Janet Eagleson gets us prepared for the next wave of analytics, but her focus here is on who can help you now.
Janet Eagleson promotes WJC prospects on semifinal day while taking her usual look at some underappreciated fantasy performers.
Janet Eagleson is keeping her fantasy hockey teams competitive through trades, but she's also got suggestions for a few widely-available players.
There's no simple situation to fixing a sudden fantasy slump, but Janet Eagleson offers a few players who can help.
What does your team need? Janet Eagleson explores those possibilities while picking a few fantasy-ready gifts.
Janet Eagleson advises us to dig deeper when making fantasy decisions - you just might find the right player.
Did you know the Oilers' D is really solid? Janet Eagleson will tell you about that and also go through a few of her recommendations.
As in life, you must adapt in fantasy. Read what Janet Eagleson has to say about that in addition to her picks of the week.
It's cold in many places around North America, but Janet Eagleson has a few hot player tips to get you moving in the right direction.
Janet Eagleson provides an update of her preseason predictions and takes a look at a few underowned players - including a veteran who may not be finished contributing.
Janet Eagleson weighs in on the latest in the Dustin Byfuglien saga while approving a few more names for fantasy purposes.
Janet Eagleson recaps the early action and separates the hockey reality from the hockey fantasy, while also offering up a new handful of recruits.
Janet Eagleson means what she expresses in the subject header, while also warning about other thirty-somethings.
Janet Eagleson urges you to stay active in fantasy right from the start while offering up a nine-pack of available performers.
Janet Eagleson puts her early money where her mouth is to forecast major hockey events this season, while slipping in a few underowned NHLers for good measure.
Janet Eagleson is excited about hockey and even more so about the fantasy side as she lists a few of her top lower-owned players.
Don't judge players by their reputation, as they could win you a title. Janet Eagleson concludes her column for the season with some of her observations and a few last-minute fantasy recommendations.
Janet Eagleson provides some late-season recruits who can help for that final push, including a few former achievers who have started score again.
Janet Eagleson lists a few player picks based on category needs during the final few weeks, while giving advice to Thomas Chabot owners in non-carryover leagues.
Janet Eagleson warns about big names possibly being rested down the stretch and sheds light on a couple surging Ducks, including Jakob Silfverberg.
Switch up your fantasy style. Try different things to see what works. Janet Eagleson gives this advice while highlighting her latest batch of pickup candidates.
Regardless of your league placement, stay active until the end. That's the message Janet Eagleson has for you, while also providing her weekly player picks.
Janet Eagleson analyzes Friday's Flyers-Oilers goalie swap while providing her latest player picks.
Janet Eagleson ponders her role in a trade of Devan Dubnyk that was challenged in her hockey league. Did she blow it? Did she get taken in the deal?
NHL GMs face difficult decisions, but fantasy owners also don't have it easy. Let Janet Eagleson guide you in the right direction.
Janet Eagleson discusses the mess that is the Edmonton Oilers while providing a few pickup recommendations.
Janet Eagleson is back at it, and so is Calgary's Mikael Backlund. Just watch out for the black ice.
In addition to recommending a few short-term performers, Janet Eagleson presents her halfway selections for end-of-season awards - including a surprising nominee for top rookie.
Janet Eagleson reveals her MVP prediction - which may or may not upset Toronto supporters - while also touting a hot goal-scoring Pittsburgh forward.
In addition to Janet Eagleson's admission of robbery, she professes her admiration for a few players - including Tampa's Anthony Cirelli.