F - ANA
The Ducks dropped a 4-3 decision to the Jets on Sunday, but Carter Rowney played a role in all three of Anaheim's goals.
The forward has logged fewer than 100 games in his NHL career, so this was arguably his best performance to date. It was a nice night for him, but he's only going to help fantasy owners in extremely deep leagues.
Rowney scored on a slam-sunk chance in the second period, giving the Ducks the lead they ultimately could not hold onto.
Rowney remains a 4th line mainstay in a rather low-scoring offense.
Rowney picked up the assist on Josh Mahura's goal as the player winning the faceoff to his pointman late in the third.
Rowney has 2 goals and 5 assists in 17 games.
Rowney entered the zone and kept the puck smartly, drawing a couple of bodies to open up a lane for Kiefer Sherwood to streak in and score.
Rowney has 2 goals and 4 assists in 15 games.