Reimer stopped 35 of 38 shots in Sunday's loss to the Golden Knights.
Reimer has been great at times this season, but victories are hard to come by on a struggling Florida squad. He was the much-busier goaltender Sunday, but this marks the second consecutive start he's played well in yet come up empty. The 29-year-old owns a 6-9-4 record with a .898 save percentage, making him a tough play in fantasy. Considering the Panthers have managed just two wins since the start of December, Reimer likely doesn't make for an adequate fantasy start right now.
Miller scored his fifth goal of the season, added a helper and fired four shots on goal in Sunday's win over Florida.
That's a three-game point streak for Miller, who is a plus-4 over his last two outings. The third-pairing blueliner has been a terrific fantasy producer of late, managing two goals and eight points in his last eight games. The 25-year-old wasn't a big offensive producer with the Bruins, but he's contributing in a big way for Vegas with 19 points through 32 games. His power-play time and steady point production make him worth owning in many types of fantasy settings.
Neal scored his 16th goal of the season and added a helper in Sunday's win over the Panthers.
Neal is red-hot right now, recording four goals and seven points in his last six contests. The 30-year-old recently went through a five-game scoring drought, but he's gotten right back on track in a big way. The second-line winger has put up 16 goals and 26 points in 32 games this season, making him a dependable fantasy winger. Neal is one of the best goal-scorers in the game and should be rolled out with confidence right now.
Marchessault netted his 11th goal of the season and added two helpers in Sunday's win over the Panthers.
Marchessault was left unprotected by the Panthers for the 2017 NHL Expansion Draft and the former 30-goal-scorer made sure his former team got an up-close look at their mistake. The 26-year-old has been a fantastic addition to the Golden Knights, racking up 11 goals and 29 points in 29 contests. Aside from a three-game scoring drought to open the season, Marchessault has yet to go more than two games without appearing on the scoresheet. His consistency and prominent role make him an automatic roll every game.
Smith collected a pair of assists in Sunday's win over Florida.
Smith stuck it to his former team and now has four points (two goals) in his last four games. The top-six winger has been a reliable source of offensive production all season and he's now got 25 points (nine goals) in 32 games. His consistency and stellar playmaking ability make him a great fantasy play whenever the Golden Knights take to the ice.