After some hockey Canadian Thanksgiving yesterday day, I am back to tackle tonights strong slate that is NHL.
If we could knock some profits out early on the 14, lets see!
C — Auston Matthews (TOR) — $8,800 vs. MIN
Definitely the priciest center on the background, the Maple Leafs along with Matthews have a nice matchup tonight at home against the Minnesota Wild. The Wild finally shaped up on the end using a shutout of the Ottawa Senators yesterday afternoon, but that is. Matthews has been held off the scoresheet in that one, but still stays together with six goals in as many games over the season to cooperate with all 29 shots on goal — good to get a whopping 4.8 shots per game. I expected this would be the time when Matthews unleashes his DFS possible — meaning firing a slew of shots on goal and easily exceeding. Doing this should allow 50 goals this season and get close to, or even more than, him to get back on the 40-goal markers. The Leafs have played only two road games this season, also Matthews has gone target in these two games. That means hes notched five goals and six points from four home games this year. Following a pointless night in Detroit, Ill search for Matthews for around the board tonight against a Wild team which has enabled 4.20 goals per game this season even following yesterdays shutout.
C — Elias Pettersson (VAN) — $6,500 vs. DET
The Canucks offense is averaging a strong few goals per game in the early going, however, it has not just been the big boys getting the task done as Pettersson goes tonights contest against the Red Wings with only 1 goal and 2 points on the year across four games. Obviously, youre not going to maintain the Hindi pivot away the scoresheet this considerably for more after he tallied 66 points in just 71 matches en route to claiming Rookie of the Year honors last season. Hes not likely to stand up a ton of shots on goal as he handled just 144 shots and has only six games this year. However, the Red Wings rank 26th with 33.8 shots against per game this season, so maybe his upside down is a little increased tonight at that section. Shots on target aside, I anticipate a multi-point effort from Pettersson tonight thinking of that the Red Wings shaky back end. Detroit has allowed 3.20 goals against per game this season, not a terrible number thinking of the October purpose spike, however theyre getting worked from the possession match to the tune of a 45.4% Corsi For%, good for 29th in the NHL. I think that the Canucks top line rack up lots of fantasy things while doing this and must dominate the drama tonight.
W — William Nylander (TOR) — $6,000 vs. MIN
Next man up in our Maple Leafs heap is Nylander whod a five-game point streak snapped on Saturday in Detroit, but he has likely been the Maple Leafs second-best player this season behind Matthews. A contract stalemate that continued until the first of December price Nylander the initial two weeks of the season and his creation cratered to only 27 points in 54 games last season. Typically, a 0.50 point-per-game markers is a good number for the NHL winger, nevertheless Nylander submitted 0.75 points-per-game with two 60-plus stage seasons in his first two full seasons in the NHL and is capable of raising that mark. During six games, Nylander has notched two goals and five points to go along with 14 shots on goal. Nylander, like his linemates, continues to be an absolute monster in the ownership game this year because he possesses a large 64.6percent Corsi Forpercent at even strength on the campaign. Even when he was apparently at his worst final season, he posted a big-time 56.8% Corsi For% at even strength. Hes not hockey on the top power play unit with Matthews, but he and Tyson Barrieve made exactly the Maple Leafs nearly equally-used next power play unit very dangerous this season too. Add this up and that I need him in my lineup tonight alongside Matthews.
W — Andreas Johnsson (TOR) — $4,500 vs. MIN
Completing our three-man Maple Leafs heap tonight is Johnsson wholl skate next to Matthews and Nylander around the Maple Leafs line while hammering Matthews about the Maple Leafs best power play unit also. Like last year, Johnsson came out of the gate slow from a points standpoint as he was held off the scoresheet for its first three games of the season before logging a goal and an assist last week. He was geld pointless in the win over the Red Wings on Saturday, nevertheless he did shoot six shots on target in that one. Johnsson is averaging 16:47 of ice time this season so far, an increase of over three minutes in the 13:40 he dropped a season ago. Skating on the top line using a Matthews can do this for you. Expect his scoring to last. Last season in mostly a third-line role, Johnsson was excellent as the season moved forward, posting 35 points on his final 52 games of this season, great to get a 0.67 points-per-game pace, great production for a third-line player that averages less than 14 minutes of ice time a game and also saw almost exclusive second unit play moments. Against what has mainly been a struggling Wild defense, let us move ahead and pull some value from Johnsson tonight.
W — Brock Boeser (VAN) — $7,000 vs. DET
Next man up in our three-man Canucks heap is Boeser who is a guy who is going to get some huge numbers when its all said and done this year. He is off to a nice start as hes notched a goal and two assists through four games on the year to go along with his 12 shots on goal too. Boeser has been a guy who has posted a high shooting percentage to this point in his NHL career as he has shot at 14.1% throughout the first 144 games of his career, but also contains an 8.3% mark this year — a number thats sure to increase as the sample size continues to grow. The 22-year-old will skate using Pettersson at both even strength and on the Canucks best power play unit at which hes scored 16 goals over the past two seasons. Boeser has to skate in a fully-healthy NHL period as he has missed 33 games over the first two seasons of his career, but he has nevertheless approached the 30-goal mark times. Whether this man can stay healthy, he is surely a player that could struggle for 40 aims, especially playing along with an elite play-making centre in Pettersson. This is truly a helpless Red Wings defense and also this Canucks lineup has the firepower to be over those tonight.
W — Oskar Lindblom (PHI) — $4,800 vs. CGY
The Flyers and Flames get together tonight at a rare tilt from Calgary and I feel that the street team could do any damage in this one tonight. To begin with, the Flyers rank second in the NHL right now with a 55 percent Corsi Forpercent for a group, however they have played just 3 matches up to now. I taking a look at the Flames crazy inconsistency on defense and in goal. Theyve let 3.33 goals each match up to now, again not a terrible number considering all the crime were seeing so much better. However, the Flames have still received just an .896 Sv% from their goaltending for this stage, even though we will almost surely see No.1 David Rittich in goal tonight. Still, Rittich has been coming off a six-goal thumping at the hands of this Vegas Golden Knights after allowing four goals in his most recent start in home — a 4-3 overtime loss to the L.A. Kings. Enter Lindblom who is off to a fine start this season with 2 goals, an assist and 10 shots on target through 3 matches. Despite James van Riemsdyk on the left side also, Lindblom has preserved his place as the teams second line winger and can be skating along with Sean Couturier. The end result is 17:34 of ice period through two matches, a large growth from his 13:45 mark from last season. Hes also on the second power play unit where he is notched both his intentions this season, so lets look for Lindblom to remain hot in this 1 tonight.
D — Quinn Hughes (VAN) — $4,300 vs. DET
If you are going with a money lineup youre probably better off with Alexander Edler to complete this pile, however in an offensive perspective Hughes is your exceptional defenseman and against this particular Red Wings group that is becoming dominated in the ownership game, I want the defenseman with the nose for the net instead of one in Edler who makes a significant chunk of his own DFS living from blocking shots. The first complete period of Hughes NHL career is off to a great start as he has notched a goal and 2 assists to go with seven shots along with a block across a healthful 20:08 of ice time per game. Hughes will not see much time together with Pettersson and Boeser around the Canucks top power play unit, but his lone goal this year came on the next power play device, so Im fine with exposure to both teams for this one tonight. It is not just this year that is off to a great start, however, Hughes had three factors in his five-game cameo in the end of the season with Vancouver this past year, meaning hes got just one goal and six points in the first nine matches of his NHL career — an outstanding complete for this point. I am enjoying the cost about the recently-turned 20-year-old, so let us see if he can indeed deliver the value advertised in this 1 tonight.
D — Ivan Provorov (PHI) — $4,700 vs. CGY
Completing our Flyers mini-stack is Provorov who appears set to bounce back in what can be regarded as a down year in 2018-19. At only 22 years old, this is Provorovs fourth full season in the NHL and he hasnt missed a single game during the first three. As a rookie, he notched 30 points. As a sophomore, he scored a whopping 17 goals and notched 41 points. However, last season, he fell to only seven goals and 26 points while his shots on target fell from 203 from 2017-18 to only 145 final season. But if the first return here in 2019-20 are any sign, we can probably expect a huge year from Provorov once again that time around. Through three games hes notched a goal and two assists to go with two shots on target and and a set of blocks as well, re-claiming the outstanding cross-category upside he put on display before last year. Shayne Gostisbehere continues to get top-unit power play moments, but Provorov creates a second-unit electricity play mini-stack with Lindblom at which he has two of the three things on the season. He is also skating 23:38 on this season — over five extra minutes over Gostisbeheres 18:18 mark. Provorov has been the far superior player from many standpoints this season and I think he and Lindblom will team of to make some value tonight.
G — Connor Hellebuyck (WPG) — $7,900 vs. ARI
The Jets and Coyotes get together from Bell MTS Place at Winnipeg tonight, and this one has a Jets win written all over it. The Coyotes have been great defensively with just 1.75 goals against per game thus far, however, the Jets offense was great and are completely dynamite at home, so Hellebuyck ought to find some aim support in such a one. Also, Niklas Hjalmarsson — one of the best defensive defensemen in the NHL — is out for 3 weeks after hammering his fibula, bettering the Jets opportunity to provide target support for Hellebuyck. Also helping is the fact that the Coyotes have averaged just 1.75 goals per game themselves and so are once again among the worst crimes in the NHL in the early going. Input Hellebuyck who has bounced back in a major way from getting touched on opening night against the Rangers. Since that moment, Hellebuyck has rattled off three straight wins and possesses a .953 sv. After Hellebuyck conquer the Blackhawks on 22, the has been with copy Laurent Brossoit in goal. He is on a job, he is confronting a weak crime where his chances for target service are high with all the Jets recorded to win one on the 40, and hes playing at house. Ill take this value daily.
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