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NHL DFS Plays: August 19th

Wednesday, August 19, 2020

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Line Stacks Colorado 1 — Landeskog ($6,400) – MacKinnon ($8,500) – Rantanen ($7,200) The Avalanche are coming off of a dominating performance in Game 4, particularly by COL1. They had an absurd 81.3 CorsiFor% and out-chanced their opposition 9-to-1 at 5v5. As I said at the beginning of the series, the Coyotes couldn’t slow down…

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NHL DFS Plays: August 17th

Monday, August 17, 2020

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Line Stacks Colorado 1 — Landeskog ($5,800) – MacKinnon ($8,500) – Rantanen ($7,100) The Avalanche have dominated at 5v5 through the first three games of this series, outshooting the Coyotes 102-to-53. Colorado has put their top-3 players together on the top-line and they absolutely dominated Game 3, posting an 83.3 CorsiFor% and 70.6 ScoringChancesFor%. COL1…

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NHL DFS Value Plays: August 15th

Saturday, August 15, 2020

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Centres J.T. Compher — COL ($3,900) Compher has enjoyed a strong start to the series, picking up one goal and one assist in the first two games. He’s currently on a three-game point streak, posting two goals, two assists, eight shots and three blocked shots for an average of 14.3 DraftKings Points/gm (DKPG). Tyson Jost…

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NHL DFS Plays: August 12th

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

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Line Stacks Colorado 1 — Namestnikov ($3,800) – MacKinnon ($8,500) – Rantanen ($7,400) During the Qualifying Round, Nashville’s top-line ran all over the Coyotes. They averaged over 40 ScoringChancesFor/60 and had a SCF% over 70 for the series. While a trio of Filip Forsberg, Ryan Johansen and Viktor Arvidsson is great, what they don’t have…

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NHL DFS Plays: August 11th

Tuesday, August 11, 2020

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Line Stacks: Vegas 1 — Pacioretty ($7,200) – Karlsson ($5,500) – Stone ($6,700) The Golden Knights draw the best Round 1 matchup following the Blackhawks upset of the Oilers. Of the 16 teams remaining in the NHL Playoffs, Chicago has the worst 5v5 Expected Goals Against/60, giving up the most Scoring Chances Against/60 and High-Danger…

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NHL DFS Plays: August 8th (Day 8)

Saturday, August 8, 2020

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Golden Knights @ Avalanche [3:00 PM ET] Colorado and Vegas were second and third in the Western Conference during the regular season but will play for the No.1 overall seed in this game. The Avalanche looked scary good in their second round-robin game vs. Dallas and now they get a Vegas team that they obliterated…

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NHL DFS Plays: August 6th (Day 6)

Thursday, August 6, 2020

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Line Stacks Toronto 1: Hyman ($5,000) – Matthews ($8,400) – Marner ($6,900) After being shutout in Game 1, the Maple Leafs reunited Matthews and Marner in Game 2 and they dominated Columbus. They posted an impressive 75.0 CorsiFor% and producing a team-high nine scoring chances at 5v5. They’re obviously going to stick with this lineup…

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NHL DFS Plays: August 5th (Day 5)

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

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I’m going to do things a little bit differently for Day 5. Instead of listing my favourite lines to target, I’m going to give a brief breakdown of each game and what to expect. I will outline some of my favourite line stacks and plays throughout, given my expectation for the matchup. Coyotes vs. Predators…

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NHL DFS Plays: August 4th (Day 4)

Tuesday, August 4, 2020

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Line Stacks Columbus 1 —Texier ($2,800) – Dubois ($5,300) – Bjorkstrand ($6,400) The Blue Jackets did a terrific job limiting the Maple Leafs in Game 1 but CBJ1 was very noticeable at even-strength. They finished the game with a team-high seven scoring chances and posted a strong 58.62 CorsiFor% while playing primarily against the Auston…

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NHL DFS Plays: August 3rd (Day 3)

Monday, August 3, 2020

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Line Stacks Pittsburgh 2 Jason Zucker ($4,600) – Evgeni Malkin ($6,500) – Bryan Rust ($6,200) The Penguins may have lost Game 1 but it wasn’t because of a lack of effort. They fired 41 shots on Carey Price but couldn’t solve the veteran netminder in the third period or overtime. As expected, the Philip Danault…

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