Jakob Silfverberg

#33 RW / Anaheim Ducks / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 196 lb Age: 25 College: None

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Ducks' Jakob Silfverberg: Heads into break on heater

    Silfverberg handed out two assists for the second consecutive game Tuesday in a 6-2 win over Boston. After an absolutely horrendous start to the year, something clicked with the uber-talented Silfverberg back on Jan. 8 against the Blues, when he started his recent hot streak with another two-assist effort. Over his last eight contests, Silfverberg has racked up three goals, seven assists and a plus-6 rating -- that's quite the sharp contrast to the six points and minus-10 he posted through the season's first 39 games.

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    Ducks' Jakob Silfverberg: Two points help edge Stars Friday

    Silfverberg opened the scoring in the first period and later collected an assist on the power play in Friday's win over Dallas. Silfverberg has been hot of late, scoring in back-to-back games and tallying six points in his last four outings. A big positive is that he is shooting the puck way more than usual, firing at least four shots on goal in four of his last five games. He's only got five goals and 12 points on the season, but the 25-year-old, who logged 20:21 of ice time Friday, is playing on the second line with Ryan Kesler and producing for a Ducks team that has been playing strong hockey of late. Take a look at him in some deeper formats and ride him while he's hot.

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    Ducks' Jakob Silfverberg: Records second two-point game in last three

    Silfverberg scored and added an assist in Wednesday's 4-1 win over the Senators Silfverberg has been a massive disappointment this season after coming in with high expectations following a productive 2015 postseason. Still, the Swede has finally shown some signs of life recently with four of his 10 points coming over the last three games. Many owners will feel rightfully skeptical of turning to Silfverberg after his slow start, but he does have the talent to deliver a productive second half if he gets his confidence back.

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    Ducks' Jakob Silfverberg: Contributes a pair of helpers Friday

    Silfverberg assisted on both of Ryan Kesler's goals and had the shootout winner Friday against the Blues. Silfverberg is dynamite in the shootout, but he put up a strong showing in regulation Friday, recording his first multi-point game of the season. While he's skating on the second line with the surging Kesler, Silfverberg has just eight points in 40 games and has been very inconsistent, so he's only worth owning in the very deepest of leagues.

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    Ducks' Jakob Silfverberg: Tallies in loss

    Silfverberg scored his third of the season in Friday's loss to the Hurricanes. The goal didn't factor into the result at all as Silfverberg's tally late in the third came with his team already down three. This gives the Swede just six points in his team's 29 games this season. Silfverberg was fit with some loftier expectations this season, and you have to think that at least part of his team's offensive struggles can be chalked up to a lack of production from Silfverberg and their other second line forwards.

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    Ducks' Jakob Silfverberg: Nets first goal of season in Thursday's win

    Silfverberg scored his first goal of the season into an empty net to ice Thursday's 3-1 win against the Panthers. After tearing it up in last season's playoff, Silfverberg has dealt with injuries and the Ducks struggles, which have stunted his production so far. Despite the goal being an empty-netter, Silfverberg also had a game-high six shots on goal over 19:39.

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    Ducks' Jakob Silfverberg: Will play in opener

    Head coach Bruce Boudreau indicated Friday that Silfverberg will play in Saturday's season opener against the Sharks, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports. Silfverberg did return to practice after dealing with a head injury, so it's not much of a surprise that he will dress for the Ducks' opener. He's expected to play alongside Ryan Kesler and Andrew Cogliano on the third line for the game.

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    Anaheim Ducks' Jakob Silfverberg Expected to play Saturday

    Silfverberg returned to practice Thursday and is expected to play Saturday. Silfverberg has been dealing with an apparent head injury after taking a vicious illegal blow to the head from the Sharks' Raffi Torres in Saturday's exhibition, but appears to now be close to full health. He's expected to suit up for Saturday's season opener against San Jose, but his official status will be confirmed prior to puck drop.

  • Skates on own Tuesday

    News: Jakob Silfverberg (head) skated on his own Tuesday.
    Analysis: Jakob Silfverberg is still recovering from an apparent head injury he suffered after taking an illegal blow to the head from the Sharks' Raffi Torres in Saturday's exhibition. Silfverberg has been cleared for the Ducks' next team practice, and may still be able to suit up for Anaheim's regular-season opener against the Sharks on Saturday.
  • Absent from practice Monday

    News: Jakob Silfverberg (head) did not practice Monday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
    Analysis: Jakob Silfverberg left Saturday's exhibition against the Sharks after taking a vicious hit to the head from Raffi Torres, and was ultimately unable to return to the contest. Torres has a history of dirty play, and will probably face a suspension for the blow. Silfverberg is likely dealing with a head injury, which means his status for Saturday's regular-season opener against San Jose is currently uncertain at best.
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