Michael Raffl F PHI 2 Hrs

Raffl found the back of the net for the third consecutive game in Thursday's loss to the Lightning.

He's got four goals on nine shots over that three-game span and six markers on the year. Raffl's sky-high shooting percentage says this luck is bound to balance out, but it's hard to ignore the offensive contributions he's made early on here. The Flyers' offense has awoken, and that should only help Raffl, so he's worth a speculative add at minimum.

Jared Spurgeon D MIN 2 Hrs

Spurgeon left Thursday's win over San Jose in the third period with an undisclosed injury after taking a hard check, the Associated Press reports.

Between the illness that's rummaging through the locker room and injuries, the Wild are could be down four blueliners if Spurgeon's injury is something to worry about. Before departing, Spurgeon skated 22:31 and had six shots on goal, but no points.

Jakub Voracek RW PHI 2 Hrs

Voracek scored a goal and added an assist Thursday against Tampa Bay, giving him two points for the fourth consecutive game.

Yep, that's called being red-hot. Voracek has only failed to hit the scoresheet one time so far this year, and with an impressive 15 points in 10 games, it's looking like he could blow last year's career-best 62 points out of the water. He's always had point-per-game talent.

Claude Giroux C PHI 2 Hrs

Giroux picked up two more assists Thursday against the Lightning, giving him 11 in just 10 games this season.

He's also scored a pair of goals, but Giroux's made his presence felt as a distributor the most. With a sparkling 47 shots on goal over 10 games, Giroux should see his scoring rate rise as his luck balances out, as his shooting percentage is less than half its career norm right now.

Ray Emery G PHI 3 Hrs

Emery was scored upon four times among 32 shots in Thursday's loss to the Lightning.

Not the shiniest outing for Emery, who'd been undefeated in regulation over his first five starts of the year. Steve Mason has been abhorrent so far, so Emery has a chance to carve out a bigger role, but outings like Thursday's won't help his case.

Jonathan Toews C CHI 3 Hrs

Toews scored his third and fourth goals of the year Thursday in a shootout win over the Senators.

He'd been off to a bit of a quiet start, so it's nice to see Toews break out with his second multi-point game of the season. We know the talent is there, so assuming he stays healthy enough to play 80 games, Toews could quite conceivably exceed 70 points for the second time in his career.

Craig Anderson G OTT 3 Hrs

Anderson allowed four goals on 39 shots as well as the only tally in the shootout Thursday in a loss to the Blackhawks.

This represents the worst start of the young season for the veteran goalie, who'd posted a save mark over .900 in each of his first four outings. Robin Lehner is nipping at his heels for playing time, so Anderson will need to be sharper.

Scott Darling G CHI 3 Hrs

Darling was tagged for four goals on 28 shots Thursday, but saved all three shootout attempts to deliver a 5-4 victory over the Senators.

It'll be interesting to see what he 'Hawks make of this performance by Darling, who obviously didn't post good numbers this time, but still did deliver a win. With Corey Crawford likely healthy enough to start Saturday, either Darling or Antti Raanta will soon be sent down to AHL Rockford.

Marian Hossa RW CHI 3 Hrs

Hossa picked up a goal and an assist Thursday in a shootout win over the Senators, giving him exactly 1,000 points for his career. He went plus-2 with five shots on goal.

It took him just 1,100 NHL games to reach that milestone, emphasizing just how good a career Hossa's had. The 35-year-old started the year slow, with just a lonely goal in his first six games, but has warmed to the task more recently, with four points in his last four contests. Even with a disappointing performance out of the gate, Hossa remains a must-start in the vast majority of fantasy formats.

Mike Smith G PHO 3 Hrs

Smith put a stop to 24 of 26 shots Thursday in Florida, but was stuck with another loss.

A solid outing for Smith, but he let Scottie Upshall break a third-period tie with his first goal of the year, and Roberto Luongo was masterful on the other end. On the bright side, this represents Smith's third non-disastrous start among seven outings on the season.