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Fantasy Articles Featuring Eric Fehr

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Eric Fehr's name.

Thursday Daily Puck: King of New York, King of Your Team

With the Rangers clinching their series against the Penguins, we take a look at how teams that are winning big in their series might deceive fantasy players.

Thursday Daily Puck: For Whom the Bell Tolls

The bell has tolled for the Winnipeg Jets, the first casualty of the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs. A failure to maintain leads and get contributions from key players doomed them.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Un-Palat-Able

The Lightning are looking for some more electricity from winger Ondrej Palat, who's working on nearly a month without a goal.

From the Press Box: Stanley Cup Playoff First-Round Picks

Paul Bruno previews the first round of the playoffs, while sneaking in who he thinks will be lifting the Stanley Cup in June.

Wednesday Daily Puck: It Begins!

The NHL playoffs are beginning Wednesday. Here's what you need to know.

NHL Barometer: Playoff Preview

Jan Levine previews the NHL playoffs and envisions Rick Nash lifting the Stanley Cup in June.

Saturday Daily Puck: March Of The Penguins?

The Penguins face a must-win situation Saturday against Buffalo, while the red-hot Kyle Turris looks to help the Senators get into the postseason on the final day of the regular season.

Wednesday Daily Puck: On Your Mark...

Two Marks are hot, and a Buffalo Sabre is worth a pickup. Really.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Handing Out the Hardware

Evan Berofsky picks his winners for his annual hockey awards, including the Jonathan Cheechoo Memorial Award.

NHL Schedule Analysis: All-Star Break Week

Brian Rutherford breaks down the short schedule this week and advises patience on Brock Nelson.

Saturday Daily Puck: Advanced Fantasy Stats

Taking a look at which players are excelling in advanced fantasy categories, plus Seth Jones delivering offense for NHL-Leading Predators.

Thursday Daily Puck: Put Me In (New) Coach

With another coach getting sacked, we look at what effect a coaching transition can have on the fantasy-relevant players on that team.

Frozen Fantasy: Is the NHL Changing?

Sidney Crosby has a new linemate, and the move from one of the league's worst teams to one of its best should make him a popular addition to fantasy squads, writes Janet Eagleson.

NHL Barometer: Strome Strong

Ryan Strome is on the way because of his move from wing to center. See who else reaches Jan Levine's risers and fallers lists.

The Waiver Wire: Two Gals From Montreal

Alex Galchenyuk and Brendan Gallagher are putting up noteworthy fantasy numbers this year - much to the delight of owners and Habs fans everywhere.

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?

Beat the Cap: Chasing The Third Wheel

Finding the third forward on a highly successful pairing can be highly profitable in daily fantasy hockey, but as Emerson Etem's experience with Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry demonstrates, that success can be fleeting.

2014-2015 Capitals Preview: New Leader Trotz Out To D.C.

The defensively-averse Alex Ovechkin may be tasked with delivering stronger two-way play under new coach Barry Trotz, but he still figures to get his points one way or another.

The Waiver Wire: Here Comes the Boone

Boone Jenner will be a key piece in Columbus' future - but we're also betting he'll be a sizable part of their present, too.

Sunday Daily Puck: Trade Season is Here

Dan Waldner examines some of the names that have been rumored to be on the move as trade season unofficially opens.

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.

Frozen Fantasy: Roster Slugs

Is it time to unload Nail Yakupov at a discount? Janet Eagleson considers her options with a number of slow starters through the first two months of the season.

Neutral Zone Wrap: The Lonely Islanders

Kyle Okposo and Frans Nielsen have given those on the Island hope that they might win a playoff series this season.

Crashing the Net: Down the Stretch They Come

Johan Franzen, The Mule, won't be doing much racing down the stretch, but he's been especially effective for the Red Wings late in the season and into the playoffs.

NHL Schedule Analysis: New Coach, But Same Old Play?

There is no guaranteed win for Ryan Miller and the Sabres these days.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Leaf Them Alone

The Maple Leafs are benefitting from the shortened season. Evan Berofsky breaks them and others down this week.

Frozen Fantasy: Jettison All Senators

Janet Eagleson examines the week four trends in the NHL season, including the fluctuating value of the Senators' roster.

Shots on Goal: Early Look - Southeast Division

Who is joining Alexander Ovechkin for the Caps this year?

Neutral Zone Wrap: Wings of Change

Shots on Goal: Necessary Evil

If you don't get caught up in the early goalie runs, you need to have some luck on backup goalie speculation to triumph.