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NHL Barometer: Season Finale

Jan Levine wraps up the Barometer for the season but not before highlighting the likes of Kyle Turris, who is helping Ottawa making a playoff push.

Schedule Analysis: Four-Game Flurry

With more than half the NHL playing four games this week, Brian Rutherford breaks down how to take advantage of the condensed schedule.

Friday Daily Puck: 718 Glasses Of Jagr Bombs On The Wall...

Jaromir Jagr scored his 718th goal Thursday, moving him past Phil Esposito. A quick look at how good the future Hall of Famer really is.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Backlund's Back, Alright

Schedule Analysis: Staying Blue

The Blues have four games this week and only two next week, but Brian Rutherford explains why you should stick with some St. Louis skaters.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Taking Care of Business

Evan Berofsky checks in on the Flyers, who are climbing back into contention with Ray Emery as a capable No. 1 while Steve Mason is sidelined.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Claiming Bobby Ryan

Patrick Marleau may be on his last legs while Bobby Ryan is worth a pick up.

The Waiver Wire: Conn Smythe King

Justin Williams may be having a slower first half to the year, but fantasy GMs will want to consider acquiring him for the home stretch.

Frozen Fantasy: Rotten to the Core

Phil Kessel was caught in the crosshairs of Toronto's dismissal of coach Randy Carlyle earlier this week, but trying to turn him into an all-around player won't turn around the Leafs.

Friday Daily Puck: Capital Victory

What did we learn from the Caps' narrow victory at Nationals Park? And the Canucks' late-game collapse?

Wednesday Daily Puck: Alexander Auld Lang Syne

Two old pros with recent struggles are finding their past form

Wednesday Daily Puck: Mika Shall Inherit The Earth

Questions about the Bruins, a hot Blackhawk, and a struggling goalie

Monday Daily Puck: Letang Knock, Knock, Knockin' on Norris' Door

The Pittsburgh Penguins are losing players by the bunch but Kris Letang is helping to fill the void

Saturday Daily Puck: Sidelined Sid: The Latest Case of the Mumps?

Penguins' forward Sidney Crosby is sidelined with a possible case of the mumps, while John Carlson is on pace for a career season in Washington.

Thursday Daily Puck: Look Sharp

Be on the lookout for players coming off IR after month-long absences or more. You may be able to find the piece that leads to a championship.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Playing the Trouba

NHL Schedule Analysis: Not Missing A Beat

Even with Corey Crawford injured, the Blackhawks have six in a row.

Monday Daily Puck: Lightning Leading the Charge

Led by Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay sits atop the NHL in scoring

Saturday Daily Puck: Showtime in the Windy City

The red-hot Chicago Blackhawks have won five straight games, outscoring their opponents 19-8 in that span. Patrick Kane is as lethal as ever, while Kris Versteeg is becoming a top scoring threat. And what about 20-year-old Brandon Saad?

Thursday Daily Puck: Funny Bryzness

Martin Brodeur and Ilya Bryzgalov are back, but are they really worth a look in your league? Plus, why do you still have Yakupov and Lecavalier on your team?!

Tuesday Daily Puck: Gomez Returns To Jersey

After seven years away, Scott Gomez has returned to the Devils and could be in Tuesday's lineup.

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.

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.

Friday Daily Puck: On Bryan Murray

The hockey world reels from the announcement of Bryan Murray's battle with cancer.

Beat the Cap: Goalies, Spending Up and a Bag of Pucks

Neil Parker elaborates on the now-three basic rules of daily fantasy hockey.

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.

The Man Advantage: Early Season PP Surprises

Mark McLarney talks up five early season surprises, and also two to beware. Which list does the Islanders' Brock Nelson make?

The Waiver Wire: Predators on the Prowl

Filip Forsberg and James Neal lead the way in Nashville, who hope that there will be more offensive production this year.

Friday Daily Puck: Kuemper's A Keeper

Darcy Kuemper now has three shutouts in four starts. Anomaly or the real deal?

2014-2015 Devils Preview: Vet Cemetery

The 38-year-old Patrik Elias is one of several greybeards the Devils will count on to drive their offensive attack this season, but that's precisely the problem.