Evan Berofsky's final column of 2015-16 offers up a group of veterans who have produced this year -- like Arizona's Shane Doan -- but face uncertain outlooks for the future.
Evan Berofsky reviews some players who have disappointed this year, but could rebound to provide value next season, like Winnipeg's Jacob Trouba.
Evan Berofsky highlights several players who have been hot lately, but still should be avoided by fantasy owners looking for production down the stretch, like Toronto's Nazem Kadri.
Evan Berofsky recommends some under-owned players for the stretch run, including the Senators' Mika Zibanejad, skating first-line minutes in the absence of the injured Kyle Turris.
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.
Evan Berofsky invents and hands out a number of unique awards, including naming Cory Schneider his leading candidate to go on a playoff-making run like the one we saw from Ottawa's Andrew Hammond last year.
Evan Berofsky continues his tour through the league by providing his take on five NHL teams, including a Boston squad that's benefiting greatly from Brad Marchand's stunning goal-scoring success this year.
Evan Berofsky takes a look into the fortunes of five NHL franchises, including the East-leading Caps, who have a new top scorer this year in Evgeny Kuznetsov.
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.
Evan Berofsky covers the latest storylines for five NHL teams, including Nathan MacKinnon and the Avs starting to go on a heater.
John Tavares isn't leading the Islanders in points, and that's not the only unexpected midseason factoid Evan Berofsky has to point out in his latest look around the league.
Evan Berofsky singles out Jaromir Jagr for helping to revitalize a Panthers team that's stunningly emerged to lead the the Atlantic Division.
Evan Berofsky includes the Oilers' Anton Lander among lesser-known names on depth lines and in the AHL who could pay fantasy dividends in 2016, if only they get the opportunity.
In his penultimate column before the new year, Evan Berofsky points out hockey players who are fantasy fool's gold, like surprisingly productive Carolina defenseman Ron Hainsey.
Evan Berofsky examines some of the biggest breakouts in the early going, like Detroit's Dylan Larkin, whose surprising early productivity may not be sustainable.
Evan Berofsky identifies a group of slow starters -- most of them young, like Anaheim's Cam Fowler -- who look like they could pick up the pace as the season progresses.
Evan Berofsky completes his look around all 30 NHL teams, including a Wild squad that's lost six times in its last 10 and is still waiting for Zach Parise to return to form post-injury.
Evan Berofsky notes in his latest look around the league that the Stars are seeking more secondary scoring from the likes of Alex Goligoski even while the top line puts on a show every night.
Evan Berofsky tackles a five-pack of NHL squads, including a Kings team that's recovered from a rough start on the strength of Tyler Toffoli's star turn.
Evan Berofsky checks in with some NHL teams that can't decide whether they're good or bad yet, including a healthy Pascal Dupuis looking like part of the solution in Pittsburgh.
Evan Berofsky helps you plan your fantasy team's future with a review of struggling players as well as success stories, like Washington's Matt Niskanen.
Evan Berofsky looks at how the Habs are making it work behind players like David Desharnais, as there's more to their success than netminder Carey Price.
Evan Berofsky really likes Roberto Luongo (shown in less happy times with the Canucks) this season.
It's report card time. Evan Berofsky grades each team's offseason moves, and the Red Wings get high marks for their signing of Mike Green from Washington.
RotoWire's Evan Berofsky previews the Stanley Cup Final and makes his pick for the Conn Smythe Trophy.
Evan Berofsky sheds some light on the conference finals and can't imagine where the Rangers would be without Henrik Lundqvist.
Evan Berofsky sizes up the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs as an awakened Patrick Sharp leads the Blackhawks against the Wild.
Evan Berofsky sizes up the Stanley Cup playoffs and finds a winner in St. Louis and David Backes, who leads his playoff-pool rankings.
Evan Berofsky looks at surprises from this season who are destined to fail next season, including Patrick Marleau, who likely is done as a Shark.
Evan Berofsky looks for struggling players who might rebound next season, including Columbus' Boone Jenner.