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Monday Daily Puck: Timonen playing like it's 1999

Philadelphia's 38-year-old blueliner is showing that he's still got something left in the tank.

Morning Skate: Tire Pumping

Dan and Janet discuss the various trade deadline deals, including the very brief but delicious pairing of Tim Thomas and Roberto Luongo on the same team.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Luongo's Sweet Freedom

Roberto Luongo won't be sad to leave Vancouver for sunny Florida

Morning Skate: Olympic Gloating, Trade Fallout

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

From the Pressbox: Midseason Power Rankings

The Blackhawks are on top, and now they're getting the services of Corey Crawford again.

Wednesday Daily Puck: A Classic Conundrum

Detroit and Toronto Limp Into The Winter Classic

Monday Daily Puck: The Makings of a Mediocre Fantasy Team

Brayden Schenn highlights a team looking for an identity

Thursday Daily Puck: Ja Great

Jagr continues to topple records and climb the all-time scoring list in his 22nd NHL season.

The Waiver Wire: The Rebirth of David Desharnais

While many jumped off the bandwagon weeks ago, David Desharnais has finally found his game.

Friday Daily Puck: Sugar Kane

Patrick Kane's rounding into midseason form, happy news for the Blackhawks and happier still for his fantasy owners.

The Waiver Wire: Ott To Get Much Better

Steve Ott looks to lead the way in Buffalo's turnaround after this week's front office shakeup.

NHL Barometer: Flyin' in Philly

Brayden Schenn has been on a tear as the Flyers try to dig themselves out of an early season hole.

Friday Daily Puck: Not Nailed Down

Trade speculation is swirling around the Oilers' Nail Yakupov right now, but is he worth the rumored price?

Neutral Zone Wrap: Rocky Mountain High

Nathan MacKinnon and the Avs are flying high. How likely is it to last? Evan Berofsky examines some of the high-flying and low-lying teams at the start of the season.

The RotoWire 200: Overall Rankings For Points Leagues

Do you go with Steven Stamkos or Sidney Crosby first overall? Andrew Fiorentino weighs in on that topic among his Top 200.

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 Flyers Preview: Claude's Crew

Claude Giroux and the Flyers should score plenty of goals again this season, but will the play in goal and on the blue line become steady enough to push Philadelphia back into the playoffs?

Shots on Goal: Top 9 Early Look - Metropolitan Division

Who is going to be John Tavares' new wingman? Peter Maingot breaks down the Isles' top-three lines, along with those of the other teams in the Metropolitan Division.

Crashing the Net: Down the Stretch They Come

Johan Franzen, The Mule, won't be doing much racing down the stretch, but he's been especially effective for the Red Wings late in the season and into the playoffs.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Taming the Wild

Niklas Backstrom gave up four goals in back-to-back games and then got pulled after allowing two more on two shots against the Kings last week.

NHL Barometer: Mr. Consistency

Martin St. Louis has been one of the league's most consistent point producers this season for Tampa Bay.

Crashing the Net: New King on the Throne?

Jonathan Bernier has taken half of the last 10 starts between the pipes for the Kings. Ray Flowers discusses whether that's likely to continue.

NHL Barometer: Perry's Firework Lighting it Up

Corey Perry no longer is being confused for Katy, as he's turned his game around in Anaheim.

From the Pressbox: Realignment Talk

Paul Bruno talks realignment, the compressed schedule, and the quick start by the Devils.

Neutral Zone Wrap: It's Never Sunny In Philadelphia

Evan Berofsky reacts to the first block of games in this compressed NHL schedule.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Going Negative

Dwight King was on top of the world in the playoffs last season, but he's more likely to be a fantasy pauper than a fantasy king this season.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Sophomore Surges

Brayden Schenn had just 18 points in the regular season as a rookie, but rallied for nine points in 11 playoff games and could be primed for a big sophomore season breakout.

2012 Flyers Preview: Flyers Hope Moves Will Schenn Them To The Cup

The Little Things: Draft Kit - The Little Things

Ryan Callahan is a star in leagues that count hits and blocked shots.

Draft Kit - Young Guns: Tidal Wave of Youth

Sam Gagner demonstrated his upside potential in an eight-point game last season. He's among the under-age-25 players featured by Janet Eagleson.

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