Jarnkrok scored a goal and added an assist through 14:58 of ice time during Thursday's 7-1 rout of the Sharks.
This was a rare multi-point showing for Jarnkrok. He entered this contest with four goals representing his point over the previous 14 games -- following a three-assist night against Florida on Jan. 20. Because he's skating in a bottom-six role and not receiving consistent power-play time, his offensive upside is somewhat capped. However, it's definitely worth noting that Jarnkrok has proven capable of being a more reliable scorer when he's been promoted into a top-six role in the past, so he's worth keeping tabs on.
Bonino scored a goal and added an assist through 14:56 of ice time during Thursday's 7-1 win over San Jose.
The veteran center is beginning to score more consistently of late with two goals and five assists through his past 10 contests. However, his 1.5 points per 60 minutes still isn't a notable mark, and Bonino is clearly slotted behind Ryan Johansen and Kyle Turris at center. The Preds might also bring in another forward before the trade deadline to cut into Bonino's minutes even more. Still, Nashville is flush with talent, and there are deep settings where Bonino can help.
Johansen collected a goal and an assist during Thursday's 7-1 victory over San Jose.
The pivot now has three tallies and 10 helpers through his past 15 games, which is an encouraging stretch after he struggled to post consistent offensive numbers through the majority of the first half of the campaign. It's definitely worth noting that Johansen's value receives a notable boost with Viktor Arvidsson and Filip Forsberg flanking him on the No. 1 line again, as the trio has combined for 5.73 goals per 60 minutes this season.
Josi registered two assists through 23:45 of ice time (1:45 with the man advantage) during Thursday's 7-1 rout of the Sharks.
This was the third consecutive multi-point showing for Josi, and he's now up to 10 goals, 28 assists, 16 power-play points and 202 shots for the campaign. He's locked into a huge role for the surging Predators, so fantasy owners can continue to start Josi confidently in all settings.
Subban recorded two assists, four shots and a plus-2 rating during Thursday's 7-1 win over San Jose.
The All-Star defenseman now has 11 goals and 19 assists through his past 31 games dating back to mid-December, and he's well on his way to one of the best fantasy seasons of his career. After all, Subban is also providing excellent production in the peripheral categories with 20 power-play points, 155 shots, 62 PIM and a plus-13 rating.