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Fantasy Articles Featuring Rene Bourque

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Rene Bourque's name.

Friday Daily Puck: The Ballad of Jack Johnson

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

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.

Beat the Cap: A Little Puck Luck Please?

The Blackhawks' Marian Hossa may be skidding in the early going, but that's precisely why RotoWire's Neil Parker is views him as a great value play in daily gaming.

Neutral Zone Wrap: To Hab or Hab Not

Alex Galchenyuk has fulfilled the sleeper potential that many saw for him, but even though his team is flying high there are some potential potholes in the road ahead.

NHL Barometer: Capital Investment

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

From the Press Box: Paul Bruno's Stanley Cup Preview

RotoWire's Paul Bruno predicts the Kings to win in six games, with Drew Doughty hoisting the Conn Smythe.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Second Round Preview

Evan Berofsky believes that the second round will be Tuukka Time in an Original Six matchup against the Habs.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Going Out With a Bang

Ryan Suter and the Wild have four games this week, one of 20 teams to have that many games.

FanDuel NHL: Value Plays for the Week

With Jonathan Bernier still slowed by a groin injury, Michael Clifford highlights a Toronto backup goalie who may be a bargain in Guaranteed Prize Pool formats.

Schedule Analysis: Four Aces

Jonathan Quick and the Kings head east this week for three of their four games.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Candy Kane

Patrick Kane is hotter than hot. Hotter than hotter than hot. We're gonna have to give him his own category soon.

Sunday Daily Puck: Lightning Strikes In Tampa

When Steven Stamkos went down with a broken leg the Lightning could have folded their tent, but instead they are in a playoff position. The play of Ben Bishop is a big reason why they have succeeded.

From the Pressbox: Montreal Royalty

Carey Price and the Habs have started well so far this season.

Saturday Daily Puck: Can Kunitz Crack Canada?

Is Chris Kunitz worthy of a spot on Team Canada based on his chemistry with Sidney Crosby?

Thursday Daily Puck: The Perry Games: Catching Fire

How you should handle injuries and suspensions on your team. Also, Corey Perry is unstoppable.

Tuesday Daily Puck: The Rising Cap

Next year's salary cap will be $7 million higher thanks to the NHL's new TV deal -- a rise that may lead to some regrettable contracts.

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?

Thursday Daily Puck: King's Ransom

Is Henrik Lundqvist's new contract an albatross for all involved or is GM Glen Sather suffering from Stockholm Syndrome?

Flyers Back In The Hunt: Wednesday Daily Puck

Steve Mason, Claude Giroux Guiding Flyers

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.

Friday Daily Puck: Return Of Mr. Universe

Ilya Bryzgalov opened eyes in Edmonton and around the league with a Thanksgiving shutout in his first start with the Oilers.

Johnson For Shattenkirk, Stewart Revisited: Wednesday Daily Puck

The Avs made one of the league's most one-sided trades in 2011 when they dealt Kevin Shattenkirk and Chris Stewart for Erik Johnson

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.

Saturday Daily Puck: West is Best

The Eastern Conference has been awful so far - will it last?

Friday Daily Puck: Sugar Kane

Patrick Kane's rounding into midseason form, happy news for the Blackhawks and happier still for his fantasy owners.

NHL Barometer: Captain Coyote

Shane Doan has picked up his game after a slow start, scoring 10 points his last 11 games for the Coyotes.

2013 Canadiens Preview: Roll with It

Thanks to the arrival of Brendan Gallagher, the Habs managed to become a much more productive offensive club last season en route to earning the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference. Can Gallagher and company maintain the big leap forward?

Shots on Goal: Top 9 Early Look - Atlantic Division

Pavel Datsyuk and the Red Wings move from the Western Conference to the Eastern Conference. How do their top three lines shape up? Peter Maingot breaks down all the Atlantic Division teams.

From the Pressbox: New Faces, New Roles - Eastern Conference

Cory Schneider became the answer to the Devils' goalie succession plan in a draft day trade. Paul Bruno traces the other big changes in the Eastern Conference.

Blue Line Buzz: Early Playoff Reactions

Despite dropping one of the first two games in Boston, the Bruins should still advance against the Leafs, according to RotoWire's Dan Pennucci.