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Fantasy Articles Featuring Chris Neil

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Chris Neil's name.

Frozen Fantasy: Looking Ahead

In addition to sharing her pickups to target for the stretch run, Janet Eagleson explains why Sidney Crosby and the Penguins won't be a part of her playoff pool bankroll.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Orcas For Four

The Vancouver Canucks have four games this week, but you'll want to make sure that Henrik Sedin (ribs) is good to go before you pencil him into your starting lineup.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Nash Reaching Equilibrium

Rick Nash is starting to round into his old power-forward form for a Rangers team that's starting to heat up in midwinter.

Saturday Daily Puck: Ovechkin Shoots For 60

If Ovechkin scores 60 goals, it'll be the third time since 2008 a player has done so. Can he do it?

Wednesday Daily Puck: Sharpening For Sochi

Patrick Sharp has been on a tear the last two weeks and will be heading to Sochi

Saturday Daily Puck: Horton Hears A Win

Key players return from injury after a three-day holiday break and the start of a new calendar year. Which players will make the biggest difference?

Thursday Daily Puck: U.S. Olympic Roster Announced

Did Bobby Ryan get snubbed? Will Mike Yeo have a job at the end of the week?

NHL Schedule Analysis: Isn't That Just Spezza?

Ottawa and Boston hook up for a pair of games this week among the other holiday festivities.

Frozen Fantasy: Hockey Turned Upside Down

Is the NHL landscape about to change in the wake of the $5.2B deal between the league and Rogers? Janet Eagleson thinks so, and the fallout could lead to the return of dynasties thanks to a higher salary cap.

From the Pressbox: Top Lines & Pairings - Eastern Conference

Phil Kessel is the leading scorer for the Leafs, but will the addition of David Clarkson's toughness help push them over the top?

Crashing the Net: Injuries and Performance

Ryane Clowe might have been lucky to get just a two-game suspension, but that doesn't excuse his lack of offensive output this season.

Offseason Moves: Grading the Transactions

The Rangers finally got that coveted power forward with the acquisition of Rick Nash from Columbus, but was it enough to earn a high grade?

From the Press-Box: Another Playoff Preview

Round 1 overview.

The Man Advantage: Down the Stretch

Chronicling the Blues' remarkable run this season.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Wings of Change

Neutral Zone Wrap: The Underappreciated

Zach Bogosian didn't make it to All-Star weekend, but he's having a great year with the Jets.

From the Press-Box: The Butterfly Effect

Paul Bruno praises the Ottawa Senators while acknowledging their recent woes, and decries the sameness in goaltending styles across the league.

The Man Advantage: More PP Injury Analysis

Who benefits from injuries to power play stalwarts like Zdeno Chara?

From the Press-Box: Changes Everywhere

We've already had three head coaching changes in the NHL.

Crashing the Net: Forward Focus

Jonathan Toews is looking for his new linemate.

From the Press-Box: Leafs Yet To Fall

Paul Bruno is bullish on the hot-starting Leafs.

Crashing the Net: The Forgotten Superstar

Jason Spezza has reminded fantasy owners why he was once among the fantasy elite.

Crashing the Net: Big Chance for Brassard

Derick Brassard has another big chance thanks to Jeff Carter's injury.

Frozen Fantasy: Tough Pill To Swallow

Alexander Ovechkin has been a top fantasy player for a while, but he may have to sacrifice some production to help his team take the next step.

Crashing the Net: Full Recovery For Parise

Zach Parise looks great so far in early action.

The Daily Puck: Ellis Lands On His Feet

Dan Ellis has benefited considerably from the trade to Anaheim.

The Daily Puck: Frustrated Fleury

Marc-Andre Fleury is playing the best hockey of his life, but the Penguins can't score goals for him.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Struggling Sens

Jason Spezza is coming back from injury soon, but what is he coming back to?

The Daily Puck: It's Only Blue for Green

Mike Green still has value on the blue line, but it's too late to extract top trade value from him.

The Daily Puck: On Pace

Steven Stamkos is on pace for 50-in-50. At what point are