Tim Arnold, the Fantasy Puck Dude, wants to say “I told you so” about Steven Stamkos. If you didn’t draft Stamkos, you can still take some of his good advice from this week’s The Week Ahead.
Our hockey lives get back to normal this week, as NHL teams are back in action this week. Tim Arnold brings up some points to remember if you have been away from your fantasy roster for awhile.
The Canucks continue on their epic road trip that surrounds the Olympics this week with four more games away from GM Place. Tim Arnold previews the Week Ahead and provides you with some players to watch during the last week before the Olympics.
The Hurricanes will likely be sellers at the trade deadline, even though they have been playing much better hockey lately. Find out if that recent success will continue based on their schedule next week in The Week Ahead, by Tim Arnold.
The Ottawa Senators have won six games in a row, but does that mean that they will have a strong week next week? Tim Arnold has the answer to that question and more in his forecast of The Week Ahead.
Jarome Iginla might be worth benching this week, as he has not recorded a point in six games and the Flames play just two games this week. Tim Arnold suggests who to start and who to sit in the coming week based on schedules and recent play.
Evgeni Malkin has played well this season, but his owners need him to step up and play like the top-three pick they drafted. Tim Arnold tells us if he thinks Malkin and the Pens can break out of their mini-slump based on next week’s schedule.
As Rick Nash struggles, so do the Blue Jackets. But with four games next week, are your Blue Jackets on your fantasy team worth starting? Tim Arnold has the answer in the latest Week Ahead.