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Monday's Fantasy Hockey News

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A fantasized look at Sunday’s NHL action.

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Please join us in welcoming Tommer13 to the FHS writing team. He will be taking care of the Daily Dosage/Injury Updates on Mondays. Welcome aboard!

We weren't able to get Tommer hooked up with his gun and badge in time to post today, but he was kind enough to email over a recap of yesterday's games, so without further adieu, here is today's Daily Dosage as submitted by Tommer13.


Sunday action! Here we go!

Let's start things off with Zach Parise who picked up a pair of goals yesterday. Parise's a multi-category stud with 7 power play goals on the year and a gaudy 126 shots on goal through 31 games.

This year's Cinderella Story, Josh Harding, with yet another solid outing making 37 saves for the 3-1 win over San Jose. He's playing his way into Vezina talks this year but those of you in keeper leagues should wait and make sure he's not another Bobrovsky-esque flash in the pan.

Henrik Lundqvist had another poor out last night allowing 4 goals on 36 shots. That's two games in a row that he's given up four goals. He's looking rather lacklustre on the year with a record of 9-12-1.

In the most predictable outcome ever, the Blackhawks clobbered the Panthers, 6-2, led by Patrick Sharp (1+2=3, 6SOGs) and Patrick Kane (0+3=3, 4SOGs).

The Leafs goalies are just getting peppered with shots. Jonathan Bernier faced 38 shots but still let in four. He's put up some great numbers this year but his last 6 games haven't been so great as he's put up sub .900 percentages in four of them.

Mike Santorelli with a great night (2+1=3, +2, 6SOGs) earning him the Fantasy Line of the Night. He's been getting more of an opportunity under Torts so he's definitely worth a look in deeper leagues.

Roberto Luongo turned in a strong performance making 28 saves for the 3-1 victory. Maybe he won't fork over the starting gig for Team Canada so easily to Carey Price after all.