Carl Hagelin LW NYR 8 Days

Hagelin snapped a seven-game point drought Tuesday with an assist and the game-winning goal in overtime.

Hagelin played an excellent game, using his speed well and forechecking enthusiastically, and was rewarded with a beautiful spin-o-rama pass from Derek Stepan right onto his stick in front of the net, and he redirected the puck perfectly past Craig Anderson. It's been a slow offensive season for Hagelin, who's behind even his typical modest half-point-per-game pace this year despite not seeing much of a change in ice time. His power-play opportunities remain near-nonexistent, which certainly doesn't help.

Carl Hagelin LW NYR 1 Month

Hagelin snapped a three game point drought with an assist in Saturday's 3-1 win over New Jersey.

While the point came on an empty-netter to seal the win and won't make any top tens in your neck of the woods, it's nice to see the 26-year-old snap the cold streak. No, 14 points in 33 games played certainly gives us no reason to recommend him in standard formats, but the fourth year winger could still break his career-high of 38 points (2011-12) if he can start finding the scorer's sheet a bit more.

Carl Hagelin LW NYR 1 Month

Hagelin tallied his seventh goal of the season in Tuesday's 5-2 victory over the Oilers.

Hagelin has notched goals in back-to-back contests, giving him 13 points in 29 contests this season. However, he's currently skating on the third line with Kevin Hayes and Lee Stempniak, a role that won't afford him much more than 15 minutes per night. He's a solid depth scorer for the Rangers, but fantasy owners can likely do better.

Carl Hagelin LW NYR 2 Months

Hagelin has two of his season total eight points (19 games) in his last three games.

After starting the season on a five game point-less streak, Hagelin has managed to avoid long periods of stagnancy, much like his 33-point season a year ago. However, the production is still a bit lighter than what most owners may have expected coming into the season. More alarming (four points in 14 games last December) is the fact that the majority of the 26-year-old's production last campaign came in the first two months of the season. No two ways about it, it's a seedy time for any Hagelin owners out there.

Carl Hagelin LW NYR 3 Months

Hagelin scored the team's lone goal in Sunday's 3-1 loss to the Oilers.

After Saturday's game in Toronto, Hagelin now has two goals in as many days to bring his season total to four in that department. He netted 17 pucks last year to along with 16 assists, and it seems likely that he'll surpass the 30 point plateau again this season.

Carl Hagelin LW NYR 3 Months

Hagelin logged an assist Monday's 4-3 shootout loss to St. Louis.'

Hagelin, who spent most of the evening with third line forwards Dominic Moore and Anthony Duclair, saw a dip (18:21) in his total minutes even with the extra five minute frame. Still, owners or window shoppers have to like the fact that the 26-year-old has three of his season total four points in the last three games, regardless of what line he's playing on.

Carl Hagelin LW NYR 3 Months

Hagelin collected an assist in Monday's 5-4 comeback win over Minnesota.

The fourth year winger also led all team forwards with 20-plus minutes of total ice time. After being shutout in the first five tilts of the season, the speedy Swede is coming, having registered a plus-3 with two goals and an assist in the team's last four contests.

Carl Hagelin LW NYR 3 Months

Hagelin scored his second goal of the season in Saturday's loss to the Canadiens.

The points have been slow to come, but his two points this season -- both goals, by the way -- have come in his last three games. This may be the start of something. Keep an eye on him.

Carl Hagelin LW NYR 3 Months

Hagelin scored the opening goal of a 4-0 win over the Sharks on Sunday.

After setting a career high in goals last season with 17, Hagelin had yet to record a point this season until Sunday. Hagelin could have some fantasy value if he can improve on his point totals from last season, but his slow start is worth keeping an eye before taking a chance on him.

Carl Hagelin LW NYR 8 Months

Carl Hagelin scored a breakaway shorthanded goal in the first period of Game 1 of the Stanley Cup on Wednesday night, but it was not enough as the Rangers lost 3-2 in overtime.

Hagelin's goal put the Rangers up 2-0, but the resilient Kings got a goal back in the first, the equalizer in the second, dominated the third and wrapped the game up in overtime. Hagelin nearly won the game for the Rangers again on a breakaway late in the game, but was stopped by Jonathan Quick in the frantic final minutes. Hagelin played an excellent game, and has been superb during the Rangers playoff run in which he has 12 points in 22 games.