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Fantasy Articles Featuring Mika Zibanejad

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Offseason Fantasy Fallout

Ex-Canadiens star P.K. Subban headlines this year's offseason moves, having stunningly been dealt to Nashville straight up for fellow blue-line stud Shea Weber.

Blue Line Buzz: The Defenseman Awards

In the final Blue Line Buzz of the season, Jason Chen hands out a series of awards, including giving Ottawa's Erik Karlsson the unsurprising honor of Defenseman of the Year.

NHL Barometer: Hail to the Scheif

In his Barometer finale, Jan Levine shines a light on a Winnipeg youngster already playing like an elite center.

NHL Barometer: The Dub's on a Roll

Jan Levine looks at who's hot and who's not in the NHL this week, including goaltender Devan Dubnyk, who has been a big late-season key for the Wild.

NHL Barometer: A Shark with No Bite

Jan Levine looks at who's up and who's down in the NHL this week, including long-time Shark Patrick Marleau who is scuffling mightily.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Better Off Late

Evan Berofsky recommends some under-owned players for the stretch run, including the Senators' Mika Zibanejad, skating first-line minutes in the absence of the injured Kyle Turris.

NHL Barometer: Mika-Boo!

Surprise! Ottawa has a new top dog down the middle. Read who else makes the cut and falls short in this week's Barometer.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Dumba and Dumba-er

Intriguing matchups abound for fantasy owners this Tuesday, while Andrew Fiorentino identifies the Wild's Mathew Dumba as a player who merits wider fantasy consideration.

The Waiver Wire: Back on the Radar

Dan Waldner finds some gems on the waiver wire, like New Jersey center Travis Zajac, who had a breakout game last week after a season-long slump.

Saturday Daily Puck: Johnny Rotten

The Flames and Bruins provided a concise example of everything great about hockey on Friday.

Friday Daily Puck: The New Hoff in Town

The Senators are becoming one of the best offensive teams in the league.

Thursday Daily Puck: Stars Not Game

The All-Star Game is pointless so why not embrace its pointlessness even more?

Neutral Zone Wrap: Wild Wild Rest

Evan Berofsky completes his look around all 30 NHL teams, including a Wild squad that's lost six times in its last 10 and is still waiting for Zach Parise to return to form post-injury.

Ice and Fire: Not Splurgin' on Spurgeon

Dan Pennucci discusses fantasy storylines around the league, including recommending that owners sell high on the Wild's Jared Spurgeon, who's tallied four points in eight games to start the year.

NHL Barometer: Stone Cold Krejci

Jan Levine opens his debut regular season Barometer by looking at a Bruin who is returning to former glory.

NHL Mock Draft: 12-Team Expert Draft

RotoWire's Eric Lewandowski guides you through a 12-team mock draft consisting of some of the site's foremost hockey minds. The Capitals' Alex Ovechkin was chosen first overall.

From the Press Box: Atlantic Division Booms & Busts

RotoWire's Paul Bruno looks through the Atlantic Division and explains which players will improve on last season and which could decline.

From the Press Box: Atlantic Division Preview

Paul Bruno previews the Atlantic Division where the Bruins need to get a big season out of Zdeno Chara after a couple offseason transactions that could signal regression.

Shots on Goal: Early Look - Top 9 Atlantic

Peter Maingot begins his annual review of the top three lines for each team, beginning in the Atlantic Division.

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.

From the Press Box: Stanley Cup Playoff First-Round Picks

Paul Bruno previews the first round of the playoffs, while sneaking in who he thinks will be lifting the Stanley Cup in June.

NHL Barometer: Playoff Preview

Jan Levine previews the NHL playoffs and envisions Rick Nash lifting the Stanley Cup in June.

The Waiver Wire: Championship Week 1

For those entering the Finals this week, Mike Wilson and Dan Waldner have a few suggestions to help you get to the finish line in first place, like Vancouver's Alexander Edler.

Thursday Daily Puck: Sensational Senators

The Senators are on a historic tear and it's not just Andrew Hammond who is making waves. There's a fleet of young players worth considering.

Saturday Daily Puck: SenSational

A young and exciting Ottawa Senators team is terrorizing the NHL, while Jordan Eberle is piling up points for the Oilers. Meanwhile in Nashville, reduced minutes for Cody Franson is leading to reduced production.

From the Press Box: Closing in on the Playoffs

Paul Bruno checks in on some teams peaking at the right time and others that may have their postseason dreams end prematurely.

NHL Barometer: Monahan's Flame Burns Bright

Jan Levine shines a deserving spotlight on Sean Monahan, who has been overshadowed in Calgary.

Sunday Daily Puck: Quality Cats

The Florida Panthers are one of the big surprises of the season, but the future looks even brighter.

Saturday Daily Puck: Improved Isles

With the NHL season almost halfway complete, we take a look at where teams stand now, compared to where they stood at this point last season. The Islanders are vastly improved, while the Avalanche continue to fall.

The Waiver Wire: Two Gals From Montreal

Alex Galchenyuk and Brendan Gallagher are putting up noteworthy fantasy numbers this year - much to the delight of owners and Habs fans everywhere.