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Fantasy Articles Featuring Dan Hamhuis

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Dan Hamhuis's name.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Have A Hamhuis Sandwich

Blue Line Buzz: Who Got Better in the Back?

Jason Chen breaks down the defensive changes throughout the league after the trade deadline, while highlighting P.K. Subban's strong play of late.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Handing Out the Hardware

Evan Berofsky picks his winners for his annual hockey awards, including the Jonathan Cheechoo Memorial Award.

Blue Line Buzz: Predators Go All In

Jason Chen breaks down Sunday's big trade that sent Cody Franson to Nashville where he could end up as the Predators' No. 2 scoring option.

Blue Line Buzz: On the Move

Jason Chen covers some names that could have big fantasy value swings if they move before the trade deadline.

Thursday Daily Puck: Dubnyk And Dubnyk And Dubnyk Right

The Minnesota Wild made a trade to acquire goaltender Devan Dubnyk and he could make a huge impact on fantasy rosters in the second half.

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.

Saturday Daily Puck: Luuuuu

Roberto Luongo is putting together a Vezina-calibre season in Florida, while Alexander Steen is delivering for the surging Blues.

Thursday Daily Puck: Put Me In (New) Coach

With another coach getting sacked, we look at what effect a coaching transition can have on the fantasy-relevant players on that team.

Blue Line Buzz: Slow Starters Paying Dividends

Alexander Edler has turned it around after a slow start, an event projected by advanced metrics.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Un-Suter-able

Ryan Suter's been a bit of a disappointment all year long, but now he's gone stone-cold.

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.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Toothless Shark

Old age seems to finally be catching up with the 35-year-old Patrick Marleau, who's gone without a point in six straight games.

Sunday Daily Puck: It's The Fall That Will Kill You

The Saturday Daily Puck looked at the teams that improved the most since last year, so now take a look at the teams that declines the most.

Monday Daily Puck: Blackhawks Backin' Up The Goods

Chicago Set On Cruise Control

Wednesday Daily Puck: Mika Shall Inherit The Earth

Questions about the Bruins, a hot Blackhawk, and a struggling goalie

Tuesday Daily Puck: Playing the Trouba

Sunday Daily Puck: Lame Duck

Corey Perry's injury comes just as he was heating up, but it will impact other Ducks too, especially long time linemate Ryan Getzlaf

Thursday Daily Puck: Funny Bryzness

Martin Brodeur and Ilya Bryzgalov are back, but are they really worth a look in your league? Plus, why do you still have Yakupov and Lecavalier on your team?!

Tuesday Daily Puck: Gomez Returns To Jersey

After seven years away, Scott Gomez has returned to the Devils and could be in Tuesday's lineup.

Sunday Daily Puck: Tale Of Two Cities

As the season passes the quarter pole, where are Sunday's competitors: the Canucks and Red Wings?

Friday Daily Puck: Edmonton Oil Spill

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

Blue Line Buzz: Younger and Faster In Dallas

The Stars recent trades have demonstrated their commitment to young, fast players like John Klingberg, who had a big week last week.

Tuesday Daily Puck: The Ultimate Versteeg

Sunday Daily Puck: Spezza Cashes In

What does Jason Sepzza's new deal mean for him and the Stars?

Neutral Zone Wrap: To Hab or Hab Not

Alex Galchenyuk has fulfilled the sleeper potential that many saw for him, but even though his team is flying high there are some potential potholes in the road ahead.

Injury Analysis: Top Western Conference Injuries

RotoWire's Michael Remis breaks down the top fantasy-relevant injuries in the Western Conference, including the latest on Detroit's Pavel Datsyuk.

2014-2015 Canucks Preview: Tort Reform

The Canucks were a mess last season under coach John Tortorella, who was unceremoniously fired after one year on the job. With a new coaching staff in place, can Henrik Sedin and company challenge for a playoff berth?

NHL Barometer: Avalanche of Points

Matt Duchene set a career high this year with 70 points, as he has 14 points in his last 16 games.

From the Press Box: Olympic Preview

Sidney Crosby leads the super-talented and favored Canadian squad.