Victoria Matiash explores how changes in line combinations offers benefit to certain players, like Rich Peverley and Braydon Schenn.
Sean Allen looks at players returning from injury and lays out the strongest and weakest schedules for teams in Week 8 of the NHL season.
Sean Allen assesses several forwards who have disappointed so far this season with poor play or injuries, and provides advice regarding whether to keep or cut them. Also, an updated top 100 forwards ranking.
Victoria Matiash updates her defenseman rankings and outlines some of the top replacements for D-men who've recently gone down with injuries.
Tim Kavanagh looks ahead to the week of April 2 and discusses who are and aren't good bets for the final week of the season.
Sean Allen looks ahead to the week of March 26 and discusses dropping veteran players who aren't producing.
Sean Allen looks ahead to the week of March 19 and discusses the return of Sidney Crosby to the Penguins lineup.
Sean Allen looks ahead to the week of March 12 and discusses who can help your team in particular categories.
Sean Allen looks ahead to the week of March 5 and notes some of the early returns from trade deadline deals.
Sean Allen looks at the impact of the Jeff Carter trade to the Los Angeles Kings and the overall fantasy schedule for the week of Feb. 27
Sean Allen sets the fantasy tables for the week of Feb. 13 with an eye to the upcoming NHL trade deadline and how to prepare to reap the fantasy benefits.
Tim Kavanagh has his latest goaltender rankings and tips on how to replace Jimmy Howard in fantasy lineups.
Sean Allen looks ahead to the week of Jan. 16 and updates some fantasy-relevant injuries in the process.
Victoria Matiash on head injuries affecting Shea Weber and John-Michael Liles, plus news, notes and updated rankings for fantasy hockey defensemen.
Sean Allen breaks down the impact of the James Neal, Tomas Kaberle (for the Maple Leafs left behind) and Chris Stewart deals in his weekly wrapup up everything fantasy hockey forwards.
The Washington Capitals' blue line is now deeper than Mike Greene, as John Carlson gives the team another offensive defenseman to deploy.