B-Dub benefited from a perfectly timed screen from Cam Atkinson and then roofed the puck top-shelf behind Matt Murray. The power-play pivot has been an absolute monster in the month of February, ringing up four goals, six assists, 37 hits, and a plus-9 rating over that span. However, the major downside is that he hasn't recorded a power-play point in 28 games.
Dubinsky set up both Columbus goals in a 2-1 win over Detroit on Saturday.
Duber has seven points (two goals, five assists) and 22 hits in his last five games. He's a worthy waiver grab right now and he's probably lurking on the wire given his poor overall production. Snag him.
Dubinsky scored a goal and added two assists in a 3-2 overtime win over Detroit on Tuesday.
Dubi factored into all the scoring for the Jackets, bringing him up to 25 points in 50 games this season. More importantly, the American has rattled off nine points over his last 10 contests, so he's providing sneaky value right now after an underwhelming first half -- especially considering his 152 hits, which is the 13th most in the league.
You never want to get caught up in narratives, but Dubinsky has taken a shine to upping his game against Pittsburgh. After Friday's two-point night, the 30-year-old center has a respectable 11 goals and 31 points through 45 games against the Penguins, which is a much better pace than his six tallies and 16 assists through 48 games this season. Dubinsky also entered Friday's contest beginning 58.1 percent of his five-on-five shifts in the defensive zone and averaging only 1:21 of power-play time with three points on the man advantage, so don't get too excited about his fantasy prospects going forward.
Bobrovsky lit the lamp twice in Tuesday's 4-1 win over Carolina -- his first goals since Dec. 9.
Although he produced a semi-reasonable eight assists over his 17-game span between goals, the veteran pivot has still been a massive disappointment to fantasy owners, as he's in the midst of his worst NHL campaign since breaking in full-time back in 2007-08. On the bright side, he skated 1:35 on the power play after seeing no man-advantage time in the Jackets' last game, and perhaps these two tallies will launch Dubinsky into a strong second half. Nonetheless, fantasy owners should take a skeptical, wait-and-see approach here.