Patrick Marleau Headshot

Marleau posted a goal with a plus-1 rating and a blocked shot in Sunday's 2-1 overtime loss against the Bruins.

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Marleau tied Joe Mullen for 43rd place all-time with his 502nd career goal. He snapped a three-game scoreless skid with the marker. The veteran has been terribly inconsistent this season, but he remains a fantasy must-have for his ability to pick up points in bunches.
Jimmy Hayes Headshot

Hayes posted an assist with a plus-1 rating, a blocked shot and two hits in Sunday's 2-1 overtime win against the Sharks.

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The assist was the 100th point of his career. Hayes managed just two goals and an assist over his first 41 games but he has two helpers over the past three outings. His fantasy appeal remains limited to the deepest of formats until he starts to find his way onto the scoresheet with more frequency.
Martin Jones Headshot

Jones allowed two goals on 28 shots in Sunday's 2-1 loss against the Bruins.

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While the result was the same in the loss column, Jones was much better than his previous outing Wednesday against the Panthers when he coughed up six goals on just 22 shots. He has been a bit shaky lately but Sunday's improvement should give fantasy owners hope heading into the new week.
Brad Marchand Headshot

Marchand picked up the game-winning goal in overtime with a plus-1 rating in Sunday's contest against the Sharks.

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Marchand has been on fire since Jan. 5 with 15 goals and 29 points over the past 20 outings. He'll probably be sad the B's do not face the Sharks again this season, as he lit the lamp in each of the meetings. His longest point drought this season is two games on two different occasions. Fantasy owners have enjoyed Marchand's consistent production all season, but he really has taken it to another level recently.
Kevan Miller Headshot

Miller was scoreless in Sunday's 2-1 overtime win against the Sharks with four blocked shots.

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Miller doesn't offer much in the way of offense and he has struggled in the plus-minus category, too. His four blocked shots were a little out of character, too, as he had just 43 blocks over his first 34 games. The area he benefits fantasy owners the most is in the hits category (80).
Tuukka Rask Headshot

Rask yielded just one goal on 30 shots in Sunday's 2-1 overtime victory against the Sharks.

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Rask coughed up 12 goals in his first three appearances in February, but he has given up just one goal over his past two outings, stopping 54 shots. He has won three straight outings and remains a must-start fantasy option across the board.
Sergei Bobrovsky Headshot

Bobrovsky stopped just 28 of the 32 shots he faced in Sunday's 4-3 loss against the Predators.

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Bobrovsky has been a bit erratic lately, letting in three or more goals in seven of his past 10 starts after allowing three or more scores in just nine of his first 37 appearances. Still, he is the backstop for a contender and he receives plenty of support from his offense. Bobrovsky remains a must-start in all fantasy formats despite some uneven results over the past few weeks.
Alexander Wennberg Headshot

Wennberg posted a pair of assist with two blocked shots in Sunday's 4-3 loss against the Predators.

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Wennberg has followed up a five-game scoreless skid with four assists over his past three outings. He has cooled off a bit recently, and he doesn't take a lot of shots on goal. However, he picks up enough assists to be an asset in most fantasy formats, especially since he logs plenty of time on the power play.
Zachary Werenski Headshot

Werenski picked up a goal with two assists, a plus-1 rating and a blocked shot in Sunday's 4-3 loss against the Predators.

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The rookie from the University of Michigan has quickly become a fantasy must-have with nine goals and 36 points with a healthy plus-16 rating. He doesn't spend a lot of time in the sin bin, but he has managed 33 hits and 66 blocked shots to more than make up for his lack of penalties.
Calle Jarnkrok Headshot

Jarnkrok posted a goal with a hit in Sunday's 4-3 win against the Blue Jackets.

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Jarnkrok has been red hot since the end of January, posting six goals with 10 points over his past 11 games. He has been logging plenty of time on the man advantage in the Music City, endearing himself to fantasy owners in leagues of 12 or more teams. If he continues his hot streak he might be worthy of attention in all formats. DFS players will also want to take advantage of his mid-tier pricing until he starts to cool.
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