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2/27/2015

Raffi Torres, LW, SJ

Raffi Torres

Sharks' Torres Undergoes Second ACL Repair

News: Raffi Torres (knee) underwent a successful procedure on the torn ACL in his right knee Wednesday, David Pollak of the San Jose Mercury News reports. GM Doug Wilson said the Sharks expect to have Torres fully healthy for the start of training camp in September.
Analysis: It's the second ACL repair job in less than two years for Raffi Torres, who first had his knee operated on following a Sept. 20, 2013 exhibition game. After rehabbing the injury, he ended up suiting up for 12 games in the second half of last season, but was shut down after he began to feel pain due to an infection. The Sharks initially planned to have Torres undergo another surgery to remove the ACL prior to this season, but elected to wait until the infection had cleared up. Now that he's formally been ruled out for the remainder of the season, Torres will attempt to win a roster spot in 2015-16, when he will be on the final year of his three-year, $6 million deal with the Sharks.

2/27/2015

Ryan Murphy, D, CAR

Ryan Murphy

Hurricanes' Murphy Suffers Slight Setback

News: Ryan Murphy (leg) recently suffered a slight setback in his injury rehab, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer reports.
Analysis: As a result, Ryan Murphy is not ready to rejoin practice, with no timetable for his potential return outlined at this stage.

2/27/2015

Mark Giordano, D, CGY

Mark Giordano

Flames' Giordano Iffy For Friday

News: The Flames didn't update the status of Mark Giordano (undisclosed injury) Thursday, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 reports.
Analysis: Per the report, Mark Giordano is still being evaluated and the Flames will likely recall a blueliner in advance of Friday's game against the Islanders. Giordano's availability could come down to a game-time call from coach Bob Hartley.

2/27/2015

Eric Brewer, D, ANA

Eric Brewer

Brewer Returns To Lineup Wednesday For Ducks

News: Eric Brewer played 19:09 against Ottawa on Wednesday night in Anahem.
Analysis: Eric Brewer was a healthy scratch Monday against the Wings, but was substituted for fellow blue-liner Ben Lovejoy (healthy) in Wednesday's game. Brewer has been a healthy scratch a number of times this season, and won't be able to gain any semblance of fantasy value until he can consistently get into the lineup.

2/27/2015

Antti Niemi, G, SJ

Antti Niemi

Sharks' Niemi Projected To Start Thursday

News: Antti Niemi was the first goalie off the ice at the Sharks' morning skate and is expected to start Thursday against the Red Wings, David Pollak of the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis: Antti Niemi has held the opposition to exactly two goals three of his last four times out, but he still seems to be stuck among the middle-tier of goalies. His 24-15-7 record for the season is nice, but a 2.60 GAA and .913 save percentage don't provide much assistance in the ratio categories. He's still a viable option in deeper formats and even as a second goalie in shallower leagues, though he's no longer the automatic play that he was as recently as a couple of years ago.

2/27/2015

Karri Ramo, G, CGY

Karri Ramo

Flames Turn To Ramo On Friday

News: Karri Ramo is slated to start Friday's game against the Islanders, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 reports.
Analysis: The start will be the third straight for Karri Ramo, who has been sharp in his last two turns, allowing just one goal in each of those contests, most recently in a 3-1 triumph over New Jersey on Wednesday.

2/27/2015

Kyle Quincey, D, DET

Kyle Quincey

Red Wings' Quincey Skates, But Won't Play Thursday

News: Kyle Quincey (ankle) participated in the Red Wings' morning skate, but won't play Thursday against the Sharks, MLive.com's Ansar Khan reports.
Analysis: Kyle Quincey will sit out for a fourth straight game, but does at least look to be on his way toward a return. He received clearance to practice Wednesday, and with another positive day Friday, he might receive the go-ahead to play Saturday in Nashville.

2/27/2015

Henrik Zetterberg, LW, DET

Henrik Zetterberg

Red Wings' Zetterberg Not Expected Until Next Week

News: Henrik Zetterberg (upper body) isn't expected to return to the Red Wings lineup until next Wednesday's game against the Rangers.
Analysis: Henrik Zetterberg was able to skate a little bit on his own prior to Thursday's morning session, but it appears the team is preparing to be without him for the next two weeks. Though he hasn't been formally diagnosed with a concussion, Zetterberg said a couple days ago that he's exhibited symptoms similar to the head injury. The team believes that with a few more days of light activity, he'll be feeling fully healthy and ready to play. Continue to stash him on your bench until the Red Wings confirm he'll return to duty.

2/27/2015

Jimmy Howard, G, DET Wings' Howard To Start Thursday

Jimmy Howard

Wings' Howard To Start Thursday

News: Jimmy Howard will be between the pipes for Thursday's game against the Sharks, MLive.com's Ansar Khan reports.
Analysis: Backup Jonas Gustavsson received the start in goal for the Red Wings' previous game against the Kings, so it's not surprising that coach Mike Babcock will go back to Jimmy Howard for Thursday's match. Over 13 career outings against the Sharks, Howard has had limited success, going 3-6-4 with a 2.79 GAA and .910 save percentage.

2/27/2015

Andrew Hammond, G, OTT Sens Lean On Hammond For Back-To-Back

Andrew Hammond

Sens Lean On Hammond For Back-To-Back

News: Andrew Hammond will make the start in goal Thursday against the Kings.
Analysis: Andrew Hammond has been spectacular since succeeding the injured Robin Lehner (concussion) as the Sens' lead goaltender. He's won all three of his outings against possible playoff teams in the Canadiens, Panthers, and Ducks, allowing a total of three goals against the first two and shutting out the latter. He could be a bit fatigued from blanking the Ducks in Anaheim a night earlier, but with only the untested Chris Driedger behind him on the depth chart, the Senators will lean heavily on Hammond until Lehner or Craig Anderson (hand) is ready to return. Hammond's recent play has made him worth a speculative pickup in deeper formats, though those in daily leagues may not want to rely on him Thursday. The surging Kings have won eight games in a row behind the red-hot Jonathan Quick, who has yielded five combined goals over his last five turns.

2/27/2015

Kari Lehtonen, G, DAL

Kari Lehtonen

Stars' Lehtonen Probable For Friday

News: Kari Lehtonen, who did not play Tuesday due to an undisclosed medical issue, is probable for Friday's game against the Avalanche, NHL.com's Mark Stepneski reports.
Analysis: Kari Lehtonen gave way to Jhonas Enroth in Tuesday's loss to the Jets, but it appears as though he has a solid chance to return to the Stars' net Friday in the absence of any setbacks. He was able to practice Thursday without any complications.

2/27/2015

Kimmo Timonen, D, PHI

Kimmo Timonen

Flyers' Timonen Says He's 'Good To Go' Saturday

News: Kimmo Timonen (leg) said after Thursday's morning skate that he is "good to go" for Saturday's game against the Rangers, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Analysis: With Kimmo Timonen declaring himself ready, it will now be up to coach Craig Berube to decide whether or not to use him. Timonen has shown no issues with the blood clot in his leg since he resumed skating, so the expectation is that the Flyers will formally activate him from their non-roster injury list. In order to make room for Timonen's return, the Flyers are expected to send Carlo Colaiacovo to AHL Lehigh Valley.

2/27/2015

Ales Hemsky, RW, DAL

Ales Hemsky

Stars' Hemsky Probable For Friday

News: Ales Hemsky, who missed Wednesday's practice with an unspecified issue, is probable for Friday's game against the Avalanche, NHL.com's Mark Stepneski reports.
Analysis: Ales Hemsky -- who has notched 26 points in 55 games to date -- worked on a line with Jason Spezza and Erik Cole on Thursday and appears poised to remain in action for the Stars on Friday.

2/27/2015

Rob Scuderi, D, PIT

Rob Scuderi

Pens' Scuderi Dealing With Ailing Foot

News: Rob Scuderi missed Thursday's practice with a suspected foot injury, Josh Yohe of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Analysis: It sounds like Rob Scuderi might have taken a shot off his foot during Wednesday's win over the Capitals, but the defenseman indicated he's not dealing with a fracture or anything serious. The Penguins will see if Scuderi is able to get in a skate within the next couple of days before determining his status for Sunday's game against the Blue Jackets.

2/27/2015

Tyler Seguin, C, DAL

Tyler Seguin

Stars' Seguin

News: Tyler Seguin (knee) is aiming to return in the 4-to-6-week range of his 3-to-8-week timetable, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Analysis: Tyler Seguin, who sustained the MCL tear to his knee Feb. 13, has been able to resume working out off the ice, but has yet to receive clearance to skate. The Stars center hopes he'll be able to get on the ice within the next couple of days, but realistically, he's still at least two weeks away from a return.

8:18 PM

Mike Smith, G, ARI

Mike Smith

Smith, Coyotes Blow Lead In Loss

News: Mike Smith allowed four goals on 38 shots to take a loss Thursday against the Rangers.
Analysis: Staked to a 3-1 lead at the first intermission, Mike Smith let the Rangers tie it near the end of the second, and then allowed the winner to Lee Stempniak late in the third. Still, Smith made a boatload of highlight-reel-worthy saves in this one, and the final result can be attributed to him being hung out to dry countless times by a Coyotes defense that couldn't avoid turnover or prevent the Rangers from maintaining offensive-zone puck possession.

8:10 PM

Jonathan Bernier, G, TOR

Jonathan Bernier

Bernier Stands On Head, Blocks 47 In Leafs' Win

News: Jonathan Bernier made 47 saves in a 3-2 win over Philadelphia on Thursday night.
Analysis: He stood on his head in a game where the Leafs' defensive game disappeared. The Leafs only mustered 17 shots to the Flyers' 49, so neither the Leafs nor Jonathan Bernier are out of the woods just yet.

8:10 PM

Cam Talbot, G, NYR

Cam Talbot

Talbot Stops 37 As Rangers Come Back On Phoenix

News: Cam Talbot made 37 saves on 40 shots Thursday in a 4-3 comeback win over the Coyotes.
Analysis: The Rangers fell into a 3-1 hole by the end of the first period, but Cam Talbot tightened things up thereafter and benefited from a Blueshirts attack that spent a ton of time in the offensive zone. Talbot hasn't been outstanding, but he made several important saves in this game, and it's hard to argue with his results -- he's now 8-1-2 since Henrik Lundqvist went down with his neck injury.

7:59 PM

Morgan Rielly, D, TOR Rielly Emerging As Stud For Leafs

Morgan Rielly

Rielly Emerging As Stud For Leafs

News: Morgan Rielly picked up an assist in Thursday's win over the Flyers. He has eight points, including three goals, in his last 10 games.
Analysis: He has come out of his shell since Randy Carlyle left town and he's becoming the young stud that the Leafs hoped they had drafted. He's a building block, both on the ice and in keeper formats. And his single year value isn't too shabby, either.

7:47 PM

Dion Phaneuf, D, TOR

Dion Phaneuf

Leafs' Phaneuf Returns And Scores Winning Goal

News: Dion Phaneuf (hand) returned to action Thursday against the Flyers. He played 25:28, fired four shots, blocked four shots and scored the game-winning goal on the power play.
Analysis: His name continues to circulate in trade rumours, but it's unlikely he's going anywhere until the offseason. So get him back in your lineup. Now.

7:39 PM

Tyler Bozak, C, TOR

Tyler Bozak

Leafs' Bozak: Is He Warming Up?

News: Tyler Bozak scored a goal and added an assist in Tuesday's 3-2 win over Philadelphia. It was his first multi-point game since Jan. 9.
Analysis: He's been struggling mightily since early December, but is showing signs of coming out that funk. He has six points, including three goals, in his last nine games. He's not fantasy relevant again (other than in the biggest and deepest of leagues), at least not yet. But that day may be coming again soon.

7:27 PM

Phil Kessel, RW, TOR Leafs' Kessel: First Multi-Point Night Since Jan 9

Phil Kessel

Leafs' Kessel: First Multi-Point Night Since Jan 9

News: Phil Kessel scored a goal and added an assist in Thursday's win over the Flyers.
Analysis: It's Phil's first multi-point game since Jan. 9 -- yes, it's been that long. He typically goes on streaks, so pray he does now. This prolonged slump (nine points in 22 games) is making fantasy owners suffer miserably.

7:12 PM

Andrej Sekera, D, LA

Andrej Sekera

Kings' Sekera Out Thursday

News: Andrej Sekera (coach's decision) won't play Thursday against the Senators, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.
Analysis: Andrej Sekera was acquired by the Kings on Wednesday, but it appears his debut with the club won't come Thursday. While he will likely take a spot among the top-four defensemen with the Kings, his fantasy relevance among blueliners is about average thus far. A move from the Hurricanes to the Kings should provide more opportunities to notch assists, however, and it should help increase his rating over the remainder of the season. With the news, Sekera's debut will likely come Friday against the Ducks.

5:42 PM

Brandon Dubinsky, C, CLB Jackets' Dubinsky (Upper Body) Leaves Thursday

Brandon Dubinsky

Jackets' Dubinsky (Upper Body) Leaves Thursday

News: Brandon Dubinsky suffered an upper-body injury in Thursday's game against the Canadiens and will not return, Shawn Mitchell of The Columbus Dispatch reports.
Analysis: Brandon Dubinsky scored a goal just 2:43 into the contest, but will finish the start to a promising night with just 0:50 of ice time. The injury comes at an unfortunate time, as the center has five points in the last six games (including Thursday's contest). There's no indication on the severity of the injury, but the team should reveal some information on it at some point before Saturday's game against the Devils.

3:38 PM

Kevan Miller, D, BOS

Kevan Miller

Bruins Transfer Miller To LTIR

News: Kevan Miller (shoulder) was transferred to long-term injured reserve Thursday, the Boston Herald reports.
Analysis: Kevan Miller has been ruled out for the season after undergoing shoulder surgery, but by placing him on long-term injured reserve, the Bruins will be able to remove his salary from the team's cap. That extra financial flexibility should prove helpful prior to the Mar. 2 trade deadline, where the Bruins should be active.