Dadonov registered a power-play goal and an assist Saturday, pacing the Panthers to a 6-3 road win over the Flames. Dadonov only skated for 14:28 in this one. While that was near a season low, he still managed to stretch his goal streak to three games. The Russian is averaging 3:23 on the power play with 10 points had in that special teams situation, making him a rather strong complementary forward in the fantasy arena.
Dadonov recorded two goals and six shots through 20:34 of ice time (3:18 with the man advantage) during Monday's 7-4 win over Edmonton. The Russian snapped a four-game goal drought Monday, and he was especially dangerous in this contest. Dadonov has adjusted well to the NHL this season and is now up to a respectable 13 goals, 20 assists and 117 shots through just 45 games. With a top-six gig and power-play minutes secured, there aren't many fantasy settings where he isn't a serviceable asset.
Dadonov extended his point streak to six games Saturday, contributing a pair of assists in a loss to the Predators. Dadonov has been excellent of late, racking up three goals and five points in his last three outings. The Russian stud has met expectations on Florida's top line this season and is now up to 29 points in 37 games. His offensive skills and power-play production make him worth rolling out whenever the Panthers are in action.
Dadonov scored two goals and recorded eight shots during Friday's 4-2 loss to Calgary. The Russian has returned to top-line duty alongside Aleksander Barkov and Jonathan Huberdeau, and Dadonov now sports a four-game point streak with two goals, three assists and 15 shots. Considering his cushy fantasy setup and chemistry with Barkov and Huberdeau, there aren't many settings where Dadonov can't provide serviceable numbers. Scoop him up where available.
Dadonov recorded an assist, three shots and logged 18:00 of ice time (1:14 with the man advantage) during Friday's 4-2 loss to Detroit. The Russian clicked with Jonathan Huberdeau on Aleksander Barkov's third-period goal Friday, and fantasy owners should take note. After all, when Dadonov skated with Barkov and Huberdeau in October, the trio combined for 5.57 goals per 60 minutes at five-on-five. Dadonov is an add candidate in most settings and should tilt the offensive scales as long as he's skating on the No. 1 line and top power-play unit.
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