Matt Read RW PHI 1 Month

Read chipped in a goal in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Sabres.After starting the season at a career-worst rate, Read is heating up as he's registered a point in four straight. The forward's goal-scoring numbers are still well below average for what he's capable of, but he could be worthy of consideration in deeper leagues if he can keep up this recent level of play.

Matt Read RW PHI 2 Months

Read ended a 25-game goal drought Tuesday, scoring the lone Flyers' goal in an overtime loss to Montreal.A good all-around game for Read, who was credited with four shots on goal in the loss. While he's only got four goals on the season, he has points in back-to-back games and is playing much better of late. Read, who revealed in mid-January that he's been playing with a high-ankle sprain, could be worth adding down the stretch in some deep leagues. Playing on the second line, Read just needs to show some consistency and get over that long-term injury to return to his usual 20-goal form.

Matt Read RW PHI 2 Months

Read compiled an assist, two hits and three blocked shots in Sunday's 3-1 win over the Capitals.The helper counts as Read's only point in the past seven games. However, his willingness to chip in on defense is keeping him on the ice at a steady clip. The Canada native has 19 points (3G, 16A) with an average ice time of 17:39 this season.

Matt Read RW PHI 2 Months

Read (illness) notched an assist in 18:15 worth of ice time in Saturday's 4-3 win over the Sabres.

Read was a game-time decision for Saturday's contest, but he was deemed go to go after warmups and should be fine for the Flyers' next two games in advance of the upcoming NHL All Star break.

Matt Read RW PHI 2 Months

Read is on the ice for warmups Saturday against the Sabres and is expected to play, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Read was hit with the flu ahead of Saturday's game but is going to power through regardless. He'll be looking for his fourth goal and fifteenth assist on the season respectively against the Sabres.

Matt Read RW PHI 2 Months

Read (illness) will be a game-time decision Saturday against the Sabres, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Read is reportedly battling the flu. If he isn't able to play, Jason Akeson is slated to take his place in the Flyers' lineup. The team should update Read's status prior to the puck being dropped on Saturday.

Matt Read RW PHI 3 Months

Read picked up a pair of assists in Thursday's overtime win against the Capitals.

It's a rare beam of light in what's been a dark season offensively for Read, who still has just 16 points in 41 games. He entered play Thursday with just a lonely assist over his prior eight contests, so he's really showing few signs of coming out of his season-long slump.

Matt Read RW PHI 3 Months

Read bagged two helpers in Saturday's 7-4 win over Toronto.

Read hasn't had a noteworthy year, and he's on pace for just 32 points. If he reaches that mark, it would be his worst offensive showing in a full season at the NHL level. Adjust your roster accordingly.

Matt Read RW PHI 4 Months

Read scored a goal on five shots, assisted on Sean Couturier's shortie and went plus-2 Thursday against the Devils.

With the fine night, Read snapped an extended slump, as he'd gone minus-6 without a point since Nov. 22, an eight-game stretch of misery. The goal was the Flyers' second of a 4-1 win, so he got credit for his second game-winner of the year as well. With just 10 points to show for 28 games this year, Read doesn't belong in many fantasy lineups.

Matt Read RW PHI 5 Months

Read collected an assist on the Flyers' first goal in Thursday's 4-1 win over Florida.

He's got just five points in 13 games. More concerning is that he's still posting a big "one" under the goal column. His shot percentage is well below his career mark, so we'd expect to see him right this ship. Nonetheless, this slow start is, as we've said before, "worrisome" for owners.