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Chris Neil, # 25
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
53268-4112
 
Craig Anderson, # 41
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPW-L-OTSOSV%GAA
4221-17-13.9132.91
 
News
Anderson will start in goal Monday against the Lightning, Steve Lloyd of TSN reports.

Anderson continues to work as the primary netminder for the Senators, and he'll give it another go Monday following a nice start against the Maple Leafs in which he allowed just one goal on 27 shots. However, the netminder allowed three goals on 10 shots and six goals on 44 shots in his two previous outings, so it's probably best to temper expectations for Anderson heading into a matchup with a Lightning club that's scored nine goals over two February contests.

Milan Michalek, # 9
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
326410112
 
Injuries
Finger - Out until at least Feb 8 (Updated - 2/6/16)
Marc Methot, # 3
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
44257826
 
Bobby Ryan, # 6
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
52192645-112
 
Mike Hoffman, # 68
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
4923184168
 
Kyle Turris, # 7
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
47131730-1026
 
News
Turris (ankle) will return to the lineup Saturday against the Maple Leafs.

He missed six games with an ankle injury, and his owners can now rest easy knowing he is back in the fold. Deploy him as usual Saturday.

Zack Smith, # 15
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
5210515556
 
Erik Karlsson, # 65
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
53114859730
 
News
Karlsson had four assists Saturday in a 6-1 win over Toronto. He finished with a plus-5 rating and has seven assists in three games since the All-Star break.

He now has 48 assists and moves into sole possession of the top of the NHL's assist leader board. Karlsson is also tied with the Stars' Jamie Benn for second in NHL overall scoring with 59 points. He's worth every penny in fantasy.

Jared Cowen, # 2
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
37044716
 
Mark Stone, # 61
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
51142438-1328
 
Patrick Wiercioch, # 46
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
45044-422
 
David Dziurzynski, # 59
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
14134-49
 
Injuries
Undisclosed - Out until at least Feb 13 (Updated - 2/6/16)
News
Dziurzynski (undisclosed) is now on injured reserve, per the NHL's official media site.

Dziurzynski skated for just 3:21 in Thursday's game against the Oilers before colliding with Oilers defenseman Darnell Nurse and ultimately sustaining an injury. A physical forward in his first NHL season, Dziurzynski has four points in 14 games this season and when healthy, brings size to the lineup at 6-foot-3, 215 pounds. However, the Senators have since called up forward Nick Paul from AHL Binghamton and he has a similar stature as Dziurzynski, so Senators' opponents could still be faced with an imposing presence on the lower lines in Saturday's game against the Maple Leafs.

Mark Borowiecki, # 74
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
53112-4101
 
Jean-Gabriel Pageau, # 44
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
531282036
 
Shane Prince, # 10
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
38291126
 
Mika Zibanejad, # 93
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
52112132-216
 
Cody Ceci, # 5
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
4651015-314
 
Curtis Lazar, # 27
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
48591409
 
Andrew Hammond, # 30
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPW-L-OTSOSV%GAA
123-5-10.9003.10
 
News
Hammond gave up four goals on 18 shots after relieving Craig Anderson in Thursday's 7-2 loss to the Oilers.

Anderson keeps giving Hammond opportunities to cut into his playing time, and the Hamburglar keeps blowing them. He's been blown up for a dozen goals in his last two starts and hasn't been able to establish any reasonable level of consistency in his backup role. That said, he famously caught fire in the second half of last season, so maybe Anderson's struggles will motivate the Sens to give Hammond a little extra run to see if lightning can strike twice.