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2017 Tout Wars Head-to-Head Auction: Team Review
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Joe Pavelski Headshot

Pavelski was scoreless with two blocked shots, a hit and two minor penalties in Saturday's 7-2 loss against the Predators.

Pavelski was playing in his 800th NHL game, but it's not one he will want to watch on video. The veteran has no goals and just one assist over his past six games. He and the other big guns for the Sharks have been shooting blanks lately, totaling just seven goals during their six-game losing streak.
4:59 am (EST)
Josh Bailey Headshot

Bailey posted an assist in Saturday's 2-1 loss against the Bruins, his second helper in as many nights.

Bailey snapped a six-game scoreless drought last time out. He is up to eight assists in March, his second-most productive month of the season in that category. Every time he etches is name onto the scoresheet he improves his career high in points, too. Bailey is up to a career-high 39 assists and 51 points with a few more games left to go.
4:55 am (EST)
Brock Nelson Headshot

Nelson posted an assist with a pair of blocked shots in Saturday's 2-1 loss against the Bruins.

With the assists Nelson reached the 40-point mark for the third consecutive season. He is just two points short of his career high set in the 2014-15 campaign. Nelson has emerged as a decent No. 3 center in deeper seasonal pools.
4:51 am (EST)
Dominic Moore Headshot

Moore posted an assist with a plus-2 rating in Saturday's 2-1 win against the Islanders.

Moore has two goals and six points over his past seven games, as he continues his unlikely production from the checking line. Still, he has just 11 goals and 24 points through 75 games, so he is only someone to rely upon in the very deepest of seasonal pools.
4:48 am (EST)
Riley Nash Headshot

Nash scored both goals in Saturday's 2-1 victory against the Islanders and he finished with a plus-2 rating.

Nash has back-to-back two-point games, scoring three goals with an assist and a plus-3 rating. Don't get too excited, however, as his first 10 games in the month of March resulted in a goose egg. Seasonal fantasy owners will still want to shy away from the journeyman. However, those in DFS play might want some exposure to Nash, especially since he comes with a low price tag.
4:46 am (EST)
Anthony Duclair Headshot

Duclair posted an assist and plus-1 rating in Saturday's 4-1 loss against the Capitals.

Duclair has three assists over his past four games, as he is picking up the pace a bit down the stretch. While those in deeper seasonal pools might not find him useful yet, he is worth a look as a low-end option in DFS play.
4:42 am (EST)
Peter Holland Headshot

Holland scored his fourth goal of the season and he finished with a plus-1 rating in Saturday's 4-1 loss against the Capitals.

Holland's goal snapped a six-game point drought, and it was his first marker since March 5. At this stage of the season there isn't enough time for Holland to endear himself to fantasy owners again.
4:40 am (EST)
Daniel Winnik Headshot

Winnik posted a pair of goals with a plus-2 rating in Saturday's 4-1 win against the Coyotes.

Winnik had managed just one goal over his previous 16 outings, so apparently seeing his former uniform on the other side of the ice fired him up. It was his first two-goal game since Oct. 15, the second outing of the regular season.
4:37 am (EST)
Kevin Shattenkirk Headshot

Shattenkirk posted two assists with a plus-3 rating, four shots on goal, two blocked shots and two hits in Saturday's 4-1 win against the Coyotes.

Shattenkirk continues to search for that elusive first goal in a Capitals uniform, but despite the lack of markers he has been very productive. He has four assists over his past three games, and he has managed four power-play helpers since coming over from the Blues in late February.
4:35 am (EST)
LeBron James Headshot

James (eye) scored 24 points (10-21 FG, 0-4 3Pt, 4-6 FT) while adding 11 rebounds, eight assists and a block in 41 minutes during Saturday's 127-115 loss to the Wizards.

He began the game wearing goggles to protect his eye after suffering a scratched cornea Friday, but after taking a couple of shots he ditched them and proceeded to have a very LeBron-like night. James has gotten a couple games off to rest this month, so expect the 32-year-old to be in the lineup and producing at his usual elite level for the rest of the regular season as the Cavs try to keep hold of the top seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.
2:30 am (EST)
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