Cizikas scored his first goal since Nov. 30 and added an assist on Travis Hamonic's shorthanded empty-netter in a 5-2 win over the Kings on Thursday. This was just his second multi-point effort of the year, but Cizikas is better known for his bottom-six toughness than his offensive contributions. With the three pucks he put on net in this one, he's now at exactly one shot per game for the year. If your fantasy league doesn't count hits, Cizikas isn't adding much.
Cizikas tallied two assists in Monday's 5-2 win over the visiting Ducks. Cizikias doesn't score too often, so the pair of apples were a nice treat for the fourth-line center. Cizikas now has 11 points in 35 games this year, which isn't bad for a fourth-line energy guy but doesn't pack much of a punch for fantasy purposes.
Cizikas is on pace for his best offensive season to date. Cizikas centers what may be the best fourth line in the NHL with Matt Martin and Cal Clutterbuck. They are more known for hitting their opponents than lighting the lamp but in a league that rewards hits, double digit goals won't hurt any either.
Cizikas scored the game-winner with 2:12 remaining in Tuesday's 2-1 victory over the Devils. Cizikas made a nice play in front to send home a puck that deflected off Matt Martin to give the Isles the win. The bottom-sixer has two goals and three assists in 13 games this season.
Casey Cizikas scored a shorthanded goal in Friday's 3-1 win over the Penguins.
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