Curtis McKenzie
Stars' Curtis McKenzie: Nets game winner Saturday
Curtis McKenzie, LW, DAL
2:15 AM
News: McKenzie scored the game-winning goal Saturday against the Avalanche.

McKenzie plays on the fourth line, but opened the scoring in a shutout victory over Colorado. The 25-year-old has two goals and four points in 17 games and has never surpassed five points in his career. McKenzie was a decent goal scorer in the AHL, but with the limited minutes he's receiving with Dallas, he doesn't provide much fantasy value outside of his 26 PIM.

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Nikita Kucherov
Lightning's Nikita Kucherov: Scores fourth power-play goal Saturday versus Capitals
Nikita Kucherov, RW, TB
1:25 AM
News: Kucherov scored a power-play goal in the 2-1 shootout victory over the Capitals on Saturday.

After scoring 10 goals in November, Kucherov is off to a hot start this month with two scores in two games. With this latest goal, he enters a tie for fifth in goals this season. He has 13 scores and 29 points, including four goals and nine points on the man advantage, in 25 games.

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Brandon Saad
Blue Jackets' Brandon Saad: Records assist and nine shots in shootout victory
Brandon Saad, LW, CLB
1:15 AM
News: Saad earned a point for the fourth time in five games and posted a season-high nine shots on goal in the 3-2 victory over the Coyotes on Saturday.

His previous season high was seven shots on goal. Saad was one of six Blue Jackets skaters who registered at least five shots on goal, as Columbus recorded an incredible 60 shots on net (also a season high). Saad has been an all-around strong fantasy player through the first two months of the season. He has seven goals, 20 points, a plus-10 rating and 61 shots on goal (2.65 per game) in 23 contests.

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Patrik Laine
Jets' Patrik Laine: Shredding competition with unstoppable shot
Patrik Laine, RW, WPG
12:40 AM
News: Laine scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 3-2 overtime win over the Blues. The goal extended his current goal streak to three games and four goals.

Laine has an Alexander Ovechkin-esque release. And like Ovie, he's unstoppable. Goalies see his shot and know where it's going, and STILL can't stop it. Sure, he's on an unsustainable scoring pace -- he's good, but not 21.7 percent good. Still, Laine is already a stud and should be deployed as such.

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Taylor Hall
Devils' Taylor Hall: Massive three-point game
Taylor Hall, LW, NJ
12:00 AM
News: Hall scored a goal and set up the winner Saturday in a 5-4 overtime win over Nashville. He finished with thee points, including two goals.

It was just his second game back after a couple weeks of lost time because of a knee injury. Get him back in your lineup. Now.

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Michael Cammalleri
Devils' Michael Cammalleri: One-man scoring machine
Michael Cammalleri, LW, NJ
12/3/2016
News: Cammalleri keyed a Devils' third-period comeback Saturday with two goals, including the winner in overtime, in a 5-4 victory over the Predators.

Cammy has been a one-man scoring machine in his last eight games -- he has scored all nine of his goals and has 14 points in that span. Cammalleri has 17 points overall in 18 games.

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Henrik Zetterberg
Red Wings' Henrik Zetterberg: Tally not enough in loss
Henrik Zetterberg, LW, DET
12/3/2016
News: Zetterberg potted another goal Saturday -- his fifth of the season -- in Saturday's loss to the Penguins.

The Swede loves his backhand scoops; that's how he scored in this one, and now the veteran is up to 17 points in 25 games. While the lack of game-to-game consistency remains a problem for Zetty, his owners can find solace in the fact that he's working with a plus-3 rating on the season after going minus-21 over the previous two seasons.

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Artemi Panarin
Blackhawks' Artemi Panarin: Scores Hawks' only goal
Artemi Panarin, LW, CHI
12/3/2016
News: Panarin scored in Chicago's 3-1 loss to Philadelphia on Saturday afternoon.

Panarin is tied for second in team scoring with Artem Anisimov with 22 points, but his pace has slowed from earlier this season. This was his first goal in five games and just sixth point in his last 11. Parnarin is remarkably talented, so we don't expect this to last long.

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Phil Kessel
Penguins' Phil Kessel: Buries two more goals
Phil Kessel, RW, PIT
12/3/2016
News: Kessel drove in a pair of one-timer goals Friday, helping the Penguins to a 5-3 win over the Red Wings on Friday.

Pittsburgh was the quicker team in transition and that proved to be the catalyst behind both goals from Phil the Thrill. The Madison, Wisconsin native is tied with Evgeni Malkin for the team lead in helpers (16), which is a fine complement to his eight scores. Kessel, a three-time All-Star, has looked as cool as a cucumber on the ice, having won his first Stanley Cup last season.

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Evander Kane
Sabres' Evander Kane: Scores first goal of the season
Evander Kane, LW, BUF
12/3/2016
News: Kane netted his first goal of the season in Saturday's 2-1 loss to the Bruins.

Well, that took 13 games. Kane has been slow to get back into the groove after breaking a rib in the season opener. But he has now put up a point in each of his last three games. It's a minor streak, but we'll take it.

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