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Sunday Daily Puck: It's Curtains

As the regular season draws to a close on Sunday, there are still some questions left unanswered.

Saturday Daily Puck: The Hands Being Dealt

All 16 playoff spots are now spoken for. Who plays whom? Who doesn't want to play whom?

Thursday Daily Puck: Back In Black

Kris Letang is back for the Pens, Horton scores without playing, and the case is made for Erik Haula.

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.

The Waiver Wire: Final Countdown

The last games of the regular season will be played this week - if you're in a tight race or in the finals of your pool, check here for some key additions to your roster.

Friday Daily Puck: Best Offense Is No Defense

Alex Ovechkin is on pace to lead the league in goals while finishing dead last in plus-minus -- an NHL first, if he finishes that way.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Senator Elect?

Mika Zibanejad has been showing his skill in the nation's capital

Tuesday Daily Puck: Teach Me How To Dougie

Dougie Hamilton's hot for the Bruins, and fantasy owners who ignore his top-pairing role and recent productivity do so at their own peril.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Sweet Schedule In Anaheim

Jonas Hiller and the Ducks should have smooth sailing down the stretch.

The Waiver Wire: Knocking Out Your Opponent

Now that the finals are here for most head-to-head pools, this week's Waiver Wire gives you a list of players that should help in specific categories.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Hot 'Hawk

Corey Crawford's at the top of his game, but the Blackhawks are dealing with some roster turnover as they prepare to face the Stars on Tuesday.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Orcas For Four

The Vancouver Canucks have four games this week, but you'll want to make sure that Henrik Sedin (ribs) is good to go before you pencil him into your starting lineup.

Thursday Daily Puck: Midnight Oil

Scrivens stops 59 shots in record-setting shutout

Wednesday Daily Puck: Rivalry Night

Ryan Kesler needs to step up for Vancouver while Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin battle on Wednesday.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Nash Reaching Equilibrium

Rick Nash is starting to round into his old power-forward form for a Rangers team that's starting to heat up in midwinter.

Blue Line Buzz: Mid-Season Awards

Cam Fowler wins the coveted Anti-Tyler Myers award for bouncing back from two bad years this season.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Ride the Lightning

Martin St. Louis and the Lightning have a whopping five games, while the Penguins have just one game in this highly unusual week.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Two For Toronto

Phil Kessel and the Leafs are playing in the Winter Classic, but it's an otherwise quiet week for them, writes Brian Rutherford.

Saturday Daily Puck: S Is For Sidelined

With Dennis Seidenberg and Alex Steen sidelined, will the Bruins and Blues have enough depth to stay at the top?

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.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Just Two For Bobby Lu

Roberto Luongo and the Canucks play just two games this week. Check out the rest of this week's schedule breakdown from Brian Rutherford.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Clearing This Week's Hertl

Tomas Hertl had a wonderful night against the Rangers last week. Can he and the Sharks repeat this week? Brian Rutherford weighs in.

2013 Coyotes Preview: Staying Put

With new ownership, a 15-year lease to stay in Glendale, and a talented young blueliner in Oliver Ekman-Larsson locked up with a long-term deal, the future is bright in Phoenix.

2013 Sharks Preview: Now or Never

The Sharks will need another big season from Antti Niemi as their window could be closing fast with a number of key veterans in the final year of their contracts.

From the Pressbox: Alfie Finds a New Home

Paul Bruno reviews the early offseason free agent signings, starting with the Red Wings' shocking signing of Daniel Alfredsson.

NHL Barometer: NHL Playoff Ranks

Jan Levine predicts that Marc-Andre Fleury and the Penguins will be hoisting the Stanley Cup.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Big Matchups This Week

There are a number of repeat engagements this week as we hit the NHL trade deadline, including Nashville with three huge games against the Blackhawks this week.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Bruins For Four

Brad Marchand and the Bruins have a favorable four-game schedule this week. Brian Rutherford breaks them all down here.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Rare Bird in Vancouver

Henrik Sedin and the Canucks have five games this week. But is that a good thing for their fantasy owners? Brian Rutherford discusses that concept this week.

The Coming Thing: On NHL Readiness

Andrew Fiorentino discusses what it means to be NHL ready and goes over this week's prospect movements.