Brodie scored a goal in a 5-2 victory over the Islanders on Sunday. He is absolutely killing fantasy owners with a minus-21 rating, but Brodie now has a four-game point streak. The goal Sunday matches his mark from last season (six). He's behind the point pace he set in 2015-16, but if he can continue this little hot streak, he could finish close to that career high from last season.
Brodie picked up four assists - including one on the power play - in Friday's 4-3 overtime win against the Devils. Brodie also posted a plus-2 rating while blocking a shot and recording a hit. He also kicked off the month of January with a power-play assist, and then was blanked on the man advantage for the remainder of the month. Let's hope February is a little more fruitful from a fantasy perspective.
Brodie registered a power-play assist over 26:08 of ice time during Wednesday's win over Minnesota. With just two assists and 11 shots through his past 13 games, Brodie's offensive struggles are continuing to drag down his fantasy value. After all, he has just 18 points this year after posting consecutive 40-point campaigns entering 2016-17. Additionally, considering his minus-21 rating and low shot volume (just 48 through 53 games), Brodie is best left to the waiver wire in the majority of seasonal leagues.
Brodie chipped in a pair of helpers Wednesday in a 4-1 win over Colorado. Brodie has been all sorts of hot lately, racking up nine points in his last nine games. He's recorded just five shots on goal during that span (and none over his last five contests), but as long as he's finding the scoresheet, owners shouldn't mind too much. It's hard to believe that the blueliner only has 16 points this year given how prolific he's been since mid-December, but it appears that he's taking a big leap forward after struggling mightily to start the season.
Brodie notched a pair of assists -- one on the power play -- in Tuesday's 6-3 win over Colorado. With six points in his last six games, Brodie looks in some ways like he's starting to roll along a bit more, but it's concerning how little he fires the puck on net -- he has just five shots in that span. The 26-year-old's playmaking has always been his strongest attribute, but since taking 133 shots (and scoring 11 goals as a result) in 2014-15, he's fallen off dramatically in that category: a mere 79 shots in 70 games last year and an even worse rate of 37 in 37 games this season. A minus-18 rating rounds out what's been a nightmare season for his fantasy owners.
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