Zetterberg dished out two helpers in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Penguins.
Zetterberg has come alive offensively with four goals and eight assists over the past 10 games. Both of the veteran Swede's points in this one came at even strength in the third period. He has contributed just seven points on special teams after topping 20 in each of the past two seasons, but that futility hasn't stopped Zetterberg from reaching the 45-point mark for the 12th consecutive campaign.
Zetterberg picked up two assists, one of which came on the power play, in a 3-2 shootout victory over the Capitals on Saturday.
The savvy veteran has played well lately. Since returning from the All-Star break, he has four goals, 10 points and a plus-5 rating in nine games. Zetterberg didn't post a shot Saturday, but he had six in his previous game. He isn't the same player he once was, but Zetterberg is one goal and eight points from passing last season's totals. He has also switched his plus/minus from minus-15 in 2015-16 to plus-12 this season. Overall, it hasn't been a bad season for the 36-year-old.
The veteran has consecutive multi-point showings out of the All-Star break and continues to provide respectable offensive production. Zetterberg lacks some game-to-game consistency at this stage of his career, but he's still an admirable scorer that warrants ownership in the most seasonal leagues.
Zetterberg scored a goal and added an assist during Tuesday's loss to New Jersey.
While the veteran has missed the scoresheet in nine of his past 13 games, he's at least posted multi-point showings in three of those outings. With 10 goals, 35 points and 110 shots through 50 games, Zetterberg is still providing respectable offensive numbers, but he's also no longer a go-to fantasy asset. In fact, there are shallower settings where you might want to aim higher -- or at least target a more consistent scorer.
Zetterberg collected a pair of assists in Tuesday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Bruins. He also skated to a plus-3 rating.
The two apples snapped a four-game point drought for the Swedish veteran, who is now up to 33 points in 48 games this year. Despite the decent production, just five of Zetterberg's points have come with the man advantage, which is a dramatic reduction compared to the 22 and 28 he put up on the power play in the last two seasons.