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Beat the Cap: Save in the Middle, Win on the Wings

RotoWire's Neil Parker goes bargain bin shopping at the center position to free up cash for shallower positions.

NHL Barometer: The King Is Tired

RotoWire's Jan Levine suggests that the Rangers need to give Henrik Lundqvist a little more rest to preserve him for the stretch run.

Friday Daily Puck: Alfie's Farewell

An era of Senators hockey draws to a close with the retirement of Daniel Alfredsson.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Dottier in Detroit

With the primary components of the Red Wings healthy and playing together, they are getting much better results.

Sunday Daily Puck: Tale Of Two Cities

As the season passes the quarter pole, where are Sunday's competitors: the Canucks and Red Wings?

The Waiver Wire: Bozak Attack

Unappreciated in most leagues, Tyler Bozak is showing fantasy leagues that he's worth the investment.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Thankful Islanders

Fresh off a great home-and-way series against the Penguins, John Tavares and the Islanders have four games this week, including three at home.

Frozen Fantasy: Responsible Talent?

The head-turning two-way play of the Blues' Vladimir Tarasenko and other emerging stars has Janet Eagleson rethinking her tendency to shy away from gambling on young talent.

NHL Barometer: Risers and Fallers

Get up, get down, Olli is a joke in yet another town. See who else makes Jan Levine's risers and fallers this week.

Friday Daily Puck: The Ballad of Jack Johnson

Johnson's financial troubles shows that we're all human.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Oh, Canada!

One Duck is hot, one Duck is not.

Friday Daily Puck: On Bryan Murray

The hockey world reels from the announcement of Bryan Murray's battle with cancer.

The Man Advantage: Early Season PP Surprises

Mark McLarney talks up five early season surprises, and also two to beware. Which list does the Islanders' Brock Nelson make?

The Waiver Wire: Predators on the Prowl

Filip Forsberg and James Neal lead the way in Nashville, who hope that there will be more offensive production this year.

The Waiver Wire: Lightning in a Bottle

While it took him a few years to adapt to the speed and size of the NHL game, Victor Hedman has shown he's ready to leave his mark.

2014-2015 Red Wings Preview: Changing of the Guard

Pavel Datsyuk was one of the many key forwards that missed extensive time for the Red Wings last season. With several young players stepping up in his absence, the 36-year-old could begin to relinquish some offensive responsibilities in 2014-15.

From the Press Box: First Round Preview

Paul Bruno laments that the Kings and the Sharks have to meet up in the first round of the playoffs, and he predicts each of the first round series.

NHL Barometer: An Unlikely Champ?

RotoWire's Jan Levine lays out his playoff scenarios in advance of his playoffs player rankings. Will Gabriel Landeskog be hoisting the Conn Smythe at the end of the Cup Finals?

Neutral Zone Wrap: Streit Talk

Mark Streit has had some quiet stretches with the Flyers this season despite a pretty good overall season. Evan Berofsky suggests that those scoring droughts could occur with more frequency next season.

From the Press Box: Turmoil in Toronto

Could Nazem Kadri be on the trade block this summer for the Leafs?

NHL Barometer: Swan Song

The Barometer wraps up this week but not before highlighting the likes of Anze Kopitar, who has had an outstanding season for the Kings.

Friday Daily Puck: Best Offense Is No Defense

Alex Ovechkin is on pace to lead the league in goals while finishing dead last in plus-minus -- an NHL first, if he finishes that way.

NHL Barometer: Avalanche of Points

Matt Duchene set a career high this year with 70 points, as he has 14 points in his last 16 games.

Frozen Fantasy: Free Fall

With the exception of Carey Price and Montreal, it's been a long, cold winter for the other six NHL teams in the Great White North.

Saturday Daily Puck: These Birds Don't Fly

Are the Pens really the second-best team in the East? I see a team full of question marks and holes.

Thursday Daily Puck: Yes We Canuck

Don't look now, but the terrible Canucks might not be as terrible as we think they are.

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?

The Man Advantage: Post-Olympics PP Summary

Injuries to top power play producers Henrik Zetterberg and John Tavares have created new opportunities - see who Mark McLarney has pinpointed as the top replacements for the injured stars.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Better Get Youth To It

Dougie Hamilton is one of the young guys with fresh legs that could give you a good kick down the stretch run.

From the Press Box: Olympic Preview

Sidney Crosby leads the super-talented and favored Canadian squad.