NHL Recent Player News
|2/7/2016||Jonas Brodin, Min, D|
|Brodin is out with a broken foot.
Analysis: Brodin was placed on injured reserve, and he's expected to be out at least three weeks.
|2/7/2016||Jack Skille, Col, RW|
|Skille is out with a concussion.
Analysis: There's no time table for his return.
|2/7/2016||Erik Gudbranson, Fla, D|
|Gudbanson is out with an undisclosed injury.
Analysis: The details of his injury are unknown.
|2/6/2016||Jordan Staal, Car, C|
|Staal logged a season-high three points on a goal and two assists during Friday's win at Winnipeg.
Analysis: Staal is having a strong second half, as he's amassed five goals and 10 assists over a 13-game stretch in which he's a plus-13.
|2/6/2016||Andrej Nestrasil, Car, C|
|Nestrasil scored twice in Friday's win at Winnipeg.
Analysis: He's been productive of late with five points over a five-game stretch.
|2/6/2016||Ryan Kesler, Anh, C|
|Kesler posted two assists in Friday's victory over Arizona.
Analysis: Kesler has played a key role in the Ducks' season-high six-game winning streak, having amassed three goals and five assists during the run.
|2/6/2016||Shane Doan, Ari, RW|
|Doan recorded a goal and an assist in Friday's loss at Anaheim.
Analysis: The Arizona captain has scored in two straight and has 19 goals for the season, putting him on pace for his first 30-goal campaign since 2008-09.
|2/6/2016||Corey Perry, Anh, RW|
|Perry chipped in a goal to Friday's win over Arizona.
Analysis: The All-Star forward now has four goals in five games and seven points over his last six.
|2/6/2016||Frederik Andersen, Anh, G|
|Andersen won his fifth straight start after stopping 23 of 25 chances Friday against Arizona.
Analysis: Andersen owns a 1.80 GAA and a .936 save percentage over the streak, though he's still sharing time with John Gibson in the crease.
|2/6/2016||William Karlsson, Cls, C|
|Karlsson had both Columbus goals in Friday's 2-1 victory at Calgary.
Analysis: The 23-year-old still isn't a recommended fantasy play, as he's totaled just 11 points in 53 games this season.
|2/6/2016||Joonas Korpisalo, Cls, G|
|Korpisalo won a second straight start by turning back 30 of 31 shots Friday at Calgary.
Analysis: The rookie was coming off a 37-save effort in Thursday's 2-1 shootout victory at Vancouver. He's clearly gaining John Tortorella's trust as a fill-in for the injured Sergei Bobrovsky.
|2/6/2016||Chris Kunitz, Pit, LW|
|Kunitz tallied two assists in Friday's loss at Tampa Bay.
Analysis: Kunitz is rolling with seven points in his past three games and four goals in his last seven.
|2/6/2016||Marc-Andre Fleury, Pit, G|
|Fleury's struggles continued Friday at Tampa Bay, where he allowed four goals on 14 shots before being removed midway through the second period.
Analysis: Fleury surrendered five goals to Ottawa on Tuesday and owns a 3.57 GAA over his last five starts, though he's still won four of those outings.
|2/6/2016||Patric Hornqvist, Pit, RW|
|Hornqvist recorded a goal and an assist in Friday's loss at Tampa Bay.
Analysis: He's produced at least one point in nine of his last 10 games, amassing 13 over that stretch.
|2/6/2016||Sidney Crosby, Pit, C|
|Crosby extended his goal streak to five games during Friday's loss at Tampa Bay.
Analysis: The Penguins' star is also on a nine-game point streak in which he's compiled nine goals and six assists. Crosby's 15 goals since Dec. 26 are the most in the NHL.
|2/6/2016||Steven Stamkos, TB, C|
|Stamkos notched a pair of assists in Friday's win over Pittsburgh.
Analysis: Goals have still been hard to come by of late for the Tampa Bay star, however, as Stamkos has scored just once in his last eight games.
|2/6/2016||Nikita Kucherov, TB, RW|
|Kucherov remained productive with two assists in Friday's win over Pittsburgh.
Analysis: It's the fourth multi-point effort in seven games for the emerging star, who ranks among the league leaders with 15 goals and 32 points since Dec. 5.
|2/6/2016||Tyler Johnson, TB, C|
|Johnson had a power-play goal and two assists in Friday's win over Pittsburgh.
Analysis: Johnson is finally heating up after a slow start, as he's recorded eight points over a nine-game stretch and has a goal in two straight.
|2/5/2016||Artemi Panarin, Chi, LW|
|Panarin had a career-high three assists in a 5-4 overtime win in Arizona on Thursday night.
Analysis: Panarin now has 50 points, 15 more than any other rookie. He also leads all rookies with 18 goals.
|2/5/2016||Marian Hossa, Chi, RW|
|Hossa had a goal and an assist in a 5-4 overtime win in Arizona on Thursday night.
Analysis: Hossa, who has 495 career goals, had one assist in his previous six games.
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