Sean Allen forecasts the week of Oct. 21-27 for fantasy hockey players, including key waiver wire recommendations for different sizes of fantasy league.
Sean Allen has some basic tips and strategy to succeed in the Hockey Challenge game.
Sean Allen assesses the fantasy fallout of the recent trades that shuffled goaltenders in and out of time-shares, power-play defensemen moving into new situations and a handful of role-playing forwards who could land top-six roles.
Sean Allen has his latest forward rankings, plus highlights three players owned in about 1 percent of leagues who could produce big numbers down thes stretch.
Sean Allen takes stock of the best, most surprising and most disappointing forwards of the first half of the season.
Sean Allen comments on the coming week's schedule and looks at the impact of Jacques Lemaire returning as Devils coach.
Sean Allen comments on the coming week's schedule, which has some teams scheduled to play a single game while others will play four.
Sean Allen likes what he sees with the Buffalo Sabres this month and sees opportunity for the team to keep rolling in this week's edition of the Forecaster.
Sean Allen sees an opportunity for new Colorado Avalanche forward Tomas Fleischmann to establish himself as a top-liner.
Sean Allen sees a limited window of opportunity left for Patrice Bergeron before the Bruins get back to full strength and relegate him to third-line duties.
Sean Allen examines the long-term outlook for the New York Islanders under new coach Jack Capuano, and the short-term outlook of the NHL schedule for week of Nov. 22.
Sean Allen digs through the bargain bin for potential gems, then heads to the penthouse to declare this a favorable week for the league's top offenses.
Sean Allen sees a big week ahead for goaltending jobs up for grabs in Pittsburgh, Nashville, Philadelphia and Columbus.
Sean Allen tweaks the fantasy forecaster formula for determining the best matchups of the week, but either way, the Chicago Blackhawks are tops on offense and defense.
Four of the new players on Sean Allen's top 100 forwards are young, talented, formerly-hyped prospects who are finally making good on their star potential.