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6:02 AM

Andrew Desjardins, C, SJ

Andrew Desjardins

Sharks' Desjardins Adds A Pair Of Assists

News: Andrew Desjardins and the Sharks' fourth line jumpstarted a seven-goal run on a pair of goals that were both assisted by Desjardins in a Game 2 win over LA.
Analysis: Andrew Desjardins came into the series with two goals and no assists through 18 career playoff games. His two helpers is a good start, though don't expect a breakout postseason. His role is to be a grinder and create energy for his team. Most nights that's going to come in the form of being a physical presence rather than creating offense.

5:58 AM

Patrick Marleau, LW, SJ Sharks' Marleau Scores In Back-To-Back Games

Patrick Marleau

Sharks' Marleau Scores In Back-To-Back Games

News: Patrick Marleau had a goal and an assist in a 7-2 win over LA in Game 2.
Analysis: Patrick Marleau has goals in back-to-back games and continues to be a clutch player for the Sharks.

5:45 AM

Jake Muzzin, D, LA

Jake Muzzin

Muzzin Nets Second Goal In Kings' Loss

News: Jake Muzzin picked up his second goal of the playoffs in a 7-2 loss to San Jose on Sunday.
Analysis: Jake Muzzin struggled offensively for much of the season but has been one of the few bright spots in the Kings' opening round series.

4:38 AM

Brendan Gallagher, RW, MON

Brendan Gallagher

Habs' Gallagher Nets Two Points

News: Brendan Gallagher had a goal and an assist in Sunday's 3-2 win over Tampa Bay in the third game of their opening-round playoff series. He finished at plus-2 in 12:40.
Analysis: Brendan Gallagher finished off a pretty play by defenseman P.K. Subban to give Montreal what proved to be the winning goal in the game. He has points in all three games in the series.

4:32 AM

P.K. Subban, D, MON

P.K. Subban

Habs' Subban Sets Up Game Winner

News: P.K. Subban had two assists, including one on Brendan Gallagher's game-winning goal, in Sunday's 3-2 win over the Lightning in the third game of their playoff series.
Analysis: P.K. Subban finished with a game-high 28:03 of ice time and was plus-2. His assist on the Gallagher goal was the prettiest play of the game, perhaps the series, and is a reminder of Subban's sometimes-sublime play for the Canadiens.

4:17 AM

Raffi Torres, LW, SJ Sharks' Torres Scores Again

Raffi Torres

Sharks' Torres Scores Again

News: Raffi Torres scored, kickstarting a seven-goal rally, in a Game 2 win over LA.
Analysis: Raffi Torres, who all told has played seven games this season, has been incredible, netting five goals and two assists in very limited time. It'd be tough to find someone who won't say that Torres should regress to the mean — after all his shooting percentage in this series is 100% — but analysts have been saying that he'll regress since his first game back from injury this season. He should regress, but on the other hand, he's hot right now.

4:12 AM

James Sheppard, C, SJ Sheppard Continues Surge For Sharks

James Sheppard

Sheppard Continues Surge For Sharks

News: James Sheppard had an assist, three shots, and a plus-2 rating in just 11:07 of playing time in a Game 2 win over Los Angeles.
Analysis: James Sheppard, who had been playing third line center throughout his late season surge, was moved back to wing mid-game when coach Todd McLellan returned Joe Pavelski to his previous third line center role. Sheppard is strongest on wing and he has the potential for a lot more production with the 40-goal scorer centering his line. He's playing well already and, if the move sticks, it could be an upgrade for Shep.

4:08 AM

Mike Brown, RW, SJ

Mike Brown

Sharks' Brown Nets First Career Playoff Goal

News: Mike Brown had a goal, a plus-2 rating, eight hits, and 12 penalty minutes in a Game 2 win over LA.
Analysis: Mike Brown's offensive production shouldn't be counted on, but in a series that has recorded 214 hits through the first two games, you can count on seeing the hits and probably the penalty minutes there with some consistency.

4:03 AM

Joe Thornton, C, SJ SJ's Thornton Has Goals In Back-To-Back Games

Joe Thornton

SJ's Thornton Has Goals In Back-To-Back Games

News: Joe Thornton had a goal and three shots in a Game 2 win over the Kings.
Analysis: Joe Thornton has goals in back-to-back games for the Sharks. This from the guy who scored only 11 in the regular season. He also has zero assists in the postseason and tallied 65 during the season. Also, he's averaging 3.5 shots per postseason game, up from 1.5 during the regular season. Everything has flipped around for Thornton, but owners shouldn't mind.

3:59 AM

Dan Boyle, D, SJ

Dan Boyle

Sharks' Boyle Grabs A Pair Of Assists In Game 2

News: Dan Boyle had two assists, a hit, and three blocked shots in a Game 2 win over LA.
Analysis: Dan Boyle finished the regular season creating offense like you expect him to, so it's good to see him putting points on the board after not registering any in the opening game.

3:56 AM

Logan Couture, C, SJ

Logan Couture

Couture Has Two Points In Sharks' Win

News: Logan Couture had a goal and an assist through 19:06 of ice time in a Game 2 win over the Kings.
Analysis: Logan Couture is putting up points exactly how you hoped he would this postseason. He has three points (1G, 2A) through the opening two games. The only thing lagging are his shots. The Sharks have taken 73 shots in the first two games and only three were from Couture. That's uncharacteristic for a player whose 233 regular season shots was good for 33rd in the NHL, despite missing 17 games this season. You should expect to see that change as the series moves to LA and the Sharks have to lean on their big guns a little more.

3:50 AM

Tomas Hertl, C, SJ

Tomas Hertl

SJ's Hertl Moves Back To Top Line

News: Tomas Hertl had one shot and one hit through 15 minutes of ice time in a Game 2 win over LA.
Analysis: Tomas Hertl didn't have much of an impact on the scoresheet in Game 2. In fact, he was of only five players on the team who didn't record a point in the 7-2 win. However, it's worth noting that coach Todd McLellan rejiggered the lines in the second period, placing Hertl on Joe Thornton's top line where he had thrived early in the season before his injury. With Joe Pavelski back on the third line, the Kings won't be able to focus on shutting down the top line and things may open up for Hertl.

3:46 AM

Tommy Wingels, C, SJ

Tommy Wingels

Sharks' Wingels Has Assist In Game 2 Win

News: Tommy Wingels had an assist, six hits, a blocked shot, two shots, and two takeaways in a Game 2 win over the Kings.
Analysis: Tommy Wingels breakout season runs through the stat sheet. It wasn't just goals and assists where he proved his value in fantasy. He's one of those rare wings who is going to score and rack up the hits. He can also pull in stats in niche categories like blocked shots and takeaways, upping his value in some formats.

3:43 AM

Marc-Edouard Vlasic, D, SJ

Marc-Edouard Vlasic

Sharks' Vlasic Racks Up Niche Stats

News: Marc-Edouard Vlasic managed to have a minus-1 rating in a 7-2 win in Game 2, but also pulled in three shots, five blocked shots, a hit and a takeaway.
Analysis: The opening two games of the postseason could serve as a microcosm of why Marc-Edouard Vlasic is so important to San Jose (and maybe your team). He has the ability to impact the game offensively, but he's a defensive defenseman who plays a complete defensive game. He's going to block shots, play safe, take the body, and generally pull in some positive numbers one way or another. Depending on your format, Vlasic can be a real value play.

3:38 AM

Justin Braun, D, SJ

Justin Braun

SJ's Braun Scores First Playoff Goal

News: Justin Braun netted his first career postseason goal, a game-winner, and posted a plus-3 rating in a Game 2 win over the Kings.
Analysis: Justin Braun is averaging just over 20 minutes per game and is a plus-5 through the opening two contests. He's played strong and is getting good ice time. Though, don't expect offensive production from him. He may get some, but that's not why he's out there for San Jose. Through 17 previous postseason games he had zero goals and one assist.

3:35 AM

Matt Nieto, LW, SJ

Matt Nieto

Two-Point Night For Sharks' Nieto

News: Matt Nieto bagged a pair of assists in a Game Two win over LA.
Analysis: The rookie winger has played strong in the opening games of round one, accumulating three assists and a plus-3 rating. After opening Game 2 to a two-goal deficit, coach Todd McLellan refocused the lineup on scoring depth, moving Joe Pavelski back to third line center. If the depth chart stays that way, Matt Nieto could be a beneficiary, as the top three lines would be full of offensive potential and tough for the Kings to manage.

3:28 AM

Antti Niemi, G, SJ

Antti Niemi

Niemi, Sharks Win Game 2 Over Kings

News: Antti Niemi stopped 24 of 26 to backstop the Sharks to a win over LA in Game 2.
Analysis: Antti Niemi let in two goals early, but turned into a wall as the Sharks rallied from a two-goal deficit to win 7-2. He's been solid so far, posting .912 and .923 save percentages in the first two matches. His next test will be to keep that going on the road.

12:55 AM

Matt Duchene, C, COL

Matt Duchene

Avs' Duchene To Start Skating Monday

News: Matt Duchene (knee) will join the Avalanche for the two-game road swing in Minnesota, Adrian Dater of the Denver Post reports.
Analysis: Matt Duchene will resume skating Monday, but it's still looking unlikely that he'll be available for Round 1. However, with the Avalanche already owning a commanding 2-0 lead, the series could end up going as few as four games, affording ample time for Duchene to rest up before Round 2 commences.

4/20/2014

Joe Pavelski, C, SJ

Joe Pavelski

Sharks' Pavelski Tallies Three Points

News: Joe Pavelski scored a goal and added two assists against the Kings in a Game 2 win on Sunday.
Analysis: Joe Pavelski has four points in these playoffs after a career best regular season that saw him score 41 goals and 79 points.

4/20/2014

Jonathan Quick, G, LA

Jonathan Quick

Kings' Quick Lets In Seven In Loss

News: Jonathan Quick gave up seven goals on 40 shots in a Game 2 loss to the Sharks on Sunday.
Analysis: Jonathan Quick, the former Conn Smythe winner, has now let in 12 goals in two losses. If Quick's play doesn't pick up, the Kings could be in for a short playoff stay.

4/20/2014

Rene Bourque, LW, MON

Rene Bourque

Canadiens' Bourque Scores Another Goal

News: Rene Bourque scored a goal on eight shots on net in Montreal's Game 3 win over the Lightning on Sunday.
Analysis: Rene Bourque only scored nine goals all season, but he now has three in his last two games, and has looked good. It probably won't last, but he has two 27-goal seasons to his name.

4/20/2014

Carey Price, G, MON

Carey Price

Canadiens' Price Stops 27 In Win

News: Carey Price made 27 saves on 29 shots in a Game 3 win over the Lightning on Sunday.
Analysis: Carey Price was mediocre in Game 1, but he's been strong in the two games following that, and most importantly the Habs are up three games to none. It is safe to say Price and Montreal are headed to the next round.

4/20/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB Bolts' Stamkos: Two Assists

Steven Stamkos

Bolts' Stamkos: Two Assists

News: Steven Stamkos, who had earlier taken a knee to the head, returned to the Sunday's game and finished with two assists. He also had a goal waved off.
Analysis: He has been doing his part offensively, but he is struggling to carry this limping squad. The Bolts are down 3-0 to the Habs this series.

4/20/2014

Ondrej Palat, LW, TB

Ondrej Palat

Bolts' Palat (Upper Body/Knee): Goal in Return

News: Ondrej Palat (upper body/knee) returned to action Sunday and scored a power-play goal in a 3-2 loss to Montreal. He also laid five hits.
Analysis: Ondrej Palat had an outstanding season and is showing real chemistry with Steven Stamkos. The Bolts may be headed for an early exit, but that doesn't mean you should forget about him. Mark his name down on that little list you keep on the side and be prepared to push him up a couple notches on next season's draft list.

4/20/2014

Anders Lindback, G, TB

Anders Lindback

Bolts' Lindback: 28 Saves In Loss

News: Anders Lindback made 28 saves in Sunday's 3-2 loss to Montreal in Game 3 of their opening-round series.
Analysis: He was better than he was last game ... after a crumby start, that is. He allowed a goal 11 seconds into the game. He's doing nothing to earn himself a contract renewal. Yikes.