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Fantasy Articles Featuring Michael Raffl

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Michael Raffl's name.

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.

NHL Barometer: Mumbo Jumbo

He may be slightly old and slow but Joe Thornton's run of fantasy success continues. Jan Levine talks about the big Shark and others in the latest Barometer.

The Waiver Wire: Midseason Magic

Dan Waldner scours the waiver wire for players who would benefit most teams, including Florida's Aleksander Barkov, who has posted 13 points in his last 10 games.

From the Press Box: Flyers Grounded

Paul Bruno offers his observations on intriguing storylines around the league, including a painfully slow start by the Flyers' Jakub Voracek.

FantasyAces NHL: Tuesday Picks

Paul Bruno takes a look at Tuesday's values on FantasyAces, including Claude Giroux, who's heating up for the Flyers.

Tuesday Daily Puck: D4: The Punchless Ducks

RotoWire NHL editor Andrew Fiorentino previews Tuesday's NHL action and talks Ducks, mighty and otherwise.

Yahoo DFS Hockey: Tuesday Picks

Andrew Fiorentino breaks down the Tuesday Yahoo slate where John Tavares and the Islanders have a sparkling opportunity against the defensively struggling Blue Jackets.

From the Press Box: Metropolitan Division Booms & Busts

RotoWire's Paul Bruno checks in on the Metropolitan Division and breaks down his top improving players and those on the decline.

Shots on Goal: Early Look - Top 9 Metropolitan

Chris Kunitz was a big disappointment last season. Will he get a second chance to ride shotgun with Sidney Crosby this year? Peter Maingot breaks down the top three lines for each team in the Metro.

Beat the Cap: Year End Round Up

Neil Parker is back with some advice on how to spot a trap game and which defensemen could be fantasy helpers as the regular season winds down.

NHL Barometer: Season Finale

Jan Levine wraps up the Barometer for the season but not before highlighting the likes of Kyle Turris, who is helping Ottawa making a playoff push.

Beat the Cap: Catching Up with the Latest Trends

Neil Parker provides updates on a number of previous columns to find quality value plays in DFS formats.

FanDuel NHL: Value Plays for the Week

Michael Clifford is back with his best NHL value plays this week on FanDuel.

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.

Schedule Analysis: Five Games in Seven Days

The five-game week has finally arrived for the Islanders.

Sunday Daily Puck: Fallen Star

Tyler Seguin is down for the next three to six weeks with a lower body injury. What will the Stars do to replace him? What should fantasy owners do?

Friday Daily Puck: There's No Place Like Home

Nabokov returns to San Jose to retire a Shark. A look back at one of the best goalies of a generation.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Enjoy A Hamonic Sandwich

Schedule Analysis: Four of a Kind

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

Sunday Daily Puck: Smell Ya Later Evander Kane?

It was just recently that Daily Puck was recommending Evander Kane as a pickup. What a strange week itís been. The question now turns to Kaneís future.

Thursday Daily Puck: Principal Skinner's Scratch

Jeff Skinner is getting scratched, Pekka Rinne returns, and how Darcy Kuemper may be able to get you a little hidden value before the end of the year.

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.

Thursday Daily Puck: Sens Get A Slice Of Za

Jason Spezza returns to Ottawa for the first time, plus two hot players overshadowed by superstars on their team, and Marc-Andre Fleury sends up red flags.

NHL Barometer: Development Is Non-Linear

Seth Jones is just the latest example of why we say that defensemen develop slowly and in a non-linear fashion, according to RotoWire's Jan Levine.

Neutral Zone Wrap: The Birds Are the Words

Blake Comeau has stepped into the breach of the Penguins' forward injuries and looks to have a productive role going forward.

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.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Zeros for Zetterberg

A couple young players are getting hot, and a couple veterans are getting cold.

Monday Daily Puck: Every Game I'm Shuffling

Suddenly, the Pittsburgh Penguins are struggling to find chemistry on their top two lines.

Thursday Daily Puck: Don't Succumb To Vanek Panic

It's time to decide if you think a struggling player can turn it around, will prestigious players like Patrick Marleau, Mikko Koivu, Alex Goligoski, and Thomas Vanek turn around on early season struggles?

Wednesday Daily Puck: Oh, Canada!

One Duck is hot, one Duck is not.