More than ever, people are using auction drafts to assemble fantasy hockey rosters. Brady Trettenero explains how you can be a successful bidder on pucks.
Brady Trettenero matches Corey Perry's jersey number with 10 basic tips for playing fantasy hockey.
RotoWire's Brady Trettenero reveals how you can be successful in fantasy hockey by scoring big on draft day.
Superstar Patrick Kane, coming off a 106-point campaign, tops RotoWire's initial list of the top 100 fantasy hockey players heading into the new season.
The Penguins face a must-win situation Saturday against Buffalo, while the red-hot Kyle Turris looks to help the Senators get into the postseason on the final day of the regular season.
Sam Bennett is set to make his NHL debut for the Flames, while Jonathan Toews is delivering in the clutch for the Blackhawks.
Henrik Lundqvist appears to be making his return to the crease Saturday against the Bruins, while the red-hot Jordan Eberle is piling on the points for the Oilers.
A young and exciting Ottawa Senators team is terrorizing the NHL, while Jordan Eberle is piling up points for the Oilers. Meanwhile in Nashville, reduced minutes for Cody Franson is leading to reduced production.
Joe Thornton voices his frustration in San Jose, while Ryan Spooner is steadily producing as the Bruins' new second-line center.
Sens' Andrew Hammonds remains hot Friday, while second-line center Brandon Dubinsky is lighting up the lamp for Columbus.
Kimmo Timonen gets a shot at the Stanley Cup with a trade to the Chicago Blackhawks, while Kyle Turris is helping the Ottawa Senators inch towards a playoff spot.
The San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings head outdoors, while Mark Stone is emerging as a fantasy threat in Ottawa.
36-year-old Marian Hossa is leading the way in Chicago, while 24-year-old Roman Josi is putting together a spectacular campaign in Nashville.
The Toronto Maple Leafs set a franchise record with 11 straight losses, while Mike Fisher is thriving with a new-look Predators team in Nashville.
The Buffalo Sabres fail to win a game in January, while Michael Del Zotto is rediscovering his touch on the Flyers' blueline.
Taking a look at which players are excelling in advanced fantasy categories, plus Seth Jones delivering offense for NHL-Leading Predators.
Roberto Luongo is putting together a Vezina-calibre season in Florida, while Alexander Steen is delivering for the surging Blues.
David Perron's fantasy value skyrockets after a trade to Pittsburgh, while Colin Wilson is getting it done in Nashville.
With the NHL season almost halfway complete, we take a look at where teams stand now, compared to where they stood at this point last season. The Islanders are vastly improved, while the Avalanche continue to fall.
Mark Giordano is having a season for the ages in Calgary, while Kyle Turris is hitting his stride with Ottawa.
Penguins' forward Sidney Crosby is sidelined with a possible case of the mumps, while John Carlson is on pace for a career season in Washington.
The red-hot Chicago Blackhawks have won five straight games, outscoring their opponents 19-8 in that span. Patrick Kane is as lethal as ever, while Kris Versteeg is becoming a top scoring threat. And what about 20-year-old Brandon Saad?
Tyler Ennis' goal of the year candidate prompts us to look back at the best goals we have seen this season. In addition, why Jiri Hudler is red-hot and needs to be on your fantasy team.
Brayden Schenn is finally living up to his potential, while a trade between Dallas and San Jose has some noteworthy fantasy implications.
A look at the top even-strength and power-play point producers thus far, and what it means for your fantasy team.
With a month of the 2014-15 NHL season now in the books, it’s time to take an early look at how some key trades made in the offseason are shaping up for the respective teams involved – from a fantasy perspective.
Jakub Voracek continues his dominance, while Bruins' Brad Marchand and Avs' Nathan MacKinnon snap scoring droughts on a busy Thursday in the NHL.
Jonathan Drouin has arrived in Tampa Bay, and he hasn't disappointed.
The Edmonton Oilers are off to their worst start in franchise history. What has gone wrong for such an offensively talented team?
RotoWire's Brady Trettenero takes stock of the early imports succeeding in their new locales, with new Anaheim center Ryan Kesler among the group.