The 26-year-old winger now has two goals and three assists over five February games. This isn't very fiery production for someone on the second line of a playoff contender, but his 23 shots on goal in this stretch and power-play presence could increase his fantasy value long term.
Eberle saw just 15:40 of ice time in Wednesday's win over Florida, but had an assist, a plus-1 rating and a team-leading five shots.
Eberle has been streaky all year while producing less offense than you're hoping if he's on your roster. However, he's picking up the pace following an eight-game slump. In the four games since, he has a goal, three assists, a plus-3 rating and 11 shots.
Eberle potted a goal and dished out a helper in Thursday's 6-3 win over the Flyers.
Eberle also topped his team with four shots and tied for the team lead with a plus-3 rating. He took advantage of being moved back to the first line with Connor McDavid and Patrick Maroon, as the three combined for seven points in this one. While Eberle came in scoreless over his previous eight games, much of that slump was due to being separated from McDavid.
Eberle was once again held without a point on Saturday, registering two shots and a minus-1 rating in a loss to Chicago.
Eberle has not been a good play lately. He's been held without a point in seven straight games and was even held without a shot in two of those contests. Outside of Connor McDavid's line, the Oilers offense has been tepid and Eberle is no exception.
Eberle scored twice and had a pair of assists in Saturday's win over the Flames.
A monstrous night from Eberle, who cracked the 30-point mark during the game. The 26-year-old has scored 11 times in 49 games and is currently skating on the second line. Eberle isn't having a spectacular season, but with 32 points in 49 games and solid power-play production, the former 34-goal-scorer is worth owning in most leagues.