Marian Gaborik

#12 RW / Los Angeles Kings / EXP: 16YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 205 lb Age: 35 College: None

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  • Gaborik scored his 400th career NHL goal in Tuesday's win over the Wild. Gaborik had a pair of goals in the victory, with the latter one being of special meaning. It's hard to believe he's got 400 goals, but it's also easy to forget that Gaborik was a 40-goal stud in his prime. He can still contribute when he's healthy at this stage in his career, as the speedy forward now has four goals and seven assists in seven games. His bottom-six role isn't ideal from a fantasy perspective, but Gaborik plays on the power play and still has plenty to offer -- at least in deeper formats.

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  • Gaborik netted a pair of goals in Thursday's win over the Capitals. They were the first two goals of the year for Gaborik, who made his season debut last week against Arizona. The 35-year-old is a frustrating fantasy player due to his injury trouble and streakiness, but he's gotten on the scoresheet in three of four contests thus far. Gaborik is skating on the third line, but is seeing power-play time, so he might be a decent addition in deeper formats. Keep in mind, though, he's only potted a combined 21 goals over the past two years and his best days are behind him.

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  • Gaborik (knee) will rejoin his teammates for Friday's tilt against Arizona. Gaborik will finally make his season debut after spending his team's first 22 games on injured reserve. The injury-prone 35-year-old scored just 22 goals in 110 appearances over his previous two campaigns, so don't expect him to be a major difference maker for this defensively oriented squad.

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  • Kings' Marian Gaborik: Nearing return to action
    By RotoWire Staff

    Gaborik (knee) could be available to suit up for the Kings as early as Wednesday, per Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West. In order for Gaborik to make his 2017-18 debut, he would need to be activated off injured reserve, so fantasy owners will want to keep an eye out for that update from the team. Based on Tuesday's report, the winger would likely suit up alongside Jussi Jokinen and Jonny Brodzinski in a bottom-six role. In the event the veteran is not cleared to play Wednesday, the Kings will face back-to-back opponents Friday and Saturday -- the Coyotes and Ducks, respectively -- which would present additional opportunities for him to return to the lineup.

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  • Kings' Marian Gaborik: No timetable for return
    By RotoWire Staff

    Gaborik (knee) skated with his teammates but still has no timetable for a return, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports. Gaborik has been out all season with his knee injury, and it doesn't seem like he will be back anytime soon. While he skated Tuesday, he did not take part in rushes, and not having a timetable is a bad sign.

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