Jakob Silfverberg RW ANA 3 days ago

Silfverberg assisted on a pair of goals in Monday's Game 5 win over the Blackhawks.

Silfverberg has had a strong showing in the playoffs as he's logged four multi-point efforts in the past seven games. He's up to 16 points in the postseason as he continues to reward owners who've rolled with him since the playoffs began.

Ryan Kesler C ANA 3 days ago

Kesler potted a goal and was credited with the primary assist on the overtime winner in Monday's Game 5 against the Blackhawks.

Kesler was shutout off the scoresheet through the first three games of the Western Conference Finals, but he's found the back of the net in each of the last two. He's up to 11 points through 15 games in the playoffs.

Ryan Getzlaf C ANA 3 days ago

Getzlaf provided a pair of assists in Monday's Game 5 win over the Blackhawks.

Getzlaf hasn't been putting the pucks in the back of the net himself much in the playoffs, but he's now racked up seven assists through the five games of the Western Conference Finals. His 17 assists, 19 points, and plus-10 rating are all tops in the league for the entire playoffs.

Frederik Andersen G ANA 3 days ago

Andersen stopped 24 of 28 shots in Monday's Game 5 win in OT over the Blackhawks.

The Ducks raced out to a 3-0 lead in the first period and held a 4-2 advantage with under two minutes to go, but Andersen allowed a goal on a Jonathan Toews shot from nearly behind the net to force the game into the extra period. Andersen and the Ducks ended up pulling out the win, but the 25-year-old has now turned in consecutive sub-par performances as he's allowed nine goals on 68 shots in the past two games. Nonetheless, he'll have a chance to end the series and advance to the Stanley Cup Finals in Wednesday's Game 6.

Jonathan Toews C CHI 3 days ago

Toews potted a pair of goals in Monday's Game 5 loss to the Ducks.

Toews temporarily appeared as though he'd be the hero for Chicago as he scored two goals in the final two minutes to force overtime, but the Ducks ended up pulling through less than a minute into the extra period. He's now up to 16 points (seven goals) through 15 playoff games.

Teuvo Teravainen F CHI 3 days ago

Teravainen potted a goal and gathered an assist in Monday's Game 5 loss to the Ducks.

Teravainen has had a productive two game stretch after being a healthy scratch in Game 3, tallying a goal, two assists, and a plus-3 rating in that span. Considering his recent play, Teravainen figures to be a safe bet to remain in the lineup and occupy his normal spot on the wing on the club's third line.

Patrick Sharp LW CHI 3 days ago

Sharp tallied a pair of assists and six shots in Monday's Game 5 loss to the Ducks.

After a fast start to the playoffs with nine points through the first two rounds, Sharp needed until Game 4 of the Western Finals to get on the scoresheet but he's now tallied three points in the last two games. The winger will likely need another strong showing in Wednesday's Game 6 if the Blackhawks hope to stave off elimination.

Brent Seabrook D CHI 3 days ago

Seabrook notched a goal and an assist in Monday's Game 5 loss to the Ducks.

Seabrook has had an impressive series thus far, recording four points (two goals, two assists) and a plus-2 rating through five games. He's been logging even more ice time than usual, and will likely need another strong showing to help the Hawks stave off elimination Wednesday.

Corey Crawford G CHI 3 days ago

Crawford allowed five goals on 28 shots in Monday's Game 5, overtime loss to the Ducks.

Crawford struggled early in this one as he allowed three goals in the opening frame, once again fueling speculation that coach Joel Quenneville might elect to turn to Scott Darling. He kept the starter in though, and his mates in front of him battled back with two goals in the final minutes to force it to overtime before Crawford allowed a rebound goal just 45 seconds into the extra frame. Crawford has gone through rough stretches lately in this series, but he figures to be back in net in Wednesday's must-win Game 6.

Emerson Etem RW ANA 3 days ago

Etem isn't on the ice for pregame warmups and looks to be a healthy scratch for Monday's Game 5 against the Blackhawks, Mark Divver of the Providence Journal reports.

Despite scoring a goal in Saturday's Game 4, Etem will surprisingly find himself in the press box, as coach Bruce Boudreau decides to go with the veteran Tomas Fleischmann. The fourth-line arrangement looks to be a very fluid situation for the Ducks, so it's quite possible that Fleischmann and Etem could have their roles flip-flopped for Game 6.