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Seth Jones Headshot

Jones picked up two assists with a plus-1 rating, two blocked shots and a hit in Sunday's 4-3 loss to the Predators.

The 22-year-old blueliner is red hot at the moment, racking up six points (all assists) in his last four games with a plus-5 rating, six shots on net and eight blocked shots. The Blue Jackets are headed into their midseason bye, but Jones -- who's already set career highs this season in goals (10) and points (34) -- is more likely to be recharged by the time off than cool down.
4 minutes ago
Anthony Davis Headshot

Davis scored 52 points (26-39 FG, 0-4 3Pt), 10 rebounds and two steals across 32 minutes to lead the Western Conference All-Stars to a 192-182 win over the Eastern Conference on Sunday.

Davis put on a show while playing on his home floor at the Smoothie King Center, establishing new All-Star Game records with 39 shot attempts and 52 points, the latter of which broke Wilt Chamberlain's previous record of 42 points, established in 1962. Perhaps the biggest news of the night for Davis occurred away from the court, as the Pelicans acquired fellow Western Conference All-Star DeMarcus Cousins from the Kings to bolster the frontline. While Davis' career-best numbers (27.7 points, 11.9 rebounds, 2.5 blocks and 2.2 assists per game) figure to take a hit with another high-usage player joining the frontcourt, the addition of Cousins should at least improve the Pelicans' chances of claiming a playoff spot.
5 minutes ago
Josh Manson Headshot

Manson scored the lone goal in Sunday's win over the Kings.

It was the second goal and 11th point of the season for Manson, who isn't known for his offense. The 25-year-old doesn't play on the power play and hadn't recorded a point in 16 games prior to Sunday. Manson's 61 PIM could make him relevant in very deep leagues, but if you need offense, it's probably best to look elsewhere.
36 minutes ago
Peter Budaj Headshot

Budaj stopped 28 of 29 shots in Sunday's loss to the Kings.

It was a great effort from Budaj, but unfortunately the Kings couldn't solve John Gibson. With the loss, the 34-year-old falls to 26-19-3 on the season. While he played well Sunday, Budaj has been struggling to pick up victories of late, managing just one win in his last six appearances. His .916 save percentage is appealing, but Budaj is turning in inconsistent performances, so it's hard to know what you're going to get each night. The stability is starting to wear off, but Budaj and his 26 wins are still a valuable fantasy asset.
40 minutes ago
Luke Glendening Headshot

Glendening made good on an empty-netter from center ice in Sunday's 5-2 road win over the Penguins.

This was just the third goal of the season for the Michigan native -- he's been confined to a bottom-six role -- but his defensive efforts were huge in helping the Wings kill off all four Pittsburgh power plays. Glendening is an asset for the Wings, but not someone that you should be counting on in the fantasy realm due to his limited chances with the puck.
43 minutes ago
John Gibson Headshot

Gibson stopped all 24 shots he faced in Sunday's win over Los Angeles.

It was the fifth shutout of the season for Gibson, who has been dynamite in the Anaheim crease. He's had the odd bad outing, but Gibson is sporting a solid .922 save percentage and has posted 23 wins. The 23-year-old sees a heavy workload and has posted shutouts in two of his last three games for an Anaheim team sitting third in the Pacific Division with 72 points. Use him well.
48 minutes ago
Blake Swihart Headshot

Swihart's return throws to pitchers were much better Sunday, Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe reports.

Swihart raised some eyebrows Saturday when his throws back to the pitcher were way off the mark, but his throws Sunday were much harder and he didn't misfire at all. The initial concern was the he could be developing some sort of mental block -- particularly coming off last season when his development time took a hit when the Red Sox moved him to left field before he suffered a season-ending ankle injury. "It's really not going to be big deal," Swihart said. "The only tough part was getting back there for the first time in a long while with live pitching." Swihart is expected to open the season at Triple-A Pawtucket to get back to an everyday routine behind the plate.
55 minutes ago
Neil Walker Headshot

The Mets and Walker (back) may be close to reaching an agreement on a three-year deal worth in the vicinity of $40 million, SNY.TV reports, though Marc Carig of Newsday indicates a contract extension isn't imminent.

Walker, who accepted the Mets' one-year, $17.2 million qualifying offer in November, was close to inking a similar deal at the time but took the one-year tender offer, enabling the two sides more time to talk. New York has very little second base depth in the organization, having dealt Dilson Herrera to the Reds in the Jay Bruce, as T.J. Rivera or Gavin Cecchini, if he transitioned to the keystone position, would likely be next in line. Walker is coming off a career-year and has expressed his desire to remain in New York, while the Mets will likely take some of the $17.2 million for this year and move it into the future years on the deal.
1 hour ago
Matt Davidson Headshot

Davidson will be one of a few players that White Sox manager Rick Renteria will rotate through the DH spot.

Renteria also mentioned Avisail Garcia and Jose Abreu getting time as the designated hitter. Davidson, who is coming off a foot injury, could also get time at third base if the White Sox move Todd Frazier at some point during the season.
1 hour ago
Andrew Romine Headshot

Romine should once again serve in a super utility role for the Tigers this season, MLB.com reports.

Romine brought eight different gloves to spring training, and the Tigers want him to break them all in. Last season, Romine appeared at all four infield positions and all three outfield positions, so he gives the team a lot of versatility off the bench. However, he's a career .240 hitter with very minimal power (six career home runs in seven MLB seasons), so he's not a great fantasy asset.
1 hour ago
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