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Fantasy Articles Featuring Carl Gunnarsson

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Stanley Cup Playoffs: Postseason Preview

Jan Levine previews the Stanley Cup playoffs, picking each round, as Alex Ovechkin looks to put the Capitals on his back en route to a title.

Thursday Daily Puck: Facing Connor in Round 1

Neil Parker wonders about Connor McDavid's playoff usage, recommends adding Carter Hutton and previews Thursday's 12-game slate with tidbits for daily and season-long players.

The Daily Puck: Desperation Time

Andrew Fiorentino previews Tuesday's 13-game NHL slate, which features a number of teams desperately trying to gain or cling to a playoff spot.

Sunday Daily Puck: Selection Sunday

Jason Chen takes a look at the playoff landscape, where the eighth and final Western Conference spot can be clinched Sunday

Tuesday Daily Puck: Elementary, My Dear Watson

Nashville's Austin Watson is starting to emerge as a legitimate top-six winger, causing Andrew Fiorentino to recommend him for fantasy owners in deeper formats.

Sunday Daily Puck: The Replacements

Jason Chen previews Sunday's slate and muses on netminding

Saturday Daily Puck: What a Maroon

There are a lot of games on the Saturday slate, including several teams who also played on Friday. That means a lot of backups goalies potentially in net, which could have a real impact on your fantasy decision making.

Thursday Daily Puck: Do You Know Danault?

Neil Parker recommends taking a peek at Phillip Danault and previews Thursday's nine-game slate with tidbits for daily and season-long players.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Klefbombs Away

Oscar Klefbom has started shooting more -- a lot more -- on a promising Oilers team, and that makes Andrew Fiorentino recommend him as a second-half pickup.

Saturday Daily Puck: Work On Your Tanner

It's a busy Saturday, with the Blue Jackets trying to start a new win streak against the high-scoring Rangers. Also, the Islanders are playing the Coyotes. Not everything is perfect. Plus, a King wing worth picking up.

Thursday Daily Puck: Evaluating Special Teams

Neil Parker looks at statistics to evaluate the success and failures of special teams and previews Thursday's eight-game slate with tidbits for daily and season-long players.

Thursday Daily Puck: Metro Magic

Neil Parker looks at the Metropolitan Division and previews Thursday's eight-game slate with tidbits for daily and season-long players.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Yo Gabby Gabby

Andrew Fiorentino previews Tuesday's 10-game NHL slate, offers some fun stat facts, and recommends fantasy owners look into scooping up Kings winger Marian Gaborik.

Sunday Daily Puck: New Lows for Mile-High City

The Avalanche are bad. So very, very bad.

Saturday Daily Puck: Haute Couturier

A look ahead at a busy Saturday with some exciting matchups. Some young, up-and-coming players like Auston Matthews and Zach Werenski have particularly good opportunities for big fantasy days.

The Daily Puck: Walk the Laine

Neil Parker looks at Thursday's 11-game slate and shares tidbits for daily and season-long players.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Tapping into the Power

The Flyers' Claude Giroux is still looking for his first goal of the year, and he has an intriguing opportunity to net it Tuesday against a Blackhawks team that's been awful on the penalty kill so far.

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.

Sunday Daily Puck: Something Different Needed?

Joe Mahoney proposes the idea of trading Evgeni Malkin, and recommends picking up Jamie McGinn.

Friday Daily Puck: No Bite

The Sharks were the victims of a hungry team looking to snap a nine-game skid. Home ice is just not an advantage at the Tank.

The Daily Puck: District of Goal-umbia

The Capitals clinched the Presidents' Trophy on Monday night, marking the first major milestone in what they hope will be a Stanley Cup-winning campaign.

Saturday Daily Puck: Grand Central IR

Three major players have been taken off the board in the last 24 hours, changing the playoff race in the West and fantasy plans everywhere.

Blue Line Buzz: Fresh Ink

Jason Chen covers a pair of new signings on defense, including the Blues re-upping Carl Gunnarsson and the Canucks bringing on hulking young Russian blueliner Nikita Tryamkin.

Friday Daily Puck: Paying the Price

The Habs announced star goalie Carey Price is not close to returning.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Clearing a Hertl

Two right wings are hot, while two centers are cold, and a young Shark could be worth a pickup.

Monday Daily Puck: The Hunt For John Tavares

The NHL's second-leading scorer in 2014-15 is nowhere to be found among the top 50 this year.

Saturday Daily Puck: Hagelin With Pittsburgh

The Penguins and Ducks swapped struggling wingers and Patrick Kane scored his first hat trick. (Really. His first.)

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.

NHL Waiver Wire: Rookies Not Named McDavid or Eichel

Rookies aren't just for keeper leagues. Dan Waldner looks at young players like Winnipeg's Nikolaj Ehlers, who can help fantasy owners now.