FHL: Can They Keep it Up?
Craig Conroy, F, Kings: He thrived early in the season on a line with Pavol Demitra and Alexander Frolov, but cooled somewhat during a 13-game streak without a goal from Nov. 19-Dec. 16. Conroy has goals in four straight games since, however, and so long as he maintains his level of chemistry with his linemates, he should remain a productive fantasy starter. A 32-goal, 78-point, plus-39 pace seems unrealistic, but 25 goals, 65 points and a plus 25 should be well within his reach, making him a solid back-of-your-lineup type.
Olli Jokinen, F, Panthers: A 36-goal, 65-point performer three years ago, Jokinen has settled in nicely in his role as the team's offensive leader this season. He's taking more shots, averaging 3.7 per game, and is on track for 35 goals and 82 points. Despite a lack of depth in the Florida offense, Jokinen's talent should help him get to those numbers, though he won't be anything special in the plus/minus department.
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