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Damon Lynn: Signs with G-League's Legends
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Lynn signed a contract with the Legends of the G-League, NJIThighlanders.com reports.

Lynn spent four years at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, eventually becoming the team's all-time leading scorer. While he never really had a chance at being selected in the 2017 NBA Draft, the G-League now offers him a chance to showcase his talents and earn a potential NBA call-up over the last few months of the regular season. Lynn finished his senior collegiate season with averages of 20.6 points, 2.2 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.9 steals across 34.2 minutes.

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Kings' Alec Martinez: Pair of power-play points Tuesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Martinez recorded a goal and an assist -- both on the power play -- in Tuesday's 4-3 win over Winnipeg.

Martinez has relied on the power play all season, with 11 of his 19 points coming in extra-man situations. His lack of production at even strength limits Martinez's value, though.

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Jets' Blake Wheeler: Point streak up to six
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Wheeler finished with a goal and an assist -- both on the power play -- in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Kings.

Wheeler opened the scoring in the first period and added a helper on Patrik Laine's tally with nine seconds remaining in the final frame. The 31-year-old forward reached the 69-point mark for the fourth time in five seasons with this performance, and he's been on fire recently with three goals and eight assists during an active six-game point streak. However, owners should bear in mind that this was the final chapter of a 10-game homestand, and Wheeler has a pedestrian five goals and 16 assists in 29 road games.

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Knicks' Joakim Noah: Not expected back with Knicks
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Noah is not expected to return to the Knicks this season, Al Iannazzone of Newsday reports. "I think that is the plan," coach Jeff Hornacek said following practice Tuesday.

Noah has been away from the Knicks since an altercation with coach Hornacek on Jan. 24. Then on Tuesday, Hornacek essentially went on to confirm that he didn't expect Noah back with the team this season. "That's something that happened three weeks ago, four weeks ago," Hornacek said. "We handled that thing with Jo. It's not finalized because he's still on the roster. We've dealt with that situation." He also added, "There's really nothing more to say about it, update it. We've moved on. He's ready to move on and maybe have an opportunity somewhere else." From everything that's been reported up until this point, it sounds like the relationship between the two sides is beyond repair and it would make sense if Noah were ultimately released despite having two years left on his original four-year, $72.59 million contract.

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Jets' Patrik Laine: Stays scorching on power play
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Laine finished with a goal and an assist -- both on the power play -- in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Kings.

Laine's third consecutive outing with a goal and an assist has him up to 28 goals and 48 points for the season. Five of the 19-year-old sniper's six points in this scorching three-game stretch have come on the power play.

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