News: Seguin dished out three power-play assists and had a game-high nine shots on goal in Saturday's win over Winnipeg.
Impact: Seguin's superior season continues, as his 56 points are second-most in the league, while his 204 shots on goal are next to only Alexander Ovechkin. On pace for 90 points, Seguin is an automatic roll whenever he's in action.
News: Klingberg recorded a goal and two assists on the power play and added an even-strength tally in Saturday's win over Winnipeg.
Impact: What a monster night for the 22-year-old, who logged 22:23 of ice time, including a whopping 7:17 of man advantage time. He's got five goals and 11 points in his last eight games, giving him 24 points in 35 games on the season. This rising stud has had seven multi-point outings this season and is playing on the top power-play unit with Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn. Do you really need any more reasons to grab him off the waiver wire? Snag him while you can, as he's the real deal.
News: Lehtonen was outstanding Saturday, stopping 36 of 38 shots in a win over Winnipeg.
Impact: That's two straight wins for Lehtonen, as his up-and-down season continues. While his rate stats are lacking, he's been steady of late, boosting his record to 21-11-7 on the year. Considering he's played 42 games this season, Lehtonen is a strong fantasy option if you're looking for wins.
News: Ritchie will be held out of Saturday's game against the Coyotes while he continues to nurse an undisclosed injury, Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Impact: While the Stars decided to activate Ritchie from injured reserve Wednesday, his unavailability in the team's subsequent two games suggests he's not feeling 100 percent just yet. His next chance to play will come Tuesday against the Avalanche.
News: Cole (upper body) will not play Saturday against the Jets, Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Impact: Cole will miss his third straight game due to the injury. He's been able to practice the last few days, so he'll remain in the day-to-day camp for the time being, with a return to action perhaps coming next week.
News: Lehtonen was the first goalie off the ice at morning skate and is thus on track to start Saturday's game against the Jets, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Impact: Lehtonen has allowed three goals in both of the outings since the All-Star break, taking a loss in one (against Montreal) and winning the other (against Ottawa). Such performances have been par for the course for Lehtonen, who has ridden a stellar offense to a 20-11-7 record despite his ugly ratios (2.99 GAA, .903 save percentage). He'll match up Saturday against Jets rookie Michael Hutchinson, who has performed as one of the league's top goalies this season.