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Fantasy Articles Featuring Damon Severson

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Damon Severson's name.

Friday Daily Puck: Everything's Coming Up Clendening

The world has ended and the Canucks have consummated a trade with the Blackhawks. Can Clendening fill in for Bieksa?

Wednesday Daily Puck: Raising Kane

A few players are back, while a legendary goalie is gone.

The Man Advantage: Future PP Stars

Jori Lehtera could eclipse 60 points in his first NHL season with the Blues, and could start seeing more time on the power play.

Monday Daily Puck: Harvesting Saad

Chicago Blackhawks' winger fulfilling potential

Friday Daily Puck: The Backup Plan

Pekka Rinne's injury means Carter Hutton gets the job by default. But is he Nashville's only hope?

Wednesday Daily Puck: Claiming Bobby Ryan

Patrick Marleau may be on his last legs while Bobby Ryan is worth a pick up.

Friday Daily Puck: Not So Wild

The Wild are struggling and Mike Yeo's on the hot seat. Are their players worth hanging onto?

Thursday Daily Puck: Put Me In (New) Coach

With another coach getting sacked, we look at what effect a coaching transition can have on the fantasy-relevant players on that team.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Un-Suter-able

Ryan Suter's been a bit of a disappointment all year long, but now he's gone stone-cold.

Friday Daily Puck: Capital Victory

What did we learn from the Caps' narrow victory at Nationals Park? And the Canucks' late-game collapse?

Wednesday Daily Puck: Alexander Auld Lang Syne

Two old pros with recent struggles are finding their past form

Tuesday Daily Puck: Armia of One

With Marcus Foligno down for the count with a hand injury, the Sabres have promoted top prospect Joel Armia.

Saturday Daily Puck: All Hail Gio

Mark Giordano is having a season for the ages in Calgary, while Kyle Turris is hitting his stride with Ottawa.

Friday Daily Puck: Not The Good Kind of Blues

The Blues blew a 3-0 lead Thursday night against the Kings, which begs the question - are they good enough to win the Cup?

Prospects Analysis: Top 100 Prospects

Jon Litterine comes up with his December update for RotoWire's top 100 prospects, and touts the Red Wings' Anthony Mantha.

Frozen Fantasy: Brand-New Superstars

Mike Santorelli is one of the hottest Leafs going right now, but you wouldn't know it based on his slight ownership in fantasy leagues.

Blue Line Buzz: Tired Ducks

The Ducks' top three defensemen are already logging monster minutes, and we're only in December writes RotoWire's Jason Chen.

Friday Daily Puck: On Bryan Murray

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

Neutral Zone Wrap: May The Schwartz Be With You

Alexander Steen is among the many Blues off to mediocre starts for the Blues, but teammate Jaden Schwartz is off to a tremendous start.

NHL Schedule Analysis: On The Prowl

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

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.

From the Press Box: Patience With Underachievers

Nail Yakupov is off to another slow start with the Oilers, but RotoWire's Paul Bruno advises patience with him and another slow starter, Toronto's Jake Gardiner.

Beat the Cap: Pinching Pennies on the Back End

Neil Parker used David Savard over the weekend to afford higher priced players elsewhere to good effect, and he lists eight other potential defenseman bargains in this week's article.

The Waiver Wire: Lightning in a Bottle

While it took him a few years to adapt to the speed and size of the NHL game, Victor Hedman has shown he's ready to leave his mark.

Frozen Fantasy: On the Cusp of Greatness

Kyle Okposo and the high-flying Islanders are ripe with fantasy potential. Jump aboard the bandwagon before there's no longer any room.

Friday Daily Puck: Stars Shine, Sharks Abandoned on Long Island

The Stars showed the Pens why the West is still best, but the Isles showed there's a new player in town.

From the Press Box: First Week Returns

Brock Nelson and the Islanders exploded out of the starting gate. Paul Bruno discusses if they and the other quick starters are legit.

Schedule Analysis: Quack Attack

Corey Perry and the Ducks have four games this week, one of just four teams to be so busy. Check out more of Brian Rutherford's schedule analysis in this week's edition.

2014-2015 Devils Preview: Vet Cemetery

The 38-year-old Patrik Elias is one of several greybeards the Devils will count on to drive their offensive attack this season, but that's precisely the problem.

Prospects Analysis: Top 3 Organizational Prospects - Metropolitan Division

Jon Litterine discusses the top three prospects in each organization, starting with the Metropolitan Division. Evgeny Kuznetsov took a long time coming over to the NHL, but he's been worth the wait.