Jeff Skinner
LW CAR
1 week ago

Skinner didn't register a point and played just 14:13 during Friday's 3-1 win over Columbus.

EDGE Analysis

It's probably best to chalk Skinner's limited minutes up to a lack of power-play opportunities, as Carolina went on the man advantage just a single time. Additionally, while the winger is currently reeling along a four-game point drought, he still has a respectable seven goals, nine points and 50 shots through just 14 games. It's worth noting that Carolina has played the fewest games in the Eastern Conference to this point, so based on his yearly totals, Skinner could be undervalued in some fantasy circles. With three 30-goal campaigns on his resume, no one should sleep on the high-volume shooter.

Jeff Skinner
LW CAR
3 weeks ago

Skinner scored a goal and recorded five shots on net through 19:33 of ice time during Friday's 2-1 loss to St. Louis.

EDGE Analysis

Now up to six goals, eight points and 30 shots through nine games, Skinner is off to a solid start. The 25-year-old winger scored a career-high 37 goals last season and is still in the heart of his offensive prime, so fantasy owners should continue to rely on him with confidence in all settings.

Jeff Skinner
LW CAR
1 month ago

Skinner netted a pair of goals in Saturday's loss to the Stars.

EDGE Analysis

Skinner has been a goal-scoring machine this year, potting five markers in six contests. The 25-year-old is firing the puck on net often and proving that his resurgent 37-goal-season in 2016-17 was no fluke. Skinner is one of the best pure goal-scorers in the game, so while he may only have one assist thus far, the former Calder Trophy winner is a must-own fantasy gem. Keep him rolling, as the future is bright in Carolina and he's leading the charge.

Jeff Skinner
LW CAR
1 month ago

Skinner scored a goal and added a power-play assist in Thursday's 2-1 win at Calgary.

EDGE Analysis

Skinner carried the offense for his team in this one, opening the scoring 4:48 into the second period before dishing out a helper on Justin Williams' power-play tally early in the third. The 25-year-old sniper didn't have an assist until this contest, but Skinner's had no problem lighting the lamp of late with goals in three of his last four games.

Jeff Skinner
LW CAR
1 month ago

Skinner ripped a power-play goal in Saturday's 2-1 loss to the Jets.

EDGE Analysis

It was a beauty snipe -- bar down and straight in. Skinner has a goal in each of his last two games and will be a key driver in any success the Canes have this season.

Jeff Skinner
LW CAR
1 month ago

Skinner scored Carolina's lone goal in Tuesday's 2-1 overtime loss to Columbus.

EDGE Analysis

Skinner's first goal of the season was an important one, as it erased a 1-0 deficit with 1:25 to play in the third period. The silky skater's coming off a 37-goal campaign, and will need to provide a consistent scoring punch for Carolina to stand a chance at making its first postseason berth since 2008-09 in the loaded Metropolitan Division.

Jeff Skinner
LW CAR
1 month ago

Skinner did not factor into the scoring during Saturday's season-opening 5-4-shootout win over Minnesota. He registered a plus-minus rating of zero along with just a single shot on goal in 18:02 of ice time.

EDGE Analysis

Skinner is currently skating as the No. 3 left winger for the Canes, on a line with Derek Ryan and rookie Janne Kuokkanen. Last season, Skinner tied his career-high 63-point effort from way back in his rookie season (2010-11). However, it's hard to see him duplicating (or surpassing) that feat this season if he continues to skate in a bottom-six capacity. Monitor closely and don't hesitate to put him on your fantasy bench until his situation improves.

Jeff Skinner
LW CAR
7 months ago

Skinner scored twice in Saturday's loss to the Blues.

EDGE Analysis

Skinner has had a fantastic season, notching a career-high 37 goals and smashing the 60-point barrier for the first time since his rookie year. The 24-year-old won't be competing in the playoffs this spring, but the Hurricanes showed down the stretch they possess tremendous upside and are a team to watch in the coming years. When he's healthy, Skinner can be one of the most lethal goal-scorers in the NHL and should be owned in all fantasy leagues.

Jeff Skinner
LW CAR
7 months ago

Skinner scored two goals - including one on the power play - with an assist and plus-1 rating in Tuesday's 5-3 loss against the Wild.

EDGE Analysis

Skinner has been a major reason the Hurricanes were still in the conversation for a playoff spot heading into April. He has 15 goals with 21 points and a plus-11 rating over the past 18 games dating back to Feb. 3. His amazing late-season run has given him 35 goals and 61 points. Skinner is just two points shy of tying his career best of 63 set during his rookie campaign of 2010-11.

Jeff Skinner
LW CAR
8 months ago

Skinner scored the game-tying goal and assisted on the game-winner in Thursday's 2-1 overtime win against Columbus.

EDGE Analysis

His 32nd of the year tied the game with just 4:20 remaining, and Skinner now has a spectacular total of 11 goals and three assists in his last 11 games. The 24-year-old sniper is now just one shy of his career high in goals (set in 2013-14), and a strong end run could see him match the 63 points he delivered as a rookie in 2010-11. No matter how he closes out the year, though, it's inarguable that Skinner's fantasy owners have been well rewarded.