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Fantasy Articles Featuring Radim Vrbata

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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.

Sunday Daily Puck: The Shot Hogs

Take a look at who is putting tons of rubber on net in the early going and a discussion of whether Mike Green is really back.

NHL Barometer: Risers and Fallers

Frederik Andersen has the early edge of John Gibson between the pipes for the Ducks. Who else is rising and falling early in the season - check out Jan Levine's recommendations.

The Waiver Wire: Lightning in a Bottle

While it took him a few years to adapt to the speed and size of the NHL game, Victor Hedman has shown he's ready to leave his mark.

Friday Daily Puck: Stars Shine, Sharks Abandoned on Long Island

The Stars showed the Pens why the West is still best, but the Isles showed there's a new player in town.

From the Press Box: First Week Returns

Brock Nelson and the Islanders exploded out of the starting gate. Paul Bruno discusses if they and the other quick starters are legit.

Schedule Analysis: Quack Attack

Corey Perry and the Ducks have four games this week, one of just four teams to be so busy. Check out more of Brian Rutherford's schedule analysis in this week's edition.

Sunday Daily Puck: No More Fight Night?

Fighting is down and enforcers can't get work. Does it matter for fantasy hockey owners?

Saturday Daily Puck: Familiar Faces Thriving In New Places

RotoWire's Brady Trettenero takes stock of the early imports succeeding in their new locales, with new Anaheim center Ryan Kesler among the group.

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.

Draft Kit: Job Battles - Forwards

Who gets to ride shotgun on Steven Stamkos's line in Tampa Bay this year. RotoWire's Jordan Buckley highlights that and some of the other key preseason job battles heading into this season.

From the Press Box: Shuffling Deck Chairs

While the Sharks removed the Captain's 'C' from Joe Thornton and the Assistant Captain's 'A' from Patrick Marleau, what did they do in terms of personnel to recover from last year's playoff collapse?

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?

2014-2015 Coyotes Preview: New Name, Questionable Identity

The newly-rebranded Arizona Coyotes need to determine if they can annually contend for the playoffs with their aging corps, or if it's time to embrace a youth movement.

From the Press Box: Free Agency - Part II

The Caps were very aggressive in pursuing defensemen this offseason, signing Brooks Orpik and Matt Niskanen from the Pens.

Draft Kit: 2014-15 NHL Sleepers

Jan Levine gives his three sleepers for each position. Included in this year's list is the Red Wings' Danny DeKeyser, who should get increased power play time.

NHL Barometer: Career Year for Duchene

The Avs' MVP, Matt Duchene is playing out of his mind and could be on his way to 80 points if he stays hot.

The Waiver Wire: Winners from the Deadline

Now that the trade deadline has come and gone, Dan Waldner and Mike Wilson examine those players that stand to benefit from new situations in this week's Waiver Wire.

Frozen Fantasy: Get Aggressive

With the stretch run coming after the Olympic break, it's time to begin aggressively targeting categories where you can make up a lot of ground.

The Waiver Wire: Back in the Saddle

After a month-long slump, Nazem Kadri has found his game again, and has 14 points in his last nine games.

NHL Barometer: The Bob is on a Roll

Sergei Bobrovsky been dynamite since returning from injured reserve earlier this month.

Monday Daily Puck: What's one game of Sidney Crosby worth?

The Penguins have a light, one-game schedule, making for some tough fantasy decisions

NHL Schedule Analysis: Ride the Lightning

Martin St. Louis and the Lightning have a whopping five games, while the Penguins have just one game in this highly unusual week.

NHL Barometer: Weber's on the Prowl

Shea Weber is heating up after a stone-cold start to the year for the Predators.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Sharpening For Sochi

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

From the Pressbox: Midseason Power Rankings

The Blackhawks are on top, and now they're getting the services of Corey Crawford again.

Saturday Daily Puck: 400 For Ovechkin

Ovechkin's on pace for 70-plus goals. Can he do it?

From the Pressbox: Winter Classic Struggles

Nazem Kadri isn't producing at the same level he did in last year's compressed season. He and the Leafs face the Red Wings in the Big House on New Year's Day.

NHL Barometer: Take That, Mayor

David Desharnais' recent run has quieted Montreal mayor Denis Coderre, who suggested a one-way ticket to the AHL for Desharnais back.

Flyers Back In The Hunt: Wednesday Daily Puck

Steve Mason, Claude Giroux Guiding Flyers