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Fantasy Articles Featuring Jared Spurgeon

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Jared Spurgeon's name.

Monday Daily Puck: Sluicing For Fantasy Gold

Digging for players with power-play points and a positive plus-minus rating ain't easy.

2014-2015 Wild Preview: Flush with Forwards

Surrounded by the most offensive talent he's ever enjoyed on the Wild power-play, defenseman Ryan Suter could have a shot at flirting with 50 points this season.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Second Round Preview

Evan Berofsky believes that the second round will be Tuukka Time in an Original Six matchup against the Habs.

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: Forgotten Assets

Some of his young teammates on the Wild have drawn more attention, but Charlie Coyle has been quite useful for his fantasy owners recently.

Blue Line Buzz: Flame On

The Flames and Mark Giordano have been quite productive lately, plus Dan Pennucci breaks down the goon points pool in this week's edition.

The Waiver Wire: Crunch Time

Now is not the time to stop paying attention - with most head-to-head pools fully entrenched in the post-season, the lucky GM is the smart GM.

Friday Daily Puck: Rise Of A Star

Matt Duchene has taken the league by storm since the Olympics, cementing his place among the NHL's top skaters.

The Waiver Wire: Wild Week Ahead

With five games this week, Minnesota Wild players dominate our recommendations in this weeks' Waiver Wire.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Shake It Up

The slumping Canucks need to shake up their roster (and probably calm down their coach), and Alexandre Burrows, with no goals on the year, is among the change-of-scenery candidates.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Orcas For Four

The Vancouver Canucks have four games this week, but you'll want to make sure that Henrik Sedin (ribs) is good to go before you pencil him into your starting lineup.

Saturday Daily Puck: Sochi Looms, Teams Face Ultimate Dooms

Teams are at different stages as the Olympic break approaches. Where do they stand?

Thursday Daily Puck: Midnight Oil

Scrivens stops 59 shots in record-setting shutout

Tuesday Daily Puck: Back In Beantown

Tim Thomas makes his return to Boston on Tuesday for the first time since getting bounced in the first round of the playoffs in 2011-12, then retiring for a year.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Boston's Slate Looks Good on Paper

The Bruins Will be Busy Before the Olympic Break

Saturday Daily Puck: Hot For Hockey

Thursday Daily Puck: Another Del Zaster Movie?

Michael Del Zotto heads to Music City

Tuesday Daily Puck: Motivational Antics

Roberto Luongo will try to lead the Canucks to a win Tuesday in their first of six games without suspended coach John Tortorella.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Broken Wings

The Red Wings centers, including Pavel Datysuk, are all banged up right now. How will they fare with their four-game schedule this week?

Saturday Daily Puck: Brotherly Love for Mason

The Flyers inked Mason to a three-year extension with a manageable cap number... what's going on here? And what about fan favourite Ray Emery?

Thursday Daily Puck: Scriving and Saving

Scrivens gets moved to Edmonton, Dubnyk to Nashville, and all the Canucks go to the penalty box

Tuesday Daily Puck: Nash Reaching Equilibrium

Rick Nash is starting to round into his old power-forward form for a Rangers team that's starting to heat up in midwinter.

Saturday Daily Puck: Ovechkin Shoots For 60

If Ovechkin scores 60 goals, it'll be the third time since 2008 a player has done so. Can he do it?

Thursday Daily Puck: The Roller Coaster Of Glove

Tuesday Daily Puck: Goaltending Shuffles To Come?

Goalies could drive this year's trade market, as needs and excesses around the league are creating intriguing matches for deadline deals.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Jekyll and Hyde

The fortunes of the Rangers and goalie Henrik Lundqvist have fluctuated wildly.

NHL Barometer: Franzen is Motorin'

Detroit's Johan Franzen has been on an absolute tear over the last month, scoring at least a point in 11 of his last 14 games.

Frozen Fantasy: Goalies in Trouble

Tuukka Rask is among the goaltenders on pace for a career-high workload this season. Is it time to make a move? Janet Eagleson considers the ramifications of heavy workload spikes.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Back-to-Back Jacks

Brian Rutherford suggests that Tuukka Rask could get a night off for one of the Bruins' back-to-back games.

The Waiver Wire: Hello Again, Mr. Andersen

With Viktor Fasth's second injury this year, Frederik Andersen has another chance to shine.