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Blue Line Buzz: Biggest Offseason Moves

Jason Chen analyzes the offseason's most important blue line transactions, including the Habs swapping P.K. Subban for Shea Weber. Who got the better end of the deal?

Blue Line Buzz: The Defenseman Awards

In the final Blue Line Buzz of the season, Jason Chen hands out a series of awards, including giving Ottawa's Erik Karlsson the unsurprising honor of Defenseman of the Year.

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 Daily Puck: District of Goal-umbia

The Capitals clinched the Presidents' Trophy on Monday night, marking the first major milestone in what they hope will be a Stanley Cup-winning campaign.

Sunday Daily Puck: Rotten Eggs

Joe Mahoney names a trio of players who have disappointed this season, and recommends picking up Carl Hagelin.

Friday Daily Puck: Not So Lame Ducks

The Ducks became the fourth team to clinch a playoff spot. Big props to Bob Murray.

Thursday Daily Puck: The Sky Isn't Falling

The Islanders snap their slump and it's a good sign that the sky is not falling in Brooklyn.

The Daily Puck: Silfver Is Gold

Andrew Fiorentino offers a preview of Tuesday's games and recommends fantasy owners snatch up the Ducks' Jakub Silfverberg, who's seen his minutes and production tick up lately.

Monday Daily Puck: Jussi's No Joke

Florida forward continues to impress

Saturday Daily Puck: Gally Up

Dennis Wideman returns from his 20-game suspension and Alex Galchenyuk might be the league's hottest player right now.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Hanzal, So Cold Right Now

A hot center, a cold center, a hot defenseman, a cold defenseman, and yet another talented, young Capital.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Better Off Late

Evan Berofsky recommends some under-owned players for the stretch run, including the Senators' Mika Zibanejad, skating first-line minutes in the absence of the injured Kyle Turris.

Blue Line Buzz: The Beard Abides

The Sharks' Brent Burns easily leads all defensemen in goals, and both he and teammate Marc-Andre Vlasic get some love heaped on them by RotoWire's Jason Chen, who also hands out some trade grades.

Blue Line Buzz: Deadline On The Blue Line

The Stars paid a high price for shot-blocking maven Kris Russell at the trade deadline, and RotoWire's Jason Chen rates the move as a boon for his fantasy value.

Blue Line Buzz: Don't Mind Doughty's Doubters

In his latest look around the league's defensemen, Jason Chen speaks up supportively in response to recently growing criticism of the Kings' Drew Doughty.

Blue Line Buzz: Hedman Pass

Jason Chen's weekly look at the NHL's defensive ranks includes one of the season's first positive mentions of the Lightning's Victor Hedman, who's bouncing back from a highly disappointing first half in a big way.

Blue Line Buzz: Ritz Karlsson

Erik Karlsson is in the midst of a legendary offensive season by the standards of today's NHL, and RotoWire's Jason Chen devotes some time to appreciating his generational talent.

From the Press Box: Overachievers and Albatrosses

With the All-Star break upon us, Paul Bruno identifies a number of underrated first-half studs (like Chicago's Brent Seabrook) as well as a few whose outsized contracts are creating salary-cap issues.

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.

Blue Line Buzz: Wu-Letang Clan

With this calendar year coming to a close, Jason Chen offers some promising targets on the blue line for the 2016 portion of the campaign, including injured Penguin Kris Letang.

From the Press Box: Stamkos Circus Comes to Toronto

Paul Bruno offer his takes on storylines around the league, including the slumping Steven Stamkos, who this week made an uninspiring visit to his hometown Toronto -- one of his rumored offseason destinations.

Friday Daily Puck: Out Like a Hammer

Vancouver's Dan Hamhuis took a puck to the face and is out indefinitely, a huge blow to the defense.

Thursday Daily Puck: Stars Not Game

The All-Star Game is pointless so why not embrace its pointlessness even more?

Tuesday Daily Puck: Condon Keeping Habs Safe

Andrew Fiorentino gives some love to Hockey Hall of Fame inductees Nicklas Lidstrom and Sergei Federov while taking a look at Tuesday's slate and remarking on the amazing play of Habs backup Mike Condon.

Sunday Daily Puck: Stars are Shining

Joe Mahoney looks at Dallas' improvement from 2014-15 to now and recommends picking up Oilers' top center Leon Draisaitl.

Blue Line Buzz: Flaming Mess

Jason Chen takes his weekly look around the league's blue lines, including Mark Giordano and the struggling Flames' defense looking for consistency in front of unreliable goaltenders.

Yahoo DFS Hockey: Monday Picks

Neil Parker picks through a small three-game Monday schedule, but find out why the Kings' Anze Kopitar is on his bench.

Blue Line Buzz: The Replacements

Jason Chen discusses the beneficiaries of key injuries in the early going this season, including a sharp increase in ice time for the Blackhawks' Brent Seabrook.

Blue Line Buzz: Early Returns

P.K. Subban and Andrei Markov are arguably the best defensive pairing in the league right now, and they're a big reason why the Habs are off to a 3-0 start.

Blue Line Buzz: Top Playoff Defensemen

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