Kopitar had a pair of assists in Sunday's overtime win over Team Sweden at the World Cup of Hockey.
A solid outing for the Los Angeles forward, who picked up a helper in the team's previous game against Team Canada. He currently skating on a line with Tomas Tatar and is sure to play a key role in Team Europe's matchup with Team Canada in the finals. Kopitar, who had 74 points in 2015-16, should be at the top of his game when the NHL season starts up in a couple weeks.
Tatar scored a pair of goals, including the overtime winner, in Sunday's semi-final game against Team Sweden.
Tatar picked a fantastic time to get going in the tournament. The Red Wings forward had been quiet in the opening three games of the World Cup, but exploded Sunday, striking twice and firing five shots on goal. Now that the 25-year-old has gotten going, look for the 21-goal-scorer in the NHL to be a key player in the final series between Canada and Europe.
Dawson converted one of his two field goal attempts Sunday, hitting from 22 but missing from 53 in a loss to Seattle.
With just three field goals through three games, Chip Kelly's uptempo offense hasn't resulted in more scoring opportunities for the veteran kicker. While Sunday's 53-yard miss likely didn't negatively affect fantasy owners, a successful attempt would have gone a long way in saving an otherwise mediocre output.
White caught six passes for 62 yards on a team-high 14 targets in Sunday's 31-17 loss to the Cowboys.
It's tough to seem invisible when you get 14 targets, but White almost managed the feat until he made an acrobatic, 32-yard grab late in the fourth quarter, providing his only real highlight of the game. Zach Miller and Alshon Jeffery were both far more efficient, but the Bears will likely keep feeding their young wideout in what's quickly shaped up as a rebuilding year. Next up is a Detroit team that was roasted by Aaron Rodgers and Jordy Nelson on Sunday.
Celek posted season-highs in catches (three) and yards (25) after Vance McDonald left Sunday's game against Seattle with a hip injury.
While a three-catch, 25-yard day is nothing to write home about, Celek did enter Sunday's contest with just two total catches. The extent of McDonald's injury is not known, but Celek would step into a larger passing role against the Cowboys next week if his fellow tight end is not able to suit up. He wouldn't become a must-start in standard leagues, but he could have value as a punt play in daily formats after posting 186 yards and three touchdowns in a limited role last season.