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Giroux failed to notch any points for the second consecutive game in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to Columbus.Giroux has just three points in his last eight games, playing minus-3 hockey over that stretch. While he's still a strong start, he does seem to be in a bit of a funk. Owners will hope he can break out of it when the Flyers face Buffalo at home on Thursday.

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Giroux grabbed two assists, one on the power-play, in Sunday's 3-1 win over the Capitals.

Giroux entered the contest with three straight off the scoresheet as he's been shooting less in that span with just four shots in his last three games, but registered a multi-point effort in the win. He also extended his league lead in power play points as the assist gave him his 26th point on the man advantage this season. With 54 points through 52 games, the 27-year-old is working at better than a point per game pace, and should come close to last season's total of 86.

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Giroux fired off a season-high 10 shots Tuesday against the Penguins, finding the net on his ultimate attempt for the game-winning tally in overtime.

Giroux's splendid performance was overshadowed by a game that featured several fights between the Pennsylvania rivals, but it didn't stop him from claiming his fourth-game winner of the season. The goal also gave him his 24th point on the man advantage, tying him with the Blues' Kevin Shattenkirk for the league lead in that category.

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Giroux tallied a pair of assists in Monday's 7-3 win over the Lightning.

Following a brief absence due to a leg injury, Giroux's tallied five points in his last four games with at least one point in each. The pair on Monday moves him into a tie for second in the league in points, behind only teammate Jakub Voracek.

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Giroux assisted Jakub Voracek's game-winner in Thursday's 3-2 overtime victory over Washington.

He seems to have moved past whatever leg injury he was dealing with. He's a go in all formats.

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Giroux (leg) fought off injury and collected a helper in Tuesday's 2-1 shootout-win over Ottawa.

Giroux was a game-time decision after battling a leg injury. The point suggests he's healthy enough to be in your lineup.

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Giroux (leg) is confirmed as a member of the lineup Tuesday against the Senators.

He won't start the game for the Flyers, but does figure to wind up with his usual 20-plus minutes of ice time in any case. While Giroux might not be as active as normal in his return from a brief layoff, his 13 goals and 30 assists across 38 games make it worthwhile to keep him active.

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Giroux (leg) was taking line rushes with the Flyers during pregame warmups and appears on track to play Tuesday against the Senators, Tom Panaccio of CSN Philadelphia reports.

The Flyers' medical staff will likely meet with Giroux for a brief inspection after the skate, but if the center gives them the all-clear, he'll more than likely be back in the lineup. Check back for an official ruling on his status minutes before the puck drops, but those who can't afford to wait that long can probably feel comfortable keeping him active Tuesday.

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Giroux (leg) will be a game-time decision for Tuesday's game against the Senators, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Giroux skated briefly at the Flyers' morning skate but did not take part in line rushes, so it seems more likely he sits out than not. Be sure to check for an update on his status prior to game time if you are considering using him in your lineup for Tuesday's slate of games.

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Giroux (leg) is considered day-to-day and may play Tuesday against the Senators, Sam Charchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Giroux didn't practice Monday, but hasn't been ruled out for Tuesday's contest. The injury occurred Friday when he was cut by the skate of Justin Faulk, and was expected to play Saturday, but he ultimately sat out. Still, the injury doesn't appear to be anything major, as he should be back on the ice at some point in the near future.