Michael Frolik C WPG 4 Days

Frolik scored a shorthanded goal, contributed an assist and went plus-3 in Tuesday's 5-1 win over Buffalo.

Frolik's run of productivity continues -- he now has six points and a plus-4 rating over the last four games. His offense only comes in fits and starts, but there's a use for what he can contribute in deeper formats -- especially if your league rewards you for the three shorties he's scored.

Michael Frolik C WPG 8 Days

Frolik picked up a pair of assists -- one on the power play -- Thursday in a shootout loss to Colorado.

That's four points in two games now for Frolik after he'd managed just a lonely goal in the prior seven games. While he's been inconsistent thus far, it wouldn't be a surprise to see him end up clearing 40 points for the fourth time in his career.

Michael Frolik C WPG 11 Days

Frolik picked up an assist and collected a shorthanded goal in Tuesday's 5-2 win over Dallas.

Frolik had been in a slump recently, with no points in his last four games and just one in his last seven, so it's nice to see him deliver a bit of offense. As usual, he skated heavy minutes -- it'd be nice to see him produce more with that time.

Michael Frolik C WPG 24 Days

Frolik scored the shorthanded game winner in Wednesday's 2-1 loss to the Jets.

The winger continued his solid season Wednesday, and now has five goals and five assists in 24 games on the season. While he was once relegated to the role of penalty killing specialist for the Blackhawks a couple years ago, Frolik seems to have rediscovered his scoring touch since being acquired by the Jets.

Michael Frolik C WPG 1 Month

Frolik scored a goal, added an assist and went plus-2 in Tuesday's 3-1 victory over New Jersey.

After an ice-cold start to the year, he's got goals in three of the last four games and a point-per-game pace in that span. Frolik isn't a huge offensive performer, but after recording just four points in the first 16 games of the year, he's got more course corrections coming his way. If he can stay healthy, he should approach 40 points.

Michael Frolik C WPG 1 Month

Frolik scored a goal in 10:48 worth of ice time in Sunday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Wild.

Frolik's goal started a rally that saw the Jets pot three in less than five minutes to send the game to overtime, but they were unable to grab the extra point. It was just his third of the season, but his second in the last three games. Frolik's now at six points for the season, so he probably won't be able to top last year's 42 point campaign.

Michael Frolik C WPG 2 Months

Frolik scored the lone goal in Sunday's shutout win over Chicago.

It was the first goal of the season for Frolik, who has put up four points in 12 games. Despite the disappointing numbers, Frolik has recorded three points in his last five games, and is now playing on the top line with Bryan Little and Andrew Ladd. If he sticks in Winnipeg's top-six, the speedster could record another 40-point season.

Michael Frolik C WPG 2 Months

Frolik fired seven shots but didn't come away with any points in Friday's loss to the Bolts.

While it was nice to see Frolik get a few good cracks at the net Friday, it was more troubling that he posted a minus-2 rating and saw only 13:54 of action in a game that went to overtime. Through seven games, the winger is averaging 15:57 of ice time, about 45 seconds fewer than what he saw last season with the Jets. It's difficult to argue with coach Paul Maurice's decision to trim Frolik's time, as he's still in search of his first goal and has only one point on the season.

Michael Frolik C WPG 5 Months

Michael Frolik plans to restart contract negotiations with the Winnipeg Jets in January.

The two sides agreed to a one-year, $3.3 million contract for the 2014-15 to avoid an arbitration hearing. However, Frolik is eligible to become an unrestricted free agent this summer. Despite the assurances that the two sides will try to make something work during the season, it's not a great sign that they couldn't agree to a longer-term deal this summer.

Michael Frolik C WPG 5 Months

Michael Frolik has agreed to a one-year, $3.3 million contract with the Winnipeg Jets.

Frolik and the Jets have managed to avoid an arbitration hearing that was scheduled for Thursday. However, the face that the Jets weren't able to lock him up to a long-term contract is a little troubling for them as he's scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent next summer. He had 15 goals and 42 points in 81 games last season.