Kevin Hayes
Rangers' Kevin Hayes: Nets game winner Sunday
Kevin Hayes, RW, NYR
3:32 AM
News: Hayes opened the scoring Sunday against Ottawa. It's all the team would end up needing in a 3-0 victory.

Hayes is hitting his stride as the team's second-line center, managing three points in his last four games. The 25-year-old only has nine points in 21 games, but he's got five goals, including two game-winners. While a slow start may be behind him, Hayes isn't playing on the power play and has gone through some long droughts this season. He can find twine every now and then, but now what you're getting.

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Mats Zuccarello
Rangers' Mats Zuccarello: Sets up two goals against Ottawa
Mats Zuccarello, RW, NYR
3:06 AM
News: Zuccarello contributed a pair of assists in Sunday's win over the Senators.

Zuccarello continues to be a consistent producer and is now up to three goals and 16 points in 21 outings. The 30-year-old has been dynamite with the man advantage and appears to generate something offensively every game. It would be great if he shot the puck more often, but Zuccarello is talented enough to be rolled out with confidence whenever the Rangers are in action.

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Matt Beleskey
Bruins' Matt Beleskey: Struggling to find consistent role
Matt Beleskey, LW, BOS
12:54 AM
News: Beleskey was a healthy scratch for Saturday's 3-1 victory over San Jose.

This marks the second straight game that Beleskey has been scratched after appearing in seven straight contests. The 29-year-old has certainly had an off year as he's yet to record a point after playing in 13 games this season, and has gone minus-seven during that stretch as well. With his recent play it's easy to forget Beleskey recorded 37 points back in 2015-16, but he needs to carve out consistent ice time if he wants to start see some goals and assists roll in.

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Sebastian Aho
Hurricanes' Sebastian Aho: Scores for fourth straight game
Sebastian Aho, LW, CAR
12:47 AM
News: Aho scored for the fourth straight game and added two assists in Sunday's win over the Islanders.

Aho is red-hot right now, notching four goals and nine points in his last four outings. He broke onto the scene with 24 goals last season and he's finally rediscovering his touch this time around. It took the Finnish sniper 16 games to score his first goal of the season, but he'd still been managing to be a reliable fantasy producer, racking up 17 points through 19 contests. The 20-year-old possesses tremendous offensive skill and is taking off on the top line and first power-play unit. Take full advantage if someone gave up on him earlier in the season.

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Teuvo Teravainen
Hurricanes' Teuvo Teravainen: Stays red-hot with three-point night
Teuvo Teravainen, LW, CAR
12:38 AM
News: Teravainen netted a pair of goals and added an assist in Sunday's win over the Islanders.

Teravainen is tearing it up right now, riding a four-game point streak in which he's compiled five goals and five assists. The 23-year-old has really taken a step forward in his second year with the Hurricanes, playing on the top line and first power-play unit. He's been credited with 10 shots on goal over his last two outings and is sporting a tidy plus-7 rating, making him an all-around fantasy stud. The former Blackhawk is shining in a prominent role with Carolina and can be rolled out with confidence right now.

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Austin Watson
Predators' Austin Watson: Receives two-game suspension
Austin Watson, LW, NSH
11/19/2017
News: Watson was suspended two games after boarding Coloado's Dominic Toninato during Saturday's contest.

During the first period, Toninato dumped the puck out of the defensive zone and as he was pivoting to move up ice, Watson drove Toninato's upper body into the boards, resulting in his head slamming into the glass. Although Watson made contact with Toninato's shoulder and not his head, the hit came seconds after Toninato dumped the puck and Watson had plenty of time to ease up. The 25-year-old can return to action Friday against St. Louis.

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Kenny Agostino
Bruins' Kenny Agostino: Sent down to AHL
Kenny Agostino, LW, BOS
11/19/2017
News: Agostino was reassigned to AHL Providence on Sunday.

The 25-year-old was originally recalled on an emergency basis for the Bruins' three game road trip in California, and after not appearing in any of the contests Agostino will return to the minors. The New Jersey native saw substantial AHL success last season notching 93 points in 75 games including the playoffs, but has only recorded one assist in five games in the NHL this season.

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Cal Clutterbuck
Islanders' Cal Clutterbuck: Out again Sunday
Cal Clutterbuck, RW, NYI
11/19/2017
News: Clutterbuck (illness) won't suit up for Sunday's contest against Carolina, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.

Clutterbuck missed both games this weekend after being a late scratch prior to Saturday's contest. The illness doesn't appear to be too serious, so the winger should be ready for Wednesday's game against Philadelphia.

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Peter Cehlarik
Bruins' Peter Cehlarik: Scores first NHL goal against Sharks
Peter Cehlarik, LW, BOS
11/19/2017
News: Cehlarik netted his first career NHL goal in Saturday's win over San Jose.

Cehlarik was recently called up from AHL Providence and it only took three games for him to pot his first in the big league. The 22-year-old saw limited NHL action last season, but was mainly situated in the AHL, where he tallied 20 goals in 49 games. He's currently in the top-six and seeing power-play time, so keep an eye out. Cehlarik has some solid upside and could be worth looking at if he remains in the lineup and builds off his first goal.

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Jake DeBrusk
Bruins' Jake DeBrusk: Leads winning effort against Sharks
Jake DeBrusk, LW, BOS
11/19/2017
News: DeBrusk assisted on the game-tying goal and minutes later scored the eventual game-winner Saturday against San Jose.

DeBrusk is making a strong impact in his debut NHL season, notching four goals and nine points through 18 contests. The 21-year-old is slotted on the second line and seeing occasional power-play time. His strong totals over his WHL and AHL careers indicate he's one to watch in the coming years. DeBrusk was a healthy scratch at a point this season, but if he can stick in the lineup, he offers some valuable services in deeper formats.

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