Getzlaf has a goal, three points and a minus-19 rating over his last 14 games.
When a team loses 12 straight contests, the players' stats are usually going to show it, but this is especially brutal for someone of Getzlaf's caliber. With just 32 points on the season, the 6-foot-4 center is in danger of missing the 60-point mark for the first time since the 2012-13 lockout-shortened campaign. Despite a role on the Ducks' top power-play unit, Getzlaf has just five points on the man advantage.
Dubnyk kicked aside 30 of 32 shots en route to a 4-2 road win over the Golden Knights on Monday.
Vegas opened the scoring courtesy of former Wild forward Alex Tuch's power-play marker, and Max Pacioretty knotted the score at 2-2 with a five-hole deposit with 7:24 remaining in the second period, but Minnesota would take over in the third to bail out Dubnyk. Considering the Wild put up 10 fewer shots, had 27 hits to Vegas' 41, failed to convert any power-play goals, and were the inferior team on faceoffs, it's a bit surprising that Dubnyk was able to skate off with the win. He's now 19-16-3 with a 2.58 GAA and .913 save percentage.
Crosby has 21 goals, 57 points and a plus-19 rating through 45 games this season.
After four straight seasons with point totals in the 84-89 range, Crosby is looking for his first triple-digit output since the 2013-14 campaign. The perennial Hart Memorial candidate is doing a lot of his damage at even strength, with just 14 points coming during the man advantage. With Jake Guentzel setting new career highs on Crosby's wing, the 31-year-old will continue posting elite fantasy numbers down the stretch.
Dinwiddie registered 11 points (3-12 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 4-5 FT), three rebounds and six assists across 29 minutes Monday against the Kings.
Dinwiddie was unable to find his shooting touch, hitting at a 25.0 percent clip from beyond the arc. Despite this, his team would come away with a 123-94 victory. Dinwiddie has struggled by his standards to begin the new calendar year, averaging 15.3 points, 2.0 rebounds and 4.1 assists through 10 contests in January.
Fleury suffered a 4-2 home loss to the Wild on Monday, having allowed three goals on 21 shots.
Vegas' forecheck was strong as usual and the home team posted a plus-10 shot differential, but Fleury ended up getting outdueled by Devan Dubnyk in this battle between No. 1 goaltenders. Minnesota also did a great job of catching Fleury out of position via quick passes and one-timers. Flower's record now stands at 27-13-4 to go along with ho-hum rate stats, including a 2.50 GAA and .910 save percentage. However, his league-leading six shutouts serve as a reminder of how dominant he can be.