Justin Fontaine

#14 RW / Minnesota Wild / EXP: 2YRS Height: 5-10 Weight: 160 lb Age: 28 College: Minnesota-Duluth

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Wild's Justin Fontaine: Healthy scratch

    Fontaine was a healthy scratch in Thursday's win over the Kings. Fontaine has just three assists and no goals in his last 20 games. He may fight for playing time until he breaks out of his slump.

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    Wild's Justin Fontaine: Returns to action

    Fontaine had two hits and one shot on goal in 12:26 of ice time in Saturday's win over Dallas. Fontaine had been a healthy scratch in three of the past six games. He had a good game as he was plus-1. It's not clear if he'll regularly get back in the lineup, however.

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    Wild's Justin Fontaine: Healthy scratch again

    Fontaine was a healthy scratch in Saturday's shootout loss to Tampa Bay. Fontaine has been a healthy scratch in two of the Wild's last three games as he's been the odd man out with the return of Zach Parise.

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    Wild's Justin Fontaine: Headed to bench

    Fontaine will likely be a healthy scratch Monday for the first time this season, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Fontaine played just eight minutes in Saturday's loss as he was in the coach's dog house for bad defensive play. It may take him a few games to get back into the mix.

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    Wild's Justin Fontaine: Playing Saturday

    Fontaine (knee) will play Saturday against the Stars, Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Fontaine hasn't played since suffering a sprained MCL on Oct. 30, but was able to return to practice Monday, and will draw back into Minnesota's lineup Saturday against Dallas. The 28-year-old winger has tallied four points (one goal, three assists) in eight games this season.

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    Wild's Justin Fontaine: Doubtful for Friday

    Fontaine (knee) is not expected to play Friday. He has practiced this week, but is still day-to-day, and can be considered doubtful Friday. His next chance to take the ice would be Saturday against the Stars.

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    Wild's Justin Fontaine: Returns to practice

    Fontaine (knee) returned to practice Monday, but coach Mike Yeo indicated that he's still not game ready and isn't expected to play Wednesday. While he's not expected to play Wednesday, the fact that he's even being discussed in that light certainly bodes well for Fontaine's recovery. He was given a four-to-six week timetable when initially suffering the injury back in late October, so a return any point this week would put him at the early end of that frame.

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    Wild's Justin Fontaine: Resumes skating

    Wild head coach Mike Yeo said Fontaine (knee) has resumed skating and is encouraged by his progress, Michael Russo of the Star Tribune reports. Fontaine continues to rehab from a sprained MCL, an injury he sustained in a game against the Blackhawks on Oct. 30. Assuming the recovery continues to go well, Fontaine's original 4-to-6 week timetable for a return leaves him on track to return at some point around mid-December.

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    Wild's Justin Fontaine: Lands on IR with knee injury

    Fontaine (knee) has been placed on injured reserve. Fontaine, a diminutive but sharp-shooting winger, is dealing with a sprained MCL and is expected to be out 4-to-6 weeks as a result. Look for Ryan Carter to assume a spot among the bottom-six forwards with Fontaine injured.

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    Wild's Justin Fontaine: Out 4-6 weeks with sprained MCL

    Fontaine will miss four-to-six weeks with a sprained MCL, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Fellow right winger Ryan Carter will see more time on the ice during Fontaine's absence and Jordan Schroeder will likely stay with the Wild rather than return to the AHL.

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