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12:57 AM

Corey Crawford, G, CHI

Corey Crawford

Blackhawks' Crawford Back In For Game 3

News: Corey Crawford will be back in the crease for Tuesday's Game 3 against the Wild, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Analysis: After delivering victories for the Blackhawks in the first two games of the series, Corey Crawford will unsurprisingly remain in the crease as his team looks to extend its playoff winning streak against the Wild to nine games. Should he struggle as the series shifts to Minnesota, Crawford probably would still have to worry about getting replaced by Scott Darling as the Blackhawks' primary netminder, but for now, coach Joel Quenneville will ride Crawford while he's playing well.

5/4/2015

Ryan Pulock, D, NYI

Ryan Pulock

Isles' Pulock Could Make Team As A PP Specialist

News: Ryan Pulock's best chance to make the Islanders out of training camp could be as the point man on the power play, according to SNY.tv.
Analysis: The Islanders took a doughnut on the power play versus the Capitals in the playoffs and the PP also wasn't up to par during the final weeks of the regular season. One of Ryan Pulock's best attributes is his cannon of a shot from the point, something the Islanders could desperately use, especially if Lubomir Visnovsky decides to retire.

5/4/2015

Jay Beagle, C, WAS

Jay Beagle

Caps' Beagle Gets Game-Winner

News: Jay Beagle scored the lone goal in Monday's Game 3 win over the Rangers.
Analysis: The shot came from behind the net and deflected off the skate of a Ranger defender, but Jay Beagle's tally ended up being the deciding tally in another tightly contested game. The four points are already a career-high in a single postseason for Beagle, but it may not necessarily be production that's sustainable.

5/4/2015

Darnell Nurse, D, EDM

Darnell Nurse

Oilers' Nurse Called Up To AHL

News: Darnell Nurse has been summoned to play in the second round of the AHL playoffs for Oklahoma City, according to the Edmonton Journal.
Analysis: Darnell Nurse just finished playing against what will more than likely be his future teammate, Connor McDavid, in the junior hockey playoffs and now will play for the Barons. Nurse should be in training camp for the Oilers this September but should begin next season in Oklahoma City.

5/4/2015

Braden Holtby, G, WAS

Braden Holtby

Caps' Holtby Perfect In Game 3

News: Braden Holtby denied all 30 shots in Monday's Game 3 win over the Rangers.
Analysis: Braden Holtby has been stellar this postseason as he's posted a .948 save percentage in nine games and he's kept getting better as he's now at .958 in the second round. The offense in front of him was only able to muster one goal, so the shutout was crucial to preserve the win and grab the series lead. The Caps will likely need another big performance out of Holtby to take a commanding 3-1 series lead in Wednesday's Game 4.

5/4/2015

Henrik Lundqvist, G, NYR

Henrik Lundqvist

Rangers' Lundqvist Sharp In Loss

News: Henrik Lundqvist turned aside 21 of 22 shots but was on the losing end of Monday's Game 3 against the Capitals.
Analysis: Henrik Lundqvist had another strong outing, but his mates couldn't find the back of the net as they were dealt the loss despite the King's fifth one-goal game of the playoffs. The one goal that did find it's way in came off a deflection from behind the net, but the Rangers will lean on Lundqvist to be just as solid again if they want to tie up the series in Wednesday's Game 4.

5/4/2015

Kerby Rychel, LW, CLB

Kerby Rychel

Jackets' Rychel Cleared To Work Out

News: Kerby Rychel (concussion) has been cleared to resume working out, Aaron Portzline of the Columbus Dispatch reports.
Analysis: Kerby Rychel has been out since February with the head injury, but finally seems to be making progress in his recovery. If all goes well in his subsequent workout sessions, he should be good to go for the start of training camp in the fall, when he'll have a legitimate chance of cracking the Blue Jackets' roster.

5/4/2015

Karri Ramo, G, CGY

Karri Ramo

Flames' Ramo To Start Game 3

News: Karri Ramo will remain in goal for Tuesday's Game 3 against the Ducks, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Analysis: Karri Ramo replaced Jonas Hiller as the Flames' starter in Game 2, stopping 31 of 33 shots in the loss. Although the Flames find themselves down 2-0 in the series, Ramo's strong performance in defeat Sunday will allow him to pick up another turn in net. Coach Bob Hartley has shown an inclination to ride the hot goalie this season, and it doesn't look like he'll plan on changing those tendencies anytime soon.

5/4/2015

Tim Gleason, D, WAS

Tim Gleason

Caps' Gleason Will Play Monday

News: Coach Barry Trotz said Tim Gleason (undisclosed) will not be in danger of missing Monday's Game 3 against the Rangers, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.
Analysis: The Capitals recalled Nate Schmidt from AHL Hershey on Sunday as insurance in the event Tim Gleason was unavailable, but it appears the move was strictly precautionary. Look for Gleason to see around 15 minutes of ice time on the Capitals' third defensive pairing.

5/4/2015

David Desharnais, C, MON

David Desharnais

Habs' Desharnais Could Be Option For Game 3 Or 4

News: Coach Michel Therrien said David Desharnais (illness) could possibly play in one of the Habs' two upcoming games in Tampa Bay, ESPN.com's Pierre LeBrun reports.
Analysis: David Desharnais didn't travel with the team to Tampa Bay on Monday, but if he notices some more improvement with his condition, he'll likely join the Canadiens later on during their stay in Florida. He likely has a more realistic shot at playing in Thursday's Game 4 rather than Game 3 on Wednesday, which would give him an additional day to show the coaching staff that he's healthy.

5/4/2015

Kris Versteeg, RW, CHI

Kris Versteeg

Blackhawks' Versteeg To Travel To Minnesota

News: Kris Versteeg (lower body) will travel to Minnesota for Tuesday's Game 3, ESPN Chicago reports.
Analysis: He's expected to skate with the Blackhawks on Tuesday morning, after which the club will make a determination on his status for the game later that evening. The winger has been held out of the first two games of the series due to the injury, with Teuvo Teravainen filling in for him.

5/4/2015

Niklas Hjalmarsson, D, CHI

Niklas Hjalmarsson

Blackhawks' Hjalmarsson Gets Assist In Game 2

News: Niklas Hjalmarsson was credited with a secondary assist on Patrick Kane's third-period goal in Sunday's win over the Wild.
Analysis: After tallying a point in each of the Blackhawks' first two games of the postseason, Niklas Hjalmarsson was held off the score sheet for five consecutive games before getting the helper in Sunday's match. The 27-year-old provided only 19 points in 82 games during the regular season, so neither the Blackhawks nor fantasy owners should view as a viable source of offense.

5/4/2015

Marian Hossa, RW, CHI

Marian Hossa

Hawks' Hossa Picks Up Assist

News: Marian Hossa assisted on Jonathan Toews' shorthanded first-period goal in Sunday's Game 2 win over the Wild.
Analysis: Marian Hossa has failed to record a point during this postseason, but with seven assists and 28 shot attempts in eight games, he hasn't exactly been invisible. Assuming he benefits from a little more puck luck in the contests to come, his scoring should start to become a little more diversified.

5/4/2015

J.T. Brown, RW, TB

J.T. Brown

Bolts' Brown Gets Goal In Game 2

News: J.T. Brown tallied his first goal of the postseason in Sunday's Game 2 triumph over the Canadiens.
Analysis: Coach Jon Cooper seems more inclined to use J.T. Brown ahead of Jonathan Drouin on the team's fourth line, but that hasn't equated to much production for the speedy winger, as was the case during the regular season. Over his seven postseason games, Brown has one goal, no assists, and seven shot attempts.

5/4/2015

Eric Fehr, RW, WAS

Eric Fehr

Caps' Fehr Making Progress

News: Eric Fehr (shoulder) conducted an on-ice workout with strength coach Mark Nemish after the Caps' optional skate Monday morning, the Washington Post reports.
Analysis: It appears safe to rule Eric Fehr out for Monday's Game 3 against the Rangers, though coach Barry Trotz does indicate that he thinks the forward could play before the end of the Caps' current second-round playoff series.

5/4/2015

Brandon Prust, LW, MON

Brandon Prust

Canadiens' Prust Piles Up PIM

News: Brandon Prust was assessed 31 minutes in penalties in Sunday's 6-2 loss in Game 2 to the Lightning.
Analysis: Brandon Prust started his day in the sin bin with a first-period roughing penalty that got bumped up to four minutes with an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. Later, his run of Tampa Bay goalie Ben Bishop behind the net incited a melee and resulted in several more infractions charged to him. None of the penalties cost Montreal a goal, but Prust was the poster boy for the team's undisciplined play in the Game 2 loss.

5/4/2015

Jiri Hudler, RW, CGY

Jiri Hudler

Flames' Hudler Skates Sunday Morning

News: Jiri Hudler (undisclosed) was able to take part in morning skate Sunday, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The FAN reports.
Analysis: He was also able to skate Saturday, which indicates that Jiri Hudler will likely be available for the Flames Game 2 contest Sunday night. It's possible that the large deficit the Flames faced when Hudler was initially injured played a part in his not returning to that contest.

5/4/2015

Micheal Ferland, LW, CGY

Micheal Ferland

Flames' Ferland Will Go Sunday

News: Micheal Ferland (upper body) indicated that he will play Game 2 Sunday against the Ducks, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The FAN reports
Analysis: Micheal Ferland was forced out of the Ducks' Game 1 win with an upper body injury, and was not able to practice Saturday either. While he will go Sunday, the wing may still be hampered by this injury, putting his fantasy value into question a bit.

5/3/2015

Matt Beleskey, LW, ANA

Matt Beleskey

Ducks' Beleskey Scores GWG In Game 2

News: Matt Beleskey scored the game-winning goal in Game 2 against Calgary.
Analysis: It was an all-around productive night for Matt Beleskey, who also finished with four hits and five shots on goal. While he's no longer playing on the top line, the 26-year-old is skating on the second line with Ryan Kesler and has scored in back-to-back games. Considering he's seeing power play time and potted 22 goals in the regular season, it's fair to assume Beleskey might find twine a few more times this postseason. With seven shots on goal in Round 2 thus far, things appear to be trending upwards for Beleskey.

5/3/2015

Ryan Getzlaf, C, ANA Ducks' Getzlaf Tallies Two Helpers

Ryan Getzlaf

Ducks' Getzlaf Tallies Two Helpers

News: Ryan Getzlaf factored in on two of Anaheim's three goals in their shutout win over the Flames on Sunday.
Analysis: Lost amongst teammate Corey Perry laying waste to the Pacific Division is Ryan Getzlaf's impressive postseason. He now sits on 10 points -- tied for second in the league and trailing only linemate Perry. If the duo continue to be as effective as they have been thus far, there may be a very good chance this team can return to Stanley Cup glory once again.

5/3/2015

Corey Perry, RW, ANA Perry Paces Ducks To Victory

Corey Perry

Perry Paces Ducks To Victory

News: Corey Perry tallied two assists in Sunday's Game 2 win over Calgary.
Analysis: The Ducks have now won their first six playoff contests, due in no small part to Corey Perry's prolific scoring rate. He now has 13 points in six playoff games, and a commanding lead atop the NHL playoff scoring race.

5/3/2015

Hampus Lindholm, D, ANA Ducks' Lindholm Notches First Career Playoff Goal

Hampus Lindholm

Ducks' Lindholm Notches First Career Playoff Goal

News: Hampus Lindholm scored his first career playoff goal in Sunday's 3-0 Game 2 win over the Flames.
Analysis: Hampus Lindholm now has six points in the playoffs -- good enough to sit alongside Sami Vatanen for the team lead amongst defensemen. If the Ducks can continue to put together strong offensive efforts like they have in the first six games of the playoffs, expect Lindholm to continue to pick up points.

5/3/2015

Frederik Andersen, G, ANA

Frederik Andersen

Ducks' Andersen Pitches 30-Save Shutout In Game 2

News: Frederik Andersen stopped all 30 shots he's faced in Sunday's Game 2 win over the Flames.
Analysis: Frederik Andersen is having a fantastic start to the second round, stopping 53 of 54 shots through two games. While he's been rock-solid, Anaheim has erupted for nine goals in Round 2, relieving some of the pressure off the 25-year-old. With a whopping .930 save percentage in the playoffs, expect Andersen to continue his strong play as the Ducks look to eliminate the Flames and move on to the Western Conference Final.

5/3/2015

Alex Killorn, LW, TB

Alex Killorn

Bolts' Killorn Adds Two Helpers In Win

News: Alex Killorn chipped in with two power-play assists in Sunday's Game 2 win over the Canadiens.
Analysis: Alex Killorn ended the regular season cold as he failed to get on the scoresheet in the final five games, but he's been able to turn the page since the start of the playoffs as he's now registered six points in nine games this postseason. The most encouraging news, however, may be that linemate Steven Stamkos broke out for three points in the win, so Killorn should benefit from his captain waking up out of his slump.

5/3/2015

Tyler Johnson, C, TB Bolts' Johnson Keeps Rolling In Game 2

Tyler Johnson

Bolts' Johnson Keeps Rolling In Game 2

News: Tyler Johnson added two power-play helpers in Sunday's Game 2 win over the Canadiens.
Analysis: Tyler Johnson has been incredible in the playoffs as he's now up to 10 points in nine games, including four multi-point efforts. While he couldn't lead to his playoff-leading seven goals in Sunday's win, he was still able to turn in another productive night as he helped chip in on a power play unit that netted four goals. Keep him rolling as the series shifts back to Tampa on Wednesday.