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Fantasy Hockey News for Monday

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A fantasized look at the NHL action from Sunday night.

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Wild one between the Pens and Jets. Both Al Montoya and Marc-Andre Fleury shit the bed with .846 and .853 save percentages respectively.

Evander Kane put up a fantastic night with 2+1=3, +1, 6SOGs and 4 hits. He's always been known to be an all around guy so expect nights like this every once in a while. Let's give him the Fantasy Line of the Night.

Evgeni Malkin and James Neal both put up 2+1=3 and appear to have not lost any of their chemistry in Malkin's absence.

I guess Alexander Semin has finally decided to show up as after 1+1=2 last night he's a point a game in his last 9.

Vancouver's Sedin Twins both put up 3 points last night. Their time to eclipse 100 points may have passed but expect them to hover around a point a game all season.

Kyle Palmieri was useful last night with 1 assist, +2, 5 PIMS, 3SOGs, 1BS and 2 hits.

Alex Stalock played very well in the Sharks 3-2 win over the Blackhawks turning away 33 of 35 shots. In a season in which Antti Niemi has been less than spectacular, it wouldn't be surprising to see him get into a few more games.

Corey Crawford also turned in a strong effort with a .952SV% in the game. He's showed no signs of a slow start as he's been fantastic since his return.

Not too many notables from the EDM-TB game last night but Tyler Johnson continued his superb fill-in job for Steven Stamkos with an assist last night

Jordan Eberle scored twice last night to round out his totals to 14+21=35 on the year.  It's a little less than what we expected for the young forward but you have to feel like he and so many other young, promising Oilers are victim to an absolutely lousy surrounding cast.