Justin Williams

#14 RW / Carolina Hurricanes / EXP: 16YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 186 lb Age: 36 College: None

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Two more assists Thursday

    Justin Williams dished out a pair of helpers in Thursday's 5-2 loss to the Devils.Williams now has four assists in his last two games. The 36-year-old winger still has some gas left in the tank, as he's just two points away from eclipsing 40 for the seventh time in the last eight seasons.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Chips in two helpers in win

    Justin Williams collected two assists -- one on the power play -- during Tuesday's 7-3 win over Los Angeles.At this stage of William's career, fantasy owners should know what to expect. The veteran chips in semi-regular offense and helps in the PIM column, but he offers limited upside. Williams now has 10 goals and 26 assists for the campaign and projects to top 40 points for the fifth consecutive season.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Records two points

    Justin Williams scored a goal and picked up an assist in Thursday's 6-5 victory over the Canadiens.Williams scored the game-winner midway through the third period 10 seconds after Montreal had tied things up. The veteran now has four points (two goals and two assists) in his last four games, bringing his total to 31 in 2017-18. Williams is on pace to surpass his point total from last season (48) and is worth a speculative look in deeper formats with limited waiver-wire options.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: On pace for another 50-point season

    Justin Williams snapped a four-game pointless skid with a power-play assist in Tuesday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Capitals.The 36-year-old Williams now has 25 points in 39 games, which is a 50-point pace and perfectly in line with what he's produced the past two seasons. He's certainly living up to expectations in Raleigh, and one reason why the 18-13-8 Canes are currently in playoff contention. Keep him active in medium to deeper formats.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Marks scoresheet twice in overtime win

    Justin Williams recorded a goal, an assist and four shots through 18:47 of ice time (1:43 on the power play) during Friday's 5-4 overtime win against Buffalo.The two-point showing has Williams in range to take a run at 20 goals and 60 points, and he's got off to the rock-solid start in somewhat quiet fashion. He's locked into a top-six role with power-play time, so there's no reason to expect the established scorer's numbers to dip significantly moving forward.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Posts power-play goal in victory

    Justin Williams scored a power-play goal and recorded seven shots on net in a 4-3 shootout victory against the Predators on Sunday.The veteran wing only has four goals this season, and half of them have come with the man advantage. He has five total points on the power play, which puts him on pace to surpass his 10 power-play points from 2016-17 by around the All-Star break. Unless Williams heats up soon, he probably won't hit the 20-goal mark again, but he can still provide some help on special teams.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Bags two helpers

    Justin Williams picked up two assists in Friday's loss to Toronto.Williams is now up to 16 points in 21 contests and is one of the better depth scorers around. The veteran has been fairly consistent with his offensive production and is showing he's still got plenty of gas left in the tank. He's stuck on just three goals, but Williams fired five shots on goal Friday and could start picking it up in that department. He usually never finishes the season with a huge point total, but Williams can go off on any given night, so he's likely worth getting into your lineup.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Multi-point efforts masking streaky play

    Justin Williams registered a primary assist followed by an empty-net goal as the Carolina Hurricanes edged the Panthers 3-1 at home Tuesday.This was the third two-point effort of the season for Williams, who's a bit of an enigma in the attacking zone. However, despite the spotty production, he typically falls in the 40-point range by season's end.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Crafting another hot streak

    Justin Williams posted an assist at even strength and on the power play Sunday, having done his fair share in a 4-3 home loss to the Ducks that went through a shootout.He was unable to convert for the first shootout attempt. It's been a campaign filled with peaks and valleys for Williams, as he snapped a three-game pointless drought Friday against the Blues and now has three points in his last two contests. The veteran is averaging a respectable 2:40 of ice time on the man advantage for a Carolina squad that sits in the middle of the pack in that special teams category, converting six of 35 opportunities.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Extends pointless drought to three games

    Justin Williams was held off the scoresheet for the third straight game Thursday against the Maple Leafs. He finished with a minus-1 rating and five shots on goal.After storming out of the gate with five points in his first five games, Williams is scuffling a bit right now, which is to be expected over the course of an 82-game season. The good news is, even though Williams is currently skating on the third line, his average ice time is still a very respectable 16:53, including 2:48 on the power play. Don't forget, the 'Canes added Williams as a means to upgrade their offense in the offseason, so they will give him every opportunity to succeed in that regard. Keep him rolling.