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Fantasy Articles Featuring Jonathan Huberdeau

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Tuesday Daily Puck: Mr. Universe Is Back

NHL Schedule Analysis: Going Out With a Bang

Ryan Suter and the Wild have four games this week, one of 20 teams to have that many games.

Sunday Daily Puck: Beasts Of The East

The Bruins look primed to roll the Eastern Conference on their way to the Stanley Cup. Can someone stop them?

NHL Barometer: Swan Song

The Barometer wraps up this week but not before highlighting the likes of Anze Kopitar, who has had an outstanding season for the Kings.

Friday Daily Puck: Best Offense Is No Defense

Alex Ovechkin is on pace to lead the league in goals while finishing dead last in plus-minus -- an NHL first, if he finishes that way.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Teach Me How To Dougie

Dougie Hamilton's hot for the Bruins, and fantasy owners who ignore his top-pairing role and recent productivity do so at their own peril.

Monday Daily Puck: Playoff Talk

Saturday Daily Puck: These Birds Don't Fly

Are the Pens really the second-best team in the East? I see a team full of question marks and holes.

Thursday Daily Puck: Yes We Canuck

Don't look now, but the terrible Canucks might not be as terrible as we think they are.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Hot 'Hawk

Corey Crawford's at the top of his game, but the Blackhawks are dealing with some roster turnover as they prepare to face the Stars on Tuesday.

Sunday Daily Puck: Not Finnished Yet

Another top prospect, Teuvo Teravainen, is expected to make his debut with Chicago on Sunday. How excited should fantasy owners be about the young Finn.

Saturday Daily Puck: Champions of The Hub

They don't really miss Tyler Seguin, eh? The Bruins are prepared for another long Cup run.

Thursday Daily Puck: Return of The Devil

Zach Parise returns to New Jersey while the playoff race heats up.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Broadway Blues

Martin St. Louis has just two points -- and no goals -- in seven games since joining the Rangers at the trade deadline.

Friday Daily Puck: Twin Valleys

The only Sedin currently standing, Henrik will try again to break out of a lengthy slump as the Canucks visit Washington on Friday.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Today, Tomorrow, Never

Evan Berofsky reviews some of the less obvious trade deadline players and explains why you shouldn't be too excited about the notion of Dustin Penner playing with the Caps.

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.

NHL Barometer: Weber's on the Prowl

Shea Weber is heating up after a stone-cold start to the year for the Predators.

Thursday Daily Puck: The Roller Coaster Of Glove

From the Pressbox: Midseason Power Rankings

The Blackhawks are on top, and now they're getting the services of Corey Crawford again.

From the Pressbox: Winter Classic Struggles

Nazem Kadri isn't producing at the same level he did in last year's compressed season. He and the Leafs face the Red Wings in the Big House on New Year's Day.

Thursday Daily Puck: Ja Great

Jagr continues to topple records and climb the all-time scoring list in his 22nd NHL season.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Candy Kane

Patrick Kane is hotter than hot. Hotter than hotter than hot. We're gonna have to give him his own category soon.

Sunday Daily Puck: Lightning Strikes In Tampa

When Steven Stamkos went down with a broken leg the Lightning could have folded their tent, but instead they are in a playoff position. The play of Ben Bishop is a big reason why they have succeeded.

Frozen Fantasy: Roster Slugs

Is it time to unload Nail Yakupov at a discount? Janet Eagleson considers her options with a number of slow starters through the first two months of the season.

The Man Advantage: More PP Injury Replacements

Who benefits on the Avalanche power play while Matt Duchene is out with an oblique injury?

Neutral Zone Wrap: You Gotta Have Faith

In addition to buying low on the struggling Flyers (who started their breakout Tuesday night), Evan Berofsky lists a few other slow starters that you should try to invest in.

NHL Barometer: Gagner's on the Comeback Trail

Sam Gagner continues to make steady progress in his return from a broken jaw for the Oilers.

NHL Barometer: Ready for Takeoff

Jacob Trouba made his NHL debut Tuesday with the Winnipeg Jets and showed legitimate offensive upside.