The Waiver Wire: Our Best and Worst Recommendations of 2013
The Waiver Wire: Our Best and Worst Recommendations of 2013

This article is part of our NHL Waiver Wire series.

The Waiver Wire: Our Best and Worst Recommendations of 2013
Normally, we highlight the best and brightest of the available players in most leagues – and those players that should be avoided or moved as their value has dipped – but this week, we'll be dedicating this column to those players we've recommended that have been the biggest booms and busts. After all, it's not a real New Years without the "Best of 2013" for just about everything.

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Dan Waldner
Dan Waldner covers hockey for RotoWire, and has been involved in fantasy hockey pools for 15 years. He's a lifetime Toronto Maple Leafs fan, a passion his wife puts up with and his daughter is starting to emulate.
Mike Wilson
Mike Wilson writes about fantasy sports for RotoWire
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