Manning assisted on the Flyers' lone goal during Wednesday's loss to Washington. The assist snapped a 34-game point drought, and Manning owned a minus-14 rating and registered just 37 shots and 36 blocked shots during the span. Considering the lack of production, he currently checks out as a fantasy afterthought in all settings.
Manning hasn't registered a point in any of his past 24 games entering Thursday's contest against Toronto. Manning has also missed seven games during the slump and last marked the scoresheet Nov. 17. He's flashed offensive upside in the past and has scored at the lower levels. However, he's nothing more than a depth defenseman for Philadelphia and will likely need a change of scenery before providing noteworthy fantasy value.
Manning (concussion) was cleared to play for Saturday's game. After missing three games, the defenseman finally seems ready to return. He may not end up playing, but he is eligible to end up on the ice. If he is back, his nine points in 21 games so far isn't a great sign for future fantasy production.
Manning (concussion) is a scratch for Thursday's matchup in Ottawa. Manning misses his third straight contest after sustaining the injury against the Rangers on Friday. Concussions can be tricky, so we will be sure to update the 26-year-old's status when he appears to be nearing a return to the lineup.
Manning is dealing with a concussion, Tim Panaccio of CSN Philly reports. Manning reportedly wasn't on the ice for morning skate Tuesday, but there hasn't been any indication that he's more than day-to-day at this point.
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