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Fantasy Articles Featuring Ryan Kesler

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Ryan Kesler's name.

NHL Barometer: Hab Getting Hot

Jan Levine runs down the risers and fallers this week in the NHL, including David Desharnais, who has gotten hot lately for the Canadiens.

Friday Daily Puck: Clarkson's Blues and Jagr's Moves

The Leafs ship David Clarkson to Columbus and the Devils send Jaromir Jagr to Florida. What's next?

Thursday Daily Puck: Trade Deadline Dry Run

The NHL had a dry run at the trade deadline on Wednesday, with four trades taking place in less than 24 hours.

The Waiver Wire: San Joe-Say

As Dan Waldner shows in this week's Waiver Wire, fantasy owners continue to benefit from the strength down the center that San Jose possesses with Joe Thornton and Joe Pavelski.

Thursday Daily Puck: Principal Skinner's Scratch

Jeff Skinner is getting scratched, Pekka Rinne returns, and how Darcy Kuemper may be able to get you a little hidden value before the end of the year.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Yandle Me With Care

A player who may be traded is hot, while a player who was traded is not

The Waiver Wire: Green Means Go

With a new coach and a new system, Mike Green is making a comeback in Washington after a number of disappointing seasons.

Friday Daily Puck: Everything's Coming Up Clendening

The world has ended and the Canucks have consummated a trade with the Blackhawks. Can Clendening fill in for Bieksa?

The Man Advantage: Future PP Stars

Jori Lehtera could eclipse 60 points in his first NHL season with the Blues, and could start seeing more time on the power play.

The Waiver Wire: The Twin Cities' Technician of the Tangled Twine

Devan Dubnyk has a new home and a solid opportunity to show the rest of the league that he has the chops to be a starter in the NHL.

NHL Barometer: Development Is Non-Linear

Seth Jones is just the latest example of why we say that defensemen develop slowly and in a non-linear fashion, according to RotoWire's Jan Levine.

NHL Barometer: Fine On His Own

Ryan Getzlaf hasn't faltered despite being without his linemate Corey Perry. Check out the latest batch of Risers and Fallers in this week's Barometer.

Frozen Fantasy: Hanging On?

Now pursuing a tryout with the Blues, Martin Brodeur has been unable to proceed quietly into retirement. Has his refusal to call it quits stained his legacy?

NHL Barometer: Not So Defensive

Fantasy owners of Alex Ovechkin were worried when Barry Trotz was hired to coach the Caps, but their fears haven't been justified yet.

Sunday Daily Puck: Tale Of Two Cities

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

FanDuel NHL: Value Plays for the Week

With Pascal Dupuis out of commission due to a blood clot, a new opening exists for the Penguins on Sidney Crosby's line. Michael Clifford reveals who will fill the void, and why he could be a strong punt play in DFS.

Friday Daily Puck: The Ballad of Jack Johnson

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

Beat the Cap: The Price is Wrong

Neil Parker discusses the pricing procedures for FanDuel and DraftKings, comparing the respective salaries of Vladimir Tarasenko and Jamie Benn as examples.

Frozen Fantasy: Subtraction by Addition

Gabriel Landeskog and the Avs qualify as one of the NHL's early disappointments. Is it possible that the offseason addition of Jarome Iginla has somehow made the team worse?

Waiver Wire: Power Patric

His new home in Pittsburgh seems to suit Patric Hornqvist rather well - Dan Waldner and Mike Wilson explain why he's better than you think.

Saturday Daily Puck: Early Trade Evaluations

With a month of the 2014-15 NHL season now in the books, its time to take an early look at how some key trades made in the offseason are shaping up for the respective teams involved from a fantasy perspective.

NHL Barometer: Hot Swede In the Hub

Carl Soderberg has been the Bruins' most productive center so far this season.

From the Press Box: Busted Oil Wells

Taylor Hall's injury is just the latest in grim news coming from Edmonton. Paul Bruno writes about the Oilers troubles in this week's article.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Matter-Eater Ladd

The Ducks have done well in net, while the Coyotes may have a problem.

2014-2015 Ducks Preview: Aiming High in Anaheim

With star center Ryan Getzlaf still thriving and an ever-improving corps of young talent dotting the roster, the Ducks appear in good shape to sustain long-term success.

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: 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?

Draft Kit: 2014-15 Busts

Ryan Kesler might be in a better fantasy set-up in Anaheim, but RotoWire's Dan Pennucci suggests that he'll be overdrafted in most leagues this year.