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Blue Line Buzz: Final Week Top 50

Jason Chen returns to break down his top-50 defensemen for the final week of the regular season.

Monday Daily Puck: Weber Slumping In Nashville

Puck Drops On Final Week Starting Monday

Blue Line Buzz: Top-50 Defensemen of the Week

Jason Chen is back with his top-50 defensemen for this week, headlined by the Senators' Erik Karlsson.

Blue Line Buzz: Rest of Season Top-50 Defensemen

Jason Chen breaks down his cheatsheet for the top-50 defensemen from now until the end of the season.

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.

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.

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.

Beat the Cap: Blue Line Blues

Neil Parker breaks down how to best spend your DFS dollars on defensemen.

Blue Line Buzz: The Next Lidstrom

Jason Chen checks in around the league, including one player he's deemed the next Nicklas Lidstrom.

Friday Daily Puck: Pretty Ducky

Anaheim's 5-2 win against Nashville vaulted them to the top of the league. Are they really the league's best team?

Thursday Daily Puck: Righting The Ship

The All-Star Break is upon us and it's time to right you very off-course ship with a hard look through the waiver wire.

Blue Line Buzz: Power Play Shakeup in Montreal

P.K. Subban remains on the Habs top power play unit, but they have shaken up the other blueliners involved. Plus, Jason Chen writes about the return of a key defenseman in Columbus.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Welcome to the Oshie

T.J. Oshie is hot, as is Brent Burns, while early surprise Brock Nelson has cooled down.

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.

The Waiver Wire: Lightning in a Bottle

Tyler Johnson is taking huge steps this year to fill in where Martin St. Louis used to be. Mike Wilson and Dan Waldner say he might be the next big thing.

The Waiver Wire: Bozak Attack

Unappreciated in most leagues, Tyler Bozak is showing fantasy leagues that he's worth the investment.

Blue Line Buzz: Younger and Faster In Dallas

The Stars recent trades have demonstrated their commitment to young, fast players like John Klingberg, who had a big week last week.

Saturday Daily Puck: Schennsational

Brayden Schenn is finally living up to his potential, while a trade between Dallas and San Jose has some noteworthy fantasy implications.

NHL Barometer: Risers and Fallers

Get up, get down, Olli is a joke in yet another town. See who else makes Jan Levine's risers and fallers this week.

From the Press Box: Ten Making The Case

Zach Bogosian finally appears to be fulfilling the promise many saw in him when he was a first-round draft pick.

NHL Barometer: Capital Investment

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

Saturday Daily Puck: Starry-eyed Wild

The Stars and Wild get ready for a key divisional matchup Saturday night. How will it all shake down?

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.

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.

Thursday Daily Puck: Dishonor For Connor

Sabres fans watch McDavid instead of the Sabres, Giroux has a different start, and Miller was absolutely terrible.

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.

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.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Potential Breakouts

Can Charlie Coyle and company take the next step in Minnesota? RotoWire's Evan Berofsky thinks that the potential is there for he and his Wild teammate Nino Niederreiter.