Giroux scored a goal and added two assists in Thursday's 3-1 win over Chicago.
Now up to nine goals and 20 points through 16 contests, the move to the wing continues to be a smashing success for Giroux. At this stage of the game, he's locked in as a high-end asset in all fantasy settings until proven otherwise.
Giroux netted his seventh goal of the season and added a helper in Thursday's win over the Blues.
Giroux set up Brandon Manning's opening goal before sealing the game with an empty-netter in the final minute. The captain is having a fantastic start to the season, racking up seven points and 16 points through 14 contests. The top line consisting of Giroux, Sean Couturier and Jakub Voracek has been dominant, so make sure you keep the resurgent Giroux rolling.
Giroux collected two primary assists -- including a man-advantage helper -- in Monday's 4-3 overtime home loss to the Coyotes.
His pair of apples were paramount to helping the Flyers stage a comeback and force bonus hockey, and now Giroux has treated his fantasy owners to 14 points (six goals, eight assists) in 12 games. There's only been three games for which the dynamic point-packing veteran's been held off the scoresheet entirely, so continue rolling him out there with confidence.
Giroux scored his fifth goal of the season in Saturday's 2-1 win over Edmonton. It came on the power play.
Giroux has 10 points in eight games, but moreover, he's sniping at a remarkable pace. It's a pace that simply will not continue -- Giroux is ripping at 28.6 percent rate, some 18 percent higher than his career mark. He's still a potential point-per-game player, but you might want to float his name in trade talks, in particular with someone desperate for goals. Someone might overpay.
Giroux scored a power-play goal and added an assist during Tuesday's 5-1 win over Florida.
The Flyers captain has flourished on the wing and now has four goals and nine points through the first six games of the campaign. Additionally, it's worth noting that he's recorded seven points at even strength. Giroux was a ripe candidate for a bounce-back showing after a disappointing 2016-17 campaign (14 goals and 58 points), but so far, he's probably exceeded expectations. Where it applies, Giroux adding winger eligibility is also a welcomed bonus.