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NHL Barometer: Sedin Still Sizzling

Jan Levine looks at who's hot and who's not in the NHL this week, and few are hotter than Vancouver's Henrik Sedin.

Beat the Cap: Blue Line Blues

Neil Parker breaks down how to best spend your DFS dollars on defensemen.

Schedule Analysis: Four of a Kind

Brian Rutherford takes a look at the upcoming week's schedule, which includes 13 teams playing four games.

Beat the Cap: Leaving Money on the Table

Neil Parker explains why it's okay to not always spend all of your money under the salary cap.

Saturday Daily Puck: 0-For-January

The Buffalo Sabres fail to win a game in January, while Michael Del Zotto is rediscovering his touch on the Flyers' blueline.

Neutral Zone Wrap: All (in the) Stars

Sean Monahan has registered eight points in his last 10 games as the Flames attempt to hold onto the final playoff spot in the West.

NHL Schedule Analysis: All-Star Break Week

Brian Rutherford breaks down the short schedule this week and advises patience on Brock Nelson.

NHL Barometer: Strome Strong

Ryan Strome is on the way because of his move from wing to center. See who else reaches Jan Levine's risers and fallers lists.

The Waiver Wire: Greener Pastures

After his trade on Friday, David Perron's value has skyrocketed in most fantasy formats. Fantasy GMs who pounced on the news will find themselves glad they did.

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.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Not Missing A Beat

Even with Corey Crawford injured, the Blackhawks have six in a row.

Saturday Daily Puck: Showtime in the Windy City

The red-hot Chicago Blackhawks have won five straight games, outscoring their opponents 19-8 in that span. Patrick Kane is as lethal as ever, while Kris Versteeg is becoming a top scoring threat. And what about 20-year-old Brandon Saad?

Friday Daily Puck: Alfie's Farewell

An era of Senators hockey draws to a close with the retirement of Daniel Alfredsson.

NHL Barometer: Not So Defensive

Fantasy owners of Alex Ovechkin were worried when Barry Trotz was hired to coach the Caps, but their fears haven't been justified yet.

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.

The Man Advantage: Players Off the Radar

Johan Franzen might have fallen off radar screens when he was out with an injury, but he's back now and seeing power-play opportunities.

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.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Eight Is Enough

Antoine Vermette and the Coyotes not only have four games this week, but they have four the following week as well, as do the Canadiens.

NHL Barometer: Hot Swede In the Hub

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

Friday Daily Puck: The Best of the Worst

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

Monday Daily Puck: The Meek Shall Inherit The Win Column

Bottom Feeders get revenge Sunday night

NHL Barometer: Capital Investment

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

Saturday Daily Puck: Starry-eyed Wild

The Stars and Wild get ready for a key divisional matchup Saturday night. How will it all shake down?

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.

Frozen Fantasy: Ouija Knows Best

Disastrous starts to the season for the Hurricanes, Sabres and Panthers, among others, have RotoWire's Janet Eagleson wondering whether or not the star players of those teams are even worth rostering in certain formats.

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.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Hot, Fresh Duck

The Ducks' Frederik Andersen has been a revelation in goal only for those who weren't paying attention while he dominated last season.

2014-2015 Flames Preview: Rebuilding, But Improving

Sean Monahan is one of the many reasons for Flames fans to be optimistic about the future, but a playoff berth this season may be too much to ask.

Prospects Analysis: Top 3 Organizational Prospects - Pacific Division

John Gibson is the best goalie prospect in hockey, according to RotoWire's Jon Litterine, who breaks down the prospect outlook for each team in the Pacific Division.