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Fantasy Articles Featuring Magnus Paajarvi

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Wednesday Daily Puck: There's No Place Like Home

Tuesday was a night of returns: Patrick Roy went back to Montreal, Matt Moulson went to Long Island, and Chris Kunitz Returned From Injury.

Monday Daily Puck: Pittsburgh Receives Some Good News

Kris Letang and Beau Bennett are expected back at Monday practice

NHL Schedule Analysis: Fives Are Wild

Ryan Suter and the Wild have five games this week, but how do those games look for fantasy production?

Saturday Daily Puck: California Feeding Frenzy

The Sharks are surging and destroying everything in its path. Are they the best team in California?

NHL Barometer: Backes Carries Blues

David Backes may not get the publicity of other centers, but with 174 hits and 38 blocked shots, he plays a complete game.

Sunday Daily Puck: Stars Are Born

The Stars brought Tyler Seguin to Dallas and paired him with Jamie Benn. The results so far: so good.

Saturday Daily Puck: No More Funny Games

The first quarter is done and it's time to weed out the pretenders

Thursday Daily Puck: Malkin In The Middle

Malkin isn't really struggling; the Sabres and the Oilers are struggling.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Stamkos Down

Steven Stamkos suffered a gruesome leg injury Monday, taking the shine off Tampa's hot start to the season and breaking the heart of many a fantasy owner.

Saturday Daily Puck: Breaking Bryz

Ilya Bryzgalov played just two seasons in Philadelphia after signing a nine-year, $51 million deal with the Flyers. Can he resurrect his career in Edmonton on a one-year deal?

Thursday Daily Puck: Hemsky Gets Job At The Rumor Mill

Hemsky, Yakupov, Kreider, and Del Zotto get their names bandied about in new trade rumors.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Open Season

Ryan Miller's under pressure and on the trade block for the struggling Sabres, who visit San Jose on Tuesday.

Saturday Daily Puck: Stuck on the Ground

Claude Giroux still appears to be working his way back from a wrist injury, creating yet another problem for the Flyers. How did they handle it against the Caps on Friday night?

Friday Daily Puck: Kreid-ing High

Chris Kreider's top-six opportunity is starting to turn into fantasy-worthy production. It's time to jump on board.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Moulson's Golden Debut

Matt Moulson scored twice in his Sabres debut; your move, Thomas Vanek.

From the Pressbox: Top Lines & Pairings - Western Conference

Jonathan Toews and the Blackhawks are back for more. Paul Bruno breaks down who will be on his line this year and does so with all the Western Conference teams.

Shots on Goal: Top 9 Early Look - Central Division

Evander Kane and the Winnipeg Jets move to the Western Conference and the brand new Central Division for this season. Check out the Jets' top three lines and those of his division mates in this feature.

From the Pressbox: Jetting Out West

Zach Bogosian and the Winnipeg Jets moving to the Western Conference where they belong is the biggest change in the conference. Paul Bruno breaks it all down.

From the Pressbox: New York Teams On Divergent Paths

John Tavares and the Isles are on the rise, while the Rangers are struggling to make the playoffs despite having much loftier ambitions.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Second Half Sleepers

The Lightning have another undersized forward cut in the mold of Martin St. Louis - Evan Berofsky talks about that player and others this week.

The Coming Thing: The Undrafted Are Coming

Andrew Fiorentino covers this week's NHL prospect movements.

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.

Neutral Zone Wrap: More AHL Returns

Evan Berofsky tracks those making a mark in the AHL during the lockout, and those that appeared destined to disappoint.

Friday's Face-Off: Ready to Tanguay?

Neutral Zone Wrap: The Hangover, Part III

Trying to stay on top of things after the New Year can be a challenge.

The Coming Thing: WJC In Review

Andrew Fiorentino discusses the play of the top prospects at the World Junior Championship.

Frozen Fantasy: Building A Winner

Neutral Zone Wrap: Fantasy Disappointments

Evan Berofsky sorts out which disappointments should come back and which ones you should forget about.

The Coming Thing: Thoughts on 24-7

Andrew Fiorentino's weekly hockey prospect column.

Frozen Fantasy: New Coach, New Life?

Will the coaching change in Washington ignite Alexander Ovechkin?