Justin Williams

#14 RW / Carolina Hurricanes / EXP: YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 188 lb Age: 37 College: None

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Rings up 10th goal

    Justin Williams lit the lamp and went plus-2 in Tuesday's win over the Islanders.Williams now has three goals and an assist over the last four games, and he's firing shots on net 2.79 times per game -- his highest rate since the 2013-14 campaign. Although he remains in a third-line role with power-play upside, Williams is within reach of matching 2017-18's 51-point year.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Powers Canes past Isles

    Justin Williams extended his point streak to four games with a goal in Monday's 4-3 win over the Islanders.The Carolina Hurricanes' captain is on fire right now, with three goals (two on the power play) plus a helper in his last four contests. The Canes have now won six straight and Williams is a big reason why. Grab him while he's hot.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Halfway to 40-point mark

    Justin Williams notched his 20th point of the season with an assist in Sunday's 5-3 win over the Bruins.Now one of the NHL's greybeards at 37, Williams isn't showing many signs of slowing down these days. He is third in team scoring behind Sebastian Aho (38 pts) and Teuvo Teravainen (29 pts), and remains on pace to crack the 40-point plateau for the sixth consecutive season. The Canes' captain is in the final year of a two-year, $9 million contract, so it will be interesting to see whether the team brings him back next season as a mentor for their younger players like Aho, Teravainen and rookie Andrei Svechnikov.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Adds to goal count in loss to Leafs

    Justin Williams notched a power-play goal in Tuesday's 4-1 loss to the Maple Leafs.It's hard to get too excited about Williams and the Canes this season. They didn't do much to upgrade their offense during the summer, and right now it shows, with the team relying a bit too heavily on bottom-six players like Lucas Wallmark and Jordan Martinook playing top-six roles. Lately, with Jordan Staal currently on the IR with a concussion, Williams has been skating with Wallmark and rookie Andrei Svechnikov on the team's second line. The good news is, five of Williams' six goals this season have come in the past 10 games. However, don't expect that to last given how thin the Canes are up front right now.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Leads Canes to second straight win

    Justin Williams scored his third goal of the season in Wednesday's 5-2 win over the Maple Leafs.Now with 13 points in 21 games, good for fourth in team scoring, the newly appointed captain of the Carolina Hurricanes is proving to be the heart and soul of the team this year. After an embarrassing 4-1 defeat Nov. 17 against the Blue Jackets, Williams called the loss "unacceptable" and questioned his team's work ethic. The very next night against the Devils, Williams led by example and scored a goal just 22 seconds into the game. He followed that up with his second consecutive marker Wednesday against the Leafs. Now 37, Williams is certainly getting on in years, but he looks to be re-energized this season. Given his current scoring pace, he is on track to break the 50-point barrier for the third time in four seasons. Williams makes for a good addition to any fantasy roster if you can find him on your league's waiver wire.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Producing with man advantage

    Justin Williams recorded a power-play assist for the second straight game in Thursday's 4-3 win over the Blackhawks.Williams still has just one goal through 16 games, but his 10 helpers put him on pace to finish somewhere in the 55-to-60-point range by season's end, which would be a career high for him. Williams has definitely surprised to the upside this season, and anyone who thought the 36-year-old's offensive production would tail off this year has (so far) been sadly mistaken. The greybeard continues to look awfully good skating on the Canes' second line alongside Jordan Staal and Brock McGinn, so keep him rolling.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Seven points in last three games

    Justin Williams scored a goal and added two assists in Saturday's 5-4 overtime win over the Wild. The points stretched his scoring streak to three games and seven points (one goal, six assists).His clutch reputation continues to grow. Williams found twine at the 18:51 mark of the third to force the game to overtime. And then he set up Sebastian Aho in overtime to win the game. Williams is proof-positive that old guys can deliver fantasy value. Check your wire. He might be lurking there.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Three primary assists

    Justin Williams registered three assists in Sunday's 8-5 win over the Rangers.Carolina's captain also tallied two shots on goal, but neither found twine. Williams, after being held without a point in the season's first two contests, got back to a point-a-game pace thanks to a trio of assists Sunday against New York. The 37-year-old veteran continues to be a legitimate offensive threat despite closing in on 40 years of age, and early signs suggest the former Conn Smythe trophy winner has no plans of slowing down.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Five shots in OT loss Thursday

    Justin Williams skated on the first line with Jordan Staal and Warren Foegele in Thursday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Islanders. He did not factor into the scoring, but finished the season opener with a plus-1 rating, five shots on goal and 18:49 of ice time.Williams has been a model of consistency, registering 51, 48 and 52 points, respectively, in the last three seasons. However, the newly appointed captain of the Carolina Hurricanes is now 36 years old, so one wonders how much longer he can sustain his recent scoring pace. For fantasy purposes, as long as he continues to receive first-line duties (he skated 2:57 on the power play Thursday), Williams should challenge for 50 points once again this season, but keep a close eye on his ice time and shot totals.

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    Hurricanes' Justin Williams: Three helpers in preseason win

    Justin Williams notched three power-play assists in Wednesday's 6-1 preseason win over the Lightning.The Carolina Hurricanes' man advantage was humming right out of the gate, as Williams teamed with promising youngster Janne Kuokkanen on all three PP tallies. Carolina's new captain will likely settle into a top-six role in the regular season as he looks to score at least 16 goals and 40 points for the sixth straight campaign.

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