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Stanley Cup Playoffs: Postseason Preview

Jan Levine previews the Stanley Cup playoffs, picking each round, as Alex Ovechkin looks to put the Capitals on his back en route to a title.

Thursday Daily Puck: The New 66

Neil Parker touches on Joshua Ho-Sang, recommends adding Joonas Korpisalo and previews Thursday's 10-game slate with tidbits for daily and season-long players.

Blue Line Buzz: Recapping the Deadline

Jason Chen recaps all the trade deadline deals involving defensemen, then dives into his studs and duds on the back end this week.

Sunday Daily Puck: McDavid's League

Jason Chen muses on the rise of the Oilers and the fall of the Red Wings.

Monday Daily Puck: Bishop to King 4

Despite all attention being on Sunday's big Oscar flub, there were some significant moves made in the NHL. That includes two big trades.

NHL Barometer: The Rat, Version 2.0

Jan Levine examines the latest movers, including a Bruins agitator who should be receiving more recognition for his offensive prowess.

Sunday Daily Puck: New Lows for Mile-High City

The Avalanche are bad. So very, very bad.

Saturday Daily Puck: Slick Vik(tor Arvidsson)

Saturday's 10 games sees a lot of good offenses, and even more questionable defenses, which could make it a very eventful fantasy day.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Dumb and Dumba

There are only four games Wednesday, but several of the league's best goalies are playing. What does that mean for your fantasy teams?

Offseason Fantasy Fallout

Ex-Canadiens star P.K. Subban headlines this year's offseason moves, having stunningly been dealt to Nashville straight up for fellow blue-line stud Shea Weber.

NHL Barometer: A Hab in the Dark

Even though Montreal has fallen, Alex Galchenyuk is someone on the way up. See who else Jan Levine highlights in this week's Barometer.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Ducking Back In

Evan Berofsky covers the angles on five more teams, including the Ducks, who have been playing better and are getting Cam Fowler back from a knee injury out of the All-Star break.

Thursday Daily Puck: He Who Gaffs Last

The Anaheim Ducks are starting to recover from a terrible start to the season, as is Jakub Voracek.

Thursday Daily Puck: Jonesin' For A Move

It was a busy day in the NHL, so we break down what moves with Seth Jones, Ryan Johansen, Mike Richards, Vincent Lecavalier and Luke Schenn mean.

Frozen Fantasy: World Junior Mania

Janet Eagleson is cheering for a miracle (c'mon Canada!) as she watches a great collection of talent at the World Juniors, including Auston Matthews of the U.S.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Zucker Punch

A young Blue is hot, while an aged Duck is not.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Toffolishness

Andrew Fiorentino offers a trio of young players you just can't get from him in keeper formats and takes a look at the Tuesday slate of NHL action.

Sunday Daily Puck: Getting Back to Goals

Joe Mahoney looks at which games on Sunday's slate could be high-scoring affairs, and recommends picking up Shayne Gostisbehere.

Friday Daily Puck: Ugly Ducks Still Sitting Pretty

Despite sitting in last place, Anaheim is just five points out of a playoff spot. Just how bad is the Pacific Division?

Friday Daily Puck: The New Hoff in Town

The Senators are becoming one of the best offensive teams in the league.

Saturday Daily Puck: Wild About That Line

The Wild's Mikko Koivu, Nino Niederreiter and Jason Zucker line has been one of the best in the NHL this season and few have taken notice.

Friday Daily Puck: Goals, Goals, Goals!

Goal differentials and what they can mean.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Widespread Vanek

David Krejci and Thomas Vanek are having bounce back seasons, while Dougie Hamilton isn't paying off yet.

Yahoo DFS Hockey: Wednesday Picks

Neil Parker picks the Wednesday Yahoo game and aims to take advantage of some profit in Mark Giordano's salary against the Senators.

From the Press Box: Atlantic Division Booms & Busts

RotoWire's Paul Bruno looks through the Atlantic Division and explains which players will improve on last season and which could decline.

From the Press Box: Atlantic Division Preview

Paul Bruno previews the Atlantic Division where the Bruins need to get a big season out of Zdeno Chara after a couple offseason transactions that could signal regression.

Shots on Goal: Early Look - Top 9 Atlantic

Peter Maingot begins his annual review of the top three lines for each team, beginning in the Atlantic Division.

Prospects Analysis: Atlantic Division

RotoWire's NHL prospect analyst Jon Litterine breaks down his top prospects from the Atlantic Division, including the Panthers' Aaron Ekblad.

NHL Barometer: Playoff Preview

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

Thursday Daily Puck: Sensational Senators

The Senators are on a historic tear and it's not just Andrew Hammond who is making waves. There's a fleet of young players worth considering.