Tommy Wingels C SAN 11 Days

Wingels remained red-hot Saturday, contributing a pair of assists in a win over Calgary.

This guy might be the most underrated player in the league. With two goals and nine points in his last four games, Wingels is now at 20 points (nine goals) in 28 games, putting him on pace for a 60-point season. He has been bumped up to the Sharks' second line with Logan Couture and is definitely worth adding. The 26-year-old is the real deal.

Tommy Wingels C SAN 12 Days

Wingels turned in an excellent performance at both ends of the ice Thursday against the Bruins, netting two goals on four shot attempts while doling out five hits.

With 104 hits on the season, Wingels ranks third in the NHL, but few of the players near him at the top of the leaderboard offer as much potential on the offensive end. And Wingels is showcasing his scoring chops with fervor of late, accumulating three goals and four assists over his last three contests. He's worth a pickup for those looking for a jolt of offense.

Tommy Wingels C SAN 18 Days

Wingels scored his seventh goal of the season, had three assists, and was credited with a whopping seven hits in Saturday's win over Anaheim.

What a monster outing from Wingels, who now has 15 points in 25 games. While his fantasy value remains limited due to his third-line role, Wingels could still reach the 20-goal and 50-point mark in 2014-15. He is the type of secondary scorer that could make the difference at the end of your fantasy season. He's worth a look if you're in a deeper format.

Tommy Wingels C SAN 25 Days

Wingels scored his sixth goal of the season and had five hits in Saturday's shootout loss to Arizona.

The goal was Wingels' first in 11 games, as the 26-year-old has been struggling to produce on the team's third line. He remains on the power-play though, where he has scored two of his goals this season. After posting a career-high 16 goals in 2013-14, Wingels should be able to reach the 20-goal mark in 2014-15.

Tommy Wingels C SAN 1 Month

Wingels add three shots in Saturday's win over Dallas and seems to have cemented himself on the Sharks' second line with Logan Couture and Patrick Marleau.

Wingels will not be under the radar for long. He had a career-best year in every category last year and is on pace to break all of those marks. Through 15 games he has five goals, four assists, a career-high two power play goals, and 53 shots, which ranks ninth in the NHL.

Tommy Wingels C SAN 1 Month

Wingels added an assist, two penalty minutes, and two shots in Saturday's win over the Islanders.

That assist puts Wingels on a four-game point streak. Wingels has continued to surprise. He's got five goals and four assists on the season and is ranked fifth in the NHL with 47 shots.

Tommy Wingels C SAN 2 Months

Wingels had a goal, five hits, five PIM, and 10 shots on goal in Sunday's win over Anaheim.

A great fantasy outing for Wingels, whose third-period power-play tally was his fourth goal of the season. Although the tilt got out of hand, Wingels was flying all night, earning first star of the game. The 26-year-old, who now leads the NHL with 38 shots on goal, is currently skating on the third line, also seeing second unit power-play time. He should easily surpass the career-high 16 goals he managed in 77 games last season.

Tommy Wingels C SAN 2 Months

Wingels had an assist and a shot in the Sharks loss to Boston on Tuesday.

Wingels has three goals and two assists through the opening seven games of the season. He remains a somewhat under the radar forward who will pile up a respectable amount of points and a nice chunk of hits.

Tommy Wingels C SAN 2 Months

Wingels scored his third goal and added a power-play assist in Tuesday's shootout win over the Capitals.

After a miniature breakout to the tune of 38 points last season, Wingels is off to a fine start this year, with four points in three games. He won't keep that pace up, but 40-plus points with good plus-minus will certainly play in a lot of fantasy formats.

Tommy Wingels C SAN 2 Months

Wingels scored twice, recorded three hits and skated to a plus-2 rating in Wednesday's opening-night win over the Kings.

The fifth-year NHLer led the charge in spoiling the Kings' Stanley Cup banner-raising party in this one, finding twine in the first and second periods. Wingels could be a sneaky pickup this year if he can build on last year's 38-point breakout campaign. Keep an eye on him and his line assignments, and don't be afraid to pull the trigger if he starts seeing consistent time in the Sharks' top six alongside a big gun like Logan Couture or Joe Thornton.