Ray Emery lost a game. Trust me, I am as shocked as you. He now has a 12-1 record in 2013.
Jared Spurgeon had a hell of a game for the Wild, and he has been playing fantastic hockey for most of the season (he missed the first bit coming back from injury). He is only 5-8 or 5-9, but he is very mobile and really smart. He was Minnesota’s best defenseman last year (by far), and of course he has been overshadowed by the Suter-Brodin pairing in 2013.
He has 11 points in 14 March contests, and six points in his last five games. Time to take a look at him (provided he is still available).
From The Hockey Writers – a look at 10 of the best “under-owned” centers in fantasy hockey (owned in less than 30% of Yahoo! leagues).
For most of the fantasy hockey season, Jarret Stoll might have fallen into the "fantasy lame" category, but the center has come back with a vengeance this month. Stoll has doubled his offensive output over the month of March as he has recorded ten points (4 Goals, 6 Assists) after only scoring five points (3 Goals, 2 Assists) over the course of the season's first two months.
Congrats to Jaromir Jagr for his 1000th career assist – he got involved in some post-whistle stuff after the Wild decided to goon it up – no one dared throw a punch at him though (it is Jagr, after all).
The ageless Ray Whitney (two points) had a great game. He is still such a factor on the power play.
Cody Eakin had two points and also had a really strong game – I love watching him play, and he has shown more offensive pop this year than I was expecting.