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Fantasy Articles Featuring Zdeno Chara

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Zdeno Chara's name.

Friday Daily Puck: Edmonton Oil Spill

The Oilers are winless in eight games. When does a train wreck stop being funny?

Monday Daily Puck: Every Game I'm Shuffling

Suddenly, the Pittsburgh Penguins are struggling to find chemistry on their top two lines.

Friday Daily Puck: The Ballad of Jack Johnson

Johnson's financial troubles shows that we're all human.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Is The Magician Losing His Prestige?

Injury woes -- most recently a groin ailment -- have been dogging Pavel Datsyuk for years, and lately they've been affecting his offensive production, too.

Thursday Daily Puck: Beleaf

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

Wednesday Daily Puck: Jori Boy, A Less Successful Pun

One Blue is hot, another is not, and some advice for a young man with a lot to lose.

Monday Daily Puck: Know When To Walk Away, Know When To Run

Knowing when to jettison an unproductive player like the Preds' Seth Jones can often be the difference between winning and losing.

NHL Barometer: Hot Swede In the Hub

Carl Soderberg has been the Bruins' most productive center so far this season.

The Man Advantage: Getting More Opportunities

The Lightning's Anton Stralman is off to a great start and getting more power play time with Victor Hedman out.

Friday Daily Puck: The Best of the Worst

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

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.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Hiller Thrilling In Calgary

Jonas Hiller is playing out of his mind, making him one of the main suspects behind the Flames' hot play early on.

Saturday Daily Puck: Starry-eyed Wild

The Stars and Wild get ready for a key divisional matchup Saturday night. How will it all shake down?

From The Press Box: The Early Surprises

Gabriel Landeskog and the Avs are off to a slow start so far. Paul Bruno also examines two of the higher-drafted rookies in this year's class.

Thursday Daily Puck: Stand By Me

No more waiting. It's decision time. Cut your bad draft picks and decide who you're sticking by through lean times. Also, gloat.

Beat the Cap: Finding Reliable Points

In order to find room for productive stars, you need to find mid-tier players that can give you a solid baseline of points, such as the Bruins' Dougie Hamilton.

NHL Schedule Analysis: On The Prowl

RotoWire's Brian Rutherford likes how the schedule sets up for Pekka Rinne and the Predators this week.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Cam Can't Carry 'Canes

Cam Ward's struggles have made him an unplayable fantasy netminder, and things don't seem likely to get any better Tuesday in Vancouver.

The Waiver Wire: Predators on the Prowl

Filip Forsberg and James Neal lead the way in Nashville, who hope that there will be more offensive production this year.

Saturday Daily Puck: Drooling Over Drouin

Jonathan Drouin has arrived in Tampa Bay, and he hasn't disappointed.

The Coming Thing: Goaltending's Continuing Evolution

Andrew Fiorentino takes a page out of the history books in a musing on the evolution of goaltending, culminating in Frederik Andersen's incredible early success.

Friday Daily Puck: Kuemper's A Keeper

Darcy Kuemper now has three shutouts in four starts. Anomaly or the real deal?

Thursday Daily Puck: Richards Don't Make the Man Rich

How to cash in on early season panic in your league.

Darryl's Dispatch: Draft Day Strategy

Tuukka Rask tops Darryl Houston Smith's goalie chart, one that goes a whopping 80-deep.

Draft Kit: Maingot's Manifesto

Peter Maingot shares his top 10 draft tips, especially for those who play in a rotisserie style format. One such tip - target the backup goalies on elite teams, like Anaheim's John Gibson.

2014-2015 Bruins Preview: Getting Back Up Again

The Bruins may have wilted in the playoffs last season against the Habs, but with the return of a strong core headlined by goalie Tuukka Rask, another run at the Cup remains plausible.

From The Press Box: The Quick and The Ducks

Paul Bruno expects the Kings to prevail over the Ducks in 7.

From the Press Box: First Round Preview

Paul Bruno laments that the Kings and the Sharks have to meet up in the first round of the playoffs, and he predicts each of the first round series.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Playoffs? Playoffs?! PLAYOFFS!

Evan Berofsky predicts that the Ducks will beat the Rangers to win the Cup this year, and gives you some tips for your playoff pools.

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?