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Fantasy Articles Featuring Patrick Wiercioch

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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.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Jennerating Offense

After a cold start to the season, the Blue Jackets' Boone Jenner has lit on fire recently.

Saturday Daily Puck: Reim Time

Finding a good goaltender is essential, but always more difficult than it should be.

Blue Line Buzz: Getting in the Zone

Jason Chen explores potential indicators of future productivity, like Anaheim's Sami Vatanen startlingly beginning more than half his shifts in the offensive zone.

NHL Mock Draft: 12-Team Expert Draft

RotoWire's Eric Lewandowski guides you through a 12-team mock draft consisting of some of the site's foremost hockey minds. The Capitals' Alex Ovechkin was chosen first overall.

From the Press Box: Atlantic Division Preview

Paul Bruno previews the Atlantic Division where the Bruins need to get a big season out of Zdeno Chara after a couple offseason transactions that could signal regression.

Sunday Daily Puck: Will The Price Be Right?

Just two games are on the schedule Sunday and they are both potential elimination games with high stakes for the participants.

Blue Line Buzz: Top Playoff Defensemen

Jason Chen ranks his top defensemen from each team in the playoffs.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Playoff Rankings and Picks

Evan Berofsky sizes up the Stanley Cup playoffs and finds a winner in St. Louis and David Backes, who leads his playoff-pool rankings.

NHL Barometer: Playoff Preview

Jan Levine previews the NHL playoffs and envisions Rick Nash lifting the Stanley Cup in June.

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.

From the Press Box: Late-Season Help

Paul Bruno takes a look at a few players who could be available on the waiver wire to help with fantasy playoff pushes, as well as a few pickup ideas for keeper leagues.

Thursday Daily Puck: Sensational Senators

The Senators are on a historic tear and it's not just Andrew Hammond who is making waves. There's a fleet of young players worth considering.

NHL Barometer: Nuge on Fire

Jan Levine's weekly look at the NHL's risers and fallers includes Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, who is on fire lately for the Oilers..

Monday Daily Puck: Blackhawks Backin' Up The Goods

Chicago Set On Cruise Control

Friday Daily Puck: Not The Good Kind of Blues

The Blues blew a 3-0 lead Thursday night against the Kings, which begs the question - are they good enough to win the Cup?

Wednesday Daily Puck: Mika Shall Inherit The Earth

Questions about the Bruins, a hot Blackhawk, and a struggling goalie

Sunday Daily Puck: Lame Duck

Corey Perry's injury comes just as he was heating up, but it will impact other Ducks too, especially long time linemate Ryan Getzlaf

Saturday Daily Puck: Showtime in the Windy City

The red-hot Chicago Blackhawks have won five straight games, outscoring their opponents 19-8 in that span. Patrick Kane is as lethal as ever, while Kris Versteeg is becoming a top scoring threat. And what about 20-year-old Brandon Saad?

Neutral Zone Wrap: Dottier in Detroit

With the primary components of the Red Wings healthy and playing together, they are getting much better results.

Frozen Fantasy: Subtraction by Addition

Gabriel Landeskog and the Avs qualify as one of the NHL's early disappointments. Is it possible that the offseason addition of Jarome Iginla has somehow made the team worse?

2014-2015 Senators Preview: A New Sens of Self

A chic preseason pick to take home the Stanley Cup last season, the Senators were instead one of the NHL's biggest disappointments. Expectations will be dialed back in 2014-15, but blueliner Erik Karlsson should nonetheless remain a fantasy stud.

FanDuel NHL: Value Plays for the Week

Michael Clifford highlights players to consider for lineups on FanDuel as the NHL returns from a lengthy Olympic break.

The Waiver Wire: Back in the Saddle

After a month-long slump, Nazem Kadri has found his game again, and has 14 points in his last nine games.

The Man Advantage: Random PP Observations

Dustin Penner is still riding shotgun with Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry, taking advantage of that opportunity to the tune of 23 points in 25 games.

Draft Kit: The Corsi Line and QoC

Dan Waldner and Mike Wilson delve into hockey sabermetrics and discuss why the Sedin line in Vancouver could perform better than their expectation.

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 Senators Preview: New Era

Erik Karlsson and the Sens are entering a new era with the departure of Daniel Alfredsson in free agency this summer, but are they primed for a deep playoff run?

From the Pressbox: Kovalchuk Walks Away

Paul Bruno reviews the latest set of player moves, including Ilya Kovalchuk's stunning decision to retire from the NHL to play in his native Russia.

Darryl's Dispatch: 2012-13 Top 300 NHL Prospects (Part II: The Defensemen)

Dougie Hamilton is already playing in the NHL, but under Darryl's criteria he still qualifies as a prospect and thus tops our list.