Zadorov has collected 23 hits in five games in February. The Russian defenseman is one-dimensional, but he is quite good at that one dimension. His season total stands at 135 hits, but with only eight points (five goals, three assists) in 44 games, he likely won't be worth attention in most formats.
Zadorov recorded seven hits versus Toronto on Monday, his first game back from a 10-game stint on the sidelines due to a lower-body injury. Zadorov didn't pick up any points, but did register four PIM, four shots and one block in 20:05 of ice time. Now that the Russian is healthy, he should log big minutes on the Colorado blue line, though his absence from the power play limits his fantasy value.
Zadorov (lower body) will return to the lineup against Toronto on Monday, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports. Zadorov will be back in action following a 10-game stint on the sidelines. Prior to getting hurt, the blueliner hadn't scored in his previous nine contests and was averaging just 14:54 of ice time. The Russian figures to slot into the third pairing for either Mark Barberio or Ryan Graves.
Zadorov (lower body) isn't in the projected lineup for Friday's game against the Rangers. Zadorov will miss a seventh straight game Friday, and there's still no timeline for his return. Either way, the towering defenseman has only totaled three goals and five points while averaging 15:41 of ice time in 34 appearances this campaign, making his fantasy value meager at best in most formats.
Zadorov (lower body) will not suit up against the Kings on Monday. The 23-year-old blueliner will miss his fifth consecutive game, last playing on Dec. 19. Zadorov has just three goals and five points in 34 contests, so his absence shouldn't be too impactful in most fantasy leagues.
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