News: Ryan Miller gave up two goals on 31 shots in Sunday's overtime loss to the Ducks. Analysis: A great outing from Ryan Miller, who is now 3-0-1 in his past three starts, stopping 93 of 98 shots in that span. With an 18-7-1 record on the season, Miller remains one of the best fantasy options in the crease. While his rate stats aren't great, Miller makes up for it with his win total-- which ranks fifth-best in the NHL. He should be in your lineup every night he gets the call.
News: Alex Burrows extended his point streak to three games Sunday, collecting an assist in a loss to Anaheim. Analysis: Alex Burrows now has four points (two goals) in his past three games, putting him at 16 points (eight goals) in 29 games on the season. While he's been inconsistent throughout the year, the 33-year-old winger should still end up with 20 goals this season, making him valuable in deeper formats.
News: Yannick Weber scored his third goal of the season, dished out two hits, blocked three shots, and picked up two PIM in Sunday's loss to Anaheim. Analysis: A solid fantasy night for Yannick Weber, who now has nine points in 29 games, to go with a plus-4 rating. The 26-year-old has offensive potential, but is only averaging 15:42 of ice time, limiting his fantasy value. He could notch 20 points this season, though, making him worthy of a look in some very deep leagues.
News: Ryan Getzlaf picked up a pair of helpers in Sunday's overtime win over the Canucks. Analysis: Ryan Getzlaf has been a monster lately, cranking out seven points (two goals) in his past four games. Three of his past four games have been multi-point outings, putting him at 42 points (12 goals) in 37 games on the season. With 90 shots on goal, a plus-11 rating, 31 PIM, and three game-winning goals, Getzlaf has been an all-around fantasy stud. On track for 90 points, Getzlaf is a must-start every night.
News: Cam Fowler scored the overtime-winning goal Sunday against the Canucks. Analysis: Cam Fowler now has five goals and 19 points in 37 games, to go with a plus-1 rating. Averaging 21:14 of ice time on Anaheim's top defensive pairing, the 23-year-old should hit the 10-goal, 40-point mark in 2014-15.
News: Frederik Andersen stopped 13 of the 14 shots he faced in Sunday's overtime win over Vancouver. Analysis: Frederik Andersen has been excellent of late, posting a 3-0-1 record in his last four games, allowing only five goals in that span. The 25-year-old is now 25-5-5 on the season, having lost only twice in his last 12 games. All he does is win, making him a must-start every night he gets the nod.
News: The Devils placed Michael Ryder (illness) on IR on Monday, Tom Gulitti of the Record reports. Analysis: Michael Ryder is still out with the mumps, so the team will free up a roster spot while he's sidelined. Either Stefan Matteau or Joe Whitney will play in Ryder's place against the Penguins on Monday.
News: Tuukka Rask will start between the pipes Monday against the Red Wings, Joe Haggerty of CSN New England reports. Analysis: Tuukka Rask has allowed three goals in each of his last three appearances, and hasn't recorded a save percentage over .900 over that span. He'll look to turn in a good performance Monday to get back on track.
News: Milan Lucic (undisclosed) will not play Monday against the Red Wings, Joe Haggerty of CSN New England reports. Analysis: The winger is still being called day-to-day, so there's a chance he'll get back in the lineup Wednesday against the Maple Leafs.
News: Patrice Bergeron (undisclosed) will not play Monday against the Red Wings, Joe Haggerty of CSN New England reports. Analysis: There's no word on what exactly is ailing the star center, but the team is continuing to consider him day-to-day for now. David Krejci will take Patrice Bergeron's spot on the team's top line.