News:Jason Demers (foot) will not play in Tuesday's Game 4 against the Kings, CSN's Kevin Kurz reports.
Analysis: The Sharks were hoping that Jason Demers would be able to play in their second-round series, but he will remain sidelined for the time being.
News:Jason Demers (foot) practiced Saturday, CSN Bay Area's Kevin Kurz reports.
Analysis:Jason Demers missed the entire first round of the playoffs but is hoping to return for Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals. The Sharks seem to be getting along just fine without him, though his return could provide a small boost to the back line.
News:Jason Demers (foot), who hasn't played since April 18, hopes to be ready for the second round of the playoffs, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
Analysis:Jason Demers would add depth to the Sharks' blue line, but it's not a lock that he'll be called upon right away when he is ready to go, given that the team is coming off a four-game sweep of the Canucks.
News:Jason Demers (foot) has been ruled out for Sunday's Game 3, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: The Sharks came to the decision after Jason Demers failed to skate during Saturday's practice. With only three points over 22 games this season, Demers is not an especially attractive fantasy option.
News:Jason Demers (foot) will not be in the line-up for Game 2 against Vancouver, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
Analysis:Jason Demers is missed by the Sharks, but with only three points on the season, this shouldn't effect many fantasy owners.
News:Jason Demers (foot) will not play in Game 1 against the Canucks on Wednesday, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
Analysis:Jason Demers hasn't played since April 18 against the Wild, and only recorded one goal and two assists in 22 games this season for the Sharks.
News:Jason Demers (foot) will not play Saturday, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: No surprise here, as Jason Demers is reportedly still using a walking boot. The Sharks are probably just hoping to have him back at some point during the first round of the playoffs.
News:Jason Demers (foot) missed Friday's practice, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
Analysis:Jason Demers has missed the Sharks' last three games due to a left foot injury. His status for Saturday's game against the Kings is unknown, but it would not be surprising if he sat out the regular season finale in an attempt to be ready for the playoffs.
News:Jason Demers (foot) has been ruled out for the Sharks' next two games, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
Analysis:Jason Demers left Tuesday's practice in a walking boot on his left foot. With just three games left, it might make the most sense for the Sharks to just shut down Demers for the remainder of the regular season.
News:Jason Demers (undisclosed) did not skate Monday, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
Analysis:Jason Demers' status for Tuesday's game against the Stars is still unknown, but even if he plays, he can't be counted on for much offensive production for fantasy owners.
News:Jason Demers (undisclosed) won't play Sunday against the Blue Jackets, CSN's Kevin Kurz reports.
Analysis: With just three points and 10 PIMs in 22 games to date, the status of Jason Demers is of more import to the Sharks' blue line depth than it is to fantasy owners.
News: Head coach Todd McLellan does not expect Jason Demers (undisclosed) to play against the Blue Jackets on Sunday, CSN Chicago's Kevin Kurz reports.
Analysis: No word yet on what the injury is, but regardless, Jason Demers is likely to sit out Sunday's contest after leaving Thursday's game early. Consider him day-to-day for now.
News:Jason Demers did not practice Saturday and may be dealing with an injury, CSN Chicago's Kevin Kurz reports.
Analysis:Jason Demers also did not play much during the third period Thursday, so he could be in danger of missing Sunday's game against the Blue Jackets. Fantasy owners will likely want to circle back before making any decisions.
News: Despite returning to practice, Jason Demers will not be in the Sharks' lineup Friday, The Mercury News has confirmed.
Analysis: This should not affect your lineup, as Jason Demers has just a measly point, a goal, in 15 games this season.
News:Jason Demers returned to practice Thursday and confirmed that he missed the past three games because of a check to the head he took against the Red Wings on March 28, CSN Bay Area reports.
Analysis:Jason Demers is not expected to play Friday, but he could return to the lineup Sunday or Tuesday. It is unclear if he suffered a concussion, but if so, it sounds like a relatively minor one.
News:Jason Demers (undisclosed) will not play Monday against the Canucks, CSN Bay Area reports.
Analysis: Monday will be the blueliner's second straight game sitting out with an injury. The team has not specified what's bothering Jason Demers, so consider him day-to-day for now.
News:Jason Demers scored his first goal of the season in the first period of Monday's game against Anaheim.
Analysis: After going without a point in his first nine games of the season, it's encouraging to see Demmers finally score a goal. Still, he needs to put up some more points to become fantasy relevant, and his plus-minus for the season is a poor minus-5.
News:Jason Demers (wrist) will be active for Thursday's game against the Oilers, David Pollak of the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis:Jason Demers hasn't been able to get on the ice since the lockout ended, but he's expected to be out there Thursday night. Last year he tallied four goals and nine assists in 57 games, while posting a disappointing plus/minus of -8.
News:Jason Demers' injured wrist has been getting better, but it remains unclear when he might return to action, CSN Bay Area reports.
Analysis:Jason Demers' timetable has been very wishy-washy thus far, so it's difficult to speculate when he might return in spite of any progress he's been making. The Sharks have been one of the more potent offensive teams in the league, and the defense has held up relatively well in front of goaltender Antti Niemi thus far, so don't expect the team to rush Demers back.
News:Jason Demers (wrist) remains without a firm timetable for a return, but has been steadily improving in practice, CSN Bay Area reports.
Analysis:Jason Demers was seen taking wrist shots, but doesn't have enough force yet to attempt slapshots. The blueliner originally sustained the wrist injury on Dec. 31 and was slated to miss three weeks, but it looks like Demers could still use an additional week before returning to action. Nick Petrecki figures to get sent down to the minors once Demers returns to full health.
News:Jason Demers (wrist) will skate on his own Monday, Comcast SportsNet Bay Area's Kevin Kurz reports.
Analysis:Jason Demers said it's still too early to tell if he'll be able to play January 20, but we could get a clearer outlook depending upon how well Monday's session goes. We should have a better idea about his availability in the coming days.
News:Jason Demers will be out for at least three weeks after injuring his wrist during the Spengler Cup, EliteProspects.com reports.
Analysis: If an agreement to end the lockout were to be reached in the coming days, it seems unlikely Jason Demers would be available for the Sharks. Demers was a bit contributor for fantasy purposes last season, accumulating 13 points over 57 games.
News:Jason Demers has signed on with Oulu Karpat of the SM-Liiga in Finland during the NHL lockout, the thefourthperiod.com reports.
Analysis:Jason Demers recorded 13 points with the Sharks last season, compiling a minus-8 in just under 17 minutes of ice time per game.
News:Jason Demers, who has been out with an unspecified lower body injury since January 24, is expected to make his return Sunday against the Red Wings, according to CSNBayArea.com.
Analysis: His return is likely to make the Sharks happier than it will fantasy owners, but Jason Demers can still provide decent blue line depth for your team. He has 11 points in 39 games, which is good for fourth amongst Sharks' defensemen.
News:Jason Demers sat out Tuesday's win over Columbus with a lower-body injury, the Associated Press reports.
Analysis:Jason Demers has had a pretty disappointing season, with just 11 points in 35 games to go along with a surprising minus-7 rating on a winning team.
News:Jason Demers scored off a deflection to give the Sharks a 1-0 home win over the Blackhawks on Wednesday.
Analysis: It's his first tally of the campaign, and we sense that this goal isn't likely to be followed by lots of little brothers and sisters. Jason Demers is on the roster for his defense, not his scoring prowess.
News:Jason Demers was scratched from Tuesday night's game against the Predators, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: A minus-4 rating -- the worst plus/minus rating among Sharks skaters -- has resulted in Jason Demers watching the past two games from the press box. The Sharks have won both games that he's taken a seat, making him hard to trust in the fantasy realm.
News:Jason Demers was helped off the ice after a hard (but clean) hit by Aaron Volpatti of the Canucks on Thursday, though he was able to return to the game, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: Given that he was able to return following the second-period incident, it sounds like Jason Demers has avoided serious injury. The Sharks will be counting on him, most likely as a third-pairing defenseman, in 2011-12.
Sharks' Demers Could Settle In As Third-Pairing Defenseman
News:Jason Demers is likely to be a third-pairing defenseman this season, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: The Sharks acquired defensemen Brent Burns, Jim Vandermeer and Colin White in the offseason, while parting ways with Niclas Wallin (Sweden) and Ian White (Detroit). As a result, coach Todd McLellan has some tinkering to do in regards to the pecking order of his defensive corps. Jason Demers, who produced 22 assists for Team Teal last season, is an emerging talent from the blue line and should be a nice sleeper candidate in his third year of NHL service time.
News: The injury that kept Demers out of all five games against Vancouver in the Western Conference final playoff round was a high-ankle sprain, the Sharks' official site reports.
Analysis: San Jose did not go into detail about Demers' injury while the team was in the playoffs, and repeatedly listed him as having an undisclosed injury. Apparently, the defenseman has an idea of how to deal with the ailment. "It's the type of sprain that can keep you out for a week or keep you out for a month," said Demers. "So I'm going to talk to the trainers and see what I have to do. But right now it's just rest and get it better as quick as possible."
News: Despite declaring himself ready to play, Demers (undisclosed) missed Tuesday's Game 5 against the Canucks due to his lingering injury, The Canadian Press reports.
Analysis: Demers now has plenty of time to heal, as the Sharks were eliminated from the playoffs Tuesday. He finishes with two goals and an assist in 13 postseason performances.
News: Demers (undisclosed) practiced Tuesday morning, and acknowledged that he is ready to play Game 5 later in the evening, NHL.com reports.
Analysis: Coach Todd McLellan will have the final say about the defenseman's playing status for Tuesday's critical do-or-die contest against the Canucks.
News: Demers (undisclosed) took part in Monday's optional skate and believes he will be on the ice for Tuesday's Game 5 against the Canucks, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: As encouraging as this sounds, there needs to be more than just Demers' own belief that he'll play before we consider this official. After all, Demers has yet to see action against Vancouver in the Western Conference finals, but the Sharks could use the young two-way defender as the team hopes to avoid elimination from the postseason Tuesday.
News: Demers (upper body) is doubtful for Friday's Game 3 against the Canucks, Comcast SportsNet Bay Area reports.
Analysis: Demers hasn't practiced the last three days and has yet to make an appearance in the Western Conference Finals. Assuming he can't go, Kent Huskins will once again replace him in the lineup.
News: Demers (undisclosed) is out for Wednesday's Game 2 conference final matchup against the Canucks, CSN's Brodie Brazil reports.
Analysis: With Demers still on the mend, look for Kent Huskins to fill in on the Sharks' blue line.
News: Demers (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision for Wednesday's Game 2 against Vancouver, sportsnet.ca reports.
Analysis: A recent report from the San Jose Mercury News indicated that Demers did not participate in the Wednesday morning skate. Obviously this does not bode well for his chances of suiting up later in the evening. Assuming he does not play, look for Kent Huskins to take his place on the blue line.
News: Demers (undisclosed) did not skate Wednesday morning, CSN's Brodie Brazil reports.
Analysis: The defenseman's official playing status remains unclear ahead of Wednesday night's contest against the Canucks, but his inability to take to the ice on game day is discouraging.
News: Demers (undisclosed) did not skate Tuesday, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: The Sharks have yet to announce whether or not Demers will be able to take to the ice for Game 2 on Wednesday.
News: Demers (undisclosed) hopes to play against the Canucks on Wednesday, but coach Todd McLellan said the defenseman is day-to-day ahead of the Game 2 conference final matchup, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: Demers, who missed Game 1, indicated that he is ready for Wednesday's contest despite dealing with "bumps and bruises." Of course, coach McLellan has the final say on the matter. We will circle back once we learn more about Demers' playing status for Team Teal's next game.
News: Demers is day-to-day with an undisclosed injury, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: There were conflicting reports saying Demers was a healthy scratch from Game 1 on Sunday, but the Sharks organization claims Demers is indeed injured. "[Demers was] bumped and bruised, just like everyone else," coach Todd McLellan said. Demers was replaced by veteran defenseman Kent Huskins, who made his playoff debut Sunday. McLellan has not made a decision on who will start Game 2. "(Huskins) went in and I thought played a pretty honest game, and we'll see what we do for Game 2," McLellan said.
News: Demers lit the lamp Monday against the Kings in San Jose's series clinching victory.
Analysis: Demers had two goals and an assist in this series. With eight teams getting the boot after this round, Demers could be a pretty good option along the blue line.
Sharks' Demers Faring Well In The Plus/Minus Column
News: Demers is sporting a plus-14 rating this season, second only to center Logan Couture (plus-19) among Sharks players.
Analysis: This is a sign that Demers is really starting to grasp the defensive position for Team Teal. Just 22 years old, Demers has 21 assists and a pair of goals this campaign, making him a nice choice for keeper leagues.
News: Demers used Tuesday's 2-1 SO win over the Avalanche to connect with Joe Thornton for his 18th assist of the season.
Analysis: Demers only needs two more points to better the 21 points that he set as a rookie in 51 games last season. He has plenty of upside as a blueliner handling the puck for the Sharks, so consider taking advantage of his services in deep fantasy leagues.
News: The Sharks recalled Demers from ECHL Stockton on Saturday, the San Jose Mercury News reports. He ended up contributing an assist in the Sharks' 4-0 win over the Avalanche on Saturday evening.
Analysis: Demers has struggled offensively through the month of February. In the last 10 games, he has just one goal and two assists, though his seasonal plus/minus rating holds strong at plus-10. Demers should be viewed as a low-end fantasy defenseman.
News: The Sharks reassigned Demers to ECHL Stockton on Friday, the team's official site reports.
Analysis: Demers has played in 53 of the Sharks' 59 games this season, recording two goals and 15 assists, so it's unclear why they decided to ship him all the way down to the ECHL. It may be as simple as the fact that Stockton is a lot closer to San Jose than AHL Worcester.
News: Demers has not recorded a point in the last six games.
Analysis: At this rate, Demers will be looking at a 23-point season. That combined with his plus-9 rating just might be enough for fantasy leaguers in deep leagues.
News: Demers scored his first goal of the season and tallied an assist in a 5-4 SO win over the Flyers on Wednesday.
Analysis: This was Demers' first two-point game all season. He had recently dealt with an injury to his upper body, so this is a great sign that he's back on track. Consider starting him in deep leagues.
News: Demers (upper body) has been activated from injured reserve ahead of Monday's contest against the Red Wings, the Sharks' official site reports.
Analysis: It appears safe to get Demers, an offensive-minded defenseman, back into your fantasy lineup at this time.
News: Demers (upper body) should play Monday against the Red Wings, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: Demers said he feels like he can play, plus the Sharks reportedly sent defenseman Mike Moore to the minors, another key sign that Demers should be able to go Monday. Adjust your fantasy lineups accordingly.
News: Demers (upper body), who missed Saturday's losing contest in Montreal, said he feels ready to play, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: Based on the report, it sounds as if Demers could have participated in Saturday's game, but apparently coach Todd McLellan is being cautious with the talented young defenseman. On that note, we would be shocked if he was held out Monday against the Red Wings.
News: Demers (upper body) practiced with the Sharks on Friday and could be good enough to play Saturday afternoon against Montreal, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: While it sounds like Demers is very close to returning to game ice, the conservative crowd will shy away from the marginal risk that he doesn't lace up his skates. At least in weekly league types, he's a much safer bet for the upcoming scoring period, once the weekend expires.
News: Demers (upper body) will not play in Tuesday's game against the Red Wings, CSN's Brodie Brazil reports.
Analysis: Demers skated Monday, but he is still not healthy enough to play. Demers will miss his fourth straight game, and it remains to be seen if he will be able to suit up for either of the Sharks' two remaining games this week.
News: Demers (upper body) skated at Monday's practice, but remains day-to-day ahead of a tilt against the Red Wings on Tuesday, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: The question is: will he play Tuesday? "Not sure," Demers said. "It's day by day right now." Depending on your risk tolerance, it might serve you well to sit Demers until you see that he is healthy and playing again. Another way to approach the situation is to consider this: even if he does suit up, there are unfavorable odds of Demers producing serious fantasy numbers. His five helpers count as his only points in 19 games this season.
News: Demers (upper body) is back practicing with the team, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: Demers reportedly is eligible to come off injured reserve. The Sharks play against the Red Wings on Tuesday night, so check back for an update on his status for that game. If you're in a weekly league, it may be best to keep the offensive-minded defenseman reserved for one more week.
News: Demers will not be in Wednesday's lineup against the Blackhawks due to what coach Todd McLellan is calling an upper-body injury, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: Demers was not able to practice Monday due to the apparent upper-body ailment. Fortunately for the Sharks, the team reportedly will get Douglas Murray back from injury, avoiding a potentially messy situation on the team's blue line. In weekly league formats, sit Demers before lineups lock in for the seven-day period; his status is cloudy at this point.
News: Demers, who many fantasy pundits have tabbed for a breakout year, added an assist in Thursday's 5-4 OT loss to the Stars.
Analysis: Demers is up to five assists on the season, accounting for his only points through 18 games. He certainly has upside, so a breakout campaign could still be on the horizon for Demers. However, it could come in the form of baby steps as he continues to learn the nuances of an important position.
News: Demers is off to a solid start to the season with one point in his first two games.
Analysis: Demers, who recorded 21 points in 51 games last year, looks to build on those numbers and looks like a No. 4 fantasy defenseman with upside this season on a Sharks squad with plenty of offensive potential.
Sharks' Demers Dealing With Minor Upper-Body Injury
News: Demers is dealing with an upper-body injury that kept him out of Wednesday's 6-2 win over the Canucks, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: According to the report, Demers sustained the injury after colliding with another Shark in practice. Because the injury is not serious, there is no need to downgrade the breakout candidate for fantasy purposes.
News: The San Jose Sharks have signed defenseman Jason Demers to a two-year contract. General manager Doug Wilson announced the deal Thursday. He says Demers' ability to play an up-tempo style makes him an important part of the team.
Analysis: Demers was voted the top rookie on the Sharks last season. He finished with four goals and 17 assists in 51 games. His 21 points were tied for fourth among NHL rookie defensemen. The 22-year-old Demers also had one goal and four assists in 15 playoff games. Demers was originally selected by the Sharks in the seventh round of the 2008 draft. He could help fill the void created by the retirement of Rob Blake, but Demers is nothing more than a late-round Fantasy sleeper.
News: The Sharks reassigned defensemen Jason Demers and Derek Joslin to Worcester of the AHL on Sunday.
Analysis: Demers has been recalled and demoted many times over the last few weeks as San Jose dealt with some injuries. He has two goals and five points in his last five games, but his demotion comes after San Jose added Niclas Wallin in a trade Sunday and Dan Boyle returned from injury on Saturday. It's probably best to keep Demers reserved for Week 19 (Feb. 8-14) because there is no telling when he will be recalled next.
News: Sharks D Jason Demers assisted twice Tuesday in a loss to the Red Wings. He now has four points in his last three games.
Analysis: Demers has back and forth between the AHL and NHL this season, but these last few games show just what he's capable of when up with the Sharks. He's likely to be sent down once Dan Boyle and/or Marc-Edouard Vlasic are healthy, so Demers remains just an elite long-term keeper option.
News: The Sharks assigned defensemen Jason Demers and Derek Joslin to Worcester of the AHL on Monday.
Analysis: The Sharks made the moves on Monday in anticipation of Dan Boyle and Marc-Edouard Vlasic possibly returning from injuries on Tuesday against the Red Wings. If not, Demers and Joslin might be recalled quickly. Demers scored twice on Saturday against the Wild. He has four goals and 18 points in 40 games as a rookie. However, he did most of his damage early in the season and has been bouncing between the two levels for quite some time. Demers is a risky Fantasy start until further notice.
News: San Jose D Jason Demers had a big game Saturday in a 5-2 win over the Wild. Demers scored two goals in the game. His first came in the first period on a power play and was his third of the season. Demers later added his fourth on an unassisted power play in the second period.
Analysis: Demers has three points in his last two games and 18 on the year. Demers was only recently recalled by the Sharks. Demers had his moments up with the Sharks earlier this season and is still owned in 22 percent of leagues, so he clearly has some value in deeper formats.
News: The Sharks have recalled C Logan Couture and D Jason Demers from the AHL.
Analysis: Couture is one of the Sharks' top prospects, but they definitely are taking a slow approach with his development. Consider Couture more of a long-term Fantasy keeper until he's up permanently with San Jose. Demers had his moments up with the Sharks earlier this season and is still owned in 21 percent of leagues, so he clearly has some value in deeper formats.
News: Sharks D Dan Boyle was scratched on Thursday against the Ducks because of an upper-body injury, reports the San Jose Mercury News. Boyle is also considered doubtful for Saturday against the Sabres. Boyle and coach Todd McLellan were vague about the details of the injury. Jason Demers was summoned from Worcester of the AHL and Benn Ferriero was sent down to the minors.
Analysis: Demers was a hot pickup earlier this season as he stormed out of the gate for San Jose in October. He then hit a rookie wall and has been since bouncing between the NHL and AHL. Demers could be just a short-term option again, so leave him alone in Fantasy until further notice.
News: The Sharks activated LW Jody Shelley (soreness, flu) from injured reserve Saturday and reassigned forward LW Frazer McLaren and D Jason Demers to the AHL.
Analysis: Shelley is just an enforcer for the Sharks and only has Fantasy value in deeper leagues that reward PIM heavily. McLaren can continue to be ignored in all formats, while Demers remains a solid young prospect who can be held on to in keeper leagues.
News:The Sports Xchange reports Jason Demers might be among the league rookie scoring leaders, but he wasn't doing everything right in the eyes of San Jose coaches. So the 21-year-old will spend some time in the minors. Demers was somewhat surprisingly assigned to Worcester of the AHL on Sunday to make room for the return of captain Rob Blake, who missed the last 11 games because of a shoulder injury. "We felt that Derek (Joslin) had won out over the last week to 10 days with his play," coach Todd McLellan said. "It won't hurt Jason to go there and work on some things."
Analysis: While McLellan wouldn't elaborate on the specifics of Demers' recent shortcomings, it's safe to speculate he needs to concentrate on the details on the defensive end. No one is complaining about his solid offensive contributions, which included a goal and 13 points during the first 27 games of his career, good for eighth among first-year scorers in the NHL. "The best thing he can do is go down and play real hard, play big minutes there, play the power play," Blake said. "And then he'll be back here. It's a learning curve. It takes time. These things happen, and you have to be able to deal with it." Demers could be back at some point this season, but he shouldn't be held onto in Fantasy if you need the roster spot.
News: The Sharks sent rookies D Jason Demers, who had 13 points his first 27 NHL games, and C Benn Ferriero to Worcester of the AHL Saturday to make room for Rob Blake and Devin Setoguchi, who returned from injuries on Sunday against the Canucks.
Analysis: It's not like Demers has been playing poorly for San Jose. He just got caught in a numbers game. He could be back at some point this season, but he shouldn't be held onto in Fantasy if you need the roster spot.
News: Sharks D Jason Demers assisted twice in Monday's win over the Rangers and now has four assists in his last two games.
Analysis: Demers is an up-and-coming 21-year-old who put up 33 points in his only AHL season of 2008-09. He's only sixth in ice time among Sharks defensemen, but does see time on the power play and should be watched closely in deeper leagues over the next couple of weeks.
News:The Sports Xchange reports RW Benn Ferriero and D Jason Demers made their NHL debuts Thursday night against Colorado, but both took quite different routes to appearing in their first career game. Demers, 20, starred in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League with Victoriaville, got drafted by the Sharks in 2008, spent last season in the minors with Worcester and won a job in camp. Ferriero, 22, never signed with Phoenix after the Coyotes drafted him in 2006. Instead, Ferriero played four seasons at Boston College, became a free agent this summer and signed just before training camp with the Sharks. He has never spent a day in the minor leagues and is stepping right into the NHL.
Analysis: Both players are occupying spots on the Sharks' lower lines and it will be interesting to see what kind of impact they make this season. Neither player is high up on the Fantasy radar just yet, so ignore them in Fantasy until further notice.