(All statistics through Sunday, February 3)
Was his rookie season the best that it will get? 47 points from the towering blue liner was supposed to be the tip of the iceberg in 2009. His sophomore season saw regression, back to 37 points, but he did crack double-digit goals. Then came his third season, the 2011-12 campaign, littered with injury, forcing him to play a modest 55 games, finishing with a disappointing eight goals and 23 points, scattered over various stints in the lineup.
Coming into this shortened season, Myers's stock fell. Owners looked at his last two seasons and figured his rookie campaign's rate of production was unattainable. As a result, Myers was a player many owners gambled on late in drafts as a potential bounceback candidate, not quite a sleeper; a player that could return value, one of those picks that helps build a winning roster.
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