Colin Wilson C NAS 13 Days

Wilson scored his sixth goal of the season and had four shots on goal in Saturday's loss to the Blackhawks.

That's three goals in four games for the red-hot Wilson, who is now up to 12 points in 24 games. He has heated up with five goals and eight points in his last nine games after registering just one goal and four points in his first 15 games. The 25-year-old is worth a look right now, as he is playing on the second line, top power-play unit, and is on track to score 20 goals for the first time in his career.

Colin Wilson C NAS 20 Days

Wilson scored the tiebreaking goal with 2:12 to play in the third period of Saturday's game against Columbus. Nashville ended up with a 2-1 win.

He hasn't delivered points they way we'd hoped, but he has picked up six, including three goals, in his last six games. At 25, he may be settling into his normal -- there may just be nothing more there. Short term, he may have value though. Just be prepared to ditch him if a cold front arrives.

Colin Wilson C NAS 24 Days

Wilson notched a pair of assists in Tuesday's shootout win over the Kings.

He's been producing over the last four games, racking up two goals, three assists and a plus-4. However, Wilson's overall production has, as usual, been fairly sporadic, as he has just nine points in 19 games for the season.

Colin Wilson C NAS 1 Month

Wilson contributed a goal, an assist and a plus-3 rating to Tuesday's 9-2 embarrassment of the Maple Leafs.

It's been a slow year for the 25-year-old, who's failed to post any kind of sustained offensive success. Tuesday's effort was his first multi-point game of the year, and he hasn't found the scoresheet in consecutive games once yet this season. Wilson will look to change that Thursday in Ottawa.

Colin Wilson C NAS 1 Month

Wilson (lower body) returned to action Saturday against the Jets, seeing 15:28 of ice time in the 2-1 victory.

Wilson had missed the previous two games with the injury. The winger has accumulated four points and a plus-3 rating in 15 games on the season.

Colin Wilson C NAS 1 Month

Wilson (lower body) isn't expected to play Thursday against the Blues.

Wilson missed Wednesday's practice due to the injury, and with the Predators not holding a morning skate Thursday, it appears he won't be able to find his way into the lineup. Gabriel Bourque is expected to fill in for Wilson for the second straight game.

Colin Wilson C NAS 1 Month

Wilson is currently listed as day-to-day with a lower-body injury, according to The Tennessean.

Wilson did not take any shifts during the third period of the Preds' 2-1 win over St. Louis on Saturday, so presumably the injury happened sometime during the first two frames. Keep Wilson on your fantasy bench until further details of his ailment are released.

Colin Wilson C NAS 2 Months

Wilson tallied his first goal of the season in Sunday's win over the Canucks.

Wilson's goal came with just 1:33 remaining in the contest, giving the Predators some added insurance in the 3-1 victory. He's averaging 14:38 of ice time this season while playing primarily on the Preds' third line, a role that makes him relatively uninteresting for fantasy purposes.

Colin Wilson C NAS 3 Months

Wilson (undisclosed), who wore a no-contact jersey for Tuesday's practice, was a full participant Wednesday, according to the Tennessean.

Wilson centered a line with Erik Nystrom and Rich Clune during practice, which would represent either the Preds' third or fourth line most nights. While the injury concerns surrounding Wilson appear to have faded, we need to see him back on a scoring line to view him as fantasy-worthy in most formats. Earlier in camp, he was skating with Derek Roy and Craig Smith, so hopefully he gets reunited with these two higher-caliber linemates at some point.

Colin Wilson C NAS 3 Months

Wilson (undisclosed) practiced Tuesday in a no-contact jersey, The Tennessean's Eric Stromgren reports.

There has been no official word regarding the exact nature or severity of the injury, so consider him day-to-day for now. Wilson had been skating on the Preds' second line alongside Derek Roy and Craig Smith prior to the injury.