Sean Allen overhauls his forward rankings now that he has an idea of how each team's lines are set up, and he explains several of his changes.
Sean Allen has his updated Top 100 forward rankings with the end of the lockout, and there are a number of changes, based on injuries, play elsewhere during the lockout, and other factors.
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. 20, looking at players succeeding at the power play in recent weeks.
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.
Sean Allen sets the fantasy tables for the week of Feb. 6, and tosses out several productive players who can had on the cheap, such as Wayne Simmonds and Clarke MacArthur.
Sean Allen looks ahead to the week of Jan. 16 and updates some fantasy-relevant injuries in the process.
Sean Allen has his latest forward rankings, and looks at which Penguins could step up thanks to an array of injuries.
Sean Allen on Sidney Crosby's injury and other ailing players looking ahead to the week of Dec. 12.
Sean Allen previews Week 11 of the fantasy hockey season, highlighting useful backup goalies like the Red Wings' Jimmy Howard.
There's hope yet for the reeling Carolina Hurricanes, says Sean Allen. Their slow start and the expected return of Evgeni Malkin are the topics of Week 7 of the NHL season.
Sean Allen discusses whether it's worth holding on to a player like Johan Franzen, who will miss the next few months with an injury.