Dan Waldner's best bet to light the lamp this week is Columbus' Boone Jenner, who faces a great schedule down the stretch.
Dan Waldner offers waiver-wire options, like Toronto's Nazem Kadri, at categories owners can target down the stretch to provide the winning edge.
Dan Waldner looks at players who can help in the fantasy playoffs with specific stat categories, including Anaheim's Cam Fowler, who is strong on the power play.
Dan Waldner goes with the 'cheat sheet' approach for this week's waiver recommendations, just in time for the fantasy playoffs with players like Nashville center Mike Ribeiro.
Dan Waldner offers some waiver-wire picks for the stretch run, including Cam Fowler, who has helped the Ducks turn around their season and become the hottest team in the league.
Dan Waldner looks at who will take over the scoring role in Winnipeg now that Andrew Ladd has been dealt to the Blackhawks.
As the fantasy playoffs near, Dan Waldner finds some players on the waiver wire who can help push teams into the postseason, including Arizona's Martin Hanzal.
Dan Waldner scours the waiver wire for some winners as the trade deadline looms, including Winnipeg's Nikolaj Ehlers, who is heating up.
Dan Waldner isn't sure why Calgary's Sean Monahan is available in some leagues, but he is and he's a must-add off the waiver wire.
Dan Waldner offers some pickups for the second half, including Aleksander Barkov, who is the crown jewel of the Florida offense.
Dan Waldner finds some gems on the waiver wire, like New Jersey center Travis Zajac, who had a breakout game last week after a season-long slump.
Dan Waldner highlights players on the waiver wire, including Calgary's Sam Bennett, who has all the makings for an elite sniper.
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.
Dan Waldner looks at defensemen on the waiver wire, including Nashville's Ryan Ellis, who could give fantasy teams a lift.
Dan Waldner looks at goaltenders likely available on the waiver wire who can help fantasy teams, like Edmonton's Anders Nilsson.
Dan Waldner profiles free-agent players who are riding hot streaks, like Philadelphia defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere, who has 11 points in 16 games.
Mike Waldner's venture into the waiver wire this week focuses on gritty players like Detroit's Justin Abdelkader, who has elevated his physical play this season.
Dan Waldner looks at players who aren't getting enough respect from fantasy owners and should be more widely owned, like Buffalo defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen.
Dan Waldner analyzes one-dimensional players who can be used in the short-term for one key victory, like Toronto center Nazem Kadri.
Dan Waldner explains to fantasy owners what to do with this season's worst performers, like Pittsburgh's slumping Sidney Crosby.
Dan Waldner looks at players on the waiver wire, like Boston's Ryan Spooner, who will contribute power-play points.
Rookies aren't just for keeper leagues. Dan Waldner looks at young players like Winnipeg's Nikolaj Ehlers, who can help fantasy owners now.
Dan Waldner used advanced stats to finds some waiver-wire gems this week, including Buffalo's Matt Moulson.
Dan Waldner looks at the best team in the league, Montreal, and the worst team in the league, Columbus, and tells fantasy owners how to capitalize, liking picking up Brendan Gallagher.
Dan Waldner looks at five surprises out of the gate, including a struggling Penguins squad that might offer some discounts to fantasy owners on a couple of underperforming players like Kris Letang.
Dan Waldner explores how fantasy owners can capitalize on good players on bad teams, like Toronto center Nazem Kadri.
Dan Waldner is not optimistic the Sedin twins can reprise the huge surger they saw last year with the Canucks.
Dan Waldner looks at some key moves NHL developments, like the Penguins going all-in on offense for Sidney Crosby, as he waits for the new season to finally get started.
Dan Waldner and Mike Wilson preview the conference finals where Anaheim's white-hot Ryan Getzlaf line looks like it can't be stopped.
Dan Waldner and Mike Wilson preview the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, but are they still riding Devan Dubnyk and the Wild?