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Fantasy Articles Featuring Anders Lindback

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Anders Lindback's name.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Miller Living High Life

Andrew Fiorentino breaks down a couple matchups from Tuesday's big slate and identifies the Rangers' red-hot J.T. Miller as a must-have pickup in nearly all fantasy formats.

Friday Daily Puck: A Brewing Conundrum

Kari Lehtonen or Antti Niemi? Petr Mrazek or Jimmy Howard?

Tuesday Daily Puck: Silfver Surfer

Jakob Silfverberg has heated up for the Ducks lately following an awful start to the year, and Andrew Fiorentino identifies him as a prime pickup target.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Sinking Island

John Tavares isn't leading the Islanders in points, and that's not the only unexpected midseason factoid Evan Berofsky has to point out in his latest look around the league.

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.

Monday Daily Puck: Letang heating up

Penguins offense benefiting from coaching change.

Saturday Daily Puck: Our Regularly Scheduled Program

The Winter Classic is still fun, but I prefer when there are 24 teams in action.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Toffolishness

Andrew Fiorentino offers a trio of young players you just can't get from him in keeper formats and takes a look at the Tuesday slate of NHL action.

Saturday Daily Puck: Hockey's back! Hockey's back!

Some big names need to turn things around following the holiday break.

Yahoo DFS Hockey: Saturday Picks

Sasha Yodashkin can't pass up Tampa Bay center Steven Stamkos, who has been magnificent at home lately, for Saturday's Yahoo slate.

Frozen Fantasy: Changing of the Guard

Janet Eagleson sees the NHL's generational change in progress and speculates on how that might affect the 2018 Canadian Olympic roster -- including Connor McDavid's impending first taste of the biggest international stage in hockey.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Russell Up Some Points

Since returning from his hand injury, Kris Russell's been a big part of the Flames' blue-line mix and could start paying dividends in fantasy circles.

Schedule Analysis: Naughty and Nice

With only four days of action in the coming week thanks to the Christmas break, the Bruins may have the easiest four-game slate in the league. Brian Rutherford breaks down the schedule to find the right matchups.

Saturday Daily Puck: Feel the Burns

Lots of interesting goals in not-so-interesting games.

Thursday Daily Puck: Penned In The Margins

Stay the course with Pittsburgh and beware Stammergeddon

Saturday Daily Puck: Hall Pass

The top line in Edmonton continues to exceed expectations and put on a show.

Sunday Daily Puck: A Player Like No Other

Joe Mahoney sheds light on just how important Erik Karlsson is and recommends picking up Ducks' goalie John Gibson.

Friday Daily Puck: The New Hoff in Town

The Senators are becoming one of the best offensive teams in the league.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Wild Wild Rest

Evan Berofsky completes his look around all 30 NHL teams, including a Wild squad that's lost six times in its last 10 and is still waiting for Zach Parise to return to form post-injury.

Schedule Analysis: Easy Does It

The Devils have the easiest strength of schedule among their four games this week, making Adam Henrique an attractive fantasy option.

Saturday Daily Puck: Slump Busters

Many players got the monkey off their back Friday, scoring their first of the season or ending epic slumps.

Yahoo DFS Hockey: Saturday Picks

Benjamin Zweiman likes the value of the underrated Ottawa center Kyle Turris, who is unstoppable when he's hot.

Schedule Analysis: Targeting the Predators

The Predators play four times this week, including three on the road, and their upcoming opponents make them the top team to target.

Monday Daily Puck: It's All In The Cards

Should fantasy owners buy, sell or hold Connor McDavid?

Schedule Analysis: Slow Days in Boston

While Boston and Montreal have a short (two games) week, the other 28 NHL teams will play at least three times.

Monday Daily Puck: Hot Tavares

Tavares in line for big game Monday against tired Calgary squad

Schedule Analysis: Lone Rangers

The Rangers are the only team in the NHL to play just once in the upcoming week, while the Kings will play just two games. RotoWire's Brian Rutherford breaks down the schedule.

Schedule Analysis: The First With Seven

Brian Rutherford breaks down the first full week of NHL action this season, with eight teams playing four times.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Welcome Back!

Steven Stamkos and the Lightning are tied with the Canadiens for the most games in the month of October.

From the Press Box: Pacific Division Preview

RotoWire's Paul Bruno previews the Pacific Division, where the Ducks have been the class team and may have gotten even better during the offseason.