Zucker scored twice Saturday against the Sharks in a 6-3 win. Zucker finishes the season with a career-high 33 goals and 64 points, the third straight season he's improved his point totals. He's been very efficient this season, finishing third in team scoring despite averaging just 17 minutes per game. His shooting percentage has also improved for the third straight season. The 26-year-old has taken another step in his development this season and could be a threat to score 30 goals again next year, especially with his speed and if he continues to get a lot of time on the power play.
Zucker had an assist on Matt Dumba's goal as his side took a 3-1 loss on Wednesday against Anaheim. Zucker is now equally adept at shooting (31 goals) as he is at passing (31 assists) in 2017-18, and in both situations, he's been a strong asset for his owners. Assuming he plays in two almost meaningless games, he should continue to make his fantasy owners happy.
Zucker scored a goal and added an assist -- both on the power play -- during Thursday's 5-2 win over Dallas. The 26-year-old winger continues to reach new benchmarks. After collecting his 30th goal Saturday, Zucker has now also recorded his first 60-point campaign. He's locked into a scoring role with the Wild, and while it might prove difficult to duplicate his 2.49 points per 60 minutes at even strength next year, there's room for improvement with the man advantage. Zucker has only registered seven goals and eight assists on the power play this season, after all.
Zucker scored his 30th goal of the season and had an assist in Saturday's win over the Predators. This marks the first 30-goal campaign for Zucker, who is in his fourth full NHL season. The first-line winger now has an impressive 59 points in 74 games and remains a fixture on the power play. Zucker has recorded five points (two goals) and 14 shots on goal over his last four games and is finishing the regular season strong, so make sure he's in your lineup.
Zucker scored his 29th goal of the year and added an assist Friday in a 4-2 win over Vegas. Zucker has cooled off a bit since the end of February, but he remains a viable option for your fantasy squad even when he's not averaging more than two points a game, as he's posted 56 points in 71 games. As long as he keeps himself near 20 minutes of ice time a game, he'll have plenty of opportunities to contribute to your roster.
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