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Fantasy Articles Featuring Jarred Tinordi

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Jarred Tinordi's name.

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.

Monday Daily Puck: Murray Takes Over

Pittsburgh's rookie goalie is faring well in the absence of Marc-Andre Fleury.

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.

Monday Daily Puck: Surprising Penguin Showing Heart

Phil Kessel helping playoff push

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.

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.

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.

Friday Daily Puck: Montreal's Fort

P.K. Subban is okay. But what about the Habs defense in the meantime?

Friday Daily Puck: A Brewing Conundrum

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

Thursday Daily Puck: Wish You Were Here

The Montreal Canadiens lost again on Wednesday and desperately seeking the return of Carey Price. Until that happens, it's tough to trust many players in Montreal.

Sunday Daily Puck: Another Year, Another Debacle

Joe Mahoney takes a look at the latest developments of the John Scott situation, and recommends picking up Carl Hagelin.

Thursday Daily Puck: Lightning Strikes Price

Tampa Bay's Tyler Johnson has been outstanding throughout the playoffs, but he again proved his worth on Wednesday night when he beat Carey Price with just 1.1 seconds left in the game.

Friday Daily Puck: Electric in Montreal, Wild in Chicago

The Lightning begin their series in Montreal while the Wild head to the Windy City. How do the teams match up in Round 2?

Sunday Daily Puck: Will The Price Be Right?

Just two games are on the schedule Sunday and they are both potential elimination games with high stakes for the participants.

Friday Daily Puck: The Habs and Hab Nots

The Jets are out. Are the Senators and Penguins next?

Blue Line Buzz: Around the League

Jason Chen discusses the possibility of the Bruins trading Zdeno Chara.

Blue Line Buzz: Younger and Faster In Dallas

The Stars recent trades have demonstrated their commitment to young, fast players like John Klingberg, who had a big week last week.

Blue Line Buzz: Off To A Great Start

RotoWire's Jason Chen takes over our Blue Line Buzz feature and highlights the start of Florida's Aaron Ekblad.

2014-2015 Canadiens Preview: Keeping the Window Open

Rather than bring back several of their pricey vets in free agency for a run at the Cup, the Canadiens chose to invest more into their young core, with P.K. Subban's eight-year extension leading the charge.

From the Press Box: Atlantic Division Offseason Review

The Bruins' salary cap woes have stifled their progress in re-signing Torey Krug and Reilly Smith, and limited their offseason activity.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Quiet Ducks

Corey Perry and the Ducks have just two games this week, as do the Flyers.

Darryl's Dispatch: 2012-13 Top 300 NHL Prospects (Part II: The Defensemen)

Dougie Hamilton is already playing in the NHL, but under Darryl's criteria he still qualifies as a prospect and thus tops our list.

Darryl's Dispatch: Top 300 Prospects

Ryan Suter's departure creates an opening for a top defenseman prospect on the Preds.

Darryl's Dispatch: Updated Top 300 Prospects

2011 Canadiens Team Preview: The Canadiens Look to Get Over the Hump in 2011

An in-depth look at the Montreal Canadiens heading into the 2011-2012 season.