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12:56 AM

Adam Clendening, D, VAN

Adam Clendening

Canucks' Clendening To Debut Sunday

News: Adam Clendening will make his Canucks debut Sunday against the Wild, Elliott Pap of the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis: The Canucks were motivated to acquire the young blueliner from the Blackhawks after Kevin Bieksa (hand) was ruled out for six to eight weeks. Adam Clendening will immediately assume a spot on the club's third pairing, joining Luca Sbisa. While he won't eat up all of Bieksa's 21:16 average TOI, Clendening should slot in on the second power-play unit, displacing Yannick Weber. The rearguard lacks much experience at the NHL level, but did show a dash of offensive potential during his four-game stint with the Blackhawks earlier in the season, tallying a goal and an assist.

12:50 AM

Derek Dorsett, RW, VAN

Derek Dorsett

Canucks' Dorsett Returns To Practice

News: Derek Dorsett (neck) took part in Saturday's practice, Jon Abbott of TSN Radio Vancouver reports.
Analysis: Derek Dorsett appeared to be a full participant in his first practice since suffering the injury Wednesday against the Ducks, taking part in battle drills with the team's other healthy skaters. Coach Willie Desjardins indicated Dorsett will be a possible lineup option for Sunday's game against the Wild, but his status likely won't be known until the Canucks hold pregame warmups.

12:48 AM

Alex Tanguay, RW, COL

Alex Tanguay

Bruised Hand Knocks Avs' Tanguay Out Of Practice

News: Alex Tanguay missed Saturday's practice due to a bruised hand, Mike Chambers of the Denver Post reports.
Analysis: Alex Tanguay suffered the injury in Friday's game against Nashville, when a slap shot from Seth Jones ricocheted off his hand. He is expected to resume practicing with the team Monday, which would put him on track to play Tuesday against the Stars.

12:45 AM

Martin Hanzal, C, ARI

Martin Hanzal

Coyotes' Hanzal Has Upper-Body Injury

News: The Coyotes announced prior to Saturday's game against the Senators that Martin Hanzal is day-to-day with an upper-body injury, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports.
Analysis: Martin Hanzal's injury was deemed "minor" by coach Dave Tippett on Friday, and the day-to-day designation would seem to verify that's indeed the case. The Coyotes will check in on his condition Sunday morning before deciding if he'll be available for the matinee with the Canadiens.

12:42 AM

Colin McDonald, RW, NYI

Colin McDonald

Isles Reassign McDonald

News: Colin McDonald was reassigned to AHL Bridgeport prior to Saturday's game against the Red Wings, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.
Analysis: Colin McDonald was strictly considered an emergency option Saturday while Casey Cizikas contended with a foot injury. After Cizikas was able to skate during the warmup without incident, McDonald's services were no longer needed by the Islanders.

12:37 AM

Tyler Kennedy, LW, SJ

Tyler Kennedy

Sharks' Kennedy Gets In A Skate Saturday

News: Tyler Kennedy (lower body) was able to take part in Saturday's morning skate, but won't be a lineup option for the Sharks' tilt with the Blackhawks, David Pollak of the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: Tyler Kennedy is reportedly dealing with muscle spasms in the lower-body injury, the fourth unique ailment he's had to deal with this season. The winger declined to put an estimate on a potential return date, but if he continues to practice without much pain over the next couple of days, he could be ready to go for Monday's match against Edmonton.

12:33 AM

Nikita Nikitin, D, EDM

Nikita Nikitin

Oilers' Nikitin Ruled Out 4-6 Weeks

News: Nikita Nikitin (shoulder) was officially ruled out for four to six weeks Saturday, Jack Michaels of the Oilers Radio Network reports.
Analysis: The Oilers will more than likely place Nikita Nikitin on injured reserve in the coming days while he contends with the long-term injury. His absence should go relatively unnoticed in the fantasy realm, as eight points and a minus-9 rating in 34 games don't exactly scream "roster me." Keith Aulie looks to be Nikitin's primary replacement on the Oilers' third defensive pairing.

12:30 AM

Ben Scrivens, G, EDM

Ben Scrivens

Oilers' Scrivens Garners Nod Saturday

News: Ben Scrivens will be in the cage for Saturday's game against the Flames, Jack Michaels of the Oilers Radio Network reports.
Analysis: After a capable showing Thursday against the Sabres during which he allowed two goals on 20 shots, Ben Scrivens will earn a second consecutive nod. The Oilers have been playing better hockey since the calendar turned to 2015, but it's still difficult to count on Scrivens for wins against the NHL's elite teams, and even middle-of-the-pack squads like the Flames. Scrivens' value is further hindered by the Oilers seemingly adopting a timeshare in goal, as Viktor Fasth has kept his name salient in the battle for starting duties.

12:19 AM

Brett Ritchie, RW, DAL

Brett Ritchie

Stars' Ritchie To Sit Again Saturday

News: Brett Ritchie will be held out of Saturday's game against the Coyotes while he continues to nurse an undisclosed injury, Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Analysis: While the Stars decided to activate Brett Ritchie from injured reserve Wednesday, his unavailability in the team's subsequent two games suggests he's not feeling 100 percent just yet. His next chance to play will come Tuesday against the Avalanche.

12:17 AM

Erik Cole, RW, DAL

Erik Cole

Stars' Cole Out Again Saturday

News: Erik Cole (upper body) will not play Saturday against the Jets, Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Analysis: Erik Cole will miss his third straight game due to the injury. He's been able to practice the last few days, so he'll remain in the day-to-day camp for the time being, with a return to action perhaps coming next week.

12:12 AM

Craig Anderson, G, OTT

Craig Anderson

Sens' Anderson Resumes Skating

News: Craig Anderson (hand) resumed skating Saturday morning, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
Analysis: Craig Anderson remains unavailable for a second straight game Saturday against the Coyotes, but his return to the ice affirms that his injury is in the day-to-day category. He'll likely increase his activity during practices the next two days in preparation for a return to action Tuesday against the Devils.

12:08 AM

Nicklas Grossmann, D, PHI

Nicklas Grossmann

Flyers' Grossmann To Remain Out Saturday

News: Nicklas Grossmann (shoulder) will not return to the lineup Saturday against the Maple Leafs, Tim Panaccio of CSN Philadelphia reports.
Analysis: The Flyers suggested after Friday's practice that Nicklas Grossmann was closing in on a return to the lineup, but his shoulder is apparently still bugging him enough that the team decided to keep him out for another game. The rearguard last suited up for the Flyers on Jan. 8.

12:04 AM

Kris Russell, D, CGY

Kris Russell

Flames' Russell A Game-Time Decision With Illness

News: Kris Russell is dealing with an illness and will be a game-time decision for Saturday's match against the Oilers.
Analysis: Kris Russell is suffering from the flu and was unable to skate Saturday morning. The team will see if he can notice enough progress in his recovery over the afternoon to give it a go against the Oilers, but Tyler Wotherspoon would enter the lineup in the event the blueliner can't play.

12:00 AM

Christian Ehrhoff, D, PIT

Christian Ehrhoff

Pens' Ehrhoff Still At Risk Of Concussion

News: Coach Mike Johnston said that while Christian Ehrhoff hasn't been formally diagnosed with a concussion, the defenseman continues to experience symptoms indicative of the head injury, Shelly Anderson of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Analysis: It appears safe to rule Christian Ehrhoff out of Sunday's game against the Predators at this point, but the Penguins haven't closed the door on him joining the team for their Western Canada road trip that kicks off Wednesday in Edmonton. He'll have to take the ice for a practice or two before the Penguins would probably even consider him as an option for the trip.

1/31/2015

Michael Del Zotto, D, PHI Flyers' Del Zotto Catching Fire, Scores In Win

Michael Del Zotto

Flyers' Del Zotto Catching Fire, Scores In Win

News: Michael Del Zotto extended his point streak to six games Saturday, scoring the game's only goal in a win over Toronto.
Analysis: Michael Del Zotto now has more points this season (17) than he had in all of last season split between the Rangers and Predators (16). Averaging 20:35 of ice time and oozing with newfound confidence, Del Zotto could make for a great pick-up in deeper formats. The former 40-point-getter is only 24-years-old and still has plenty of offensive potential. What a resurgence.

1/31/2015

Chris Kreider, LW, NYR

Chris Kreider

Rangers' Kreider Scores In Win

News: Chris Kreider scored his 11th goal of the season and had four shots on goal in Saturday's win over Carolina.
Analysis: Chris Kreider now has three goals and six points in his last seven games, putting him on track for a career-high 45-point season. With 79 PIM and a plus-11 rating, the second-liner is a consistent and reliable fantasy option in most formats.

1/31/2015

Chad Johnson, G, NYI

Chad Johnson

Isles' Johnson Gags Rare Start

News: Chad Johnson was terrible Saturday, giving up four goals on just 19 shots in a 4-1 loss to the Red Wings.
Analysis: Making just his 12th start of the season after coach Jack Capuano opted to give regular starter Jaroslav Halak extra rest, Chad Johnson didn't do much to give his team a chance to win in this one. As long as Halak is healthy, he'll continue to get the lion's share of the starts on Long Island, further limiting Johnson's value. After Saturday's disappointing showing, Johnson now owns a paltry .865 save percentage and 3.43 GAA, numbers that scream "avoid at all costs!"

1/31/2015

Dominic Moore, C, NYR

Dominic Moore

Rangers' Moore Strikes Shorthanded

News: Dominic Moore scored a beautiful shorthanded goal in Saturday's win over the Hurricanes.
Analysis: While it was only Dominic Moore's fourth goal of the season, the third-line centre has 14 points in 47 games, putting him on track for a 23-point season. Considering he's never surpassed 41 points in his career and only averages 14:12 of ice time, Moore is only valuable in the deepest of leagues.

1/31/2015

Brad Marchand, LW, BOS

Brad Marchand

Bruins' Marchand Pots Two In Win

News: Brad Marchand scored twice and had a game-high seven shots on goal in Saturday's win over the Kings.
Analysis: Brad Marchand is starting to heat up, scoring four goals in his last five games. The second-liner, who has 27 points (15 goals) in 45 games, has racked up 64 PIM and a a plus-13 rating this season, making him a strong all-around fantasy option. The Bruins are rising, so ride Marchand while he's hot.

1/31/2015

Braden Holtby, G, WAS

Braden Holtby

Caps' Holtby Outdone By Habs, Price

News: Braden Holtby was marvelous Saturday in stopping 29 of 30 shots, but it wasn't enough as the Caps were shut out 1-0 by Montreal.
Analysis: Unfortunately for Braden Holtby, the Caps' offense in front of him ran into a red-hot Carey Price, who pitched his second straight shutout in the contest. Despite falling short of picking up his 24th win of the season, Holtby has been great this year, posting the league's seventh best GAA (2.22) and eighth best save percentage (.923) while earning a solid 23-10-9 record.

1/31/2015

Carey Price, G, MON Back-To-Back Shutouts For Habs' Price

Carey Price

Back-To-Back Shutouts For Habs' Price

News: Carey Price was sensational Saturday, stopping all 36 shots in a 1-0 win over the Capitals.
Analysis: The goose egg was the second in a row for Carey Price, who also prevailed 1-0 last game against the Rangers. Since giving up four goals in a tough loss to the Lightning on Jan. 6, the 27-year-old has cranked things up, allowing only seven total goals over the last six games -- a stretch that has bolstered his save percentage to .933 and GAA to 2.03 in 39 appearances this year.

1/31/2015

Max Pacioretty, LW, MON

Max Pacioretty

Another Game Winner For Habs' Pacioretty

News: Max Pacioretty sniped his 23rd goal of the season -- his second game-winning tally in as many games -- in Saturday's 1-0 win over the visiting Capitals.
Analysis: Max Pacioretty and goaltender Carey Price have been quite the duo over the last two games against Washington and the New York Rangers, with Patches providing 100 percent of Montreal's offense and Price recording back-to-back 1-0 shutouts. Through 48 games this year, the American sharpshooter now has 40 points, an exceptional plus-24 rating, 22 PIM and 178 shots on goal.

1/31/2015

Michael Hutchinson, G, WPG

Michael Hutchinson

Jets' Hutchinson Allows Five In Loss

News: Michael Hutchinson was torched for five goals on 32 shots in Saturday's loss to the Stars.
Analysis: Michael Hutchinson has struggled these past two games, allowing nine goals against. While he may be in a bit of a funk, it's worth noting four of the goals scored by Dallas Saturday came on the power play. Hutchinson's .927 save percentage and 2.15 are among the league's best, but with his recent lackluster play, the Jets are likely to rotate back to Ondrej Pavelec in the team's next outing.

1/31/2015

Kari Lehtonen, G, DAL

Kari Lehtonen

Stars' Lehtonen Outstanding In Win

News: Kari Lehtonen was outstanding Saturday, stopping 36 of 38 shots in a win over Winnipeg.
Analysis: That's two straight wins for Kari Lehtonen, as his up-and-down season continues. While his rate stats are lacking, he's been steady of late, boosting his record to 21-11-7 on the year. Considering he's played 42 games this season, Lehtonen is a strong fantasy option if you're looking for wins.

1/31/2015

Cam Ward, G, CAR

Cam Ward

Hurricanes' Ward Burned For Four Goals In Loss

News: Cam Ward gave up four goals on 37 shots in Saturday's loss to the Rangers.
Analysis: It was the fourth straight loss for Cam Ward, who drops to 11-18-4 on the season. While Khudobin had one bad outing Friday, Ward's lackluster play Saturday could mean that team goes back to Khudobin for the time being. Ward's .913 is decent, but the Hurricanes don't win much, so Ward is hard to count on in fantasy.