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2 hours agoSeattle Kraken center Shane Wright is set to re-enter the lineup for Tuesday's tilt against Montreal. The team recalled him from his conditioning stint in the AHL on Monday and Wright rolled with the third line at Tuesday's morning skate. This is of course an intriguing matchup, with the Canadiens having elected against choosing Wright with the No. 1 pick in this year's draft. The 18-year-old fell all the way down to fourth, and he has failed to nail down a spot for himself in the Kraken squad, skating in just seven games and averaging barely eight minutes of ice time. He hasn't even yet scored in the NHL, but knowing how the hockey gods work, it will probably now happen against Montreal. Wright already hit some good goal-scoring form in the minors, netting four times in five games.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Mike Benton
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2 hours agoMontreal Canadiens center Sean Monahan left Monday's 7-6 overtime loss to Vancouver with an undisclosed injury and it's uncertain if he can play Tuesday versus Seattle. He notched his sixth goal of the campaign against the Canucks before leaving in the second period. Monahan has started the rebuild his career in Montreal, and it's been a good campaign for him, with the 28-year-old having recorded 17 points in 25 outings. He has been centering the third line, and Monahan's potential absence would also leave a spot empty on the first power-play unit.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Sportsnet
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3 hours agoOttawa Senators forward Derick Brassard will be back in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Kings. He returns after spending two games in the press box, replacing Dylan Gambrell. Brassard has flirted with 60-point campaigns multiple times in his career, but these times are sadly well behind us. The 35-year-old tallied only 19 points in 46 games last season, and the 2022-23 campaign hasn't gone much better for him either, with Brassard collecting three goals and three assists in 16 games. He will center the third line Tuesday night.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Marc Brassard
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3 hours agoLos Angeles Kings left wing Alex Iafallo (lower body) will make his first appearance since Oct. 17 in Tuesday's battle with the Senators. He will skate in only his fifth game of the season after going down very early on with a lower-body injury. It was a bitter blow for Iafallo at the start of the campaign, as he had opened the year in hot form with two goals and three assists in four games. He will go on the third line Tuesday to skate with Gabriel Vilardi and Adrian Kempe.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Patrick O'Neal
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3 hours agoChicago Blackhawks center Jonathan Toews has caught an illness and is a game-time decision for Tuesday's contest against New Jersey. He skipped the morning skate and might now also have to miss his first game of the season. Toews has had some solid stretches in 2022-23, but with him having recorded 14 points and a minus-10 rating in 24 games, it's not been a good campaign overall for the Blackhawks captain. Max Domi has been hot lately and could take over as the first-line center Tuesday if Toews isn't able to play.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Mike Morreale
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3 hours agoAnaheim Ducks left wing Maxime Comtois (lower body) will be back in the lineup Tuesday versus Carolina. He hasn't played since Nov. 12, skipping 11 games. It's been a tough season for Comtois, with him having registered only four points across 15 outings with 25 shots, 23 hits and a minus-three rating. The 23-year-old saw his form take a turn for the worst already last season and he hasn't been able to get back on track. With the team struggling, Comtois might get a chance to nail down a top-six spot, but considering his performances, it's unlikely to happen, and fantasy managers should have much better options on the table.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Lisa Dillman
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3 hours agoPittsburgh Penguins forwards Sidney Crosby (illness) and Evgeni Malkin (illness) are expected to be in the lineup Tuesday versus Columbus. Both players skipped Monday's practice with an illness, and Crosby didn't appear in Tuesday's morning skate either, but head coach Mike Sullivan has said that he "anticipates" that they will play. The star duo has combined for 57 points this season, and Crosby is riding a five-game scoring streak ahead of the contest. Malkin recently went through a scoring drought, but he has hit his stride again with four points in two games and should definitely enjoy the matchup against the second-worst defense in the league.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Shelly Anderson
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11 hours agoVancouver Canucks forward Elias Pettersson led the way with three points in Monday's 7-6 win over Montreal, finishing his big performance with the game-winning goal in overtime. Pettersson was part of an impressive comeback, as the Canucks looked dead and buried after losing the first period 4-0. He registered a pair of assists on strikes from Ilya Mikheyev as Vancouver raced ahead 5-4. The Canucks continue to perform very inconsistently, but Pettersson has been superb throughout the season and will head to the next match with 12 goals and 20 assists on his account. Since the start of last month, there have been just five games in which Pettersson hasn't added to his tally.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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11 hours agoCalgary Flames center Nazem Kadri had his second three-point night of the campaign on Monday, finishing a 3-2 victory over Arizona with a goal and two assists. He helped to set up a pair of first-period goals and lit the lamp himself 4:18 from the end of regulation, scoring the game-winning goal on the power play. One of the assists also came with the man advantage. The 32-year-old is now on 19 points for the season. Kadri has done reasonably well so far, but nine of his points came with his first six appearances of the season. He has also struggled in even-strength situations, posting only nine points and logging a minus-five rating. With that said, Calgary's second line has worked better in recent weeks, and Kadri should be able to improve his scoring rate in the near future.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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11 hours agoNew York Rangers left wing Artemi Panarin had his second consecutive multi-assist game on Monday versus St. Louis. He logged a power-play assist when Adam Fox extended his home scoring streak to nine games and Panarin's second assist came on a goal from Vincent Trocheck. The Breadman now boasts 103 multi-assist games for his career and only Connor McDavid (137) has managed more since Panarin entered the league in 2015. New York's star winger is one of the most consistent performers in the game, and with 30 points to his name in 27 games, Panarin has had a strong start to the campaign.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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11 hours agoSt. Louis Blues winger Jordan Kyrou was back from a one-game absence with a two-point effort Monday against the Rangers. He helped the team grab a 4-3 lead with a power-play goal and an assist before St. Louis eventually took a 6-4 loss. Kyrou had missed the previous game with an illness. The 24-year-old now boasts double figures in both main offensive categories and will head into Tuesday's clash with the Islanders on 21 points. Kyrou has been on a hot streak for nearly a month now, and he's enjoyed three multi-point outings in his past five games.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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11 hours agoVegas Golden Knights defenseman Shea Theodore grabbed two assists as the team inflicted Boston with its first home loss of the season Monday. It was a 4-3 shootout win for Vegas after the Bruins were able to come back from a three-goal deficit. Theodore picked up his helpers at the start of the first and the second period on goals from Paul Cotter. He logged 24:30 of ice time and also contributed with one block and had four shots in total while finishing the game with a plus-one rating. Theodore has stepped into a big role in Alex Pietrangelo's (personal) absence, averaging a point per game in four outings since the team lost Pietrangelo. He's on 21 points for the whole campaign with 27 games played.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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11 hours agoColorado Avalanche forward Alex Newhook lit the lamp twice in Monday's 5-3 loss against the Flyers. He grabbed a power-play goal early in the game and also netted in an even-strength situation in the third period. The goals came from Newhook's only two shots on the goal, while he logged a season-high 23:04 of ice time. Injuries have forced him to step into a big role, and it looks like there's even more responsibility coming Newhook's way, as Nathan MacKinnon sustained an upper-body injury Monday. The 21-year-old, who has six goals and three assists in total for the season, could find himself centering the first line in Wednesday's matchup against Boston.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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12 hours agoColorado Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon was hurt early in Monday's game against Philadelphia and was ruled out for the night with an upper-body injury. Before leaving, he was able to collect his 34th point of the campaign with a power-play assist. It appeared that MacKinnon got hurt on a check by Philadelphia's Scott Laughton. The defending champions have been incredibly unlucky with injuries this season, as MacKinnon joins a list that already includes fellow forwards Artturi Lehkonen (upper body), Evan Rodrigues (lower body), Gabriel Landeskog (knee) and Valeri Nichushkin (ankle). Mikko Rantanen is the only top-six regular who remains in the lineup. Colorado returns to action Wednesday versus Boston and we should know more about MacKinnon's injury prior to the game.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Colorado Avalanche
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1 day agoEdmonton Oilers right wing Kailer Yamamoto (upper body) will return to the lineup Monday against Washington. He has missed nearly a month of action after not playing since Nov. 8. Yamamoto will hope to finally kick-start his season, having recorded only three points in 13 games prior to getting hurt. His form has been a massive disappointment after Yamamoto registered his first 20-goal campaign in 2021-22 and posted 41 points in total.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: Edmonton Oilers

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