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Fantasy Articles Featuring Ryan Ellis

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Prospects Analysis: 2016 NHL Draft Preview

Jon Litterine breaks down hockey's top prospects as the NHL Draft approaches, including likely No. 1 pick Auston Matthews.

Yahoo DFS Hockey: Sunday-Monday Picks

Sasha Yodashkin previews the combined Sunday-Monday slate, and notes that Jay Bouwmeester's low price and high floor could provide the cap savings you need to add more dynamic options up front.

Yahoo DFS Hockey: Friday Picks

Jason Chen is jumping is all in on Jamie Benn, who was dominant in the first round and should be in the middle of things for the Stars in Round 2 against the Blues.

Stanley Cup Playoffs: Player Rankings

Jan Levine ranks the skaters and goalies in the Stanley Cup Playoffs for fantasy playoff leagues. Can you guess where Alex Ovechkin ranks?

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.

Blue Line Buzz: Postseason Edition

Jason Chen's final column of 2015-16 is a primer on blueliners worth selecting in your playoff pools, including Capitals stalwart John Carlson, who could produce a lot of points in what's ought to be a long run for his team.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Brouwery Tour

The Blues' Troy Brouwer has been red-hot lately, but is still available in a number of leagues for the season's last couple games.

Saturday Daily Puck: Milestones to Go Before I Sleep

Alex Ovechkin and Patrick Kane hit a couple impressive milestones in Friday's action.

Thursday Daily Puck: The Home Stretch

The postseason is almost here, and while the West is largely settled, there's a lot at stake in the East still.

The Waiver Wire: Category Winners for the Playoffs

Dan Waldner offers waiver-wire options, like Toronto's Nazem Kadri, at categories owners can target down the stretch to provide the winning edge.

Blue Line Buzz: Looking Backward, Looking Forward

Jason Chen reviews how every team in the NHL did in last year's second half as part of his search for value in this year's post-All-Star play.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Rolling Avalanche

Evan Berofsky covers the latest storylines for five NHL teams, including Nathan MacKinnon and the Avs starting to go on a heater.

Ice and Fire: Apex Predator?

Dan Pennucci has been disappointed with the production of Nashville's Filip Forsberg, but recent positive signs have him optimistic for the future.

Blue Line Buzz: Don't Cling to Klingberg

Jason Chen has some fightin' words for the Stars' John Klingberg, predicting that the first-half breakout star will be outside the top-10 scoring blueliners in the season's second half.

NHL Barometer: Windy City Winner

Jan Levine's look around the league includes Chicago's Artemi Panarin, who is one of the top newcomers in the NHL this season.

Ice and Fire: Hockey-Tonk

Dan Pennucci likes the change of scenery for Ryan Johansen in Nashville and is impressed with the surprisingly strong work Louis Domingue has been doing in Arizona with Mike Smith injured.

Yahoo DFS Hockey: Friday Picks

Matt Duchene has three goals and three assists in his past five games and he'll look to continue his hot streak against a solid Predators defense.

Blue Line Buzz: Leddy, Set, Go

Jason Chen rings in the new year with a discussion of prospect defensemen in the World Junior Championship and hits on Nick Leddy's success for the Isles in the absence of Johnny Boychuk.

The Waiver Wire: Hidden Gems on the Blue Line

Dan Waldner looks at defensemen on the waiver wire, including Nashville's Ryan Ellis, who could give fantasy teams a lift.

Blue Line Buzz: Regret Tracker

Jason Chen shares his regrets on blue-line duds like Justin Schultz whose prior production, pedigree and circumstances seemed to point to breakout years.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Gimme A Break!

We head into the Christmas break with a hot veteran, a cold veteran, and a defenseman overshadowed by his teammates.

Frozen Fantasy: Ovie's Best Yet to Come?

Janet Eagleson says the sky is the limit for Alexander Ovechkin, but can he really challenge Wayne Gretzky's records?

Blue Line Buzz: Ghost Bear Here

Jason Chen takes his weekly look at the NHL's defenders and is stoked for the arrival of Shayne Gostisbehere, who should be an asset on both ends of the ice for the Flyers.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Kings of the Road

Evan Berofsky tackles a five-pack of NHL squads, including a Kings team that's recovered from a rough start on the strength of Tyler Toffoli's star turn.

Yahoo DFS Hockey: Wednesday Picks

Neil Parker picks the Wednesday Yahoo game and aims to take advantage of some profit in Mark Giordano's salary against the Senators.

Ice and Fire: Not Splurgin' on Spurgeon

Dan Pennucci discusses fantasy storylines around the league, including recommending that owners sell high on the Wild's Jared Spurgeon, who's tallied four points in eight games to start the year.

Thursday Daily Puck: Torts'll Tell Ya

Todd Richards is out. John Tortorella is in. And that may actually be significant for fantasy owners.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Full Nilsson

RotoWire hockey editor Andrew Fiorentino recommends you pick up Edmonton goalie Anders Nilsson, who's off to a strong start in his second NHL stint.

Blue Line Buzz: Getting in the Zone

Jason Chen explores potential indicators of future productivity, like Anaheim's Sami Vatanen startlingly beginning more than half his shifts in the offensive zone.

Blue Line Buzz: Top Playoff Defensemen

Jason Chen ranks his top defensemen from each team in the playoffs.