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Fantasy Articles Featuring David Krejci

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention David Krejci's name.

Monday Daily Puck: Every Game I'm Shuffling

Suddenly, the Pittsburgh Penguins are struggling to find chemistry on their top two lines.

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.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Is The Magician Losing His Prestige?

Injury woes -- most recently a groin ailment -- have been dogging Pavel Datsyuk for years, and lately they've been affecting his offensive production, too.

NHL Barometer: Missing the Carnival

Corey Perry missed out on the back-to-back games against the Kings this week due to a viral gland infection.

Saturday Daily Puck: Even Strength Extraordinaires

A look at the top even-strength and power-play point producers thus far, and what it means for your fantasy team.

Thursday Daily Puck: Beleaf

Kessel isn't the only talent Maple Leaf that is providing value for fantasy owners despite the Leafs' struggles.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Jori Boy, A Less Successful Pun

One Blue is hot, another is not, and some advice for a young man with a lot to lose.

Monday Daily Puck: Know When To Walk Away, Know When To Run

Knowing when to jettison an unproductive player like the Preds' Seth Jones can often be the difference between winning and losing.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Eight Is Enough

Antoine Vermette and the Coyotes not only have four games this week, but they have four the following week as well, as do the Canadiens.

NHL Barometer: Hot Swede In the Hub

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

Thursday Daily Puck: Question Marc

Fleury gets a four-year extension and I play both sides of the argument on the Penguins-bump for forwards.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Hiller Thrilling In Calgary

Jonas Hiller is playing out of his mind, making him one of the main suspects behind the Flames' hot play early on.

The Waiver Wire: Return Of The Mule

Johan Franzen returns from injury on Sunday Mike Wilson and Dan Waldner tell you why that should matter to you.

Frozen Fantasy: Breaking Up is Hard

Brad Richards has long delivered for fantasy owners, but Janet Eagleson is no longer feeling the love. Sometimes, it's OK to pull the plug on a relationship gone sour.

The Coming Thing: Goaltending's Continuing Evolution

Andrew Fiorentino takes a page out of the history books in a musing on the evolution of goaltending, culminating in Frederik Andersen's incredible early success.

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.

2014-2015 Avalanche Preview: Beware the MacK Attack

Behind rookie Nathan MacKinnon the Avs made the leap from league also-ran to Central Division champs in 2013-14. Can Colorado take the next step and emerge as Stanley Cup contenders?

Schedule Analysis: Quack Attack

Corey Perry and the Ducks have four games this week, one of just four teams to be so busy. Check out more of Brian Rutherford's schedule analysis in this week's edition.

Monday Daily Puck: Following The Waiver Wire

Winning fantasy teams would do well to follow the waiver wire to improve their squads.

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.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Isles No Longer Idle

In the season debut of the Daily Puck, RotoWire's Adam Wolf spotlights John Tavares and the Islanders, who will look to give fans a happy send-off in their final season on Long Island.

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.

2014-2015 Bruins Preview: Getting Back Up Again

The Bruins may have wilted in the playoffs last season against the Habs, but with the return of a strong core headlined by goalie Tuukka Rask, another run at the Cup remains plausible.

FanDuel NHL: Value Plays for the Week

In his final FanDuel column of the season, Michael Clifford touts the Ducks' Jonas Hiller as his top goalie option for GPP lineups.

From The Press Box: The Quick and The Ducks

Paul Bruno expects the Kings to prevail over the Ducks in 7.

From the Press Box: First Round Preview

Paul Bruno laments that the Kings and the Sharks have to meet up in the first round of the playoffs, and he predicts each of the first round series.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Playoffs? Playoffs?! PLAYOFFS!

Evan Berofsky predicts that the Ducks will beat the Rangers to win the Cup this year, and gives you some tips for your playoff pools.

Saturday Daily Puck: Champions of The Hub

They don't really miss Tyler Seguin, eh? The Bruins are prepared for another long Cup run.

NHL Barometer: Trade Deadline Fallout

Steven Stamkos was activated off injured reserve Thursday, but he returns to a Lightning lineup that looks radically after the trade deadline.

The Man Advantage: Post-Olympics PP Summary

Injuries to top power play producers Henrik Zetterberg and John Tavares have created new opportunities - see who Mark McLarney has pinpointed as the top replacements for the injured stars.