C - NJ
Yegor Sharangovich recorded two assists Saturday night in the Devils' 5-2 win over the Kings.
Sharangovich has made very little impact in the offensive zone for the Devils of late, picking up points in just four of his last 11 games (two goals, three assists) for the club. The 24-year-old has been a solid depth option on an impressive New Jersey squad to this point, scoring 10 goals and adding 10 assists for 20 points in 43 games so far this season.
Yegor Sharangovich had a busy night against the New York Rangers, registering a goal on a breakaway following a beautiful takeaway off Jacob Trouba. Besides the goal, which served as New Jersey's lone goal and point of the evening, Sharangovich had 17 penalty minutes due to instigating a fight with Rangers defenseman Braden Schneider following a hard body check. He had a +1 rating as well.
Sharangovich has been sneakily good this season and is perhaps one of the more underrated players in the league. The 23-year-old has 40 points in 64 games, and is worth considering for fantasy rosters, even as a bench spot.
Yegor Sharangovich was strong in the win over the Rangers, scoring one goal and adding an assist on Hughes' second goal of the night. He also had two shots, two hits, a block, and a +2 rating.
Sharangovich has quietly become a very solid player for the New Jersey Devils. Only 23, the Belarusian forward should be watched intently moving forward, and may warrant roster status in deeper leagues.
Yegor Sharangovich grabbed a power-play goal and an assist in the first period during the Devils' 6-3 loss to the Lightning.
Sharangovich's second year is on the same trajectory as the first. He is up to 24 points as well as 17 hits and 15 blocked shots. He remains in the top six for New Jersey, but that doesn't contain the same opportunities as it does on other teams. He does have eight points in the last six games so fantasy managers can still capitalize on his hot streak for now.