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Fantasy Articles Featuring Jordan Staal

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Jordan Staal's name.

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.

2014-2015 Hurricanes Preview: Storm Brewing in Goal

With his 2006 run to the Stanley Cup now a distant memory, Cam Ward will have to fend off upstart Anton Khudobin for No. 1 netminding duties on a middling Carolina squad.

NHL Barometer: Avalanche of Points

Matt Duchene set a career high this year with 70 points, as he has 14 points in his last 16 games.

Saturday Daily Puck: These Birds Don't Fly

Are the Pens really the second-best team in the East? I see a team full of question marks and holes.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Beware of Shiny Objects

Patrik Berglund may have evolved into a good all-around player, but he still falls short of our fantasy needs in most formats.

Morning Skate: A Rift in Sochi?

Alex Ovechkin and Evgeni Malkin apparently feuded in Sochi, and that may have carried over to Ovie's play in Washington.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Broadway Blues

Martin St. Louis has just two points -- and no goals -- in seven games since joining the Rangers at the trade deadline.

NHL Barometer: Career Year for Duchene

The Avs' MVP, Matt Duchene is playing out of his mind and could be on his way to 80 points if he stays hot.

Saturday Daily Puck: Quack Attack

The Ducks got faster by cutting Dustin Penner. But will it be enough?

Morning Skate: Olympic Gloating, Trade Fallout

Janet gloats about Team Canada's double-dip, and she and Dan break down the Ryan Miller trade.

Saturday Daily Puck: Miller Time In Missouri

Six teams have emerged as legitimate Stanley Cup contenders. Which team made a move to push them over the edge?

Neutral Zone Wrap: Better Get Youth To It

Dougie Hamilton is one of the young guys with fresh legs that could give you a good kick down the stretch run.

NHL Barometer: Weber's on the Prowl

Shea Weber is heating up after a stone-cold start to the year for the Predators.

NHL Barometer: Super Trouba

After returning from a neck injury in late November, Jacob Trouba posted nine points in 14 games in December.

Monday Daily Puck: The Makings of a Mediocre Fantasy Team

Brayden Schenn highlights a team looking for an identity

Frozen Fantasy: 24/7 Letdown

Nazem Kadri and the Leafs are struggling, and the inside look at the club hasn't shown much fire heading into the Winter Classic.

NHL Barometer: Franzen is Motorin'

Detroit's Johan Franzen has been on an absolute tear over the last month, scoring at least a point in 11 of his last 14 games.

Monday Daily Puck: OSHIE Regulating NHL Defenses

Carolina is paying Jordan Staal a lot of money, but so far the results haven't been there. Can he turn things around?

NHL Barometer: Flyin' in Philly

Brayden Schenn has been on a tear as the Flyers try to dig themselves out of an early season hole.

Thursday Daily Puck: Malkin In The Middle

Malkin isn't really struggling; the Sabres and the Oilers are struggling.

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.

Monday Daily Puck: Flower Power

Marc-Andre Fleury has been very sharp to begin the season, but can he maintain an elite level? John Toperzer takes a closer look.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Sabrehectics

Evan Berofsky says not to blame Ryan Miller for the Sabres' mess.

Frozen Fantasy: Medic!

Niklas Kronwall was the latest in a growing list of blueliners removed from the ice with a significant injury recently. Janet Eagleson takes a closer look.

NHL Barometer: Marleau Turns Back the Clock

Patrick Marleau is on fire to the start the season for Sharks, extending his point streak to seven games.

The Man Advantage: Rookies Getting PP Time

The Bruins' Torey Krug makes Mark McLarney's list of early-season surprises on the power play, one of three rookies to make the list.

The RotoWire 200: Overall Rankings For Points Leagues

Do you go with Steven Stamkos or Sidney Crosby first overall? Andrew Fiorentino weighs in on that topic among his Top 200.

From the Pressbox: Top Lines & Pairings - Eastern Conference

Phil Kessel is the leading scorer for the Leafs, but will the addition of David Clarkson's toughness help push them over the top?

2013 Penguins Preview: Ready to Run?

With Sidney Crosby further removed from his concussion issues, the Penguins might be ready to run deep into the postseason again.

2013 Hurricanes Preview: Stormy Weather

Can Eric Staal and the Carolina offense score enough to offset the Hurricanes' suspect blue line this season?