Wingels opened the scoring, added an assist and fired four shots on goal in Saturday's win over the Flames. Wingels' bottom-six role limits his fantasy value, but he's a decent depth scorer who now has two goals and eight points in 23 games. He won't pile up the points, but after scoring 15 goals last season, Wingels can be of value in some very deep leagues due to his strong hit totals and ability to light the lamp from time to time.
Wingels collected an assist in Tuesday night's win over the Bruins. Ladies and gentlemen, we have a Wingels sighting. After averaging 37 points the past two seasons, the versatile third-line center has had a rough go at it in 2015-16. He's only averaging one point every three contests and is minus-6 on the season. Perhaps the most alarming stat from Wingels is that he has fired 35 shots on goal and only lit the lamp once, leading to a dismal 2.9 shooting percentage. The upside simply isn't there for Wingels and you're better off finding alternatives at the forward position for now.
Wingels was again held without a point, posting a minus-1 rating and a single shot in Tuesday's loss to the Islanders. Wingels hasn't scored a goal in seven games and has just two assists in that span. He's a part of a slumping third line that, like your weird uncle, is difficult to trust.
Wingels had an assist, a shot and a team-leading three hits in Saturday's loss to the Stars. Wingels's point per game pace is a fair amount lower than last season, but he's still managing to add some points and, as always, adds a surprising number of hits if your league scores hits. He currently leads the Sharks in hits with 32.
Wingels had one shot, four hits and a blocked shot in Wednesday's loss to Nashville. Wingels is a swiss army knife kind of depth roster addition. He adds some secondary scoring and has the ability to rack up the hits and blocked shots. For a particular kind of league, he'll provide value almost every night.
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