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  • Curtis Lazar BUF C
    Sabres' Curtis Lazar: Inks two-year extension
    17h ago

    Lazar signed a two-year, $1.6 million contract extension with the Sabres on Thursday.

    Lazar was a part time player for Buffalo in 2019-20, picking up five goals and 10 points in 38 regular-season games. The 25-year-old forward will likely continue to be a rotational player for the Sabres over the next two campaigns, so don't count on him developing into a dependable fantasy option.

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  • Colton Sceviour PIT LW
    Penguins' Colton Sceviour: Brought in via trade
    17h ago

    Sceviour was acquired by the Penguins, along with Mike Matheson, from the Panthers in a trade for Patric Hornqvist on Thursday.

    In 69 games last season, Sceviour registered six goals, 10 helpers and 114 shots while averaging 13:15 of ice time. The winger is unlikely to challenge for a top-six role with Pittsburgh and probably won't crack either power-play unit, which makes him a low-end fantasy option next season.

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  • Mike Matheson PIT D
    Penguins' Mike Matheson: Swapped in three-player deal
    17h ago

    Matheson was traded to Pittsburgh from Flordia, along with Colton Sceviour, in exchange for Patric Hornqvist on Thursday.

    Matheson will provide the organization with some extra depth following the expected departure of Justin Schultz. The blueliner will likely see the bulk of the games next year, though he could face challenges from Juuso Riikola and Chad Ruhwedel for regular minutes. The 25-year-old Matheson reached the 20-point mark for the third straight season this year and could get back to challenging for 30 in a full 82-game season.

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  • Patric Hornqvist FLA RW
    Panthers' Patric Hornqvist: Acquired via trade
    17h ago

    Hornqvist was brought in by the Panthers from the Penguins on Thursday in a swap for Mike Matheson and Colton Sceviour.

    The winger's biggest addition to Florida will be as a net-front pest on the power play, where he averaged 3:21 of ice time last season with Pittsburgh. If the team loses Mike Hoffman or Evgenii Dadonov in free agency, it could open up a spot in the top-six for Hornqvist.

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  • Radek Faksa DAL C
    Stars' Radek Faksa: Remains unfit to play
    18h ago

    Faksa (undisclosed) is considered unfit to play heading into Friday's Game 4 against the Lightning, Mike Heika of the Stars' official site reports.

    Faksa will miss a sixth straight game Friday and remains without a timetable for his return to action. Roope Hintz will continue to center Dallas' third line until Faksa is ready to rock.

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  • Yakov Trenin NSH LW
    Predators' Yakov Trenin: Pens two-year deal
    18h ago

    Trenin agreed to terms on a two-year, $1.45 million contract with Nashville on Thursday.

    Trenin played just 21 games for the Predators last season, notching two goals, four assists and 25 shots while averaging 9:44 of ice time. The Russian's new deal is a one-way contract, which all but guarantees him a spot on the 23-man roster for Opening Night of the 2020-21 campaign.

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  • Curtis Lazar BUF C
    Sabres' Curtis Lazar: Inks two-year extension
    17h ago

    Lazar signed a two-year, $1.6 million contract extension with the Sabres on Thursday.

    Lazar was a part time player for Buffalo in 2019-20, picking up five goals and 10 points in 38 regular-season games. The 25-year-old forward will likely continue to be a rotational player for the Sabres over the next two campaigns, so don't count on him developing into a dependable fantasy option.

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  • Radek Faksa DAL C
    Stars' Radek Faksa: Remains unfit to play
    18h ago

    Faksa (undisclosed) is considered unfit to play heading into Friday's Game 4 against the Lightning, Mike Heika of the Stars' official site reports.

    Faksa will miss a sixth straight game Friday and remains without a timetable for his return to action. Roope Hintz will continue to center Dallas' third line until Faksa is ready to rock.

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  • Joe Pavelski DAL C
    Stars' Joe Pavelski: Offers helper
    1d ago

    Pavelski managed an assist, five hits and four PIM in Wednesday's 5-2 loss to the Lightning in Game 3.

    Pavelski had an assist on Miro Heiskanen's third-period tally. At the end of the contest, Pavelski earned his four PIM in a scrum. The veteran forward has been solid in the playoffs with 10 goals, six helpers, 30 PIM, 55 shots on goal and 51 hits in 24 outings.

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  • Jason Dickinson DAL C
    Stars' Jason Dickinson: Strikes for SHG in Game 3
    1d ago

    Dickinson scored a short-handed goal on three shots in Wednesday's 5-2 loss to Tampa Bay in Game 3. He also contributed two PIM and two hits.

    Dickinson unleashed a one-timer from the top of the left faceoff circle to get the Stars on the board midway through the first period. It was the second goal in the last three games for the 25-year-old, who had gone his first 16 playoff tilts without a goal. Centering Dallas' fourth line between Andrew Cogliano and Nick Caamano, Dickinson received just under 18 minutes of ice time and won five of seven faceoffs (71.4 percent).

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  • Brayden Point TB C
    Lightning's Brayden Point: Tallies goal No. 11
    1d ago

    Point scored a goal on four shots and added an assist in Wednesday's 5-2 win over Dallas in Game 3.

    Point collected his league-leading 11th goal of the playoffs when he finished off a 3-on-1 rush in the second period. He added an assist on Ondrej Palat's goal just under seven minutes later to send Tampa Bay into the second intermission with a 5-1 lead. Point now has 28 points in 19 playoff games, trailing only teammate Nikita Kucherov's league-leading 30.

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  • Jake Evans MON C
    Canadiens' Jake Evans: Lands two-year extension
    2d ago

    Evans signed a two-year extension with the Canadiens on Wednesday. The first year of the contract is a two-way deal, whereas the second year of the extension is a one-way deal.

    Evans spent the majority of the 2019-20 campaign in the minors, notching 14 goals and 38 points in 51 contests, but he also appeared in 13 games with the big club, picking up three points over that span. The 24-year-old Notre Dame product will likely continue to bounce between the AHL and NHL in 2020-21, but he could stick with the Canadiens full time the following season.

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  • Colton Sceviour PIT LW
    Penguins' Colton Sceviour: Brought in via trade
    17h ago

    Sceviour was acquired by the Penguins, along with Mike Matheson, from the Panthers in a trade for Patric Hornqvist on Thursday.

    In 69 games last season, Sceviour registered six goals, 10 helpers and 114 shots while averaging 13:15 of ice time. The winger is unlikely to challenge for a top-six role with Pittsburgh and probably won't crack either power-play unit, which makes him a low-end fantasy option next season.

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  • Patric Hornqvist FLA RW
    Panthers' Patric Hornqvist: Acquired via trade
    17h ago

    Hornqvist was brought in by the Panthers from the Penguins on Thursday in a swap for Mike Matheson and Colton Sceviour.

    The winger's biggest addition to Florida will be as a net-front pest on the power play, where he averaged 3:21 of ice time last season with Pittsburgh. If the team loses Mike Hoffman or Evgenii Dadonov in free agency, it could open up a spot in the top-six for Hornqvist.

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  • Yakov Trenin NSH LW
    Predators' Yakov Trenin: Pens two-year deal
    18h ago

    Trenin agreed to terms on a two-year, $1.45 million contract with Nashville on Thursday.

    Trenin played just 21 games for the Predators last season, notching two goals, four assists and 25 shots while averaging 9:44 of ice time. The Russian's new deal is a one-way contract, which all but guarantees him a spot on the 23-man roster for Opening Night of the 2020-21 campaign.

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  • Blake Comeau DAL RW
    Stars' Blake Comeau: Deemed day-to-day
    18h ago

    Comeau (undisclosed) is considered day-to-day ahead of Friday's Game 4 versus Tampa Bay, Mike Heika of the Stars' official site reports.

    Comeau was considered a game-time call for Wednesday's Game 3, but he ultimately wasn't able to suit up for that contest. The 34-year-old winger's availability for Game 4 will almost certainly boil down to a game-time decision as well. If he's able to go, he'll return to his role skating on the Stars' fourth line.

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  • Alexander Radulov DAL RW
    Stars' Alexander Radulov: Good to go for Game 4
    18h ago

    According to coach Rick Bowness, Radulov (undisclosed) is "fine" ahead of Friday's Game 4 against the Lightning, Mike Heika of the Stars' official site reports.

    Radulov exited Wednesday's Game 3 late in the third period after crashing into the boards while attempting to hit Tampa Bay's Blake Coleman, but it sounds like he was able to avoid picking up an injury during his awkward tumble. The 34-year-old winger, who's notched three helpers through the first three games of the Stanley Cup Finals, is expected to skate on Dallas' top line and first power-play unit Friday.

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  • Andrew Cogliano DAL LW
    Stars' Andrew Cogliano: Produces assist
    1d ago

    Cogliano had an assist in Wednesday's 5-2 loss to the Lightning in Game 3.

    Cogliano has racked up a pair of assists in the last five games since returning from a stint with an injury and a run of healthy scratches. The 33-year-old forward isn't expected to be a big factor on the scoresheet in a bottom-six role. He has just two helpers, 17 shots on goal and 50 hits in 20 playoff games.

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  • Mike Matheson PIT D
    Penguins' Mike Matheson: Swapped in three-player deal
    17h ago

    Matheson was traded to Pittsburgh from Flordia, along with Colton Sceviour, in exchange for Patric Hornqvist on Thursday.

    Matheson will provide the organization with some extra depth following the expected departure of Justin Schultz. The blueliner will likely see the bulk of the games next year, though he could face challenges from Juuso Riikola and Chad Ruhwedel for regular minutes. The 25-year-old Matheson reached the 20-point mark for the third straight season this year and could get back to challenging for 30 in a full 82-game season.

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  • Miro Heiskanen DAL D
    Stars' Miro Heiskanen: Lights lamp in third period
    1d ago

    Heiskanen scored a goal on two shots while providing four hits and one block in Wednesday's 5-2 loss to Tampa Bay in Game 3.

    Heiskanen's goal, his sixth of the playoffs, came just under seven minutes into the third period with the Stars trailing 5-1. The goal gave Heiskanen 24 points in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, which leads all defensemen. He also led all skaters Wednesday with 23:07 of playing time. He would likely merit strong Conn Smythe Trophy consideration as playoff MVP if the Stars were able to rally and win the series.

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  • Victor Hedman TB D
    Lightning's Victor Hedman: Another night of big production
    1d ago

    Hedman scored the game-winning goal and added two assists with four shots in Wednesday's 5-2 win over Dallas in Game 3.

    Hedman scored what proved to be the game-winner when he buried a wrister from the high slot in the opening minute of the first period, giving Tampa Bay a 3-0 lead. It was Hedman's 10th goal of the playoffs, which leads all defensemen. He also added assists on goals by Steven Stamkos and Brayden Point. With 20 points and a plus-17 rating in 22 games, Hedman is firmly in the Conn Smythe Trophy conversation as playoff MVP.

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  • Zach Bogosian TB D
    Lightning's Zach Bogosian: Unable to play Wednesday
    2d ago

    Bogosian (undisclosed) won't play in Wednesday's Game 3 versus the Stars, per the NHL's official media site.

    Bogosian didn't play in Game 2's loss when Jan Rutta (undisclosed) returned to the lineup, and he'll remain in the press box Wednesday. His next chance to crack the lineup is Friday's Game 4.

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  • Luke Schenn TB D
    Lightning's Luke Schenn: Still missing action
    2d ago

    Schenn (undisclosed) will not suit up in Wednesday's Game 3 matchup versus Dallas, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.

    Schenn missed Game 2 of the series with the undisclosed issue, and he's unfit to play in his second consecutive game. In his stead, the team will continue to roll with Jan Rutta in the lineup and Erik Cernak on the third defensive pairing.

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  • Stephen Johns DAL D
    Stars' Stephen Johns: Remains unavailable
    3d ago

    Johns (undisclosed) is still considered unfit to play heading into Wednesday's Game 3 against the Lightning, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports.

    Johns has been sidelined for over a month with an undisclosed issue, and at this point it seems like a foregone conclusion that he won't return this season. The 28-year-old blueliner has dealt with major injury issues over the past few campaigns, and he's not known for his offensive contributions when healthy, so there's no reason for fantasy players to have him on their radar heading into next year's drafts.

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  • Ben Bishop DAL G
    Stars' Ben Bishop: Still sidelined
    18h ago

    Bishop (undisclosed) is still considered unfit to play ahead of Friday's Game 4 against the Lightning, Mike Heika of the Stars' official site reports.

    Bishop has been sidelined for over three weeks with his undisclosed issue and at this point it seems likely that he won't return this postseason. Anton Khudobin will continue to lead the way in goal for the Stars with Jake Oettinger serving as his backup.

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  • Jake Oettinger DAL G
    Stars' Jake Oettinger: Plays final 20 minutes in Game 3
    1d ago

    Oettinger stopped the only three shots he faced in Wednesday's 5-2 loss to Tampa Bay in Game 3.

    Oettinger relieved Dallas starter Anton Khudobin to start the third period with the Stars trailing 5-1. It was the second relief appearance of the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the 21-year-old product of Boston University, who has stopped eight of eight shots in his limited playing time. He'll be back in the No. 2 role behind Khudobin for Game 4 on Friday.

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  • Anton Khudobin DAL G
    Stars' Anton Khudobin: Chased to bench
    1d ago

    Khudobin allowed five goals on 29 shots and was pulled after 40 minutes of Wednesday's 5-2 loss to Tampa Bay in Game 3.

    Khudobin and the Stars were done in by a three-goal second period by Tampa Bay that gave the Lightning a 5-1 cushion. Dallas replaced Khudobin with Jake Oettinger to start the third period. The Stars were thoroughly outplayed by Tampa Bay during the decisive middle frame, but Khudobin will need to quickly improve upon the .867 save percentage he's posted over the past two games if Dallas wants to keep pace in the series.

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  • Andrei Vasilevskiy TB G
    Lightning's Andrei Vasilevskiy: Stymies Stars in Game 3
    1d ago

    Vasilevskiy stopped 22 shots Wednesday in a 5-2 win over Dallas in Game 3.

    For the 13th time in 22 playoff starts, Vasilevskiy held his opponent to fewer than three goals. He gave up a Jason Dickinson short-handed tally in the first period and a Miro Heiskanen goal in the third with the game already in hand. Vasilevskiy, now 16-6 in the playoffs, boasts a 1.89 GAA and .928 save percentage while starting every game for the Lightning. He has yet to lose consecutive games in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, a daunting hurdle for Dallas if the Stars are to rally in the series.

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  • Anton Khudobin DAL G
    Stars' Anton Khudobin: Tending twine Wednesday
    2d ago

    Khudobin will start Wednesday's Game 3 against the Lightning, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports.

    Khudobin's four-game winning streak ended when he allowed three goals on 31 shots in Game 2, so he'll look to get back on track Wednesday. The likely return of Steven Stamkos (lower body) makes this a tougher matchup, but Khudobin has handled everything thrown his way this playoffs.

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  • Andrei Vasilevskiy TB G
    Lightning's Andrei Vasilevskiy: Between pipes for Game 3
    2d ago

    Vasilevskiy will start Wednesday's Game 3 showdown against the Starts, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports.

    The 26-year-old will get the nod again in the series, as he's gone 1-1-0 along with a 2.56 GAA and just a .896 save percentage in the past two starts. Vasilevskiy has started every game for the Lightning in the bubble going a staggering 15-6-0 along with a 1.88 GAA and .929 save percentage. With the series nodded at one apiece, Wednesday posses a great opportunity for Vasilevskiy to strengthen his Conn Smythe chances.

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