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Saturday Daily Puck: And The Oscar Goes To...

A look ahead at Saturday's nine games, including the Blackhawks squaring off with the Kings. Plus, why you should pick up Oscar Klefbom.

The Thursday Puck: Of Kessel and Subban

Neil Parker reaffirms Phil Kessel's return to stardom and looks at P.K. Subban's recent success. Thursday's two-game slate is also previewed with tidbits for daily and season-long players.

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: Metropolitan Mania

Sasha Yodashkin previews Friday's five-game slate, highlighting short-term and long-term value plays like Marian Hossa, who has been the catalyst for Chicago's power play despite his advanced age.

Tuesday Daily Puck: French Bulldog

The Stars are all banged up, but that's created an opportunity for tough-as-nails Frenchman Antoine Roussel to grow his offensive game.

Sunday Daily Puck: Sid the Kid is Alright

Sidney Crosby is shooting the puck a lot more... and that's a good thing for the noted playmaker.

Saturday Daily Puck: Tatar Tots

A look at a busy Saturday, with Tomas Tatar and the Wings taking on Carey Price and the Canadiens. Also, the high-scoring youngsters of the Maple Leafs take on the Penguins.

Thursday Daily Puck: Three's Company

RotoWire's Neil Parker looks at Winnipeg's new-look top line and previews the fantasy landscape of Thursday's 10-game slate with plenty of daily and season-long tips and tidbits.

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.

FanDuel NHL: Wednesday Values

Neil Parker's Wednesday FanDuel NHL values include top Rangers blueliner Ryan McDonagh in what could be an extremely friendly matchup against the Bruins, who may be starting recent a AHL call-up in net.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Home, Not-So-Sweet Home

Andrew Fiorentino covers Tuesday's NHL slate -- including what should be an emotional game for Steven Stamkos in Toronto -- and recommends owners take a look at Habs rookie Artturi Lehkonen.

FanDuel NHL: Monday Picks

Michael Clifford throws down a set of Monday FanDuel NHL values, including rolling out Chicago's Jonathan Toews against the struggling Calgary defense.

NHL Waiver Wire: Players of Interest

Neil Parker cranks out his best waiver-wire picks this week, as well as an analysis of eight teams with attractive four-game slates.

FanDuel NHL: Saturday Value Plays

Neil Parker dives into a 12-game Saturday slate, pinpointing some of the best FanDuel picks of the day that includes a couple Stars against the lackluster Blue Jackets.

Saturday Daily Puck: Haute Couturier

A look ahead at a busy Saturday with some exciting matchups. Some young, up-and-coming players like Auston Matthews and Zach Werenski have particularly good opportunities for big fantasy days.

Yahoo DFS Hockey: Saturday Picks

Brad Marchand is off to a solid start, but RotoWire's Sasha Yodashkin explains why the Bruins' winger should be avoided Saturday against the Canadiens.

DraftKings NHL: Tuesday Picks

Neil Parker looks over Tuesday's 12-game slate and can't pass up Cory Schneider at home against a tired Ducks squad.

Prospects Analysis: Atlantic Division Breakdown

Jon Litterine provides his top 10 prospects for every team in the Atlantic Division, including an exciting crew of up-and-comers in Toronto.

Prospects Analysis: Atlantic Division

Jon Litterine begins his series of looking at each division's top prospects, starting with the Atlantic Division where Adam Erne hops to help Tampa Bay this season.

Prospects Analysis: 2015 World Junior Championship Preview

RotoWire NHL prospect guru Jon Litterine takes a look at the world's best hockey tournament, set to commence Dec. 26 in Canada.

Neutral Zone Wrap: World Juniors Preview

Bummed out that you can't see Mikhail Grigorenko? At least you can follow him in the World Junior Hockey Championship that begins this week.