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J.T. Miller Headshot

Miller failed to get on the scoresheet for the fourth consecutive game Friday, with the Rangers losing to the Blue Jackets 2-0 on the road.

The 24-year-old center was blanked by reigning Vezina Trophy holder Sergei Bobrovsky on three shot attempts in this latest contest, so we'll give Miller a free pass, but it's worth noting that he's mired in his longest points drought of the season. He'll look to snap out of the mini funk in Sunday's home game against the Senators.
11:14 pm (EST)
Tomas Tatar Headshot

Tatar scored the game-winning goal and recorded three shots and a plus-2 rating during Friday's 3-1 victory over Buffalo.

It's been a tough start to the season for Tatar, as this was just his fifth goal and eighth point of the campaign. However, he has shown a little more offense of late with two tallies, an assist and 13 shots through his past five contests. Additionally, the 26-year-old winger is on pace for his fourth consecutive 20-goal campaign. While Tatar is probably still best viewed as a fringe fantasy asset in the majority of settings, he's definitely someone to keep tabs on.
11:03 pm (EST)
Sonny Milano Headshot

Milano only picked up 4:14 of ice time in Friday's 2-0 win over the Rangers.

After averaging 11:10 of ice time and recording five goals and an assist through his first 11 games in October, the 21-year-old has seen his role diminish to a point where he can't be trusted in shallow leagues. Milano's saving grace is that he's averaging nearly a half-point per game despite barely seeing the ice, but we doubt there's much staying power with his lofty 23.8 shooting percentage. An injury to one of the Blue Jackets' more established forwards could catapult Milano back into fantasy relevancy, though we advise parking him on the bench in all settings until that happens.
10:55 pm (EST)
Xavier Ouellet Headshot

Ouellet recorded an assist through 16:01 of ice time during Friday's 3-1 win over Buffalo.

This was the first point of the campaign for Ouellet, and considering he hasn't played 20 minutes in a game yet this season, his fantasy value is extremely limited. The 23-year-old defenseman should probably have more offensive success moving forward because of his puck-moving acumen, but he's still unlikely to be a reliable assist in many settings.
10:50 pm (EST)
John Wall Headshot

Wall indicated following Friday's loss to the Heat that he was slowed down by fluid in his knee, Wizards' insider Ben Standig reports.

Wall struggled in Friday's loss, and now we may have an idea why. He finished the contest with eight points (3-12 FG, 2-7 3PT), three rebounds, and eight assists across 35 minutes. It is unclear how long his knee has been bothering him, as well as the severity of the issue. The point guard should be considered day-to-day at this point, and his status for Sunday's game against the Raptors could be up in the air. Should he ultimately miss any time, Tim Frazier would presumably benefit the most in terms of minutes, while Bradley Beal and Otto Porter would likely shoulder more off an offensive load.
10:50 pm (EST)
Cam Atkinson Headshot

Atkinson came up empty on a game-high seven shot attempts in Friday's 2-0 win over the Rangers at home.

Having signed a seven-year, $40.25 million contract extension Thursday, Atkinson looked poised to show that he's worth every penny in this contest, but he ended up stretching his goalless streak to six games. Still, the heavy shot volume salvaged his night in daily fantasy leagues, where every bit of production was critical on the two-game slate. He'll resume hunting for that elusive fifth goal in Monday's road game against the Sabres.
10:40 pm (EST)
DeAndre Jordan Headshot

Jordan scored 20 points (10-12 FG, 0-2 FT) to go along with 22 rebounds, one assist, one steal and three blocks over 40 minutes in Friday's 118-113 loss to Cleveland.

At halftime, Jordan already collected 16 points and 10 rebounds for his seventh double-double of the season. While the center has been a rock in the rebounding department, he does not routinely light up the scoreboard as he did Friday with a season-high 20 points. Dominating the low post through scoring and rebounding, Jordan's performance against Cleveland represented the best of what he brings to the table.
10:40 pm (EST)
LeBron James Headshot

James scored 39 points (17-26 FG, 4-9 3PT, 1-5 FT) 14 rebounds, six assists and one steal over 46 minutes in Friday's 118-113 win over the Clippers.

To date, James has been a very efficient shooter (57.9 percent). However, the forward was otherworldly from the floor on Friday en route to a game-high 39 points on 17-of-26 shooting for 65.3 percent from the field. In addition, James collected 14 rebounds for his tenth double-double of the season. Nothing short of dominant offensively, James was in a league of his own versus the Clippers on Friday.
10:36 pm (EST)
Jimmy Howard Headshot

Howard stopped 19 of 20 shots during Friday's 3-1 win over Buffalo.

The veteran had allowed two goals or fewer in each of his previous four outings and continued his strong play Friday. In fact, the lone Buffalo goal could have just as easily been overruled for goaltender interference. Still, it's encouraging to see Howard take advantage of the soft matchup. The Sabres had scored the second fewest goals per game (2.44) and generated the fewest high-danger scoring chances per 60 minutes (8.7) at five-on-five entering Friday's contest, after all. Howard now boasts a rock-solid 8-5-1 record, .931 save percentage and 2.23 GAA for the campaign. His value is on the rise.
10:36 pm (EST)
Mike Hilton Headshot

Hilton totaled six tackles (four solo) and an interception in Thursday's 40-17 win over the Titans.

The first-year cornerback now has two interceptions this season, second only to Ryan Shazier (three), to go with 41 tackles, including a sack. His performance, combined with injuries to Joe Haden (leg) and Mike Mitchell (ankle), may give Hilton an opportunity for even more playing time the rest of the season.
10:35 pm (EST)
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