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How about Jamie Lundmark? Eight points in eight games, and 15 in 20 on the year. If he continues to play a prominent role into the postseason, then think of him as this year's Dan Cleary – turning around a promising career late. Lundmark is more durable than Cleary, so there is a fantasy future here. Again, provided that he performs this way in the postseason.
The Kings have pulled the plug on Jarret Stoll's season. He has a groin injury.
Mikko Koivu's status is now day to day. He is travelling with the team. The Wild may be snowing the opposition into thinking the possibility exists that he will return.
Grabovski continues to roll with 13 in seven games now.
Ryan Shannon has a four game point streak. He has 10 points in his last 11 games for the Sens. Since he won't have the postseason to prove himself, like Lundmark will, Shannon will need a strong training camp to maintain his tenuous hold on a roster spot. I like his chances though and have always been a fan. If he can stay there for good, he'll be a 65-70 point player.
Ryan Whitney has five points in 13 games as a Duck. He makes a great buy low candidate in the summer due to his weak offense on his new team. This will change, as Niedermayer is not signed for next season and Whitney will assume that role.
Frans Nielsen has nine points in his last nine games for the Isles. His upside is probably no higher than 60 at best, so this surge is a surprise.