Schenn scored a second-period goal during Wednesday's loss to Washington.
Outside of his minus-19 rating, Schenn is having another solid fantasy campaign. He's posted 19 goals, 39 points and 128 shots with 38 PIM and 156 hits, which makes him a solid cross-category contributor in the majority of seasonal settings. He's also now scored in three consecutive games, and there is no reason to expect him to suddenly stop tipping the scales across all categories.
The assist snapped a 34-game point drought, and Manning owned a minus-14 rating and registered just 37 shots and 36 blocked shots during the span. Considering the lack of production, he currently checks out as a fantasy afterthought in all settings.
Neuvirth saved just 25 of 29 shots during Wednesday's loss to Washington.
Facing Washington's juggernaut offense is never a friendly fantasy situation, and relying on Neuvirth was ill-advised Wednesday. He has grabbed a stranglehold of the Philly crease by allowing two goals or fewer in seven of his previous eight outings, but his .911 save percentage during the stretch speaks more to the Flyers limiting opponents than Neuvirth's play. Expect Steve Mason to receive another look sooner than later, and neither goalie should be considered a reliable fantasy option at this stage of the game.
Holtby saved 33 of 34 shots during Wednesday's win over Philadelphia.
There isn't much to say about Holtby at this point of the game. He's been an elite goalie for the past three seasons and is currently in the midst of the best campaign of the stretch. Wednesday's victory was his 30th win of the season, and he entered the contest with a rock-solid .926 save percentage and 2.01 GAA. Continue to view Holtby as a set-and forget goalie in seasonal leagues and a top-tier option that's usually worth spending up for in daily contests.
Williams collected two assists -- one on the power play -- during Wednesday's win over Philadelphia.
After a hot midseason stretch (15 goals and 24 points through 24 games), Williams entered Wednesday's tilt with three consecutive pointless outings and just four points through his past 10 contests. It's likely best to expect offensive peaks and valleys from the 35-year-old winger. Still, iin most seasonal settings, it's worth enduring the few dry spells considering the elite talent Williams shares the ice with. His high fantasy ceiling and modest price is also attractive in daily contests.