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Noel Baldwin covers the Arizona Coyotes and St. Louis Blues and writes about fantasy hockey for Rotowire.

Fantasy sports articles written by Noel Baldwin

Sunday Daily Puck: Those Fancy Stats

The fighting over the use of advanced statistics in hockey seems to be calming, but what do fantasy players need to know?

Sunday Daily Puck: No More Fight Night?

Fighting is down and enforcers can't get work. Does it matter for fantasy hockey owners?

2014-2015 Coyotes Preview: New Name, Questionable Identity

The newly-rebranded Arizona Coyotes need to determine if they can annually contend for the playoffs with their aging corps, or if it's time to embrace a youth movement.

2014-2015 Panthers Preview: Youth is Served

With the addition of Aaron Ekblad to an already-young group, the future is seemingly promising in South Florida. But how soon can the Panthers emerge as an annual playoff contender in the Eastern Conference?

Sunday Daily Puck: Beasts Of The East

The Bruins look primed to roll the Eastern Conference on their way to the Stanley Cup. Can someone stop them?

Sunday Daily Puck: Not Finnished Yet

Another top prospect, Teuvo Teravainen, is expected to make his debut with Chicago on Sunday. How excited should fantasy owners be about the young Finn.

Sunday Daily Puck: Welcome To The Party!

Evgeny Kuznetsov, the best player outside the NHL, is coming to the Capitals. What's he worth and what can you expect from him?

Friday Daily Puck: Health Break

Steven Stamkos headlined some players whose health status may have disappointed fantasy players

Sunday Daily Puck: In Good Hands

A new crop of rookies is making an impression on the NHL and has the league in good hands.

Sunday Daily Puck: Miller Time?

Ryan Miller seems destined to be traded out of Buffalo. Where will he go?

Sunday Daily Puck: No Time To Sing The Blues

The Blues have lost their leading scorer, who will step up?

Sunday Daily Puck: Lightning Strikes In Tampa

When Steven Stamkos went down with a broken leg the Lightning could have folded their tent, but instead they are in a playoff position. The play of Ben Bishop is a big reason why they have succeeded.

Sunday Daily Puck: No Going Home?

Daniel Alfredsson returns to Ottawa with his new team on Sunday. What kind of reception will be get from the Sens faithful?

Sunday Daily Puck: Stars Are Born

The Stars brought Tyler Seguin to Dallas and paired him with Jamie Benn. The results so far: so good.