Nathan Gerbe

#14 LW / Carolina Hurricanes / EXP: 7YRS Height: 5-5 Weight: 178 lb Age: 28 College: Boston College

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Hurricanes' Nathan Gerbe: Enters All-Star break as healthy scratch

    Gerbe missed the Hurricanes' last two games before the All-Star break, sitting out as a healthy scratch. Gerbe returned from a 25-game absence in mid-January due to a lower-body injury, and played four consecutive games before getting benched. In previous seasons, you could usually pencil in Gerbe for roughly 25-30 points, but he's really regressed this year with just three points in 24 games. Until he can secure a regular spot in the lineup and start putting points on the board, he should not be in anyone's fantasy lineup.

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    Hurricanes' Nathan Gerbe: Activated from IR

    Gerbe (lower body) has been activated from injured reserve, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer reports. Gerbe has not played since Nov. 22, when he originally sustained the ailment in a game against the Kings. Standing at 5-foot-5 and 178 pounds, Gerbe lacks size but he's fast and vigorous. Carolina is on a four-game winning streak and the team should feed off Gerbe's energy, but the seventh-year skater only has only managed three points in 20 games. You can safely bypass Gerbe in the fantasy realm.

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    Hurricanes' Nathan Gerbe: On ice Wednesday

    Gerbe (lower body) joined the team on the ice Wednesday. Gerbe has missed the last 17 games for the Hurricanes. Coach Bill Peters suggested the 28-year-old may be ready to return mid-January. The winger has been missing from the scoresheet so far this season, recording just three points in 20 outings.

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    Hurricanes' Nathan Gerbe: Lands on IR, out 4-6 weeks

    Gerbe (lower body) has been placed on injured reserve and will miss 4-to-6 weeks. Grebe, who is only 5-foot-5 and 178 pounds, evidently needs more time to recover from a massive hit laid on him by Kyle Clifford of the Kings this past Sunday. As someone who has only registered three points in 20 games this season, Gerbe's absence should largely go unnoticed in the fantasy realm, but the Hurricanes will undoubtedly miss his tenacity and high level of energy on the lower lines.

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    Hurricanes' Nathan Gerbe: Out Monday

    Gerbe (lower body) will miss Monday's contest against the Flyers. Gerbe suffered a lower-body injury in Sunday's game after being on the receiving end of a big hit from Kyle Clifford, and while the severity of the injury is not yet known, it will apparently cost him at least one game. His next chance to suit up will come Wednesday against the Oilers, while Chris Terry figures to draw into the lineup in his place.

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    Hurricanes' Nathan Gerbe: Done with lower-body injury

    Gerbe suffered a lower-body injury in Sunday's game against the Kings and will not return. Gerbe was injured on a hit from Kyle Clifford, and it led to him being assisted off the ice into the locker room. The team hasn't specified the issue beyond the lower body, but it will hold him out for the remainder of Sunday's contest, and certainly puts his status in doubt for Monday versus the Flyers.

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    Hurricanes' Nathan Gerbe: Could be healthy scratch Saturday vs. Flyers

    Gerbe is questionable to play on the Hurricanes' fourth line for Saturday's game against Philadelphia, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer reports. Gerbe, who until now had been skating on the Canes' second line with Jordan Staal and Kris Versteeg, has just three points in 16 games so far this season. As a result, he has fallen down the depth chart to fourth-line status and may not even get into the lineup Saturday against the Flyers. Either way, he is not a viable fantasy option at the current time, so adjust your lineups accordingly.

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    Hurricanes' Nathan Gerbe: Could be healthy scratch Saturday vs. Flyers

    Gerbe is questionable to play on the Hurricanes' fourth line for Saturday's game against Philadelphia, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer reports. Gerbe, who until now had been skating on the Canes' second line with Jordan Staal and Kris Versteeg, has just three points in 16 games so far this season. As a result, he has fallen down the depth chart to fourth-line status and may not even get into the lineup Saturday against the Flyers. Either way, he is not a viable fantasy option at the current time, so adjust your lineups accordingly.

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    Hurricanes' Nathan Gerbe: Posts assist in loss to Sharks

    Gerbe recorded just his second point of the season during Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Sharks, assisting on Justin Faulk's power-play goal in the second period. It's been somewhat of a sluggish start for Gerbe, who is on pace to record just 20 points this year, a step back from the 28 and 31 points he recorded the previous two seasons. The good news is, he's still being used in a top-six role and seeing roughly 16 minutes of ice time per game, with over two minutes coming on the power play. Gerbe doesn't make for a particularly good fantasy play right now, but if he picks up his scoring pace a little, he'll be useful to those of you in deeper fantasy formats.

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    Hurricanes' Nathan Gerbe: Records first goal of season in loss to Red Wings

    Gerbe recorded his first goal of the season in Saturday's 4-3 loss to the Red Wings. In the past, Gerbe has proven to be most effective when he's shooting more and he was busy on this night. Gerbe only had three official shots on goal against the Wings, but he had one other shot attempt blocked while two missed the net. If he keeps this up, the points should follow. For now, he continues to skate on the Hurricanes' second line with Jordan Staal and Kris Versteeg, making him a very good mid-tier option in most fantasy formats.

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