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Fantasy Articles Featuring Erik Gudbranson

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Erik Gudbranson's name.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Elementary, My Dear Watson

Nashville's Austin Watson is starting to emerge as a legitimate top-six winger, causing Andrew Fiorentino to recommend him for fantasy owners in deeper formats.

Sunday Daily Puck: The Replacements

Jason Chen previews Sunday's slate and muses on netminding

Thursday Daily Puck: Do You Know Danault?

Neil Parker recommends taking a peek at Phillip Danault and previews Thursday's nine-game slate with tidbits for daily and season-long players.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Klefbombs Away

Oscar Klefbom has started shooting more -- a lot more -- on a promising Oilers team, and that makes Andrew Fiorentino recommend him as a second-half pickup.

Saturday Daily Puck: Work On Your Tanner

It's a busy Saturday, with the Blue Jackets trying to start a new win streak against the high-scoring Rangers. Also, the Islanders are playing the Coyotes. Not everything is perfect. Plus, a King wing worth picking up.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Zucker Punch

The matchups aren't that hot on Wednesday, but fantasy hockey never rests. Plus, a Wild player you might want to pick up.

Saturday Daily Puck: Summer Anders

2016 ends with a bang, thanks to 10 games on the docket. The red hot Wild and Blue Jackets square off, Marc-Andre Fleury tries to step in for Matt Murray, and the Rangers and Flames have great matchups.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Raising Kane

The Penguins are in action on back-to-back nights, the Lightning are banged up, and a Sabre is work a pickup.

Thursday Daily Puck: Adding Anders

Neil Parker recommends adding Anders Lee and previews Thursday's 10-game slate with tips for daily and season-long players.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Frank the Tank

Andrew Fiorentino hits on the latest goings-on around the league, previews Tuesday's NHL slate, and recommends the Bruins' Frank Vatrano.

Blue Line Buzz: Not Very En-Tyson

Jason Chen offers up some buy-low and sell-high candidates to throw into trade offers right now, with Colorado's Tyson Barrie falling into the latter category.

Sunday Daily Puck: Happy Price Equals Paradise

Jason Chen covers Carey Price's 250th career win and previews Sunday's NHL action.

Blue Line Buzz: Quarterly BLB Awards

Jason Chen presents his quarterly Blue Line Buzz awards, headlined by Shea Weber, Brent Burns and Andrei Markov.

Blue Line Buzz: A Matter of Time

Jason Chen delivers his weekly studs and duds along the blue line as Torey Krug finally got the monkey off his back with his first goal of the season.

Blue Line Buzz: Shattenkirk Rising

Jason Chen delivers his weekly studs and duds along the blue line while also taking a closer look at the Habs' bubble and why it might burst.

NHL Barometer: From Predator to Prey

In this week's Barometer, Jan Levine looks at recent movers, including a top fantasy goalie looking to turn it around.

Blue Line Buzz: Defensive Rankings

Jason Chen breaks down his defensive rankings a few days ahead of the puck dropping on the 2016-17 season as a healthy Duncan Keith should provide big rewards for the Blackhawks.

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?

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.

Saturday Daily Puck: All Things Must End

It's the penultimate day of the season, with all 30 teams on the slate. Take it in, the playoffs are just around the corner.

Thursday Daily Puck: He's Baaaack

The key to finding late season success from players may be trying to find the ones who are still motivated by something beyond pride

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.

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.

Saturday Daily Puck: Wednesday Night Rivalry, On Saturday

With plenty of meaningful hockey happening Saturday, one game rises above the others in its ability to impact the postseason and provide serious drama

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.

Monday Daily Puck : Crosby Restores Order in Hockey Universe

Sidney Crosby has served notice that rumors of his demise have been greatly exaggerated

Saturday Daily Puck: Grand Central IR

Three major players have been taken off the board in the last 24 hours, changing the playoff race in the West and fantasy plans everywhere.

Thursday Daily Puck: Wheeler-in' and Dealin'

Blake Wheeler is wildly under-valued and had all his tool taken from him at the trade deadline. But he's transcending those obstacles.

Blue Line Buzz: Fresh Ink

Jason Chen covers a pair of new signings on defense, including the Blues re-upping Carl Gunnarsson and the Canucks bringing on hulking young Russian blueliner Nikita Tryamkin.