Claude Giroux C PHI 14 Hrs

Giroux picked up two assists in Saturday's win over Columbus.

He has 24 points in 19 games, a pace that would see him come close to a 100-point season. And that's not even enough to lead his team (Jakub Voracek has the bead on that one). Still, we like what we see and he's a mandatory activation in our eyes.

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Giroux potted his sixth goal of the season in Thursday's loss to the Wild.

Giroux shook off any worries that the lower-body injury he suffered earlier this week would limit him, firing off seven shots in his 22 minutes of ice time. Continuing deploying the star winger as you normally would.

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Giroux (lower body) recorded four shots in Wednesday's 2-0 loss to the Rangers.

Giroux was expected to miss Wednesday's game after blocking a shot in practice, but ended up being just fine. The fact that he skated 25:45 TOI suggests that he was not limited at all by the injury, and should be considered fully healthy moving forward.

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Giroux (lower body) will play Wednesday against the Rangers.

Girioux appeared ready to suit up after taking rushes in pre-game warmups, and here's the official confirmation. With 21 points already racked up on the season, it would be wise to get Giroux in any lineups if it's not too late.

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Giroux (lower body) is on the ice for pre-game warmups, The Record's Andrew Gross reports.

Giroux is expected to go through warmups, and depending on how he feels, coach Craig Berube will make a final decision on his playing status. He's not officially set to play just yet, but appears to be trending in the right direction.

Claude Giroux C PHI 4 Days

Giroux (lower body) could play Wednesday against the Rangers, Tim Panaccio of CSNPhilly.com reports.

The expectation was that Giroux would miss two games after suffering a lower-body injury during Monday's practice, but coach Craig Berube said Giroux will go through warmups Wednesday and if he feels fine, he'll play. Considering Giroux's production to date (5G, 16A), most owners will likely want to monitor his status and include him in their lineup if active.

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Giroux suffered a lower-body injury during Monday's practice and will likely miss the Flyers' next two games. "I believe it will be days as opposed to weeks," said general manager Ron Hextall, regarding an expected recovery timetable for the star forward.

Giroux was believed to be fine after he was examined by team doctors Monday night after hurting himself in practice, but his condition had taken a turn for the worse once he was reevaluated Tuesday morning. The Flyers have already officially ruled him out for Wednesday's game against the Rangers and it seems likely that he'll be a long shot to play Thursday versus the Wild as well, given the team's desire to have him rest for multiple days. As a result, it looks like Giroux, who has netted five goals and 21 total points over 16 games, will turn his focus on returning in time for Saturday's home date with Columbus.

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Giroux did not take part in Tuesday's practice, CSN's Tim Panaccio reports.

Giroux was evaluated by team doctors Tuesday and declared healthy, but it appears that is not the case. Details about Giroux's status are uncertain, but fhe Flyers are planning to provide an update on his health later Tuesday.

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Giroux scored a power-play goal for the second straight game and added an assist in Friday's loss to Columbus.

It was another laser from the Flyers' captain, who is now riding a four-game point streak, compiling three goals and seven points in that span. Giroux is now up to 20 points (five goals) in 15 games this season, to go with a plus-5 rating. A good sign for fantasy owners is Giroux is shooting the puck like it's his day job. He has recorded seven shots on goal in two straight games, and has now been credited with 72 shots on goal this season -- second most in the NHL. Keep this stud rolling.

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Giroux scored two power-play goals and set up another power play goal in a 4-3 win over the Avalanche on Saturday night. One of the goals stood up as the game winner.

He's on a three-game, five-point scoring streak and has 18 points in 14 games on the season. Money. In. The. Bank.