Derek Stepan had a big night with 2+1=3, plus-3 & four shots. He started the season with just one assist in his first eight games but is 7+12=19 & plus-10 in his last 19 games... this is more than just a hot streak, so I think it's safe to treat him as a 60-65 point player.
The celebration was a little muted for my taste but Artem Anisimov scored again last night to give him 4+3=7 & plus-5 over his last six games. His goal came on the PP but that was just his second PPP of the season, so there is room for growth if he can pick up his PP production.
Ray Emery was given the start for Chicago and stopped 35 of 37 to beat the Sharks last night. He's finished each of the past four games and is 3-0-1, 1.59 & .943 over that stretch. He's definitely worth a look, especially if you own Crawford.
Michael Del Zotto with an assist & plus-4 last night to give him at least a point in seven of his last eight (0+8=8 & plus-8).
Steve Eminger with a goal and plus-4 last night, this follows two points in his last game... I don't think you want to go there but I don't know how desperate you are.
Erik Gudbranson scored his first NHL goal last night and give him credit for holding his spot in the lineup but he has just two points on the season, just four PIMs in his last 20 games and has only seen over 14 minutes in two games this season.
Since exploding for seven points in three games a few weeks back, Marc-Edouard Vlasic has 1A, even & 14 shots over his last nine games.
Frosty cold spell for Patrick Marleau as he has nothing to show for his last seven games.
Martin Havlat has just 4A over his last 15 games.
Patrick Sharp extended his point streak to six games (6+3=9) with the OT winner last night. He can be overshadowed in Chicago but he's having a big season, sitting top 10 in the league in goals, points & shots and also has a healthy plus-13.
Two assists for Marian Hossa and he looks inspired lately with 3+4=7, plus-5 & 22 shots over his last four games.
If you've been wondering what Marty Turco has been up to, well he's reportedly agreed to play for an Austrian team in an upcoming tournament... so essentially he's a trans-continental rent-a-goalie these days.