Haula scored a goal, added an assist and received a 10-minute misconduct penalty during Thursday's win over Minnesota. It was a nice fantasy showing for the speedster, and Haula is now up to 12 goals and 20 points for the campaign. The misconduct penalty also doubled his PIM total to 20 for the year. WhileHaula is a solid asset for Minnesota, he doesn't offer much fantasy value outside of being an occasional contrarian flier in daily contests.
Haula posted a pair of goals with a plus-1 in Saturday's 5-3 win against the Ducks. It was Haula's first multi-point game since Nov. 29, and just his third contest with at least two points. He has three goals over the past three games, but he still has just nine markers and 15 points overall. Haula is more valuable to his real team than to fantasy owners, as he is a penalty kill specialist.
Haula (lower body) is expected to play Tuesday against the Predators, Michael Russo of the Star Tribune reports. Haula has missed Minnesota's last three games with a lower-body injury, but made the trip to Nashville for Tuesday's contest, and will be in the lineup barring an unexpected setback. The 25-year-old pivot, who has 10 points (five goals, five assists) in 23 games this season, is expected to slot into a bottom-six role against the Predators, centering Nino Niederreiter and Charlie Coyle on the Wild's third line.
Haula (lower body) will likely join the team for their trip to Nashville on Tuesday, Michael Russo of the Star Tribune reports. Haula has been sidelined for the Wild's previous three matchups and while it remains unclear whether he will suit up against the Predators, fantasy owners should be encouraged by the fact that the center is at least in the conversation. When healthy, the 25-year-old has garnered 10 points in 23 contests and offers solid, mid-range fantasy value.
Haula (lower body) will miss Minnesota's next three games, Michael Russo of the Star Tribune reports. With the 25-year-old pivot slated to miss at least one week of action, recently recalled Pat Cannone will likely make his NHL debut Tuesday against the Avalanche, and he could stick with the big club until Haula is healthy enough to play. Although Haula's absence will test the Wild's depth at forward, it likely won't be felt by fantasy owners, as his limited offensive upside -- 10 points in 23 games this season -- keeps him from being a desirable option in most formats.
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