Matheson scored a goal in Thursday's loss to Washington, giving him three points in four games to open the season.
Two of those points are goals and he's taken a dozen shots on net, so Matheson's first full NHL season is off to quite a promising start. The 22-year-old isn't seeing much power-play time, and a promotion on that front could send his value higher, though it's worth noting that he managed just 20 points in 54 AHL games last year.
Faksa posted his first goal of the season for Dallas in Thursday's OT loss to Los Angeles.
The Stars expect big things from the 22-year-old, whose fantasy value remains a bit of a mystery. He's a strong defensive player with offensive upside but has yet to prove what he's capable of on a fantasy roster.
Hansen potted his first goal of the year Thursday, opening the scoring in a 2-1 win over Buffalo.
The Sabres and Canucks played to a stalemate over the game's first 31 minutes until Hansen broke through with goal No. 100 of his NHL career, batting a rebound past Robin Lehner. Now 30 years old, the Danish winger's never cleared 40 points in a season, so his fantasy value remains restricted to deep formats.
Sutter collected a pair of assists -- one on the power play -- in Thursday's 2-1 win over Vancouver.
After a 2015-16 campaign that was shortened to 20 games by injuries, Sutter's opened the new season with big minutes and strong production. It's early, but his 18:38 of ice time and 3:52 of power-play time are both career-high averages. Sutter's always been well thought of, so fantasy owners should pay attention to his strong start in case he's having a late-20s offensive emergence.
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