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Fantasy Articles Featuring Connor Carrick

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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.

Sunday Daily Puck: Selection Sunday

Jason Chen breaks down the final day of NHL action.

Saturday Daily Puck: Stand By Your Tanner

Hockey in March can be mad too, and Saturday brings us 10 games, many with playoff implications (and also Colorado against Detroit).

Thursday Daily Puck: Every Game Counts

Neil Parker recommends adding Nick Schmaltz and previews Thursday's massive 12-game slate with tidbits for daily and season-long players.

The Daily Puck: Snow Day

Andrew Fiorentino previews Tuesday's snow-abbreviated slate and points fantasy owners in the direction of Tampa's Brayden Point.

Saturday Daily Puck: Crown Viktor

There are a lot of questionable defenses in action on a busy Saturday. What does that mean for your fantasy teams? Plus, a Predator you should pounce on.

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.

Thursday Daily Puck: Sentimental for Schmaltz

Neil Parker recommends grabbing Nick Schmaltz and previews Thursday's 10-game slate with a focus on recapping the transactions before the trade deadline.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Schmaltz On Your Face

Andrew Fiorentino previews Tuesday's games, talks trades, and advises picking up the Blackhawks' Nick Schmaltz.

Blue Line Buzz: Back End Trends

Jason Chen checks in with his studs and duds on the blue line this week, wondering when Brent Burns' is going to crack the 30-goal plateau.

Saturday Daily Puck: Gold Star For Robot Boychuk

Saturday's schedule includes rivalry games in Southern California, Canada, and Pennsylvania. Plus, of course, a tribute to the second Mighty Ducks movie.

Thursday Daily Puck: Strike Gold with Ritchie

Neil Parker looks at the packed playoff races, recommends adding Nick Ritchie and previews Thursday's six-game slate with tips and tidbits for daily and season-long players

The Kids' Table: Prospecting the Calder Cup Playoffs

Ben Zweiman lines up some close-to-the-majors prospects to watch during AHL postseason play, including a raft of future Maple Leafs like Nikita Soshnikov.

Blue Line Buzz: The Beard Abides

The Sharks' Brent Burns easily leads all defensemen in goals, and both he and teammate Marc-Andre Vlasic get some love heaped on them by RotoWire's Jason Chen, who also hands out some trade grades.

Thursday Daily Puck: Seabrook Run

Now is the time for big-game players to start playing big. Dustin Nelson looks at a few players stepping up.

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.

Neutral Zone Wrap: The Dead Line

Evan Berofsky bemoans a fairly quiet NHL trade deadline that featured precious few fantasy assets, but a number of players on the back sides of their careers, like new Flames netminder Niklas Backstrom.

Blue Line Buzz: Deadline On The Blue Line

The Stars paid a high price for shot-blocking maven Kris Russell at the trade deadline, and RotoWire's Jason Chen rates the move as a boon for his fantasy value.

Blue Line Buzz: Leddy, Set, Go

Jason Chen rings in the new year with a discussion of prospect defensemen in the World Junior Championship and hits on Nick Leddy's success for the Isles in the absence of Johnny Boychuk.

Blue Line Buzz: Power Play Shakeup in Montreal

P.K. Subban remains on the Habs top power play unit, but they have shaken up the other blueliners involved. Plus, Jason Chen writes about the return of a key defenseman in Columbus.

Getting The Call: Recently Recalled Players

Injuries to Pascal Dupuis and Mikko Koivu have opened the door for youngsters in Pittsburgh and Minnesota, respectively, to assume greater roles with the parent club.