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Winnipeg Jets' Alex Burmistrov Picks up two points in opener
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Burmistrov netted two points in the season opener against Boston on Thursday, picking up a secondary assist and an empty-net goal. He finished plus-4 with two PIM.

Maybe they weren't the most impressive points Burmistrov will earn this year, but the young Russian skated 17:41 and stuffed the stat sheet, demonstrating the sort of fantasy potential that he brings in his return to the NHL. Burmistrov may have flown a bit under the radar in most fantasy drafts this year, but he makes for an appetizing waiver-wire add in the early going.

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Boston Bruins' Tuukka Rask Gives up five in Opening Night loss
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Rask put up an ugly stat line in Thursday's season-opening loss to Winnipeg, giving up five goals on 31 shots.

After a disappointing 2014-15 that Rask and the Bruins opened with an inconsistent first half and finished on the outside looking in at the playoff picture, this certainly wasn't the start they wanted to get off to in the new campaign. The back end of the Boston blue line isn't pretty, particularly with Zdeno Chara and and Dennis Seidenberg out of the lineup due to injury, and it showed in this one. Expect Rask to be back out there looking for better results in Saturday's rivalry matchup against the Habs.

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Buffalo Sabres' Jack Eichel Scores first NHL goal
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Eichel scored his first NHL goal in Thursday's 3-1 loss to Ottawa.

The goal came in the third period on a Sabres power play to snap Craig Anderson's shutout bid. Eichel was the recipient of a deft pass from Marcus Foligno, and showed a shooter's patience before sniping it top shelf. Eichel should be one of the team's leading scorers this year.

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Winnipeg Jets' Ondrej Pavelec Stops 29, claims win in opener
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Pavelec stopped 29 of 31 shots to take home a 6-2 season-opening win in Boston on Thursday night.

Pavelec gave up the game's first goal 5:36 into the first period, but almost entirely stifled the Bruins from there while his offense woke up in the latter two periods. Coming off the best season of his career, Pavelec has a legitimate chance to marginalize Michael Hutchinson if he can maintain a level of play this high, but the likeliest outcome has the Czech goalie drawing between 50 and 55 starts.

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Houston Texans' Arian Foster Exits with possible concussion
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Foster left Thursday's game against the Colts in the second quarter with a possible concussion, ESPN's Tania Ganguli reports.

Foster was visibly shaken up after taking a hard hit from Colts LB D'qwell Jackson late in the second quarter. Foster came off the field with trainers, but he returned one play, then was taken back out of the game. Shortly thereafter, he slammed a gatorade cooler on the sideline and left for the locker room. With Foster now being evaluated for a concussion, Alfred Blue will likely lead the Houston backfield for the rest of the night.

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