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Fantasy Articles Featuring Brooks Orpik

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Brooks Orpik's name.

Saturday Daily Puck: Slump Busters

Many players got the monkey off their back Friday, scoring their first of the season or ending epic slumps.

Friday Daily Puck: Thankful We're Back

After a day off around the league, it's a busy, busy night in the NHL.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Nik-ed Up

One veteran Swede is hot, another is not, and Brock Nelson is setting out to prove last year wasn't a fluke.

Monday Daily Puck: Blues' Blueliner Hitting High Note

Kevin Shattenkirk is picking up where he left off last year.

Saturday Daily Puck: Reim Time

Finding a good goaltender is essential, but always more difficult than it should be.

Thursday Daily Puck: Taylor Made

The Edmonton Oilers are finally playing some exciting hockey, plus Duncan Keith is hot since coming back and Teddy Purcell's adjustments are working

Wednesday Daily Puck: Winter Jackets

One Blue Jacket has gotten hot, while one remains ice cold.

Friday Daily Puck: Jetsetters

Best team to watch in the NHL.

Thursday Daily Puck: Shotty Luck

We talk who is hot and how you can use shooting percentage predictively to make better trades.

Saturday Daily Puck: Rookie Risk

It's a unique year in the number of exciting rookies available for fantasy, even outside of Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel. But how do you assess a rookie?

NHL Schedule Analysis: Welcome Back!

Steven Stamkos and the Lightning are tied with the Canadiens for the most games in the month of October.

Blue Line Buzz: Top Playoff Defensemen

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

NHL Barometer: Playoff Preview

Jan Levine previews the NHL playoffs and envisions Rick Nash lifting the Stanley Cup in June.

Thursday Daily Puck: The Tragedy Of Owning King Richards

Brad Richards provides a great example of how on-ice expectations can be very different from fantasy hockey expectations and there's something to be learned there.

Monday Daily Puck: Hudler Not Slowing Down

Not even the loss of Mark Giordano can cool the Flames

Schedule Analysis: Staying Blue

The Blues have four games this week and only two next week, but Brian Rutherford explains why you should stick with some St. Louis skaters.

Sunday Daily Puck: Carey-ing The Load

Carey Price is having an incredible season for the Canadiens and leads the league in almost every goaltending category. He's carrying Montreal into President's Trophy contention and they aren't doing much to help him.

Friday Daily Puck: The Return of the Kings

The Kings are making things interesting in the Western Conference. With only a handful of playoff spots left, which teams have the best chance or going to the second dance?

Wednesday Daily Puck: May the Schwartz be with You

Doan is done, Abdelkader is worth a look, and the Islanders are a team to reckon with.

The Waiver Wire: Green Means Go

With a new coach and a new system, Mike Green is making a comeback in Washington after a number of disappointing seasons.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Great Goose

The All-Star break is upon us with one more day of action left on Wednesday.

Thursday Daily Puck: Winter Classic - Boredom Battle

I love outdoor hockey, but I'm going grumpy neighbor on it this year: It feels anything but Classic.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Predatory Pairs of Games

The Predators have a favorable pair of back-to-back games this week.

Blue Line Buzz: Value Added

Who are some of the players that add sneaky value if you avoid taking the big name defensemen like Drew Doughty? Jason Chen elaborates in this week's column.

Monday Daily Puck: Letang Knock, Knock, Knockin' on Norris' Door

The Pittsburgh Penguins are losing players by the bunch but Kris Letang is helping to fill the void

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.

Friday Daily Puck: The Best of the Worst

Which eye should you poke out when watching the Sabres and Oilers? Left, right, or both?!

2014-2015 Penguins Preview: Addition by Subtraction

Even after an offseason overhaul of both management and personnel, the cupboard certainly isn't bare for Sidney Crosby and the Pens.

2014-2015 Capitals Preview: New Leader Trotz Out To D.C.

The defensively-averse Alex Ovechkin may be tasked with delivering stronger two-way play under new coach Barry Trotz, but he still figures to get his points one way or another.

From the Press Box: Metropolitan Division Offseason Review

Dan Boyle has a new home in New York, the Flyers lost out on Scott Hartnell due to cap concerns, and the Capitals hired Barry Trotz and are embracing a new defensive approach. Paul Bruno breaks down each team's moves from the Metropolitan Division.