Killorn scored the Lightning's only goal in Thursday's 3-1 loss to the Avalanche. It came on the power play. He has four points (two goals, two assists) in 10 games, but just two goals -- and a minus-5 rating -- in his last seven games. Unfortunately, he's not producing in any category right now, so it's tough to recommend him any format other than the very deepest leagues.
Killorn scored the go-ahead goal Saturday with 3:57 left in the third period to lift his team to a 2-1 victory over the Sabres. He had returned Saturday after missing one game due to an upper-body injury. The goal came on a rip from the low-right circle while on the power play. He has three points, including one goal, in five games. Killorn's versatility allows his coach to slide him up and down the lineup, but that also means he'll spend time on one of the lower lines and that lowers his overall value.
Killorn (upper body) is back in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Sabres, Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Killorn was held out of Thursday's tilt against the Stars with the upper-body injury, but is now healthy enough to rejoin Tampa Bay's lineup for Saturday's matchup with Buffalo. He'll likely slot in as a third-line winger for the Lightning in the contest.
Killorn will sit out Thursday's game against the Stars with an undisclosed injury, the Tampa Bay Times reports. Coach Jon Cooper indicated that one player was considered a game-time decision, and it appears Killorn was that man. Cedric Paquette will replace him in the lineup and on the third line beside Valtteri Filppula and J.T. Brown.
Alex Killorn was on the ice for practice on Wednesday after leaving Saturday's preseason game after two periods, Bryan Burns of TampaBayLightning.com reports.
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