Stajan collected an assist during Wednesday's loss to Boston. Make it two games in a row that the veteran center has marked the assist column. However, Stajan is locked into a fourth-line role and has notched just five goals and 22 points through 70 games for the season. As such, his fantasy value is extremely limited.
Stajan chipped in an assist in Wednesday's 5-1 win over the visiting Wild. The veteran snapped a 10-game point drought with the apple, a span in which he only managed seven shots on goal while averaging 11:58 of ice time. Stajan now has 17 points -- the exact same total he put up in each of the previous two seasons -- so additional production from here on out should be gravy for anyone in deeper leagues that opted to roll with him this year.
Stajan's fourth goal of the season held up as the game-winner Saturday against Vancouver. Stajan now has 16 points on the season, making him a decent bottom-six scorer for the Flames. While the veteran can catch fire at times, his lack of power-play time and previous career high of just 16 goals only make him worth owning in very deep leagues.
Stajan has three goals and 12 assists in 41 games this year. 15 points over half a season is nothing to get excited about, but it's important to note that Stajan had just 17 over 80 games last year. That's a marked improvement for the 32-year-old, who's averaging his most ice time (13:11) in three years and sits second on the team with a plus-7 rating.
Stajan contributed a goal and two assists in Sunday's blowout win over the Ducks. It was the third goal of the season for Stajan, who brought the offense in an 8-3 win. The 32-year-old is up to 10 points in 28 games on a surging Flames squad that has won three straight. Stajan has a history of being inconsistent and plays on the third line, so given the fact he doesn't see power-play time, he's only valuable in some deeper leagues.
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