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Fantasy Articles Featuring Justin Schultz

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Justin Schultz's name.

Yahoo DFS Hockey: Wednesday Picks

Neil Parker looks for value Wednesday as the NHL playoffs begin, and finds it in the recently promoted and re-energized Jonathan Drouin

Stanley Cup Playoffs: Player Rankings

Jan Levine ranks the skaters and goalies in the Stanley Cup Playoffs for fantasy playoff leagues. Can you guess where Alex Ovechkin ranks?

Stanley Cup Playoffs Preview: Ducks are Team to Beat

Jan Levine previews the Stanley Cup Playoffs as the Anaheim Ducks aim to bring the cup back to Southern California for the second time in three years.

Blue Line Buzz: Postseason Edition

Jason Chen's final column of 2015-16 is a primer on blueliners worth selecting in your playoff pools, including Capitals stalwart John Carlson, who could produce a lot of points in what's ought to be a long run for his team.

Yahoo DFS Hockey: Tuesday Picks

Neil Parker finds a lot of value in a deep Tuesday slate, and recommends snatching up Artemi Panarin at a bargain price now that he's exploded out of his slump

Saturday Daily Puck: Gally Up

Dennis Wideman returns from his 20-game suspension and Alex Galchenyuk might be the league's hottest player right now.

Blue Line Buzz: The Beard Abides

The Sharks' Brent Burns easily leads all defensemen in goals, and both he and teammate Marc-Andre Vlasic get some love heaped on them by RotoWire's Jason Chen, who also hands out some trade grades.

Neutral Zone Wrap: The Dead Line

Evan Berofsky bemoans a fairly quiet NHL trade deadline that featured precious few fantasy assets, but a number of players on the back sides of their careers, like new Flames netminder Niklas Backstrom.

The Daily Puck: A Danish Coyote in Colorado

Mikkel Boedker was the big prize on NHL trade deadline day, and his fantasy arrow is pointing up now that he's escaped the desert for a more talented Colorado team.

Blue Line Buzz: Deadline On The Blue Line

The Stars paid a high price for shot-blocking maven Kris Russell at the trade deadline, and RotoWire's Jason Chen rates the move as a boon for his fantasy value.

NHL Barometer: Turris Trap

Don't look now but Kyle Turris is in a major slump. Read up to see how others are faring in this week's Barometer.

From the Press Box: Saying Their Goodbyes?

Paul Bruno covers a number of players whose contract situations and team contexts make them likely candidates to be moved at the trade deadline, including Jets captain Andrew Ladd.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Trouble Bruin

Evan Berofsky continues his tour through the league by providing his take on five NHL teams, including a Boston squad that's benefiting greatly from Brad Marchand's stunning goal-scoring success this year.

NHL Barometer: Windy City Winner

Jan Levine's look around the league includes Chicago's Artemi Panarin, who is one of the top newcomers in the NHL this season.

Blue Line Buzz: Hutton Hike

Rookie Ben Hutton hasn't had a great season in Vancouver so far, but Jason Chen likes what he's seeing out of the developing blueliner in the aftermath of his first NHL goal.

Yahoo DFS Hockey: Saturday Picks

Taylor Hall's struggles of late have pushed his price down, but he could have a big bounce-back game Saturday against the Flames, who he's already lit up for two goals and five assists in three games this season.

From the Press Box: Studs and Duds

Paul Bruno looks at players who have exceeded expectations and those who have disappointed this season, including Anaheim's Ryan Getzlaf.

Blue Line Buzz: Regret Tracker

Jason Chen shares his regrets on blue-line duds like Justin Schultz whose prior production, pedigree and circumstances seemed to point to breakout years.

NHL Barometer: Good Job, Bob!

The Blue Jackets are improving and their leader between the pipes is the main reason why. Read what Jan Levine says about him in the latest NHL Barometer.

Blue Line Buzz: Newly Elite

Jason Chen names his top five defensemen through the season's first quarter, including the Hurricanes' Justin Faulk, whose big-time breakout has him tied for the NHL lead with eight power-play goals.

Schedule Analysis: Easy Does It

The Devils have the easiest strength of schedule among their four games this week, making Adam Henrique an attractive fantasy option.

NHL Barometer: Not So Super Trouba

Jan Levine analyzes who's rising and who's falling in the NHL, including Winnipeg's Jacob Trouba, who has been anything but super this year.

Saturday Daily Puck: Slump Busters

Many players got the monkey off their back Friday, scoring their first of the season or ending epic slumps.

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.

Schedule Analysis: Targeting the Predators

The Predators play four times this week, including three on the road, and their upcoming opponents make them the top team to target.

Friday Daily Puck: Russian Sensations

Alex Ovechkin just passed Sergei Fedorov for the all-time lead in goals by a Russian. But who's the greatest of all-time?

Thursday Daily Puck: Taylor Made

The Edmonton Oilers are finally playing some exciting hockey, plus Duncan Keith is hot since coming back and Teddy Purcell's adjustments are working

NHL Barometer: Rask for Forgiveness

Many fantasy owners are upset with the early play from one of the league's top goalies. Jan Levine explains who and why in this week's Barometer.