Tommy Wingels C SAN 6 Days

Wingels had an assist, two shots, and a massive 11 hits in Sunday's Stadium Series loss to the Kings.

Wingels has 211 hits on the season, fourth most in the NHL. He's producing elsewhere, but you're getting big production in secondary categories if you're rostering Wingels.

Tommy Wingels C SAN 10 Days

Wingels had a goal, three shots, and five hits in Thursday's win over the Stars.Wingels scored a goal for the first time since returning from injury, a stretch of six games. After a strong start to the season, Wingels has been hit and miss in categories other than actual hits. Hopefully this is Wingels getting back to his game.

Tommy Wingels C SAN 21 Days

The Sharks have activated Wingels (hand) from IR.

Per Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area, Wingels -- who last suited up on Jan. 19 -- figures to re-enter the Sharks' lineup Monday against the Flames on the team's third line, along with Tomas Hertl and Chris Tierney.

Tommy Wingels C SAN 1 Month

Wingels, who suffered a broken finger in his left hand on Jan. 19, hopes to return to action in three-to-four weeks, reports.

Per the report, Wingels, who has "an apparent break in his pinkie finger" underwent a procedure on Jan. 20 to address the issue, with a specific timetable for his return not yet outlined. "I don't have an exact time frame," Wingels indicated. "It's when my hand heals, when I feel comfortable playing with it, and when I can get the strength back that will determine when I feel I'm ready to play."

Tommy Wingels C SAN 1 Month

Wingels (upper body) was placed on IR on Tuesday.

Coach Todd McLellan announced after Monday's game that Wingels would be "out a while" due to the injury, so the placement on IR doesn't come as much of a surprise. He'll be eligible to play immediately after the All-Star break, but there is no definitive timetable for his return.

Tommy Wingels C SAN 1 Month

Coach Todd McLellan indicated after Monday's game against New Jersey that Wingels will be out "a while" with an unspecified upper body injury.

With Wingels -- who has 11 goals and 25 points in 47 games to date -- all but ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Kings, it looks like the soonest we'll see him back is Jan. 29 against the Ducks.

Tommy Wingels C SAN 2 Months

Wingels notched his 10th goal of the season in Tuesday's win over the Wild.

It was Wingels' first goal in over a month, and his first point in eight games. The 26-year-old's slowing production is somewhat alarming, but it hasn't resulted in a major drop in ice time yet. Still, it's tough to justify keeping him active in fantasy lineups until he supplies some more consistent offense.

Tommy Wingels C SAN 3 Months

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 3 Months

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 3 Months

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.