News: Gabriel Landeskog was held pointless Saturday, but he picked up 10 PIM in a loss to the Wild. Analysis: Gabriel Landeskog, who has recorded six goals in his last nine games, also fired three shots on goal in Saturday's loss. Landeskog is impressing right now and considering the top-line forward has racked up 65 PIM on the season, he makes for a good all-around fantasy option.
News: Cody McLeod was dinged for 17 PIM in Saturday's loss to the Wild. Analysis: A spirited outing from Cody McLeod, who now has a whopping 167 PIM this season -- second-most in the NHL. While he's only produced nine points in 63 games, the 30-year-old piles up the PIM, making him worth owning in deep specialty leagues.
News: Justin Fontaine scored the game-winning goal Saturday against Colorado. Analysis: Justin Fontaine has been productive of late, compiling three goals and nine points in his last eight games. He's now got eight goals, 22 points and a plus-11 rating in 52 games on the season. He can be trusted in some very deep leagues, but considering he averages just 11:32 of ice time, the bottom-six forward doesn't hold much fantasy value.
News: Erik Haula recorded his second straight multi-point game Saturday, scoring his seventh goal of the season and picking up an assist in a win over Colorado. Analysis: While he's been hot these past two game, Erik Haula had recorded just one point in his previous 15 games. Considering he skates on the fourth line and has just 12 points in 55 games on the season, the 23-year-old currently only has fantasy value in the deepest of leagues.
News: Semyon Varlamov gave up three goals on 32 shots in Saturday's loss to the Wild. Analysis: Semyon Varlamov has now given up at least three goals in each of his last four games. The 26-year-old owns a 19-17-7 record on the season with a .917 save percentage and 2.69 GAA. He may be struggling a little right now, but he's played in a whopping 43 games and is the go-to-guy in Colorado. He'll rebound soon.
News: Devan Dubnyk was outstanding once again Saturday, stopping 33 of 34 shots in a win over Colorado. Analysis: Devan Dubnyk has won five of his last six games, allowing two goals or less in each of those contests. He's also suffered just two regulation losses in his last 16 games played. Simply remarkable. He's an automatic roll every game.
News: Reilly Smith contributed two assists -- one on the power play -- in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Coyotes. Analysis: Reilly Smith has appeared on the score sheet in six of the Bruins' last seven games. During that stretch, he's compiled two goals and six assists while producing a plus-6 rating. Keep him active while Smith enjoys his hottest scoring run of the season.
News: Patrice Bergeron generated a goal and assist and attempted six shots in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Coyotes. Analysis: Patrice Bergeron finishes February with six goals and five assists, tying his highest point total for any other month of the season. The two-way center hasn't noticed much of a drop in scoring from a season earlier, but a sizable fallback in his plus/minus rating (plus-38 in 2013-14, plus-4 in 2014-15) has resulted in a slight decline in his overall fantasy value.
News: Tuukka Rask stopped 31 of 32 shots in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Coyotes. Analysis: After missing the first game of the Bruins' weekend back-to-back Friday with an illness, Tuukka Rask was stellar in his return to the net, keeping the Coyotes off the board for the first 50 minutes. Though he recently put a stop to a six-game losing streak, Rask has appeared to be in form his last three times out, holding the opposition to two or fewer tallies.
News: Roberto Luongo had one of his worst outings of the season Saturday, giving up three goals on 14 shots to the Sabres. However, the Panthers offense bailed him out and eventually came away with a 5-3 victory. Analysis: After Bobby Lu allowed a couple quick ones (two in the first 7:18) the Panthers put forth a total team effort, rallying for a three-goal flurry of their own in the second period while allowing just eight shots on goal in the final two frames. Buffalo would tie it up just past the midway mark of the third, which Scottie Upshall and Derek MacKenzie answered with two more goals to ice it for Florida. Expect Roberto Luongo to quickly put this one behind him and continue to perform more in line with his .920 save percentage and 2.40 GAA as the boys in Sunrise attempt to chase down the Bruins for the final Wild Card spot in the East.