Karlsson finished with two goals and an assist in Thursday's 3-2 overtime win over the Coyotes. Karlsson played a role in all three of his team's goals. His third-period tally tied the score 2-2 with 7:13 to play, and he scored just 40 seconds into overtime to win it. The Swedish blueliner's six shots tied for the team lead with Jean-Gabriel Pageau, who was responsible for Ottawa's other goal. With 13 goals and 48 assists, Karlsson is over the 60-point mark for the fifth time in the past six seasons.
Karlsson registered two assists -- one on the power play -- during Monday's win over Boston. It's been a strong 12-game stretch for the star rearguard. Karlsson has rattled off three goals, 14 points, 41 shots and 36 blocked shots while averaging 25:23 of ice time (3:03) during that span, so he's doing nothing to change his status as an elite fantasy asset. Additionally, it's worth noting that his offensive production isn't just high relative to his blue-line peers; his 58 points in 64 games are right up there with the better forwards. Continue to lock him into your lineups confidently in all fantasy settings.
Karlsson racked up a pair of assists in Sunday's win over the Panthers. Just another day at the office for Karlsson, who is up to 54 points in 60 games. The Swedish rearguard is an offensive machine who is never afraid to take chances and join the rush. He's reached double digits in goals for the sixth consecutive time in a full season and is consistently piling on helpers. You know what to do.
Karlsson scored on the power play in Tuesday's 2-1 win over New Jersey. Karlsson's 10th goal of the season made it 2-0 early in the third and eventually held up as the game-winner. The Swede has been overshadowed by San Jose's Brent Burns, but he still ranks second among blueliners with 52 points. Nineteen of those points have come with the extra man, which comes as no surprise considering Karlsson finished with at least 26 power-play points in each of the previous three seasons.
Karlsson recorded two helpers, five shots, six blocked shots in 29:08 minutes played during a loss to the Jets on Sunday. This was his fifth straight game with at least one point and three shots. He's not leading the league in assists like last season, but Karlsson is in third with 42. He's also on pace for his second straight 60-assist season. Furthermore, Karlsson is among the leaders in average ice time, so that's an add bonus in leagues where that's a category.
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