Patrick Marleau

#12 LW / Toronto Maple Leafs / EXP: 19YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 215 lb Age: 38 College: None

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  • Marleau scored the game-winning goal Friday against the Hurricanes. It was already the fourth game-winning goal of the season for Marleau, who has picked up points in three of his last four contests. The veteran may be centering the fourth line right now, but he struck on the power play Friday and is now up to nine goals and 16 points in 21 contests on the season. Considering the veteran has been held off the scoresheet in just two of his last nine outings, Marleau makes for a valuable fantasy play in a wide array of formats.

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  • Marleau moved to center for Wednesday's game against the Wild (because Auston Matthews was scratched) and delivered a goal in 14:33. Yes, he can play center, but no, it's not ideal at this point in his career. Marleau has delivered 11 points in 17 games this season, but could see depressed output with the increased workload that comes at center.

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  • Maple Leafs' Patrick Marleau: Tallies two points
    By RotoWire Staff

    Marleau scored a goal and added an assist in a 3-1 win over the Ducks on Wednesday. The 38-year-old's exodus from San Jose has gone well thus far, as he has five goals and four assists through 13 games. That's impressive given his age, but he did score 27 goals last season, so it shouldn't come as a surprise.

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  • Marleau stepped into the role of second-line center for the third period of Monday's game in San Jose when coach Mike Babcock benched Tyler Bozak. Marleau is versatile, but we think he's better on the wing at this point in his career. Keep an eye on this. His production might slip short term if Babcock keeps Bozak in the doghouse.

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  • Marleau had the game-winning goal in Monday's 3-2 victory over Los Angeles. The veteran has adjusted well to his new surroundings in Ontario. Marleau has averaged just under a point per game and could be in line for his best season since 2014 if the Maple Leafs can keep the scoring up.

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