canucks goal on Sunday, but it won't happen very often and thus Eriksson's fantasy value remains low.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/13:Columbus Blue Jackets forward Cam Atkinson potted a goal and also registered an assist in his team's 7-5 defeat of the visiting New York Rangers on Sunday night. The 29-year-old's second period tally was already his 26th goal of the 2018-2019 season and he now sits tied for the seventh in that entire NHL in that category. Atkinson has capitalized on great chemistry with fellow linemates Artemi Panarin and Pierre-Luc Dubois this season and seems like a lock to eclipse the 30-goal mark in 2018-2019 for the second time in his career. Taken with the 117th average pick in Yahoo fantasy drafts this summer, Atkinson is clearly one of the biggest draft bargains and will look to build upon his 46 points (26 goals, 20 assists) in his next contest with the Devils on Tuesday.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource:
1/13:Columbus Blue Jackets left-winger Artemi Panarin registered a goal and added an assist in his team's 7-5 victory over the New York Rangers on Sunday. The 27-year-old filled up the box score in this one, also posting a plus-four rating, three shots on goal and a hit in 22 minutes and four seconds of ice time. With the multi-point effort, Panarin has now posted at least one point in ten of his last 11 contests and now has 48 points (16 goals, 32 assists) in 42 games on the campaign. The talented Russian is on pace to establish a new career-high (82 points in 2017-2018) in points this season and is a legitimate top-25 asset in most fantasy formats.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource:
1/13:Vancouver Canucks goaltender Jacob Markstrom will get the call in net against the visiting Florida Panthers on Sunday. Markstrom had a bit of a rough performance in his last outing against the Coyotes on Thursday - giving up four goals on 22 shots against in the contest. With that said, the 28-year-old has been one of the NHL's best goaltenders over the past month, registering six wins to go along with a 2.28 goals-against average and a .920 save percentage in 11 starts. While Markstrom remains available in 35% of Yahoo! leagues, fantasy owners might want to consider adding him against a likely tired Panthers team that will be competing in its fourth game in six days on Sunday.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource: Brendan Batchelor
1/13:Florida Panthers goaltender Roberto Luongo will look to end a personal four-game losing skid on Sunday as he takes on the Vancouver Canucks. The 29-year-old came up short in his last start on Friday - allowing three goals on 23 shots against. It's been an uncharacteristically poor season for the veteran netminder as he'll enter the game on Sunday with just eight wins, a 3.36 goals-against average and a .891 save percentage in 22 starts. It's hard to justify owning Luongo in all but deep fantasy leagues but considering the opposing Canucks have failed to score a goal in two of its past three games, fantasy owners might want to give him the nod on Sunday.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource:
1/13:Carolina Hurricanes forward Sebastian Aho scored a hat trick and had one assist in Sunday's 6-3 win over Nashville. Aho started the scoring with an unassisted tally, found his second one on a power play and finished things off with a short-handed goal into an empty net. Filip Forsberg scored twice for the Preds, including a short-handed goal of his own. Aho, who had a game-high six shots, joined the 50-point club as he's now up to 51 points in 45 games. Moving Aho to center has worked out really well for the Canes this season, with the Finnish wizard already producing four different four-point games. He's averaging close to two points per game this month, picking up 12 points in seven outings.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/13:Columbus Blue Jackets goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky will return to the crease on Sunday versus the New York Rangers. The 30-year-old was suspended by his team earlier this week for an internal incident and, as a result, will make his start since being pulled after allowing four goals on 19 shots against the Lightning on Tuesday. Bobrovsky hasn't quite been himself thus far in 2018-2019 (carries a 2.87 goals-against average and a .907 save percentage) and has been yanked in two of his past three starts. However, Sunday's start looks to be a great opportunity to him to get back on track, facing an offense in the Rangers that sits 26th in the NHL in goals-per-game.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource: Aaron Portzline
1/13:Detroit Red Wings center Dylan Larkin picked up three assists Saturday night, one on each of Tyler Bertuzzi's three goals. It was a triumphant return to the scoresheet for Larkin who had registered a point in all but one game through December but had only managed to score in two of the five games since the beginning of 2019. Larkin now has 44 points in 47 games and is on pace to set a career high in goals and points. With the team lead in points, penalty minutes, and shots Larkin has already established himself as must start and as much as the Red Wings depend on him (21:49 average time on ice) he should remain that way for the rest of the season.--Russ Ivanac - RotoBallerSource:
1/13:Detroit Red Wings forward Tyler Bertuzzi scored his first career hat trick on Saturday night, including goals in the first minute of the first and third periods. All three of his goals came from right around the net with two of them coming as deflections. That kind of net-front production could be what escalates Bertuzzi's value if he can translate it to success on the power play. Currently, he only has two power-play points in 45 games despite getting regular opportunities but has managed to work his way into a 45 point pace without it. If he can manage to start converting with the man advantage, he will become someone to watch, especially with him playing alongside Dylan Larkin at even strength. If and until that time, however, Bertuzzi is only useful in deeper leagues.--Russ Ivanac - RotoBallerSource:
1/13:Arizona Coyotes forward Conor Garland scored two goals in Saturday night's win over Edmonton, giving him six goals in his last four games. Garland earned his goals the hard way, deflecting a shot off of his face for his first tally, which resulted in him needing 10 stitches before re-entering the game to score his second goal. The rookie forward has done a great job taking advantage of his usage on the second power-play unit, scoring three of his goals on the power play during this streak, but sustainability is a concern since he is seeing only 13:26 minutes of ice time on average over his last five games. Garland is likely a flash in the pan but can be a useful streaming option while he is on this hot streak or if he can carve out a regular role higher in the lineup.--Russ Ivanac - RotoBallerSource:
1/13:Chicago Blackhawks forward Alex DeBrincat registered two goals in his team's 4-3 overtime loss to the Vegas Golden Knights on Saturday night. The NHL sophomore also registered a team-high five shots on goal, a power-play point and one hit in 19 minutes and six seconds of ice time in the contest. DeBrincat now has tallies in four straight games and is currently on pace to eclipse the 40-goal mark for the first time in his young career. Playing on the Hawks' first line and top power-play unit, the 21-year-old has taken advantage of a great opportunity and certainly deserves to be owned in more than 80% of Yahoo! fantasy leagues. DeBrincat will look to extend his current goal-streak to five games when the Hawks take on the New Jersey Devils on Monday.--Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource:
1/13:Tampa Bay Lightning forward Steven Stamkos posted a pair of points (including the game-winning goal) in his team's 5-3 win versus the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday. After getting off to a slow start to the season with just eight points in 11 October games, the Lightning captain is now well over a point-per-game with his 51 points in 45 games and looks as dangerous as ever on a stacked Tampa Bay team. Since the calendar flipped over to 2019, Stamkos has produced eight points (two goals, six assists) and has recorded multi-point efforts in three of five games played. The 28-year-old has proved that his production is in no way tied to fellow superstar Nikita Kucherov and finds a way to rack up points on the man advantage and at even-strength regardless of who he plays with. He'll look to keep his current hot streak going in his next game against the Islanders on Sunday. --Chase Davis - RotoBallerSource:
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