Frolik tallied two points -- a goal and an assist -- on the power play in Calgary's 3-0 win over Winnipeg on Saturday night. His point streak now stands at four games and six points, including four assists. Frolik has never scored more than 45 points in any season and that came in his rookie year in 2008-09. That could change this season -- Frolik has an outside chance at the 50-point plateau.
Frolik dished out two helpers to go with a plus-2 rating in Thursday's 5-0 win over Montreal. Frolik's riding a three-game point streak and now boasts a career-best plus-12 rating. His career high of 45 points, set back in 2008-09, is well within reach with 15 games to play.
Frolik scored the game's first goal Sunday as the Flames beat the Islanders 5-2. The forward has already beaten last year's 32 points, as he has 37 so far this season. With five points in his last six games, he's on a bit of a scoring uptick lately.
Frolik recorded two assists with two shots on net and a minor penalty during Friday's win over Florida. While Frolik will never be a go-to fantasy assets, he has shown the ability to provide sneaky multi-category production for stretches. He's notched seven goals, 20 points and 72 shots with 24 PIM and a plus-10 rating over his past 27 games, after all. The veteran winger is a worth considering in deeper seasonal leagues, and he has contrarian upside in daily contests when Calgary draws a favorable opponent.
Frolik has 29 points in 53 games in his second season as a member of the Flames. Frolik is three points shy of the 32 he put up in his Cow Town debut last year and is on an 82-game pace of 45. The 28-year-old also has five power-play points -- four more than 2015-16 -- and will easily surpass his hit, blocked shot, shots on goal and PIM totals as well, which gives him tangible value in medium to deeper settings.
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