Jackson will play Monday night against the Broncos after missing two weeks with a hamstring injury.
Jackson's return will be a boost to Houston's secondary, which has suffered through injuries to its top performers that last few weeks, including the loss of Kevin Johnson (foot) to injured reserve.
Ritchie skated on the top line with Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry and logged 16:02 of ice time. The 20-year-old was a 39-goal scorer in the OHL and could be worth looking at in deeper leagues if he sticks on Anaheim's top line. Ritchie also dished out four hits Sunday; he's a big-bodied forward who can help fantasy owners out in the physical categories.
The good times continue to roll for the captain, who now has eight points in his last five games. The 31-year-old remains a lethal fantasy asset, and he should improve on the lackluster 13 goals he mustered in 2015-16. Although he only has one tally so far this season, the veteran is a proven scorer who should start finding twine soon, but he needs to shoot more often; after firing 10 shots on goal in the season opener, he's slowed down since, including totaling only three shots in the last three games.
Perry is riding a three-game point streak and now has five points in six games to open the season. He's been a great all-around fantasy asset with 10 PIM and 23 shots on goal, so make sure he's in your lineup whenever the
It was the fourth straight start for Gibson, who made some clutch stops and advanced to 2-2-1 in the process. He's currently sporting an .891 save percentage, but is trending in the right direction with back-to-back victories. With Frederik Andersen having departed for Toronto in the offseason, Gibson will be the workhorse for the