Lehkonen scored a power-play goal in the third period during Friday's loss to San Jose.
After missing nine games with an upper-body injury, Lehkonen has a single goal through three outings since. He's an intriguing young talent, but until he receives a bigger offensive role, there isn't a lot to like about his upside in the majority of fantasy settings. He's played under 14 minutes in each game since returning to the lineup, after all.
Pavelski scored an even-strength goal and added a power-play assist with five shots on net during Friday's win over Montreal.
It was the first multi-point night in 15 games for Pavelski, but he still has eight goals and 23 points through 25 games. He remains an elite fantasy contributor in all settings. Additionally, considering his current 9.8 shooting percentage is his lowest mark since the 2010-11 season, there is positive regression in the goals column ahead for the high-volume shooter.
Stewart scored a first-period goal during Friday's loss to Calgary to snap a 15-game goalless drought.
With just three goals and six points through 23 games, there isn't a lot to like about Stewart's fantasy upside. He entered Friday's game averaging just 10:52 of ice time per night and played only 7:29 against the Flames. Stewart is a desperation fantasy asset at this stage.
Zucker collected an even-strength assist on the game-tying goal with two PIM during Friday's shootout loss to Calgary.
Zucker entered Friday's game with a 13th-ranked 2.8 points per 60 minutes at five-on-five among skaters with at least 200 minutes, which is obviously incredible production. However, Zucker is likely widely available in all seasonal leagues and remains a viable low-priced option in daily contests. He's also sporting a five-game point streak with a goal and five helpers.
Spurgeon collected two assists and finished with five shots, four blocked shots and a plus-2 rating during Friday's loss to the Flames.
Spurgeon entered Friday's game averaging 26:13 of ice -- 2:51 on the power play -- with 23 shots on net and 23 blocked shots over his previous eight games. As long as he's logging huge minutes, the fantasy floor is high, and he owns the offensive upside and cross-category production to reward in the majority of settings.
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