News: Anton Khudobin stopped 30 of the 31 shots he faced in Sunday's loss to the Rangers. Analysis: Anton Khudobin was great Sunday, but got no offensive support in a 1-0 loss. The 28-year-old is still searching for his first win this season, posting an 0-8-2 record, to go with a .900 save percentage and 2.91 GAA. Considering the Hurricanes sit at the bottom of the Eastern Conference with just 22 points, it's hard to see Khudobin piling up the wins anytime soon. The backup to Cam Ward won't provide much fantasy value unless the Hurricanes get their season back on track.
News: Cam Talbot pitched an 18-save shutout in Sunday's win over Carolina. Analysis: Cam Talbot has been outstanding recently, recording a shutout in three of his past four games. The 27-year-old is now 3-3-1 on the season with an impressive .928 save percentage and 2.02 GAA. He has been one of the best backups this season and is a great fantasy option whenever starter Henrik Lundqvist gets the night off.
News: Rob Zepp made his NHL debut Sunday, stopping 25 of 28 shots in an overtime win over Winnipeg. Analysis: The 33-year-old Rob Zepp becomes the oldest goalie to win his NHL debut since 1926. What a story. While Zepp will likely return to the AHL Phantoms once starter Steve Mason (upper body) returns from injury, Zepp could still see more action before being sent down. Expect him to backup Ray Emery during Mason's absence, with the chance of stepping in if Razor struggles or goes down with an injury.
News: James Reimer gave up four goals on 34 shots in Sunday's loss to the Blackhawks. Analysis: It wasn't the best outing for James Reimer, who got no offensive support in the 4-0 loss. The 26-year-old is now 6-4-0 on the season with a .907 save percentage and 3.26 GAA. While he has only made 13 appearance this season, Reimer is still a decent fantasy option whenever starter Jonathan Bernier gets the night off.
News: Brent Seabrook registered a pair of assists in Sunday's win over Toronto. Analysis: That's five points in three games for Brent Seabrook, who now has six goals and 14 assists in 34 games on the season. Averaging 22:09 of ice time with an offensively talented Blachawks' team, Seabrook could reach 50 points for the first time in his career this season.
News: Patrick Kane potted a power-play goal and added a pair of assists in Sunday's win over Toronto. Analysis: This kid is just on another level right now. Patrick Kane is currently riding a six-game point streak, recording three goals and 10 points in that span. He sits seventh in league scoring with 36 points (16 goals) in 34 games, putting him on pace for the first 40-goal season of his career. With five game-winning goals, five power-play markers, a plus-11 rating, and 106 shots on goal, Kaner has been an absolute beast this season. He's a must start every game. #Showtime.
News: Patrick Sharp dished out a trio of assists in Sunday's win over the Maple Leafs. Analysis: Patrick Sharp has been dominant in his past two games, recording four points, 11 shots on goal and a plus-3 rating. The 32-year-old now has 15 points (seven goals) in 20 games, to go with a minus-3 rating. He should be in your lineup every night he's in action.
News: Antti Raanta stopped all 31 of the shots he faced in Sunday's win over the Maple Leafs. Analysis: Well, that was simply a Antti Raantastic effort from the 25-year-old. Raanta has been very reliable this season, winning five straight games and allowing only eight goals in that span. With a crazy .945 save percentage and 1.76 GAA on the season, Rannta is a great fantasy option whenever starter Corey Crawford is given the night off.
News: Ryan McDonagh's first-period goal was the only one scored in Sunday's win over the Hurricanes. Analysis: After opening the season with no points in his first six games, Ryan McDonagh has gotten on track with two goals and seven points in his past 11 games. Aside from that recent slump at the beginning of the season, McDonagh has been very consistent, register a plus-8 rating and never going more than two games without recording a point. Averaging 23:26 of ice time and playing on the power play, McDonagh is a solid fantasy option in almost all formats.
News: Patrik Berglund scored his fourth goal of the year Saturday in a loss San Jose. He was plus-1 with two shots and two hits on the night. Analysis: Patrik Berglund's offensive output has been disappointing this year with just 11 points in 32 games, although he has never been a big scorer. Regardless trade rumours surround the veteran Swede and how he responds could provide a boost to his owners.