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Fantasy Articles Featuring Nathan Gerbe

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Nathan Gerbe's name.

NHL Barometer: A Shark with No Bite

Jan Levine looks at who's up and who's down in the NHL this week, including long-time Shark Patrick Marleau who is scuffling mightily.

Friday Daily Puck: Working Up a Storm

Implications of Carolina's surprising win and looking forward to Friday's slate

Thursday Daily Puck: He Who Gaffs Last

The Anaheim Ducks are starting to recover from a terrible start to the season, as is Jakub Voracek.

The Daily Puck: To Victor Go The Spoils

A lot of fantasy owners cut Victor Rask after a slump and injury, but Andrew Fiorentino says now's the time to snatch him back up.

Saturday Daily Puck: Home Sweet Home

Ryan Johansen makes his debut with the Nashville Predators and looks right at home

Friday Daily Puck: Wait For It

Ryan Johansen will make his Predators debut and Seth Jones will make his Blue Jackets debut. What's next?

Wednesday Daily Puck: Jase Off

A tale of two Jasons, and also a Reilly, a David, and an Evgeny.

Monday Daily Puck: Letang heating up

Penguins offense benefiting from coaching change.

Saturday Daily Puck: Our Regularly Scheduled Program

The Winter Classic is still fun, but I prefer when there are 24 teams in action.

Thursday Daily Puck: When You're Strapped for Time

We look at a strategy to save time in daily fantasy when you just don't have time to go crazy with your roster.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Toffolishness

Andrew Fiorentino offers a trio of young players you just can't get from him in keeper formats and takes a look at the Tuesday slate of NHL action.

Sunday Daily Puck: Getting Back to Goals

Joe Mahoney looks at which games on Sunday's slate could be high-scoring affairs, and recommends picking up Shayne Gostisbehere.

Saturday Daily Puck: Hockey's back! Hockey's back!

Some big names need to turn things around following the holiday break.

Monday Daily Puck : Steen The Machine

St. Louis forward continues to slide under radar.

Saturday Daily Puck: Feel the Burns

Lots of interesting goals in not-so-interesting games.

Friday Daily Puck: Ugly Ducks Still Sitting Pretty

Despite sitting in last place, Anaheim is just five points out of a playoff spot. Just how bad is the Pacific Division?

Tuesday Daily Puck: A New Daley?

The Penguins will be looking for new coach Mike Sullivan to turn things around, and newly imported defenseman Trevor Daley could see a resurgence accordingly.

Saturday Daily Puck: Hall Pass

The top line in Edmonton continues to exceed expectations and put on a show.

Friday Daily Puck: Out Like a Hammer

Vancouver's Dan Hamhuis took a puck to the face and is out indefinitely, a huge blow to the defense.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Shooting Blanks

The Habs finally waived Alexander Semin this week, ending his short and non-illustrious career in Montreal. What could be next?

Sunday Daily Puck: A Player Like No Other

Joe Mahoney sheds light on just how important Erik Karlsson is and recommends picking up Ducks' goalie John Gibson.

Saturday Daily Puck: Johnny Rotten

The Flames and Bruins provided a concise example of everything great about hockey on Friday.

Thursday Daily Puck: Stars Not Game

The All-Star Game is pointless so why not embrace its pointlessness even more?

Monday Daily Puck: The Return of Strome

Ryan Strome got demoted to the AHL following a rough start to the year, but he's back with the Isles now.

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: Blues' Blueliner Hitting High Note

Kevin Shattenkirk is picking up where he left off last year.

NHL Waiver Wire: Early Season Advanced Stats

Dan Waldner used advanced stats to finds some waiver-wire gems this week, including Buffalo's Matt Moulson.

Schedule Analysis: The First With Seven

Brian Rutherford breaks down the first full week of NHL action this season, with eight teams playing four times.

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.