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Fantasy Articles Featuring Jay Bouwmeester

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Jay Bouwmeester's name.

NHL Barometer: Not So Super Trouba

Jan Levine checks on Jacob Trouba, who has failed to live up to lofty expectations placed on him this year in Winnipeg.

Saturday Daily Puck: California Dreaming?

Joe Thornton voices his frustration in San Jose, while Ryan Spooner is steadily producing as the Bruins' new second-line center.

Thursday Daily Puck: Not Flaming Out

The Flames are beating the odds with their continued strong play. There's reason to be wary, but there's also reasons to be glad.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Have A Hamhuis Sandwich

Blue Line Buzz: Replacing Toughness

Dustin Byfulgien may be the league's toughest player, but the Jets will have to figure out how to fill his void for the next 2-to-4 weeks while he sits with an upper-body injury.

Schedule Analysis: Busy Back-to-Backs

The Islanders are very busy this week, including two back-to-back sets.

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.

NHL Barometer: Sedin Still Sizzling

Jan Levine looks at who's hot and who's not in the NHL this week, and few are hotter than Vancouver's Henrik Sedin.

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.

NHL Barometer: Risers and Fallers

Torey Krug is among this week's risers for Jan Levine in his Barometer. See who else makes the list.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Fail For Nail Has Failed

Nail Yakupov has fallen again, and RotoWire's Evan Berofsky believes he won't get back up.

Thursday Daily Puck: Look Sharp

Be on the lookout for players coming off IR after month-long absences or more. You may be able to find the piece that leads to a championship.

Monday Daily Puck: Lightning Leading the Charge

Led by Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay sits atop the NHL in scoring

Saturday Daily Puck: Showtime in the Windy City

The red-hot Chicago Blackhawks have won five straight games, outscoring their opponents 19-8 in that span. Patrick Kane is as lethal as ever, while Kris Versteeg is becoming a top scoring threat. And what about 20-year-old Brandon Saad?

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?!

Wednesday Daily Puck: Happy Hudler

Some hot forwards, some cold defensemen

Saturday Daily Puck: Little Red Riding Hood

Tyler Ennis' goal of the year candidate prompts us to look back at the best goals we have seen this season. In addition, why Jiri Hudler is red-hot and needs to be on your fantasy team.

Friday Daily Puck: Edmonton Oil Spill

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

Tuesday Daily Puck: The Ultimate Versteeg

Friday Daily Puck: The Ballad of Jack Johnson

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

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: On Bryan Murray

The hockey world reels from the announcement of Bryan Murray's battle with cancer.

NHL Barometer: Capital Investment

Marcus Johansson is riding on Alexander Ovechkin's line and riding high in the process.

Saturday Daily Puck: Drooling Over Drouin

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

Beat the Cap: Pinching Pennies on the Back End

Neil Parker used David Savard over the weekend to afford higher priced players elsewhere to good effect, and he lists eight other potential defenseman bargains in this week's article.

2014-2015 Blues Preview: Forward-Thinking

While Alexander Steen will be hard-pressed to replicate last season's unforeseen production, the Blues' wealth of talent at forward should be able to cover for any regression he may notice.

2014-2015 Hurricanes Preview: Storm Brewing in Goal

With his 2006 run to the Stanley Cup now a distant memory, Cam Ward will have to fend off upstart Anton Khudobin for No. 1 netminding duties on a middling Carolina squad.

Morning Skate: A Rift in Sochi?

Alex Ovechkin and Evgeni Malkin apparently feuded in Sochi, and that may have carried over to Ovie's play in Washington.

Saturday Daily Puck: Miller Time In Missouri

Six teams have emerged as legitimate Stanley Cup contenders. Which team made a move to push them over the edge?