Fabbri had just 10:08 TOI on Saturday, but is probably deserving of more. He's had points in the three games since the All-Star break, something that should not go unnoticed on a team that's been struggling offensively. We'll need to see how Fabbri's role is impacted by the return of Jaden Schwartz (ankle), but he's helped offensively (11 goals, 10 assists) while Schwartz has been out since late October.
Tyler Zeller scored a season-high 17 points in Sunday's win versus the Kings.
Brad Stevens has woken the bearded sleeping giant. After three months of fantasy irrelevance, Zeller has now posted four straight productive games in February. Over that span, he's averaged 13.8 points, 6.5 boards and 1.3 blocks from 21 minutes per game, while shooting 69% from the field. While it's hard to expect this trend to continue for the rest of the season, Zeller now makes for a very intriguing daily fantasy play.
The five-year veteran's dominant afternoon rightfully secured him MVP honors, making him only the 10th defensive player to receive the award, and third linebacker overall. Miller's two strip-sacks of Cam Newton provided immeasurable benefit to a
Schwartz's return is imminent and, given the
Alex Pietrangelo (knee) and the St. Louis Blues had Sunday off, so an update to his injury is expected Monday, the St. Lois Post-Dispatch reports.
Pietrangelo left Saturday night's win over the Wild after getting jacked along he boards and leaving the ice limping. He's one of five Blues to have skated in every game and is considered day-to-day heading into Tuesday night's game against Winnipeg.
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