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Fantasy Articles Featuring Tobias Rieder

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Saturday Daily Puck: Little Big League

A look ahead at a busy Saturday, a couple slumping sophomores, and a returning Jet.

Thursday Daily Puck: Duclair's Decline

Neil Parker looks at Anthony Duclair's decline and previews Thursday's 12-game slate with tidbits for daily and season-long players.

Left, Right & Center: Quarter-Season Review

Evan Berofsky recaps the first quarter of the season, looking at his biggest surprises and disappointments to date with an additional focus on those worth watching as the calendar flips to December.

DraftKings NHL: Sunday Picks

With a limited number of games on Sunday's slate, Neil Parker explains why it makes even more sense to pay up for Connor McDavid.

Saturday Daily Puck: Vrbata Bing

On a busy Saturday, the Lightning have to play without Steven Stamkos, and Toronto's young guns have to try and solve Carey Price.

The Daily Puck: An Election Day-ly Puck

You may have heard about this whole election thing happening Tuesday, but there's still hockey to be played nonetheless.

The Daily Puck: Quality Over Quantity

Sasha Yodashkin previews Friday's three-game slate, and points to Cam Fowler as a likely contributor on the Ducks power play against the vulnerable Coyotes penalty kill.

Thursday Daily Puck: Don't Forget the Shots

Neil Parker shares an overlooked aspect of selecting a daily fantasy goalie and previews Thursday's 12-game slate with tips and tidbits for daily and season-long players

The Kids' Table: Prospects Find New Homes At Deadline

Benjamin Zweiman recaps the pre-trade-deadline action from a prospecting perspective and sees some intrigue in Finnish forward Aleksi Saarela, acquired by the Hurricanes from the Rangers in the Eric Staal deal.

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.

Blue Line Buzz: Looking Backward, Looking Forward

Jason Chen reviews how every team in the NHL did in last year's second half as part of his search for value in this year's post-All-Star play.

NHL Waiver Wire: Pickups for the Week

Dan Waldner highlights players on the waiver wire, including Calgary's Sam Bennett, who has all the makings for an elite sniper.

From the Press Box: Priceless Habs Losing Value

Paul Bruno notes that without Carey Price in net, the Canadiens' insufficient offense has been magnified, a situation that has them on the verge of dropping out of the playoff picture.

Frozen Fantasy: All-Star Snubs

Janet Eagleson can't believe the Stars' John Klingberg, among others, didn't make the All-Star team. Who else was snubbed?

The Man Advantage: Power-Play Roundup

The Ducks have turned around their season, in part thanks to the contributions of Ryan Getzlaf on the power play. Mark McLarney has that and more in this week's power-play installment.

NHL Barometer: The NeverEnding Corey

In his latest Barometer, Jan Levine looks at a goalie who doesn't get enough respect even while backstopping his team to two Cups.

NHL Barometer: Welcome Back, Carter

In LA, Jeff Carter has developed into a multi-category contributor. Check out what Jan Levine reveals about the forward and others in this week's Barometer.

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.

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: Stone Cold Krejci

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

Ice and Fire: Oilers Should Hammer and Nail Foes

Dan Pennucci has some advice for Edmonton's coaching staff: play Nail Yakupov and Rob Klinkhammer on the same line, for the puns if nothing else.

Thursday Daily Puck: Those Desert Dogs

Something special is happening in Arizona right now. It might not last, but no one expected even this much out of the desert dogs.

From the Press Box: Quick Starting Slow

RotoWire's Paul Bruno discusses the storylines of the NHL's first week, including yet another slow start by Jonathan Quick and the Kings.

Shots on Goal: Early Look - Top 9 Pacific

Sean Monahan leads a group of talented young forwards in Calgary. Peter Maingot projects the top three lines for all Pacific Division teams.

NHL Barometer: Monahan's Flame Burns Bright

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

Neutral Zone Wrap: Taking Care of Business

Evan Berofsky checks in on the Flyers, who are climbing back into contention with Ray Emery as a capable No. 1 while Steve Mason is sidelined.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Things That Go Mump In The Night

Derick Brassard may be sidelined with a case of the mumps that's spreading around the league, but the Rangers are still thriving, writes RotoWire's Evan Berofsky.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Cakewalk Time?

RotoWire's Brian Rutherford is bullish on Logan Couture and the Sharks this week.

Top 300 Prospects: Part 1 - The Forwards

Jonathan Huberdeau checks in at No. 1 on Darryl Houston-Smith's latest rankings.