Horvat netted his 20th goal of the year in a 7-2 loss to the Sharks on Monday. Horvat has posted 20 goals in three consecutive seasons. He added three shots and went minus-2 in the blowout loss. Horvat has 44 points in 57 games, putting him on pace to easily surpass his career high of 52 from 2016-17. He's not the first choice at center for many fantasy owners, but he packs a productive punch in most formats.
Horvat tallied his 19th goal of the season just 44 seconds into a 4-3 shootout win over the Flames on Saturday. This was Horvat's first goal in six games. He was also impressive at the faceoff dot, going 16-for-20. Horvat is up to 43 points in 56 games, and forms a formidable top-two for the Canucks at center with Elias Pettersson, who also scored Saturday.
Horvat tallied an assist in Wednesday's loss to Carolina. Horvat heads into the All-Star break riding a three-game point streak, comprised of a goal and three assists. He only had one point in the prior five games, so it's encouraging to see him back on track. Horvat has 41 points in 51 games, and is already just three points shy of matching last year's total.
As expected, Horvat (lower body) will play in Friday's game against the Sabres. Horvat suffered a charley horse during Wednesday's game against the Oilers, but it appears the issue will be contained to the one contest. He should receive his usual allotment of ice time against the Sabres.
Horvat (lower body) should be able to play Friday versus Buffalo. Horvat sustained a charley horse in Vancouver's last game but should be fine to face the Sabres on Friday. He's struggled of late, managing only three points over his last 10 contests. Be sure to check back before puck drop to confirm that the 23-year-old is in fact in the lineup. The youngster has averaged a career-high 20:56 of ice time per game in 2018-19.
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