Steve Downie picked up his third goal of the campaign in a 7-2 loss to Chicago Wednesday night.
Despite the relative lack of goals, Downie has been a very useful fantasy asset in leagues that reward penalty minutes. Jakub Voracek also scored a goal for Philadelphia in the losing effort.
Ray Emery suffered through a difficult matchup against his former teammates Wednesday, as the Flyers were destroyed by Chicago 7-2.
Emery allowed six goals on 18 shots in just over two periods of work before he was mercifully removed from the game early in the third frame for Steve Mason. His record falls to 3-6-0 on the season while his GAA rises to 3.02 and his save percentage falls to .891.
Patrick Sharp scored a goal and dished out a pair of helpers for the Blackhawks in Wednesday's 7-2 drubbing of the Flyers.
Almost every Blackhawks player got into the act somehow, as they received goals from each of Michal Handzus, Duncan Keith, Brent Seabrook, Andrew Shaw, Jonathan Toews and Kris Versteeg in the victory. Marian Hossa also chipped in with three assists in the win.
Antti Raanta's job keeps getting easier, as he blocked 28 of 30 shots Wednesday en route to a 7-2 win over Philadelphia.
Thanks to a level of offensive support that would make any net minder jealous, Raanta possesses a 5-0-1 record on the season. His GAA is 2.12 while his save percentage is .926.
Cody Franson scored the only Toronto goal in Wednesday's 3-1 defeat at the hands of the Los Angeles Kings.
The power play marker was actually the first of the campaign for Franson, who registered four goals and 25 assists in 45 games last season. Phil Kessel and Jake Gardiner drew assists on the goal.
Jonathan Bernier allowed three goals on 23 shots in Wednesday's 3-1 loss to the Kings.
Bernier has been accustomed to facing over 40 shots per game so it's ironic that he allowed three goals and suffered a loss on the night the faced so little rubber. His record falls to 9-9-2 after the defeat while his GAA is 2.52 and his save percentage is .927.
Jeff Carter recorded a goal and an assist in Wednesday's 301 win over Toronto.
The marker was only the eighth of the season for the noted sniper, who has battled injury at times this year. Kyle Clifford and Drew Doughty also found the back of the net in the Los Angeles victory.
Martin Jones picked up his fourth straight win for the Kings Wednesday night, as Los Angeles defeated the Maple Leafs by a score of 3-1.
Jones turned aside 38 of 39 shots in the win and is proving the theory that playing behind the Kings defense is an enviable assignment for any goaltender. His record is a perfect 4-0-0 while his GAA is 0.74 and his save percentage is an exceptional .974.