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Marian Hossa, # 81
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
50918271218
 
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Hossa filled up the stat sheet with a goal, an assist, a plus-2 rating, and three shots in 18:30 played during Thursday's overtime win over the Coyotes.

Hossa is showing signs of slowing down at age 37, but he has made up for his modest 27 points through 50 games with an excellent plus-12 rating. While he doesn't have multi-point games like this as often as he once did, Hossa's strong two-way play and prominent role on a talented Blackhawks team make him a high-floor fantasy option.

Michal Rozsival, # 32
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GPGAPTS+/-PIM
2914548
 
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Roszival (lower body) will return to the lineup for Thursday's game against the Coyotes, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

Roszival missed Tuesday's contest against the Avalanche with the lower-body issue, but it sounds as though the extra couple days of rest was enough for him to rejoin the lineup. Either Victor Svedberg or Erik Gustafssson will likely come out to make room for his return.

Corey Crawford, # 50
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPW-L-OTSOSV%GAA
4430-12-27.9302.15
 
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Crawford will get the start in goal Saturday against the Stars, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports.

Crawford was shaky in his last outing, surrendering four goals on 28 shots, but did enough to earn a 5-4 overtime victory over the Coyotes on Thursday. The 31-year-old netminder will look to bounce back Saturday in an tough road matchup with a Stars club averaging 3.32 goals per game at home this season, third in the NHL.

Duncan Keith, # 2
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45724311412
 
Brent Seabrook, # 7
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GPGAPTS+/-PIM
5572532822
 
Patrick Kane, # 88
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553144752224
 
Niklas Hjalmarsson, # 4
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5521214924
 
Jonathan Toews, # 19
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542116371638
 
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Toews scored two goals on four shots in his return to the Blackhawks lineup Thursday.

Toews was suspended for Monday's game against the Avalanche after missing the All-Star game due to an illness, but made up for lost time by potting a shorthanded second-period tally along with the overtime winner in his return. Chicago's captain had gone scoreless in each of his previous five appearances, but it looks like the extended break was all he needed to find his scoring touch.

Artem Anisimov, # 15
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5417112868
 
Richard Panik, # 14
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1031410
 
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Panik found the back of the net Tuesday, helping the Blackhawks to a 2-1 win over the Avalanche.

Panik has scored twice in the past five games but it's worth noting that his playing time has been quite sporadic from one game to the next. The Slovak fell below the 10-minute mark in a pair of games that surrounded 12:15 on the ice against the Panthers on Jan. 22. The unpredictable level of playing time continued Tuesday as he was on the rink for 13:35, the most he's played in nine games this campaign. It's tough for a guy like Panik to establish an offensive rhythm when dealing with such inconsistent playing time so it's best to wait for that to happen before deploying him outside of deep fantasy leagues.

Andrew Desjardins, # 11
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
50617-822
 
Brandon Mashinter, # 53
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23202-214
 
Phillip Danault, # 24
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22145-12
 
Andrew Shaw, # 65
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55916251145
 
Teuvo Teravainen, # 86
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5191322410
 
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Teravainen failed to get on the scoresheet Tuesday night against the Avalanche, extending his pointless streak to five games.

Under ordinary circumstances, this skid by Teravainen wouldn't be too alarming. After all, even the best players slump from time to time and this still isn't the longest offensive drought from Taravainen this season. However, Teravainen is anything but ordinary. When you consider that the Finn was the 18th overall draft selection in 2012 and plays in the top-six for a Blackhawks team loaded with offensive talent, it's reasonable to expect more from No. 86. Teravainen has yet to score on the road this season but he'll look to stop that trend while visiting Arizona on Thurday.

Scott Darling, # 33
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GPW-L-OTSOSV%GAA
135-4-20.9112.61
 
Dennis Rasmussen, # 70
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2834754
 
Erik Gustafsson, # 52
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2208890
 
Artemi Panarin, # 72
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55183250818
 
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Panarin dished out three assists during Thursday's 5-4 overtime win in Arizona.

Panarin entered the All-Star break with just one point in his previous four games, but has picked up the pace with a goal and three assists in two contests since returning to action. The rookie has shown no signs of slowing down, and should continue to get on the score sheet consistently as long as he's skating on a line with points leader Patrick Kane.