News: Jakob Silfverberg collected a goal, two assists and a plus-3 rating in Tuesday's win over the Coyotes. Analysis: The points give him 30 on the year (10 goals, 20 assists), already well above his previous best of 23 from last season. The Ducks forward core is a fairly crowded bunch at the moment, so the 24-year-old will probably continue to have a hard time consistently hitting the scoresheet. However, he has fired 144 shots on goal this season, making him an intriguing option in leagues that count that stat.
News: Jonathan Quick helped snap the Kings' three-game losing streak by stopping 21 of 23 shots Tuesday in a 5-2 victory over Edmonton. Analysis: Jonathan Quick had been on the hook for two of those losses, including getting yanked Sunday in Winnipeg, but he got back on track in this one and has now allowed two or fewer goals in seven of his last eight outings. He's been a bit streaky this year, but things have been trending in the right direction recently.
News: Ben Scrivens was beaten five times on 29 shots Tuesday in a 5-2 loss to the Kings. Analysis: That's the fourth defeat in Ben Scrivens' last five starts, and the third time in the last eight that he's given up four or more goals. Although Scrivens is capable of turning in some positive outings, the Edmonton goaltending situation remains eminently avoidable for fantasy purposes.
News: Andrew Hammond was excellent again Tuesday, saving 36 of 38, but he took a 3-2 shootout loss to the Wild. Analysis: No shame in being outdueled by the new-look Devan Dubnyk in the shootout, but it makes for Andrew Hammond's first loss of the season. Even so, he played terrifically well again, which should at least force coach Dave Cameron to make hard choices between the surprising rookie and veteran Craig Anderson, who returned in a backup capacity Tuesday.
News: Bobby Ryan tallied a goal, an assist and a plus-2 rating Tuesday in a 3-2 shootout loss to Minnesota. Analysis: Bobby Ryan's found some nice consistency this season, as he's now just one shy of last year's 48-point total and has rarely fallen into extended slumps. Things have been particularly good lately, as he's on a point-per-game pace since the All-Star break, with four goals and 10 assists in 14 contests.
News: Mikael Granlund set up both of Matt Dumba's goals, accounting for all of the Wild's offense in regulation, Tuesday in a shootout win over Ottawa. Analysis: He's got three helpers in the last two games and seven points in his last six, with a plus-6 rating and six PIM in that span to boot. It's been a disappointing campaign for Mikael Granlund, who's missed time to injury and owns only six goals and 27 points in 49 games, but he can erase the bad memories with a strong finish to the season. At just 23 years old, he's got plenty of upside that's yet to be realized, as Granlund was a point-per-game producer as a teenager in the Finnish professional league.
News: Matt Dumba scored both of Minnesota's regulation goals and notched two penalty minutes Tuesday in a shootout win over the Senators. Analysis: He's been finding the scoresheet more often lately, having tallied four times in the last seven games, though he has no assists in that span. Still just 20 years old, Matt Dumba has all kinds of long-term upside, but this is about as good as his production's going to get this year.
News: Devan Dubnyk stopped 31 of 33 and held on in the shootout for a 3-2 victory over the Senators on Tuesday. Analysis: We're starting to exhaust our supply of superlatives for Dubs, whose magical run has carried on long past what anyone thought might be its expiration date. He's given up two or fewer goals in seven straight starts now, and owns a ridiculous 16-3-1 record, .937 save percentage and 1.65 GAA as a member of the Wild.
News: Cody Eakin notched an assist and scored the game-winning goal in overtime Tuesday against the Islanders. He finished the evening plus-2 and won 15 of 23 faceoffs. Analysis: That's the second nice game in the last three for Cody Eakin, who's got five points in that span. With 15 goals and 15 assists, he should easily clear his career highs (16 and 19, respectively, set last year) in both categories, but with the young center on just a 40-point pace, his utility is limited to deeper formats.
News: Jaroslav Halak lost in overtime for the first time all year Tuesday, giving up three goals on 35 shots against the Stars. Analysis: It wasn't a bad effort by any means by Jaroslav Halak, who had made 46 starts without losing in overtime before Cody Eakin beat him at the 2:18 mark of the extra frame. Ten of those 46 games had gone to OT or require a shootout, and he'd won all of them. Nonetheless, Halak has been generally reliable all year, particularly in the wins category, and that should persist down the stretch.