Fehr has four points while averaging just 11:53 of ice time in his last 10 games. Stuck on the fourth line for much of the season, Fehr has still been able to produce 15 points in 66 games. The 33-year-old has also added to his value on the defensive end, dishing out 35 hits and 43 blocks. With an average of just two seconds of power-play time this campaign, Fehr doesn't provide any legitimate fantasy value going forward.
Fehr notched his sixth goal of the season in Sunday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Predators. The tally was Fehr's first point since Dec. 29, a span of 19 appearances, during which he also spent time out with an undisclosed injury. He blocked two shots and fired two shots on goal in Sunday's contest. Fehr has 11 points in 56 games with a minus-11 rating this season, making him a fantasy non-factor.
Fehr has no points while averaging 8:39 of ice time since the calendar turned to February. The 33-year-old has been a staple as the fourth-line center for the Wild, but hasn't quite produced. In 50 games this campaign, Fehr has racked up only 10 points. One main reason he's having a tough time scoring could be the fact that he has more games played (50) than shots on goal (45). Keep Fehr on the waiver wire.
Fehr (illness) is set to return to the lineup against the Oilers on Thursday, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports. Fehr was held out of Tuesday's clash with the Sabres due to illness, but it would appear the veteran is ready to go versus Edmonton. The gritty center has just 10 points in 43 games this season, so fantasy owners shouldn't be banking on him for consistent offensive production.
Fehr isn't expected to play Tuesday against Buffalo due to an illness, Chad Graff of The Athletic Minnesota reports. With Fehr unavailable, veteran forward Matt Hendricks will draw into the lineup against the Sabres. The 33-year-old winger will hope to recover in time for Thursday's matchup with Edmonton.
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