Schaller scored two even-strength goals in 12:19 of ice time in Sunday's 3-2 win against Dallas. After Schaller had been stuck in the press box for the past nine games, he delivered his first, and only, multi-goal performance of the campaign. The performance will likely generate more ice time for the 28-year-old, but he can't be trusted fantasy wise, sitting at seven points in 38 games.
Schaller has been a healthy scratch for the past nine games. Schaller has appeared in just 36 games for the Canucks, collecting five points along the way. Even when he's in the lineup, he doesn't produce much aside from a hit or two (58 on the season). Best to leave him off your fantasy radar.
Schaller has been a healthy scratch for four of Vancouver's last six games. Schaller is clearly nothing more than an emergency depth option for the Canucks this season, so there's no reason for fantasy owners to keep tabs on his status.
Schaller has watched the past two matches from the press box. That makes five trips to the press box in the last 11 games for Schaller, who could be scratched more often as the season progresses. He's appeared in 29 games for the Canucks, and picked up five assists, but hasn't found the back of the net yet. With Jay Beagle back in the lineup, and the addition of Josh Leivo, it appears Schaller is the odd man out.
Schaller picked up an assist in Tuesday's loss to Minnesota. That gives Schaller two points in his past three games. It's unlikely that he'll string together more productive outings given his five points in 26 games this year. Schaller has spent the bulk of his time recently on the fourth line and hasn't played more than 10 minutes in a game since Nov. 19.
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