News:Tanner Glass will make his first playoff appearance since Round 1 on Sunday night against the Senators.
Analysis:Tanner Glass has eight hits in four playoff contests and brings a penalty-killing element Joe Vitale does not offer.
News:Tanner Glass, who had played 40 games this year without collecting a single point, picked up a power-play tally late in Thursday's game against the Islanders.
Analysis: It was the first power-play point of his career and a really nice moment for the gritty winger, whose teammates gave him a heartfelt welcome to the 2013 goal-scoring club. Tanner Glass is a heart-and-soul guy for the Pens; obviously, his offensive skills are pretty minimal.
News:Tanner Glass will be a game-time decision for the Pens on Sunday.
Analysis: He appeared to injure a shoulder Friday sliding into the boards. Tanner Glass has 12 hits, three blocked shots and a minus-2 rating in four games for Pittsburgh. Dustin Jeffrey will go in his place, if necessary.
News:Tanner Glass (shoulder) played Sunday, collecting three hits and two blocked shots in just over 14 minutes of play (14:24).
Analysis: Coach Dan Bylsma has taken a liking to the hitting machine. For that reason, Tanner Glass figures to be a source of hits going forward.
News:Tanner Glass picked up Pittsburgh's first fighting major of the year Sunday, squaring off against ex-Penguin Arron Asham.
Analysis: The two participated in an extended skirmish. Tanner Glass skated just over nine minutes (9:02) but collected four hits. He's fit nicely into the team's fourth line.
News:Tanner Glass has signed with HC Banska Bystrica of the Extraliga in Slovakia, Dave Molinari of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Analysis: The third-liner, who signed with Pittsburgh as a free agent in the summer, will suit up in the Extraliga before he dons a Penguins sweater.
News:Tanner Glass has signed a two-year deal with Pittsburgh, reports TSN.ca.
Analysis: The hit machine brings his act to Pennsylvania where he'll be a third-line torpedo. His fantasy value lies in leagues that value hits -- his 246 last season were the best of his career.
News:Tanner Glass broke a bone in his right foot Friday and is done for the season, the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Analysis:Tanner Glass finishes up with a modest total of 16 points in 78 games, but he did make a mark on the Jets' checking line by recording a team-high 246 hits.
Jets' Glass Provides One Of Four Goals In Win Over Lightning
News:Tanner Glass lit the lamp for the fifth time this season Thursday night, helping the Jets take control of first place in the Southeast division with a win over Tampa Bay.
Analysis: Though Tanner Glass is an important anchor for Winnipeg's third line, his points are too few and far between to crack your fantasy lineup. Very rarely will a Jet forward not among the club's top two units warrant roto consideration.
News:Tanner Glass will play Thursday against the Sharks despite an eye injury sustained Tuesday against the Bruins, TSN.ca reports.
Analysis:Tanner Glass may be a little uncomfortable, as he'll have to wear a tinted half shield to help with the bright lights and provide extra protection for the next seven days, but he'll stay in the lineup without missing any action with what could have been a serious injury.
Winnipeg's Glass (Face) A Game-Time Decision For Thursday
News:Tanner Glass, who suffered a cut to the face during Tuesday night's game in Boston, is considered a game-time decision for Thursday's action against San Jose, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Analysis: Though Tanner Glass is optimistic he will be able to play against the Sharks, the forward in his fifth year does not accumulate enough stats to warrant fantasy consideration.
News:Tanner Glass suffered a facial injury in the first period of Tuesday's game and did not return, the Winnipeg Free Press reports.
Analysis:Tanner Glass suffered a cut when he was struck in the face by a high stick. The Jets have not updated Glass' status, so consider him day-to-day for now.
News:Tanner Glass snapped an 18 game scoring drought Thursday against Montreal, netting one of Winnipeg's four goals in a shutout win.
Analysis:Tanner Glass plays a valuable role for the Jets, just not one that translates well to fantasy. He will likely finish the season under 15 goals, and it makes sense that one came against a Canadiens team currently facing serious organizational challenges.
News:Tanner Glass scored a goal and assisted on two more in Thursday's wild 9-8 win over Philadelphia.
Analysis: He's got six points in nine games now -- quite a bump in production for a guy whose career high in points is 11.
News:Tanner Glass scored what became the game-winning goal in Monday's wn over Pittsburgh.
Analysis:Tanner Glass has two points in four games, but he's a defensive player that could probably only challenge 20 points. He presents more value to the Jets than your roster.
News: The Jets signed Glass to a one-year contract amounting to $750,000 on Friday, CBC.ca reports.
Analysis: Last month, the Vancouver Province reported that Glass was hoping to return to Vancouver, but he will now jump two Canadian provinces to join Winnipeg in Manitoba. Glass is a grinder who should give the former Thrashers some help on their lower lines, while giving fantasy owners help with penalty minutes.
News: Glass is expected to hit the open market Friday, the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis: The Canucks have been busy trying to sign some of their pending free agents, but Glass doesn't appear to be in the team's immediate plans. There's still a good chance the depth forward could return to Vancouver, but all indications are he'll be able to test the market first.
News: Glass, who becomes an unrestricted free agent this summer, hopes to return to the Canucks, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: Glass was a big part of the Canucks' fourth line this season, playing in 73 regular games and 20 postseason contests. The Canucks will have to be creative with their spending this summer, but Glass should have a chance to return if he's cheap enough.
Canucks' Glass (Abdomen) Out Thursday But Close To A Return
News: Glass (abdominal tear) has been ruled out of Thursday's tilt against the Kings, but he's "very close" to returning to the lineup, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: Glass is likely to return Saturday against the Oilers. The fourth-line winger has missed eight consecutive games with a small abdominal tear.
News: Glass (ribs) sat out Monday's practice, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: Glass is still officially listed as day-to-day, but his absence from practice makes him doubtful for Tuesday's game against the Predators.
News: Glass (upper body) missed Sunday's win over Columbus.
Analysis: Glass has now missed seven games with an upper body injury. He skated before practice Saturday, so a return should be on the horizon. Consider him day-to-day
News: Glass (upper body) took part in off-ice workouts Friday, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: Glass has missed six consecutive games with what is believed to be a rib injury. He remains day-to-day.
News: Glass (upper body) did not participate in Vancouver's morning skate Friday, Sportsnet's Dan Murphy reports.
Analysis: Nothing official has been stated at this point, but it looks likely that Glass won't play against the Thrashers on Friday.
News: Glass (upper body) did not practice Thursday, Canucks.NHL.com reports.
Analysis: Glass' injury is likely still the abdomen issue. He hasn't been assigned an official injury status for Friday, but he might be closer to doubtful than questionable.
News: Glass (abdomen) is now listed as questionable for Wednesday's tilt against the Red Wings, the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis: Glass was listed as probable earlier this week, but his injury has continued to linger. We're likely looking at a game-time decision here.
News: Glass (ribs) is expected to play Wednesday against Detroit, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: Glass has been sidelined since March 10. The Canucks reassigned Victor Oresskovich on Saturday to clear room on the fourth line for Glass, so a return is clearly on the horizon.
News: Glass (upper body) has a "good chance" to play against Detroit on Wednesday, Canucks.NHL.com reports.
Analysis: He should probably be considered questionable given the time between then and now, but it looks like Glass is generally expected to be ready by Wednesday.
News: Glass (upper body) remains day-to-day, the Canucks' official site reports.
Analysis: Of course with just 10 points and 65 PIMs in 69 games, Glass' availability affects the Canucks' depth up front more than it does fantasy owners.
News: Glass (upper body) is doubtful for Monday's game against the Wild, the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis: Glass suffered an upper-body injury during practice on March 9. He was able to play through the injury for one game, but was forced to miss Saturday's win over the Flames. The gritty fourth liner will likely test out his injury before the puck drops Monday night, but he could probably use a few days off.
News: Glass will not play Saturday against Calgary due to an upper-body injury, The Province's Jason Botchford reports.
Analysis: The injury has reportedly been bothering Glass for some time, so he'll take at least one game off to rest it. Jeff Tambellini will take his place.
News: Glass missed Sunday's practice with a case of strep throat, the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis: Glass averages just under nine minutes per game while skating on the Canucks' fourth line. Aaron Volpatti will fill in during Monday's tilt against the Senators if Glass is unable to suit up.
News: Glass (illness) was able to log over eight minutes of ice time in Saturday's season-opening loss to the Kings.
Analysis: Glass was dealing with a strep throat all week, but he was able to suit up and take his expected role on the fourth line. He's near the end of the Canucks' rotation, so don't expect much production from the defensive-minded forward.
News: Glass (illness) hopes to play in Saturday's season opener, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: The fourth-line winger has been dealing with strep throat for the past few days. He thinks he'll be able to lace up the skates Saturday, but the Canucks will probably wait to make a concrete decision on game day.
News: Glass missed practice Monday and Tuesday due to strep throat, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: The Canucks aren't sure if Glass will be over the infection in time to play Saturday, so don't be surprised if the team finds a temporary replacement for the fourth-line winger.
News: Glass sat out Monday's practice with an undisclosed illness, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: It's very unlikely this will be a long-term issue, so look for Glass to be available for Saturday's season opener.
News: As expected, Glass made the Canucks' final roster, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: Glass is a defensive-minded forward who will spend most of his time on the fourth line, which will limit his point production and fantasy potential.
News: Glass is expected to make the Canucks' opening night roster, the Vancouer Sun reports.
Analysis: Glass has impressed Canucks coach Alain Vigneault with his play this preseason. "For me, I look at a guy like Tanner Glass," Vigneault said. "Every game he has played he has played his role, up and down, physical, stands up for himself, stands up for his teammates." The 26-year-old winger is known for his defensive play and will spend most of his time on the fourth line. While Glass will provide the Canucks with much-needed grit, his low scoring totals won't be enough to help in most formats.
News:The Sports Xchange reports Canucks LW Darcy Hordichuk appears to have worked himself out of the coach's doghouse at least a little. Hordichuk, who played well during Rick Rypien's recent three-game absence only to be a healthy scratch when Rypien returned, was put back into the lineup in pace of Tanner Glass on Wednesday against the Blues. Glass had four early goals this season on the fourth line but hasn't scored in 27 games.
Analysis: It doesn't help Glass' cause that he has been below even in four of his last six games and has been taking a lot of penalties since late December. Look, he is not expected to produce much offense. But Vancouver would like for him to pick up the pace when he does play. Glass has minimal Fantasy appeal.
News: Canucks C Tanner Glass scored a goal and finished at plus-1 during Sunday's game against the Oilers. Glass scored with 16.7 seconds left in the first period as the Canucks jumped quickly on an injury-ravaged team that played the night before. Glass scored for the second straight game, just the fifth goal of his 65-game NHL career.
Analysis: Glass, a long shot to make the team before an impressive training camp and the team's early season injury woes up front, has been a pleasant surprise since being moved from the fourth to third line. Still, we don't expect Glass to be a breakout Fantasy performer. Despite the nice run, he still has minimal Fantasy appeal.
News: Canucks C Tanner Glass scored a goal, tallied an assist and finished at plus-2 during Saturday's game against the Avalanche. Glass capped the 8-2 rout when he put a wrist shot past Peter Budaj with 15 seconds remaining. It was his second goal and first in six games.
Analysis: Glass earned a roster spot with Vancouver after a strong training camp. He has been a strong checking-line presence for Vancouver, but his offense has been spotty. He pretty much remains a flier in leagues that reward heavily for PIM.
News:The Sports Xchange reports RW Tanner Glass started the season watching the Canucks' 5-3 loss in Calgary from the press box on Thursday, but he was still on the team, something few expected when training camp started. Well, few except Glass himself. "I guess I came in under the radar a bit," said the gritty 25-year-old winger. "I don't think they had many expectations for me, except maybe as a solid minor-leaguer. But I know my ability and I think I can play in the NHL."
Analysis: Glass signed as a free agent after playing 44 NHL games -- most of them two years ago -- for Florida. He spent most of last season trying to play through a serious shoulder injury suffered in the AHL. After being cut loose by the Panthers, he was signed by the Canucks on the second day of free agency. Vancouver had been following him and had a high opinion of the Panthers' 265th pick in 2003. Now he's showing why. "Without a doubt he's been one of the guys who's stood out the most throughout the whole camp," coach Alain Vigneault said of Glass, who has also shown a very accurate wrist shot. "He plays with a lot of energy, he's physical and he's found a way to contribute offensively." Unfortunately, Glass isn't logging regular minutes and not worth holding onto in Fantasy.
News: The Vancouver Canucks have signed forwards Tanner Glass and Guillaume Desbiens and defenseman Michael Funk. Terms of the deals announced Wednesday were not disclosed.
Analysis: Glass, 25, had four goals, nine assists and 100 penalty minutes in 44 games with Rochester of the AHL last season. He also had seven penalty minutes in three games with the Florida Panthers. Glass is more of a checking-line forward and organizational depth at this point in his career. He has little to no Fantasy value.
News: The Panthers have recalled C Tanner Glass and RW Michal Repik from Rochester of the AHL.
Analysis: Neither of these are particularly top prospects, so ignore them in both keeper and seasonal leagues.
News: The Florida Panthers reassigned LW Tanner Glass to the Rochester Americans (AHL) on Friday. The 24-year-old Glass has one goal and one assist in 37 games with the Panthers this season.
Analysis: Glass scored his first NHL goal in the 5-3 win over the Ottawa Senators on Jan. 22. Glass has played in 25 games with Rochester this year scoring two goals with two assists and 47 penalty minutes. He has no Fantasy value at this time.
News: Panthers forwards Anthony Stewart and Tanner Glass were both called up today, according to the Miami Herald.
Analysis: Stewart and Glass go back and forth between Sunrise and the minors on a frequent basis, and until they are firmly entrenched on the Panthers roster, they are not worth owning in Fantasy leagues.
News: The Florida Panthers made two roster moves on the first day of the All-Star break, returning center Shawn Matthias to his OHL junior team and reassigning left wing Tanner Glass to AHL Rochester on Friday.
Analysis: Glass played seven games in his third big-league stint this season and scored his first goal Tuesday. The 23-year-old is nothing more than roster filler at this point in his career and can be ignored in Fantasy leagues.
News: Panthers rookie C Tanner Glass scored his first career NHL goal off one of Nathan Horton's career-high four assists Tuesday night in a 5-3 win over the Senators. Glass has played in 22 games this season with the Panthers.
Analysis: Glass, 23, is nothing more than roster filler at this point in his career and can be ignored in Fantasy leagues.
News:The Sports Xchange reports Panthers C Tanner Glass was sent back to Rochester (AHL) Friday. Glass had been replaced in the lineup on Thursday by Anthony Stewart.
Analysis: Glass, 23, played in 16 games with the Panthers this season after making his NHL debut on Nov. 12. He failed to record a point and managed 17 penalty minutes. He is nothing more than roster filler at this point in his career and can be ignored in Fantasy leagues.
News: The Panthers recalled RW Tanner Glass from AHL Rochester on Friday to replace Garth Murray, who sustained a shoulder injury in a fight Wednesday. Murray went for a MRI on his shoulder, but there has been no announcement on how much time he will miss, according to the Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Analysis: Glass played in four games earlier this season for the Panthers before being sent back to Rochester. He will likely bounce back and forth all season and is not a recommeded Fantasy option at this time.
News: After RW Richard Zednik missed the morning skate with an illness, the Panthers made a surprise move in the afternoon, recalling C Tanner Glass Monday.
Analysis: Glass, 23, made his NHL debut Monday against the Hurricanes Monday. Glass didn't see much action. He got 1:09 of ice time. He's not really someone worth tracking in even the largest Fantasy leagues at this point.