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Fantasy Articles Featuring John-Michael Liles

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention John-Michael Liles's name.

Friday Daily Puck: Rise Of A Star

Matt Duchene has taken the league by storm since the Olympics, cementing his place among the NHL's top skaters.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Broadway Blues

Martin St. Louis has just two points -- and no goals -- in seven games since joining the Rangers at the trade deadline.

The Man Advantage: Fresh Blood

Ryan Strome is among those getting extra power play time as a result of trades or injuries. Check out who else Mark McLarney mentions in this week's edition.

Sunday Daily Puck: Fantasy Play-offs are Here (for some)

Some head-to-head leagues are starting their playoffs Monday - make sure you maximize your roster!

Saturday Daily Puck: California Feeding Frenzy

The Sharks are surging and destroying everything in its path. Are they the best team in California?

Thursday Daily Puck: The Canadian Line Dance

We take a look at what top lines are firing on all cylinders and which ones are struggling. Plus, the Flames beat the Ducks 7-2, just like I predicted.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Blues Traveler

Ryan Miller, winner of his first four games since being traded to St. Louis, may never want to leave now that he has an elite team in front of him.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Back-to-Back Bingo

Evgeni Malkin and the Penguins have one of the most unique schedules seen in the NHL, with not one but two home-and-away games against Conference rivals this week.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Break Time's Over

A disappointed Ryan Miller and the Sabres get back to work against the Hurricanes on Tuesday as NHL action resumes following the Olympics.

Daily Fantasy Hockey 101: An Intro to Daily Hockey

Our resident Daily Fantasy Hockey expert, Michael Clifford

Neutral Zone Wrap: Hanging (Around) Chad

Tuukka Rask is getting more rest than his fantasy owners would like, with Chad Johnson scooping up the extra wins.

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.

The Waiver Wire: Forward Progress

Dustin Byfuglien's promotion to the wing may be a huge benefit to both fantasy GMs and the Winnipeg Jets.

From the Press Box: Examining Canada's and Team USA's Sochi Selections

Paul Bruno provides roster analysis for the Canadian and American Olympic squads, while shedding light on some of the players who may have been overlooked, like the Bolts' Martin St. Louis.

The Waiver Wire: Welcome Back, Bozak

With five points in his three games since his return from injury, Tyler Bozak is a sight for sore eyes in Toronto.

Blue Line Buzz: Beyond the Sea

The Blackhawks are getting great seasons from Duncan Keith (pictured) and Brent Seabrook, but there are other defensemen in Chicago that can help you.

Saturday Daily Puck: Zero To Heroes

Injuries are ramping up, so which has-beens and never-weres will get their once-in-a-lifetime chance?

NHL Schedule Analysis: Back-to-Back Jacks

Brian Rutherford suggests that Tuukka Rask could get a night off for one of the Bruins' back-to-back games.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Senatorial Schedule

Erik Karlsson and the Senators have four games this upcoming week. Brian Rutherford breaks down the rest of the docket in this week's edition.

NHL Barometer: Ready for Takeoff

Jacob Trouba made his NHL debut Tuesday with the Winnipeg Jets and showed legitimate offensive upside.

Darryl's Dispatch: Top 60 Draft Prospects

Darryl Houston Smith lists his top 60 draft prospects in this year's class. See who he compares to Chris Pronger (pictured).

Blue Line Buzz: This Year's Underachievers

Dmitry Kulikov goes under Dan Pennucci's microscope among those underachieving defensemen this year.

NHL Barometer: Stop the Presses

Mike Green is back; after looking washed up, Green has flipped the switch since returning from injury.

Blue Line Buzz: Save the Penguins

Sidney Crosby isn't the only star that the Penguins are learning to live without, as Kris Letang is also hurt.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Bruins For Four

Brad Marchand and the Bruins have a favorable four-game schedule this week. Brian Rutherford breaks them all down here.

NHL Barometer: A Kid Again in Pittsburgh

Sidney Crosby is finally healthy and producing for the Penguins after two seasons of setbacks.

The RotoWire NHL 200: Malkin on Top

Evgeni Malkin tops Ray Flowers overall rankings.

Shots on Goal: Early Look - Northeast Division

Tuukka Rask gets a big opportunity this season to be the Bruins' starting goalie, with Tim Thomas taking a sabbatical.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Unanswered Questions

Things are getting worse in Toronto, not better. Losing Joffrey Lupul was a big blow.

NHL Barometer: No More Staal-ing

Eric Staal has more than rebounded from his abysmal start and is giving Carolina the production fantasy owners expected.