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Fantasy Articles Featuring Filip Forsberg

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Filip Forsberg's name.

Frozen Fantasy: Responsible Talent?

The head-turning two-way play of the Blues' Vladimir Tarasenko and other emerging stars has Janet Eagleson rethinking her tendency to shy away from gambling on young talent.

NHL Barometer: Risers and Fallers

Get up, get down, Olli is a joke in yet another town. See who else makes Jan Levine's risers and fallers this week.

From the Press Box: Three Surprising Contenders

Paul Bruno takes a look at Kyle Okposo and the surprising Islanders, one of three teams that didn't contend last year but are up near the top of their respective divisions this season.

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.

Saturday Daily Puck: Even Strength Extraordinaires

A look at the top even-strength and power-play point producers thus far, and what it means for your fantasy team.

Friday Daily Puck: On Bryan Murray

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

Sunday Daily Puck: Waiting On Geno

Being a successful NHL franchise and being a successful fantasy owner both require patience. In particular, judging how long to be patient with young players is a key in both games. Do you have the patience it takes to wait for a star to develop?

NHL Barometer: Hot Swede In the Hub

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

Monday Daily Puck: The Meek Shall Inherit The Win Column

Bottom Feeders get revenge Sunday night

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.

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.

NHL Barometer: Risers and Fallers

Frederik Andersen has the early edge of John Gibson between the pipes for the Ducks. Who else is rising and falling early in the season - check out Jan Levine's recommendations.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Blackhawks Up

The Blackhawks are flying out of the gate despite getting next to nothing out of Brad Richards to begin with. Evan Berofsky takes a look at five teams in this week's NZW.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Potential Breakouts

Can Charlie Coyle and company take the next step in Minnesota? RotoWire's Evan Berofsky thinks that the potential is there for he and his Wild teammate Nino Niederreiter.

2014-2015 Predators Preview: Music City Makeover

After the dismissal of long-time coach Barry Trotz following last season's 88-point effort, will Shea Weber and the Preds be able to regroup in Year 1 under new bench boss Peter Laviolette?

Prospects Analysis: Top 3 Organizational Prospects - Central Divison

The Blackhawks rose to prominence with a number of great homegrown products, such as Jonathan Toews. Who is the next big prospect on the horizon for them?

Prospects Analysis: Updated Top Prospects List

How does our Top 100 prospects list look now that draftees like Aaron Ekblad are included in the ranks? Take a look at the latest and greatest from Jon Litterine.

Prospects Analysis: NHL Top 100 Prospects

The Lightning may have just been eliminated from the playoffs, but there's reason to believe that their future remains bright. Jon Litterine shares his season-ending top prospect list.

Morning Skate: Tire Pumping

Dan and Janet discuss the various trade deadline deals, including the very brief but delicious pairing of Tim Thomas and Roberto Luongo on the same team.

Top 100 NHL Prospects: Trade Deadline Edition

Jonathan Drouin still tops Jon Litterine's NHL prospects list, but there were significant changes below him, some of which were the product of the trade deadline deals.

NHL Prospect Rankings: Midseason Rankings

Aleksander Barkov is among those prospects that have graduated to the NHL ranks. See who has joined the top 100 to replace him and all the other rookies that have stayed in the NHL.

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.

Saturday Daily Puck: Can Kunitz Crack Canada?

Is Chris Kunitz worthy of a spot on Team Canada based on his chemistry with Sidney Crosby?

Thursday Daily Puck: The Perry Games: Catching Fire

How you should handle injuries and suspensions on your team. Also, Corey Perry is unstoppable.

Tuesday Daily Puck: The Rising Cap

Next year's salary cap will be $7 million higher thanks to the NHL's new TV deal -- a rise that may lead to some regrettable contracts.

Saturday Daily Puck: Zero To Heroes

Injuries are ramping up, so which has-beens and never-weres will get their once-in-a-lifetime chance?

Thursday Daily Puck: King's Ransom

Is Henrik Lundqvist's new contract an albatross for all involved or is GM Glen Sather suffering from Stockholm Syndrome?

Tuesday Daily Puck: You Must Be Jokinen

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.

Saturday Daily Puck: Righting The Ship

The Canucks and Sabres have combined for more than 140 years with no Cup wins. How much longer is the punishment?