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Fantasy Articles Featuring Dougie Hamilton

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Dougie Hamilton's name.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Things That Go Mump In The Night

Derick Brassard may be sidelined with a case of the mumps that's spreading around the league, but the Rangers are still thriving, writes RotoWire's Evan Berofsky.

NHL Barometer: Fine On His Own

Ryan Getzlaf hasn't faltered despite being without his linemate Corey Perry. Check out the latest batch of Risers and Fallers in this week's Barometer.

Friday Daily Puck: The Ballad of Jack Johnson

Johnson's financial troubles shows that we're all human.

NHL Barometer: Missing the Carnival

Corey Perry missed out on the back-to-back games against the Kings this week due to a viral gland infection.

Friday Daily Puck: On Bryan Murray

The hockey world reels from the announcement of Bryan Murray's battle with cancer.

NHL Barometer: Hot Swede In the Hub

Carl Soderberg has been the Bruins' most productive center so far this season.

The Man Advantage: Getting More Opportunities

The Lightning's Anton Stralman is off to a great start and getting more power play time with Victor Hedman out.

Friday Daily Puck: The Best of the Worst

Which eye should you poke out when watching the Sabres and Oilers? Left, right, or both?!

NHL Barometer: Capital Investment

Marcus Johansson is riding on Alexander Ovechkin's line and riding high in the process.

From The Press Box: The Early Surprises

Gabriel Landeskog and the Avs are off to a slow start so far. Paul Bruno also examines two of the higher-drafted rookies in this year's class.

Beat the Cap: Finding Reliable Points

In order to find room for productive stars, you need to find mid-tier players that can give you a solid baseline of points, such as the Bruins' Dougie Hamilton.

NHL Schedule Analysis: On The Prowl

RotoWire's Brian Rutherford likes how the schedule sets up for Pekka Rinne and the Predators this week.

The Waiver Wire: Predators on the Prowl

Filip Forsberg and James Neal lead the way in Nashville, who hope that there will be more offensive production this year.

Friday Daily Puck: Kuemper's A Keeper

Darcy Kuemper now has three shutouts in four starts. Anomaly or the real deal?

2014-2015 Bruins Preview: Getting Back Up Again

The Bruins may have wilted in the playoffs last season against the Habs, but with the return of a strong core headlined by goalie Tuukka Rask, another run at the Cup remains plausible.

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.

From the Press Box: First Round Preview

Paul Bruno laments that the Kings and the Sharks have to meet up in the first round of the playoffs, and he predicts each of the first round series.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Playoffs? Playoffs?! PLAYOFFS!

Evan Berofsky predicts that the Ducks will beat the Rangers to win the Cup this year, and gives you some tips for your playoff pools.

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: Champions of The Hub

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

NHL Schedule Analysis: Fives Are Wild

Ryan Suter and the Wild have five games this week, but how do those games look for fantasy production?

NHL Barometer: Career Year for Duchene

The Avs' MVP, Matt Duchene is playing out of his mind and could be on his way to 80 points if he stays hot.

Monday Daily Puck: Parise No Longer Paydirt

The Wild have $98 million reasons to expect more scoring from the ex-Devil, but will it ever happen again?

Neutral Zone Wrap: Better Get Youth To It

Dougie Hamilton is one of the young guys with fresh legs that could give you a good kick down the stretch run.

NHL Barometer: Backes Carries Blues

David Backes may not get the publicity of other centers, but with 174 hits and 38 blocked shots, he plays a complete game.

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.

Monday Daily Puck: Is Braden Holtby Back?

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