Capitals lighting lamps on PP

Matt Riegler
Rotoworld
Marcus Johansson, Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom oh my!

Capitals lighting lamps on PP

Marcus Johansson, Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom oh my!

Offenses maintained their scoring ways during the 25th week of action, and it'll set up for an exciting finish in the final twirl through the regular season. But before we get to that, let's take a lap through your week-25 and seasonal leaders! 

No one had more points with the man-advantage than Marcus Johansson, who posted a goal and five points. His four helpers also sits alone, but it's his teammate Alex Ovechkin who lit the lamp three times.  

Their teammate, and often linemate, Nicklas Backstrom leads all with 34 power play points thus far. While Nikita Kucherov, Victor Hedman (32 points each), and Claude Giroux (30) are the only ones to reach the 30-point plateau. Will Phil Kessel (29), Tyler Seguin and/or Brayden Schenn (28 each) be able to join them? 

Speaking of Hedman, he sits alone with 28 helpers. Only Backstrom's 26 and Giroux's 25 are within striking distance. Though, who among us would be shocked if Rasmus Ristolainen (23) had a special final week?  

Ahh goals, there's a three-way tie! Each of Kucherov, Ovechkin, and Brayden Schenn all have lit the lamp 17 times! Wayne Simmonds is next with 16, before another three-way tie at 13 goals.  

Scheduling notes! Both Ottawa and Toronto play five times this week, only resting on Wednesday and Friday. But it's Monday, Wednesday and Friday that represent the easiest opportunities to pick up extra games for your fantasy team during the final week of action. Buffalo plays on Monday and Wednesday, as Montreal plays on all three. Everyone else plays just once during those three days, if at all. Good luck! 

 

ANAHEIM 

Cam Fowler: 15 points (5 goals) in 246:49 of power play time this season 

Corey Perry: 19 points (4 goals) in 225:58 

Ryan Kesler: 20 points (8 goals) in 225:42 

Ryan Getzlaf: 19 points (6 goals) in 215:58 

Sami Vatanen: 13 points (2 goals) in 196:06 

Rickard Rakell: 10 points (5 goals) in 151:59 

 

The Ducks went 4/11 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 45/239 or 18.8%. Patrick Eaves led the way with two goals, as Getzlaf and Perry also lit the lamp. Both Jakob Silfverberg and Fowler posted a pair of assists, as each of Vatanen, Kesler, Antoine Vermette and Hampus Lindholm chipped in with one as well. The Ducks face the Kings on Sunday, the final week of the season which is likely your best utility of these players. 

 

 

ARIZONA 

Oliver Ekman-Larsson: 19 points (8 goals) in 291:31 of power play time this season 

Radim Vrbata14 points (3 goals) in 217:16 

Alex Goligoski: 7 points (a goal) in 173:08 

Martin Hanzal: 8 points (4 goals) in 151:25 

Max Domi: 6 points (a goal) in 147:21 

Shane Doan: 5 points (3 goals) in 114:17 

 

The Coyotes went 4/8 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 36/229 or 15.7%. The young pups mostly led the way for the Desert Dogs, Christian Dvorak scored both a goal and an assist. Clayton Keller, Anthony DeAngelo and Max Dom also picked up a helper each. The veterans also chimed in, as Doan and Ekman-Larsson posted an assist. Goligoski matched Dvorak, as Alexander Burmistrov scored a pair of goals as well. Arizona will play Dallas on Tuesday and Vancouver on Thursday, which likely represents the best time to use any of these players. 

 

 

BOSTON 

Torey Krug: 24 points (6 goals) in 262:52 of power play time this season 

Patrice Bergeron: 17 points (8 goals) in 229:09 

Brad Marchand: 24 points (9 goals) n 215:44 

David Krejci: 14 points (8 goals) in 203:07 

Ryan Spooner: 18 points (3 goals) in 200:41 

David Pastrnak: 24 points (10 goals) in 192:15 

 

The Bruins went 3/11 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 51/240 or 21.3%. Who else but Marchand led the way with a goal and three points. Bergeron and Krug also lit the lamp, as Spooner chipped in with a helper. Pastrnak also posted two assists. Boston takes on a desperate Tampa on Tuesday and a fighting Ottawa on Thursday, but it may be a potentially Laissez-fair Washington on Saturday who represents the best utility of these players. 

 

 

BUFFALO 

Rasmus Ristolainen: 25 points (a goal) in 249:31 of power play time this season 

Sam Reinhart: 17 points (9 goals) in 227:21 

Kyle Okposo: 23 points (7 goals) in 208:24 

Ryan O'Reilly: 24 points (8 goals) in 204:09 

Jack Eichel: 24 points (10 goals) in 177:24 

Matt Moulson: 18 points (11 goals) in 169:51 

 

The Sabres went 3/9 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 51/240 or 21.3%. O'Reilly led the way with both a goal and an assist, as both Evan Rodrigues and Brian Gionta also lit the lamp. Dmitry Kulikov, Jake McCabe, Moulson and Eichel chipped with one assist each. Buffalo plays Toronto on Monday, and Montreal on Wednesday, which may represent the best utilities of the Sabres players as both of those nights are fairly sparse. 

 

 

CALGARY 

Sean Monahan: 17 points (8 goals) in 240:17 of power play time this season 

Johnny Gaudreau: 16 points (4 goals) in 222:07 

T.J. Brodie: 12 points (a goal) in 216:51 

Mark Giordano: 13 points (3 goals) in 207:07 

Troy Brouwer: 11 points (5 goals) in 178:22 

Dougie Hamilton: 14 points (2 goals) in 176:20 

 

The Flames went 6/15 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 51/248 or 20.6%. What a way to head into the playoffs. Both Monahan and Kris Versteeg posted two goals and four points, as Brodie followed up with a trio of helpers. Gaudreau and Brouwer lit the lamp once as well, as Johnny Hockey added an assist. Michael Ferland, Matthew Tkachuk and Mark Giordano also chipped in with a helper each. Calgary takes a tour through California, and it may be Thursday in LA and Saturday in San Jose that represents the best utility of a Flames player. 

 

 

CAROLINA 

Justin Faulk: 12 points (4 goals) in 190:23 of power play time this season 

Sebastian Aho: 16 points (5 goals) in 169:31 

Teuvo Teravainen: 14 points (5 goals) in 168:28 

Jeff Skinner: 14 points (6 goals) in 168:06 

Victor Rask: 9 points (4 goals) in 163:55 

Jordan Staal: 8 points (4 goals) in 157:46 

 

The Hurricanes went 2/12 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 51/248 or 20.6%. Each of Aho, Faulk and Elias Lindholm collected two points each, as the latter two lit the lamp. As we roll into the final week, Thursday against the Islanders and Sunday in Philadelphia may be your best utilities.  

 

 

CHICAGO 

Patrick Kane: 22 points (7 goals) in 268:04 of power play time this season 

Duncan Keith: 15 points (2 goals) in 250:26 

Artemi Panarin: 16 points (8 goals) in 246:39 

Brent Seabrook: 14 points (2 goals) in 207:19 

Jonathan Toews: 17 points (6 goals) in 186:03 

Artem Anisimov: 8 points (4 goals) in 151:40 

 

The Blackhawks went 1/13 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 41/224 or 18.3%. Panarin scored the only goal, assisted by Kane and Toews. Chicago will be in Denver on Tuesday, then in LA in Saturday which likely represents your utilities of their players as we head into the final week.  

 

COLORADO 

Nathan MacKinnon: 13 points (2 goals) in 217:56 of power play time this season 

Tyson Barrie: 9 points in 217:43 

Mikko Rantanen: 10 points (4 goals) in 202:08 

Matt Duchene: 9 points (3 goals) 182:05 

Gabriel Landeskog: 6 points (5 goals) in 158:30 

Jarome Iginla: 8 points  (4 goals) in 138:15 

 

The Avalanche went 2/10 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 29/228 or 12.7%. Sven Andrighetto and J.T. Compher lit the lamp, as Erik Johnson and Barrie notched helpers. It was MacKinnon, though, that led the way with a pair of assists. Colorado will be in Dallas on Saturday, which may represent their best utility. 

 

COLUMBUS 

Zach Werenski: 21 points (4 goals) in 217:35 of power play time this season 

Alexander Wennberg: 22 points (2 goals) in 208:38 

Nick Foligno: 20 points (11 goals) in 206:58 

Cam Atkinson: 21 points (10 goals) in 204:05 

Sam Gagner: 18 points (8 goals) in 192:42 

Brandon Saad: 3 points (a goal) in 125:55 

 

The Blue Jackets went 0/10 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 41/206 or 19.9%. Columbus' man-advantage has certainly gone ice cold, but they'll finish the season facing Winnipeg on Thursday before taking on Philadelphia and Toronto over the weekend. 

 

DALLAS 

Tyler Seguin: 28 points (11 goals) in 253:58 of power play time this season 

John Klingberg: 16 points (4 goals) in 249:26 

Jamie Benn: 25 points (11 goals) in 234:24 

Patrick Eaves: 16 points (11 goals) in 187:21 

Jason Spezza: 19 points (2 goals) in 176:52 

Devin Shore: 6 points (a goal) in 148:40 

 

The Stars went 0/5 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 45/252 or 17.9%. Dallas may play just three times during the final week, but they'll take on Arizona on Tuesday, Nashville on Thursday and then Colorado on Saturday. At least two of those three matchups should prove favorable.  

 

 

DETROIT 

Henrik Zetterberg: 13 points (2 goals) in 236:35 of power play time this season 

Gustav Nyquist: 7 points (a goal) in 207:23 

Mike Green: 9 points (3 goals) in 194:46 

Tomas Tatar: 6 points (4 goals) in 188:26 

Frans Nielsen: 14 points (4 goals) in 187:57 

Dylan Larkin: 6 points (5 goals) in 147:19 

 

The Red Wings went 2/10 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 35/246 or 14.2%. Green and Tatar lit the lamp as Larkin, Zetterberg, Nyquist and Nielsen added a helper each. Detroit plays Ottawa on both Monday and Tuesday, then hosts Montreal and New Jersey over the weekend. If nothing else, the Monday and Sunday are ideal time for slot-fillers.  

 

 

EDMONTON 

Connor McDavid: 24 points (3 goals) in 233:47 of power play time this season 

Leon Draisaitl: 26 points (10 goals) in 221:47 

Milan Lucic: 22 points (9 goals) in 212:28 

Oscar Klefbom: 11 points (3 goals) in 190:44 

Jordan Eberle: 13 points (3 goals) in 174:30 

Mark Letestu: 12 points (10 goals) in 167:39 

 

The Oilers went 1/10 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 51/230 or 22.2%. Lucic put the only biscuit home as Draisaitl and some dude named McDavid tacked on assists. Edmonton presents itself as a great power play opportunity with games in LA on Tuesday and San Jose on Thursday. Then they'll sport a double-dip with Vancouver over the weekend. 

 

 

FLORIDA 

Keith Yandle: 18 points (2 goals) in 245:33 of power play time this season 

Jaromir Jagr: 12 points (8 goals) in 218:31 

Vincent Trocheck: 12 points (2 goals) in 217:52 

Jonathan Marchessault: 18 points (8 goals) in 193:44 

Aaron Ekblad: 8 points (4 goals) in 189:29 

Reilly Smith: 10 points (6 goals) in 187:29 

 

The Senators went 3/14 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 43/256 or 16.8%. Yandle led the way once again with a trio of points, all of the assistive variety. Jagr and Marchessault scored the goals, with the future Hall of Famer picking up the extra tally. Marchessault also tacked on an assist, as did Aleksander Barkov and Jonathan Huberdeau. Florida takes on Montreal on Monday, which is may be the best day of the week to capitalize since it's a light night of action. 

 

LOS ANGELES 

Drew Doughty: 18 points (4 goals) in 255:41 of power play time this season 

Jeff Carter: 21 points (10 goals) in 225:39 

Anze Kopitar: 18 points (5 goals) in 216:03 

Jake Muzzin: 10 points (4 goals) in 191:16 

Tanner Pearson: 7 points (3 goals) inn 182:27 

Alec Martinez: 14 points (2 goals) in 170:48 

 

The Kings went 2/14 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 44/229 or 19.2%. Paul LaDue and Martinez led the way with a pair of points, as the young veteran scored the only goal between them. Jarome Iginla also scored, and KopiStar added a helper. Los Angeles' schedule isn't particularly conducive to a last minute pickup, but they will face rival Anaheim on Sunday.  

 

 

MINNESOTA

Ryan Suter: 11 points (4 goals) in 221:09 of power play time this season 

Eric Staal: 15 points (3 goals) in 190:30 

Mikko Koivu: 19 points (2 goals) in 176:30 

Mikael Granlund: 20 points (7 goals) in 173:13 

Charlie Coyle: 8 points (4 goals) in 171:36 

Jared Spurgeon: 5 points (a goal) in 169:21 

 

The Wild went 2/10 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to Zach Parise and Matt Dumba lit the lamp, assisted by each of Staal, Koivu, Granlund and Jonas Brodin. Minnesota will take on Carolina, Colorado and Arizona on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday during the final week of action, so take your pick and ride the hot hands. 

 

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MONTREAL 

Shea Weber: 22 points (12 goals) in 252:31 on the power play this season 

Max Pacioretty: 13 points (8 goals) in 210:50 

Alexander Radulov: 16 points (6 goals) in 206:12 

Andrei Markov: 12 points (a goal) in 152:18 

Alex Galchenyuk: 15 points (6 goals) in 134:33 

Andrew Shaw: 7 points (a goal) in 133:48 

 

The Canadiens went 0/4 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 44/221 or 19.9%. Montreal's man-advantage may have cooled off, but they're prime targets during the final week. They'll uniquely play on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, each of which are light nights in the NHL.  

 

NASHVILLE 

Ryan Johansen: 23 points (4 goals) in 229:34 on the power play this season 

Roman Josi: 17 points (6 goals) in 212:21 

Filip Forsberg: 9 points (3 goals) in 204:26 

James Neal: 12 points (5 goals) in 182:39 

Mike Fisher: 17 points (7 goals) in 165:15 

P.K. Subban: 16 points (3 goals) in 161:58 

 

The Predators went 1/19 on the man-advantage during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 48/248 or 19.4%. Music City had a tough week, but things should turn around in the final week of the season. They'll take on the Islanders, Stars and Jets which should spell plenty of goals. 

 

 

NEW JERSEY 

Kyle Palmieri: 19 points (8 goals) in 198:12 on the power play this season 

Travis Zajac: 11 points (6 goals) in 192:03 

Adam Henrique: 10 points (6 goals) in 189:45 

Taylor Hall: 14 points (6 goals) in 185:12 

Damon Severson: 13 points in 172:26 

P.A. Parenteau: 8 points (a goal) in 143:22 

 

The Devils went 1/11 on the man-advantage during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 43/237 or 18.1%. Henrique lit the lamp and was assisted by Pavel Zacha and John Quenneville. The Garden State's power play should get a boost in the final week, as they'll take on the Flyers (Tuesday) plus the Islanders and Red Wings over the weekend. 

 

NEW YORK ISLANDERS 

John Tavares: 18 points (7 goals) in 246:00 of power play time this season 

Nick Leddy: 13 points (3 goals) in 244:05 

Josh Bailey: 10 points (3 goals) in 223:16 

Anders Lee: 13 points (8 goals) in 188:54 

Ryan Strome: 8 points (2 goals) in 183:04 

Andrew Ladd: 4 points (2 goals) in 153:54 

 

The Islanders went 1/15 on the man-advantage during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 33/224 or 14.7%. Lee picked up the tally, assisted by Tavares and Johnny Boychuk. Brooklyn's final week on the power play will get four games of action, including a weekend set with New Jersey and Ottawa.  

 


NEW YORK RANGERS 

Ryan McDonagh: 14 points (a goal) in 238:03 of power play time this season 

Mats Zuccarello: 14 points (5 goals) in 218:12 

Derek Stepan: 17 points (3 goals) in 205:28 

Chris Kreider: 13 points (6 goals) in 192:12 

Brandon Pirri: 9 points (5 goals) in 151:03 

Rick Nash: 9 points (6 goals) in 134:40 

 

The Rangers went 4/9 on the man-advantage during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 46/230 or 20%. A quartet of Blueshirts lit the lamp as each of Mika Zibanejad, J.T. Miller, Nick Holden and Stepan did the honors. But it was both Brady Skjei and Zuccarello who boasted two points each, obviously all assists. New York plays just once, Wednesday in Washington, before the weekend. So you may wish to rely on more occupied players.  

 

 

OTTAWA 

Erik Karlsson: 26 points (3 goals) in 276:37 of power play time this season 

Mike Hoffman: 25 points (13 goals) in 223:15 

Kyle Turris: 17 points (6 goals) in 215:31 

Mark Stone: 14 points (6 goals) in 206:56 

Dion Phaneuf: 16 points (4 goals) in 202:00 

Derick Brassard: 7 points (3 goals) in 197:13 

 

The Senators went 1/9 on the man-advantage during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 42/240 or 17.5%. The Captain lit the lamp assisted by Turris. Ottawa may play five times this week, but they miss both Wednesday and Friday – two of the lightest nights of the week. Monday and Sunday should be good games for pickups, though, as they'll play Detroit and the Islanders, respectively.  

 

 

PHILADELPHIA 

Claude Giroux: 30 points (5 goals) in 298:07 of power play time this season 

Wayne Simmonds: 24 points (16 goals) in 295:34 

Brayden Schenn: 28 points (17 goals) in 287:22 

Jakub Voracek: 22 points (4 goals) in 285:15 

Shayne Gostisbehere: 23 points (2 goals) in 280:47 

Ivan Provorov: 5 points in 135:02 

 

The Flyers went 4/14 on the man-advantage during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 53/269 or 19.7%. The GhostBear led the way with a trio of helpers, but it was Schenn who scored twice. Jordan Weal and Simmonds also lit the lamp, as both of Giroux and Voracek added a pair of helpers. Michael Del Zotto also added an assist. However, the City of Brotherly Love plays just once, Tuesday in New Jersey, before the weekend.  

 

 

PITTSBURGH 

Phil Kessel: 29 points (8 goals) in 280:30 of power play time this season 

Sidney Crosby: 23 points (13 goals) in 259:41 

Evgeni Malkin: 23 points (11 goals) in 227:33 

Justin Schultz: 19 points (3 goals) in 205:27 

Patric Hornqvist: 16 points (9 goals) in 203:13 

Kris Letang: 14 points (2 goals) in 150:41 

 

The Penguins went 2/7 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 57/252 or 22.6%. Youngsters Conor Sheary and Jake Guentzel scored the goals, as each of Chad Ruhwedel, Nick Bonino, Hornqvist and Kessel each added a helper. Steel City has a favorable schedule during the final week of action, but it's Sunday's likely meaningless match with the Rangers that could prove to be the most beneficial. 

 

 

SAN JOSE 

Brent Burns: 24 points (8 goals) in 283:41 on the power play this season 

Joe Thornton: 19 points (a goal) in 263:38 

Joe Pavelski: 22 points (7 goals) in 263:32 

Patrick Marleau: 16 points (7 goals) in 239:04 

Logan Couture: 15 points (11 goals) in 220:18 

Marc-Edouard Vlasic: 6 points (a goal) in 139:55 

 

The Sharks went 1/9 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 40/239 or 16.7%. Burns lit the lamp as he was assisted by Marleau and Pavelski. San Jose plays just three times during the final week of action, but it's Tuesday's match hosting Vancouver that represents their best utility. 

  

St. LOUIS 

Vladimir Tarasenko: 21 points (9 goals) in 228:00 of power play time this season 

Alexander Steen: 15 points (2 goals) in 204:02 

Kevin Shattenkirk: 20 points (7 goals) in 190:09 

Jaden Schwartz: 8 points (3 goals) in 189:18 

Alex Pietrangelo: 17 points (5 goals) in 183:51 

Paul Stastny: 13 points (5 goals) in 170:26 

 

The Blues went 1/12 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 47/222 or 21.2%. David Perron was the only one to light the lamp, as he was aided by both Patrik Berglund and Pietrangelo. The boys from the Loo play four times during the final week, but their final game hosting Colorado likely represents their best utility. 

 

 

TAMPA BAY 

Nikita Kucherov: 32 points (17 goals) in 236:09 of power play time this season 

Victor Hedman: 32 points (4 goals) in 226:11 

Jonathan Drouin: 26 points (9 goals) in 213:43 

Ondrej Palat: 14 points (5 goals) in 195:42 

Alex Killorn: 10 points (4 goals) in 189:42  

Tyler Johnson: 17 points (6 goals) in 186:52 

 

The Lightning went 5/9 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 61/264 or 23.1%. A trio of Bolts led the way with three points each as Hedman, Drouin and Kucherov all tied the mark. However it was only Hedman who scored, doing so twice. Palat also scored twice, as Killorn put home the other marker. Brayden Point also picked up a helper. Tampa's power play is absolutely ablaze, but it's Friday's match in Montreal and Sunday's home game against Buffalo that likely represent their best utility.  

 

 

TORONTO

Jake Gardiner: 12 points (2 goals) in 193:01 of power play time this season 

Auston Matthews: 21 points (8 goals) in 186:45 

James van Riemsdyk: 18 points (6 goals) in 182:49 

William Nylander: 25 points (9 goals) in 175:05 

Tyler Bozak: 16 points (6 goals) in 170:25 

Mitch Marner: 19 points (3 goals) in 170:19 

 

The Maple Leafs went 3/8 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 55/227 or 24.2%. Matthews led the way with two goals, and Nikita Zaitsev also picked up two assists. JVR notched the other tally, as each of Marner, Gardiner, Connor Brown and Leo Komarov all added an assist as well. Like Ottawa, Toronto plays five times this week. Only resting on Wednesday and Friday. Meaning that Monday's match in Buffalo and Sunday's game hosting Columbus may represent their best utility. 

 

 

VANCOUVER 

Henrik Sedin: 13 points (a goal) in 235:07 of power play time this season 

Daniel Sedin: 13 points (6 goals) in 230:03 

Brandon Sutter: 7 points (4 goals) in 201:41 

Troy Stecher: 8 points (a goal) in 183:59 

Loui Eriksson: 7 points (5 goals) in 160:45 

Bo Horvat: 10 points (3 goals) in 149:44 

 

The Canucks went 0/5 on the power play during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 30/217 or 13.8%. Van City plays four times to finish the season, but it's their match against Arizona on Thursday and their double-dip in otherwise meaningless games over the weekend with Edmonton that may prove most beneficial.  

 

 

WASHINGTON 

Alex Ovechkin: 24 points (17 goals) in 292:43 of power play time this season 

Nicklas Backstrom: 34 points (8 goals) in 240:13 

Marcus Johansson: 19 points (5 goals) in 222:01 

John Carlson: 16 points (3 goals) in 189:20 

T.J. Oshie: 13 points (7 goals) in 189:20 

Justin Williams: 9 points (4 goals) in 160:15 

 

The Capitals went 6/10 on the man-advantage during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 55/235 or 23.4%. MoJo led the way with five points, but it was some dude named Ovechkin who scored three times. Backstrom and Carlson also tallied a goal, as Backstrom added two helpers. Oshie and Kevin Shattenkirk added two helpers, as both Evgeny Kuznetsov and Andre Burakovsky also chipped in with an assist. The District finishes the season with a pair of back-to-back sets. They take on the Leafs and Rangers on Tuesday and Wednesday, then over the weekend they play the Bruins and Panthers. It's likely the Rangers and Panthers, though, that represents their best utility. 

 

 

WINNIPEG 

Dustin Byfuglien: 14 points (a goal) in 258:14 of power play time this season 

Mark Scheifele: 15 points (7 goals) in 238:28 

Blake Wheeler: 21 points (5 goals) in 235:25 

Nikolaj Ehlers: 12 points (5 goals) in 207:50 

Patrik Laine: 14 points (9 goals) in 193:14 

Mathieu Perreault: 14 points (3 goals) in 167:30 

 

The Jets went 0/9 on the man-advantage during the 25th week of action, bringing their season's sum to 46/258 or 17.8%. The Peg plays just three times to close the season, but none of which represent a special utility. Truth is, for the final week, go with your best.

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