Antoine Roussel F DAL 25 Days

Roussel scored and registered two shots in Saturday's 7-1 win over Minnesota.

Roussel has two goals and an assist over his three game point streak. He's also a plus-4 in that time. He's starting to provide value across categories, beyond the fairly reliable number of penalty minutes you're going to get with Roussel.

Antoine Roussel F DAL 28 Days

Roussel had an assist and a plus-2 rating in Wednesday's win over Arizona.

Roussel is providing what owners have hoped for to this point. He's taken a slight step forward in point production from last year's 14 goals and 15 assists. He's on track for 18 goals and 23 assists. Importantly he's getting all the penalty minutes owners hoped for. His 80 minutes on the season rank third in the NHL.

Antoine Roussel F DAL 1 Month

Roussel potted an empty-net goal -- his seventh marker of the season -- in Wednesday's 2-0 win over the Canucks.

The Stars' resident pest now has 16 points and 50 shots to go with his 62 PIMS, making him relevant in nearly all formats that count PIM this season. Roussel has four points in his last four games after being held off the scoresheet for the previous six, so owners may want to get him back in their lineups if they haven't done so already.

Antoine Roussel F DAL 2 Months

Roussel dished out a pair of assists in Saturday's win over the Devils.

With 15 points (six goals) in 29 games, Roussel has been a pleasant surprise this season. On track for the first 40-point campaign of his NHL career, the left-winger is a solid secondary scorer in Dallas. Aside from a recent six-game pointless drought, Rousell has been fairly consistent thus far, recording at least one point in 14 of 29 games. With 62 PIM on the season, Roussel is worthy of a look in some deeper leagues.

Antoine Roussel F DAL 2 Months

Roussel bagged a goal on one of his three shot attempts in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Jets.

The tally ended a 10-game stretch without a goal for the winger, dating all the way back to Nov. 15. Even so, Roussel still has a respectable 13 points in 28 games, and has supplemented that offense with 62 PIM, ranking fifth in the league in that category.

Antoine Roussel F DAL 3 Months

Roussel picked up a power-play assist and skated 19:05 in Tuesday's win over the Coyotes.

That's three straight games with a helper for Roussel, and two of them have come on the man advantage, where he's now got the benefit of riding shotgun with Tyler Seguin, Jamie Benn and Jason Spezza. He saw a full four minutes of power-play time Tuesday.

Antoine Roussel F DAL 3 Months

Roussel was fined, but not suspended for "punching an unsuspecting opponent," San Jose's Justin Braun.

Good news for Roussel owners, especially since coach Lindy Ruff is high on Roussel right now and has added him to the team's top PP unit.

Antoine Roussel F DAL 3 Months

Roussel will have a hearing for a punch thrown at a defenseless player in Saturday's loss to San Jose.

Roussel could see a couple of games for that punch, which was pretty dirty. He caught Sharks d-man Justin Braun in the face while a ref was holding Braun. Expect to lose Roussel for a couple of games. Bad timing for Roussel owners, as coach Ruff had just put Roussel on the top power play unit.

Antoine Roussel F DAL 3 Months

Roussel had an assist, 14 penalty minutes, and a pair of shots in Saturday's loss to San Jose.

Roussel has spent the last two games on the top power play unit. The Dallas PP has struggled, but he's on the ice with Jamie Benn, Tyler Seguin, and Jason Spezza -- that unit is going to find its touch. All the better if it's while Roussel is with them. It's a big chance to get a little extra production from a guy who will otherwise get you 20-30 points and a big pile of penalty minutes in fantasy.

Antoine Roussel F DAL 3 Months

Roussel registered his fourth goal of the season in Friday's loss to the Ducks.

Though Roussel isn't supplying huge hit totals yet (15 in 10 games), he's provided a hint of scoring (six points) to go along with his usual willingness to drop the gloves (27 PIM). He's one of the few hard-nosed fighters in the league capable of picking up some slack offensively, making Roussel more intriguing than most fourth-line scrappers.