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Fantasy Articles Featuring Mike Santorelli

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Mike Santorelli's name.

The Waiver Wire: Major Early Surprises

Dan Waldner looks at five surprises out of the gate, including a struggling Penguins squad that might offer some discounts to fantasy owners on a couple of underperforming players like Kris Letang.

Shots on Goal: Early Look - Top 9 Pacific

Sean Monahan leads a group of talented young forwards in Calgary. Peter Maingot projects the top three lines for all Pacific Division teams.

Prospects Analysis: Atlantic Division

Jon Litterine begins his series of looking at each division's top prospects, starting with the Atlantic Division where Adam Erne hops to help Tampa Bay this season.

From the Press Box: Pacific Division Preview

RotoWire's Paul Bruno previews the Pacific Division, where the Ducks have been the class team and may have gotten even better during the offseason.

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.

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: Stanley Cup Playoff First-Round Picks

Paul Bruno previews the first round of the playoffs, while sneaking in who he thinks will be lifting the Stanley Cup in June.

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.

Tuesday Daily Puck: No Easy Norris Choice

Erik Karlsson and the Senators are in action again Tuesday, with the stud blueliner looking to put the finishing touches on what could be a Norris-winning campaign

NHL Barometer: Monahan's Flame Burns Bright

Jan Levine shines a deserving spotlight on Sean Monahan, who has been overshadowed in Calgary.

The Waiver Wire: Deadline Day

Dan Waldner and Mike Wilson focus on the fantasy prospects of players like Patrick Sharp who could be on the move as the trade deadline approaches.

Morning Skate: Hockey Tonk

Cody Franson is no longer a member of the Maple Leafs. Janet and Dan discuss that trade as their launching point this week.

From the Press Box: Trade Deadline Talk

Paul Bruno reviews the big deals that have already happened and lists a few others that should before the NHL trade deadline.

Blue Line Buzz: Predators Go All In

Jason Chen breaks down Sunday's big trade that sent Cody Franson to Nashville where he could end up as the Predators' No. 2 scoring option.

Neutral Zone Wrap: All (in the) Stars

Sean Monahan has registered eight points in his last 10 games as the Flames attempt to hold onto the final playoff spot in the West.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Good Situation, Light Schedule

David Perron is in a great situation with Pittsburgh, but they have a light schedule over the next six weeks.

From the Press Box: Riding In Their Own 18-Wheeler

The Leafs haven't been as reliant on their top line this season, getting the likes of Phil Kessel some help in the bottom two lines.

Beat the Cap: Save in the Middle, Win on the Wings

RotoWire's Neil Parker goes bargain bin shopping at the center position to free up cash for shallower positions.

Beat the Cap: Nostalgia, Checking Twice and a Bag of Pucks

Aaron Ekblad's price in daily games will be rising in short order, writes RotoWire's Neil Parker.

Frozen Fantasy: Brand-New Superstars

Mike Santorelli is one of the hottest Leafs going right now, but you wouldn't know it based on his slight ownership in fantasy leagues.

Neutral Zone Wrap: The Birds Are the Words

Blake Comeau has stepped into the breach of the Penguins' forward injuries and looks to have a productive role going forward.

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.

The Waiver Wire: Lightning in a Bottle

Tyler Johnson is taking huge steps this year to fill in where Martin St. Louis used to be. Mike Wilson and Dan Waldner say he might be the next big thing.

Friday Daily Puck: Alfie's Farewell

An era of Senators hockey draws to a close with the retirement of Daniel Alfredsson.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Happy Hudler

Some hot forwards, some cold defensemen

The Waiver Wire: Predators on the Prowl

Filip Forsberg and James Neal lead the way in Nashville, who hope that there will be more offensive production this year.

From the Press Box: First Week Returns

Brock Nelson and the Islanders exploded out of the starting gate. Paul Bruno discusses if they and the other quick starters are legit.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Flames Burning Thrice

Sean Monahan and the Flames have three games in the opening week of the NHL season.

2014-2015 Maple Leafs Preview: Buyer Beware

Phil Kessel represents one of the few Leafs' commodities worth investing heavily in, but many of his other teammates will see some unwarranted price inflation on draft day.

From the Press Box: Atlantic Division Offseason Review

The Bruins' salary cap woes have stifled their progress in re-signing Torey Krug and Reilly Smith, and limited their offseason activity.