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Fantasy Articles Featuring J.T. Miller

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention J.T. Miller's name.

Yahoo DFS Hockey: Sunday Picks

Sasha Yodashkin picks the Sunday NHL slate, including St. Louis' David Backes, who can still be had for a bargain price.

DraftKings NHL: Next Week's Values

Neil Parker's back with another set of values for next week's DraftKings action, including a number of fine opportunities to roll out Tampa goalie Ben Bishop and his Tron-inspired mask.

Yahoo DFS Hockey: Friday Picks

The Kid is back at it again, and Jason Chen is all over Pittsburgh's Sidney Crosby, who has a whopping 26 points in the new year.

NHL Barometer: Strome Alone

In this week's Barometer, Jan Levine includes a former first-rounder who has frustrated Isles fans and fantasy owners this season.

Yahoo DFS Hockey: Wednesday Picks

With just three games on the schedule, Neil Parker explains why it's important to pay up for Sidney Crosby and look for savings elsewhere.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Miller Living High Life

Andrew Fiorentino breaks down a couple matchups from Tuesday's big slate and identifies the Rangers' red-hot J.T. Miller as a must-have pickup in nearly all fantasy formats.

Yahoo DFS Hockey: Monday Picks

Sasha Yodashkin picks for the Monday Yahoo NHL slate include Victor Hedman, who is hot and faces a terrible defense in Ottawa.

DraftKings NHL: Weekly Value Leans

Neil Parker throws down a fresh set of DraftKings values for the upcoming week's NHL play, including Jordan Eberle, whose arrow is pointing way up with Connor McDavid back for the Oilers.

FantasyAces NHL: Thursday Picks

Neil Parker shares his picks for FantasyAces NHL action on Thursday night, including turning back to an inconsistent Pekka Rinne against a Flyers team that's struggled to score on the road this year.

NHL Barometer: Silver Spooner

In his latest edition of risers and fallers, Jan Levine focuses on a young Bruin forward who is taking advantage of his opportunities.

Frozen Fantasy: (Quirky) Midseason Awards

Janet Eagleson's midseason accolades are full of quirky, and so is John Scott, the last of the NHL's true enforcers who has a special message for Gary Bettman this All-Star weekend.

NHL Barometer: Low Flame

This week's Barometer looks at a young Flames forward who has slipped in recent weeks but has the opportunity to turn it back around.

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: On a Larkin

Dylan Larkin and Aaron Ekblad are having an under-appreciated impact on their team. Petr Mrazek simply isn't getting the love he deserves. That ends now.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Moves Like Jagr

Evan Berofsky singles out Jaromir Jagr for helping to revitalize a Panthers team that's stunningly emerged to lead the the Atlantic Division.

Schedule Analysis: Easy Does It

The Devils have the easiest strength of schedule among their four games this week, making Adam Henrique an attractive fantasy option.

Schedule Analysis: Slow Days in Boston

While Boston and Montreal have a short (two games) week, the other 28 NHL teams will play at least three times.

NHL Barometer: Connor Bound

Relax, fantasy owners, Connor McDavid is doing just fine. Jan Levine looks at the Edmonton phenom and other movers in this week's Barometer.

Schedule Analysis: Lone Rangers

The Rangers are the only team in the NHL to play just once in the upcoming week, while the Kings will play just two games. RotoWire's Brian Rutherford breaks down the schedule.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Tuukka Fall

The Bruins' slipshod blue line is making Tuukka Rask look bad early on in the year, and things don't project to get a lot better.

Schedule Analysis: The First With Seven

Brian Rutherford breaks down the first full week of NHL action this season, with eight teams playing four times.

Prospects Analysis: 2015-16 Rankings, 1-25

Jon Litterine wraps up his rankings of the top prospects in hockey, and there's none better than Connor McDavid, who is one of the best in recent memory.

Shots on Goal: Early Look - Top 9 Metropolitan

Chris Kunitz was a big disappointment last season. Will he get a second chance to ride shotgun with Sidney Crosby this year? Peter Maingot breaks down the top three lines for each team in the Metro.

2015 NHL Draft: 10 Burning Questions

With the NHL Entry Draft set to kick off this weekend, longtime RotoWire hockey staffers Jon Litterine and Janet Eagleson discuss likely No. 1 pick Connor McDavid's dynasty-league upside, among other topics.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Second-Round Playoffs Preview

Evan Berofsky sizes up the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs as an awakened Patrick Sharp leads the Blackhawks against the Wild.

NHL Barometer: Playoff Preview

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

Blue Line Buzz: Final Week Top 50

Jason Chen returns to break down his top-50 defensemen for the final week of the regular season.

Saturday Daily Puck: Reaping The Bennettfits

Sam Bennett is set to make his NHL debut for the Flames, while Jonathan Toews is delivering in the clutch for the Blackhawks.

Friday Daily Puck: Big Bad Buff

Dustin Byfuglien's suspension comes at the worst possible time. Can the Jets fend off the competition and enter the second dance?

NHL Barometer: Nuge on Fire

Jan Levine's weekly look at the NHL's risers and fallers includes Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, who is on fire lately for the Oilers..