Justin Williams tallied a goal and went plus-3 in Wednesday's 5-3 win over the Jets.
Williams is a steady offensive contributor for a Washington Capitals team that has now won three straight games. The 34-year-old has heavily sprinkled scoresheets with six goals and 10 assists this campaign.
Justin Williams scored his fifth goal of the season in Saturday's 7-3 blowout over Colorado
The tally gives Williams three goals and four points in his last five games, production that has moved him up to the second line alongside Evgeny Kuznetsov and Marcus Johansson. With 15 points in 19 games, the 34-year-old winger is proving to be invaluable to the Washington Capitals and fantasy owners who were able to grab him late in drafts. As long as he's earning top-six minutes on such a talented team, he should be in your lineup every night.
Justin Williams scored a goal and chipped in a power-play assist Thursday in a 5-2 win over the Flyers.
He didn't exceed 24 assists in any of the past three seasons, but Williams has already dished out 10 only 15 games into this campaign. He's on a neat point-per-game pace over his last nine, too, so it looks like the move from Los Angeles to the nation's capital has been quite a favorable one for the veteran winger.
Justin Williams scored a goal on four shots in Friday's 2-1 win over Columbus.
Williams also added two hits and finished with a plus-1 rating. The 34-year-old has two goals and five assists in his first nine games with the Washington Capitals and is a fixture in the top-six of a potent offense. While he may not be able to sustain this pace over a full season, Williams is certainly worth owning in all formats as long as he continues to play quality minutes at even-strength and on the power play.
Justin Williams will play Wednesday against the Penguins, Mike Vogel of Caps365 reports.
After missing Tuesday's practice with the flu, the Caps have confirmed that Williams is set to play Wednesday. The puck possession monster has been pivotal to the Caps' hot start.