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Fantasy Articles Featuring Sam Gagner

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Sam Gagner's name.

Friday Daily Puck: Thankful We're Back

After a day off around the league, it's a busy, busy night in the NHL.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Nik-ed Up

One veteran Swede is hot, another is not, and Brock Nelson is setting out to prove last year wasn't a fluke.

Monday Daily Puck: What's wrong with the Penguins?

Pittsburgh superstars like Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin and Kris Letang aren't producing in the 'Burgh

Monday Daily Puck: It's All In The Cards

Should fantasy owners buy, sell or hold Connor McDavid?

NHL Barometer: Connor Bound

Relax, fantasy owners, Connor McDavid is doing just fine. Jan Levine looks at the Edmonton phenom and other movers in this week's Barometer.

Monday Daily Puck: Hot Tavares

Tavares in line for big game Monday against tired Calgary squad

Thursday Daily Puck: Torts'll Tell Ya

Todd Richards is out. John Tortorella is in. And that may actually be significant for fantasy owners.

NHL Barometer: Three Types of Busts

Jan Levine breaks down the three principal types of busts and those that fit under each category, including James Wisniewski, who might find points hard to collect in Carolina.

From the Press Box: Metropolitan Division Booms & Busts

RotoWire's Paul Bruno checks in on the Metropolitan Division and breaks down his top improving players and those on the decline.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Team-by-Team Offseason Review

It's report card time. Evan Berofsky grades each team's offseason moves, and the Red Wings get high marks for their signing of Mike Green from Washington.

From the Press Box: Metropolitan Division Preview

Paul Bruno previews the Metropolitan Division where the Penguins made a big splash to improve their offense, which is still led by stars Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin.

Shots on Goal: Early Look - Top 9 Metropolitan

Chris Kunitz was a big disappointment last season. Will he get a second chance to ride shotgun with Sidney Crosby this year? Peter Maingot breaks down the top three lines for each team in the Metro.

From the Press Box: New Faces, New Places

RotoWire's Paul Bruno reviews his favorite picks from the Amateur Draft and discusses a few trades that went down over the weekend.

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.

Monday Daily Puck: Shattenkirk Returns For The Blues

Stud blueliner figures to boost St. Louis' offense Monday

Friday Daily Puck: Advanced Basics

The NHL will be rolling advanced stats onto their website soon. Can fantasy players use them?

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.

Monday Daily Puck: Slam Dunking Keith Against the Coyotes

Chicago defenseman poised for breakout at home against Arizona

Thursday Daily Puck: Righting The Ship

The All-Star Break is upon us and it's time to right you very off-course ship with a hard look through the waiver wire.

Sunday Daily Puck: It's The Fall That Will Kill You

The Saturday Daily Puck looked at the teams that improved the most since last year, so now take a look at the teams that declines the most.

NHL Barometer: The King Is Tired

RotoWire's Jan Levine suggests that the Rangers need to give Henrik Lundqvist a little more rest to preserve him for the stretch run.

Frozen Fantasy: Responsible Talent?

The head-turning two-way play of the Blues' Vladimir Tarasenko and other emerging stars has Janet Eagleson rethinking her tendency to shy away from gambling on young talent.

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.

Saturday Daily Puck: Oil Shortage In Edmonton

The Edmonton Oilers are off to their worst start in franchise history. What has gone wrong for such an offensively talented team?

From the Press Box: Shuffling Deck Chairs

While the Sharks removed the Captain's 'C' from Joe Thornton and the Assistant Captain's 'A' from Patrick Marleau, what did they do in terms of personnel to recover from last year's playoff collapse?

2014-2015 Coyotes Preview: New Name, Questionable Identity

The newly-rebranded Arizona Coyotes need to determine if they can annually contend for the playoffs with their aging corps, or if it's time to embrace a youth movement.

2014-2015 Oilers Preview: The Young and the Defenseless

Taylor Hall once again checks in as the most appealing fantasy option for the youthful Oilers, but don't expect him to lead the club back to the playoffs in the rough-and-tumble Western Conference.

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?

Blue Line Buzz: Pleasant Surprises

James Wisniewski makes Dan Pennucci's list of pleasant suprises from the blue line. Which of them have enduring value?

NHL Schedule Analysis: Fives Are Wild

Ryan Suter and the Wild have five games this week, but how do those games look for fantasy production?