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Fantasy Articles Featuring Evander Kane

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Evander Kane's name.

Friday Daily Puck: Kuemper's A Keeper

Darcy Kuemper now has three shutouts in four starts. Anomaly or the real deal?

NHL Barometer: Risers and Fallers

Frederik Andersen has the early edge of John Gibson between the pipes for the Ducks. Who else is rising and falling early in the season - check out Jan Levine's recommendations.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Hot, Fresh Duck

The Ducks' Frederik Andersen has been a revelation in goal only for those who weren't paying attention while he dominated last season.

Sunday Daily Puck: Those Fancy Stats

The fighting over the use of advanced statistics in hockey seems to be calming, but what do fantasy players need to know?

Injury Analysis: Top Western Conference Injuries

RotoWire's Michael Remis breaks down the top fantasy-relevant injuries in the Western Conference, including the latest on Detroit's Pavel Datsyuk.

Friday Daily Puck: Stars Shine, Sharks Abandoned on Long Island

The Stars showed the Pens why the West is still best, but the Isles showed there's a new player in town.

Schedule Analysis: Quack Attack

Corey Perry and the Ducks have four games this week, one of just four teams to be so busy. Check out more of Brian Rutherford's schedule analysis in this week's edition.

Sunday Daily Puck: No More Fight Night?

Fighting is down and enforcers can't get work. Does it matter for fantasy hockey owners?

Saturday Daily Puck: Familiar Faces Thriving In New Places

RotoWire's Brady Trettenero takes stock of the early imports succeeding in their new locales, with new Anaheim center Ryan Kesler among the group.

2014-2015 Jets Preview: Going Insane with the E. Kane

After a 57-point showing in 2011-12, the enigmatic Evander Kane has inexplicably regressed each of the last two seasons. The Jets' fortunes may rest on the 23-year-old finally unlocking his vast potential.

2014-2015 Canucks Preview: Tort Reform

The Canucks were a mess last season under coach John Tortorella, who was unceremoniously fired after one year on the job. With a new coaching staff in place, can Henrik Sedin and company challenge for a playoff berth?

From the Press Box: The Contender Discount

Paul Bruno continues his tour through the division changes, this time focusing upon the Central Division, where the Blackhawks were able to land Brad Richards at a cheap rate.

From the Press Box: Free Agency - Part II

The Caps were very aggressive in pursuing defensemen this offseason, signing Brooks Orpik and Matt Niskanen from the Pens.

Free Agency Frenzy: Adjust Your Expectations For These Players On The Move

With Jason Spezza, Thomas Vanek, James Neal, and others on the move, we assess what impact these moves have on the 2014-15 fantasy outlook.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Going Out With a Bang

Ryan Suter and the Wild have four games this week, one of 20 teams to have that many games.

Morning Skate: Rotting Leafs

Toronto is fading fast in the East. Janet and Dan discuss the Leafs' woes among this week's topics.

Morning Skate: Olympic Gloating, Trade Fallout

Janet gloats about Team Canada's double-dip, and she and Dan break down the Ryan Miller trade.

NHL Barometer: The Big Pavelski

Joe Pavelski started the post-Olympic portion of the schedule in fine fashion Thursday with a hat trick.

Thursday Daily Puck: The Spirit Of St. Louis

St. Louis and Kesler want to get out of town and the Sedin's miserable slump limps on.

Saturday Daily Puck: All Eyes On Sochi

Saturday marks the final day of NHL action before the Olympics, where 12 teams will vie for the gold. Which teams are the favorites? Who will win gold?

Thursday Daily Puck: Packing Up The Vanek

Stamkos is out of the Olympics and assessing how much Thomas Vanek will really cost Garth Snow.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Shake It Up

The slumping Canucks need to shake up their roster (and probably calm down their coach), and Alexandre Burrows, with no goals on the year, is among the change-of-scenery candidates.

The Daily Puck: Eastern Conference A Fine Mess

Washington needs Nicklas Backstrom to start producing more if the Caps want to stay in a crowded Eastern Conference playoff race

NHL Barometer: Phil's on Fire

Phil Kessel remains absolutely on fire and entrenched in the NHL's top 10 scorers with 57 points in 56 games this season.

Friday Daily Puck: Let's Take This Inside

Henrik Lundqvist and the Rangers get to be the home team on Friday as the Islanders try to avenge Wednesday's 2-1 Blueshirt win at Yankee Stadium.

NHL Barometer: The Bob is on a Roll

Sergei Bobrovsky been dynamite since returning from injured reserve earlier this month.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Motivational Antics

Roberto Luongo will try to lead the Canucks to a win Tuesday in their first of six games without suspended coach John Tortorella.

NHL Barometer: Mighty Mite Power

Martin St. Louis has been on fire since getting snubbed by Team Canada for the Winter Olympics.

Saturday Daily Puck: Brotherly Love for Mason

The Flyers inked Mason to a three-year extension with a manageable cap number... what's going on here? And what about fan favourite Ray Emery?

Thursday Daily Puck: Scriving and Saving

Scrivens gets moved to Edmonton, Dubnyk to Nashville, and all the Canucks go to the penalty box