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Blue Line Buzz: Top Playoff Defensemen

Jason Chen ranks his top defensemen from each team in the playoffs.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Playoff Rankings and Picks

Evan Berofsky sizes up the Stanley Cup playoffs and finds a winner in St. Louis and David Backes, who leads his playoff-pool rankings.

NHL Barometer: Not So Super Trouba

Jan Levine checks on Jacob Trouba, who has failed to live up to lofty expectations placed on him this year in Winnipeg.

NHL Barometer: Hab Getting Hot

Jan Levine runs down the risers and fallers this week in the NHL, including David Desharnais, who has gotten hot lately for the Canadiens.

Saturday Daily Puck: 0-For-January

The Buffalo Sabres fail to win a game in January, while Michael Del Zotto is rediscovering his touch on the Flyers' blueline.

Beat the Cap: Leaks and Game Schedules

Brayden Schenn's price is down, but his set-up remains great.

Beat the Cap: An Offensive Start

Patrice Bergeron's excellence in the faceoff circle occasionally hurts his fantasy value because he doesn't start in the offensive zone as often as others such as Jonathan Tavares.

Blue Line Buzz: Positive Vibes for Pietrangelo

Alex Pietrangelo was one of Jason Chen's Performers of the Week in his column this week.

Beat the Cap: Year Ending Hat Trick

In his first article of 2015, RotoWire's Neil Parker explores goaltender and defensemen strategy.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Red-Hot Blueshirts Return Home

Henrik Lundqvist and the Rangers, winners of 13 of their last 14, return home from a West Coast trip to face the Islanders on Tuesday.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Wild Nights

The Wild are one of just three teams to have four games this week, writes RotoWire's Brian Rutherford.

The Waiver Wire: Greener Pastures

After his trade on Friday, David Perron's value has skyrocketed in most fantasy formats. Fantasy GMs who pounced on the news will find themselves glad they did.

NHL Barometer: Development Is Non-Linear

Seth Jones is just the latest example of why we say that defensemen develop slowly and in a non-linear fashion, according to RotoWire's Jan Levine.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Hab Nots

It's Christmas Break week, and the NHL is playing with a compressed schedule. It's more compressed in Montreal, where they have just one game this week.

Saturday Daily Puck: All Hail Gio

Mark Giordano is having a season for the ages in Calgary, while Kyle Turris is hitting his stride with Ottawa.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Things That Go Mump In The Night

Derick Brassard may be sidelined with a case of the mumps that's spreading around the league, but the Rangers are still thriving, writes RotoWire's Evan Berofsky.

Blue Line Buzz: Tired Ducks

The Ducks' top three defensemen are already logging monster minutes, and we're only in December writes RotoWire's Jason Chen.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Monthly Outlooks

Colorado's Nathan MacKinnon is getting on track along with his Avalanche teammates, who have 13 games in December.

Monday Daily Puck: Victor Once Again

Victor Hedman returned Saturday to an already well-stacked Tampa Bay Offense

NHL Barometer: Not So Defensive

Fantasy owners of Alex Ovechkin were worried when Barry Trotz was hired to coach the Caps, but their fears haven't been justified yet.

Blue Line Buzz: Off To A Great Start

RotoWire's Jason Chen takes over our Blue Line Buzz feature and highlights the start of Florida's Aaron Ekblad.

NHL Barometer: Missing the Carnival

Corey Perry missed out on the back-to-back games against the Kings this week due to a viral gland infection.

From the Press Box: Ten Making The Case

Zach Bogosian finally appears to be fulfilling the promise many saw in him when he was a first-round draft pick.

Thursday Daily Puck: Beleaf

Kessel isn't the only talent Maple Leaf that is providing value for fantasy owners despite the Leafs' struggles.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Barkov Has No Bite

The 19-year-old Aleksander Barkov has been a bust this year on the Panthers' top line.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Eight Is Enough

Antoine Vermette and the Coyotes not only have four games this week, but they have four the following week as well, as do the Canadiens.

Sunday Daily Puck: Waiting On Geno

Being a successful NHL franchise and being a successful fantasy owner both require patience. In particular, judging how long to be patient with young players is a key in both games. Do you have the patience it takes to wait for a star to develop?

Saturday Daily Puck: Early Trade Evaluations

With a month of the 2014-15 NHL season now in the books, its time to take an early look at how some key trades made in the offseason are shaping up for the respective teams involved from a fantasy perspective.

Thursday Daily Puck: Question Marc

Fleury gets a four-year extension and I play both sides of the argument on the Penguins-bump for forwards.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Ice Cold Moulson

Scott Hartnell, and his team the Columbus Blue Jackets, are both struggling