It’s possible that Jimmy Howard could play four games next week, as the Wings play that many games with no back-to-backs. As he does each week, Garrett Rees dissects the upcoming schedule to give you that advantage in your fantasy league.
The Pittsburgh Penguins may continue to be without Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin into next week, meaning that secondary options like Chris Kunitz and Jordan Staal will need to carry the load into the All-Star break. Garrett Rees provides the schedule breakdown of a fantasy week that actually consists of two weeks – find out why.
The Phoenix Coyotes have won four games in a row, and the schedule looks promising again for them this week. Garrett Rees has changed up the format of “Looking Ahead” for more in-depth team analysis on some of the league’s hotter and colder teams.
Jamie Langenbrunner is probably pumped to be back in Dallas, but the fans of his new team won’t get to see a lot of him next week. Fantasyhockey.com’s resident Stars fan Garrett Rees provides his take on the Langenbrunner trade and the week’s events, along with his usual preview of the coming week’s schedule.
The second half of the season is upon us, and you can start the new year off right by being prepared for the coming week. Garrett Rees has the latest in injuries, waiver-wire pickups, and next week’s schedule in his weekly article “Looking Ahead.”
The Red Wings will have to make do without Pavel Datsyuk for the next few weeks, but at least they have the benefit of a strong schedule next week. Now that Garrett Rees has finished his Christmas dinner, he provides you with his weekly preview of the coming week.
Due to the upcoming two-day Christmas break, the Rangers and Flyers play just once next week. Garrett Rees tells you what you need to know to plan for the upcoming week, along with recapping the major happenings of the week.
Sidney Crosby has blown past Steven Stamkos as the NHL’s best player this season. But will the schedule work in favor of him and the red-hot Penguins? Garrett Rees provides the help that you need to set your roster for the upcoming week.
The St. Louis Blues have lost four games in a row, and to make matters worse, their schedule next week won’t do them any favors. Garrett Rees recaps the last seven days of action and previews the upcoming week.
So what’s the cure for the struggling Henrik Lundqvist? How about one (or perhaps two) games against the lowly Islanders? Garrett Rees plans out the upcoming week for you, as he normally does every Friday.