Hot Pucking Stacks 3/2/22 NHL DFS
Hot Pucking Stacks 3/2/22 NHL DFS
Hot Pucking Stacks
Chris Robin https://twitter.com/DetroitBeastie
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Tonight’s National Hockey League schedule is juicy, to say the least. The first puck drop is at 7:30p in New York and Toronto. Followed by Dallas at 8:30p EST and ending in Seattle at 10p EST. With only four total hockey games tonight it can really get the strategic thinking rolling!
My first impression tonight must be about the Toronto Maple Leaf’s hosting the Buffalo Sabers. Toronto’s first line with Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner, and Michael Bunting may score 6-7 goals. So, the sneaky under-the-radar move to stack all of TOR is no longer a secret advantage. However, let’s take a closer look at the rest!
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NEW YORK RANGERS L2 vs. St. Louis Blues 7:30p EST
Ryan Strome L2 & PP1(FD-$5,600)(DK-$4,100)
Artemi Panarin L2 & PP1(FD-$7,700)(DK-$6,000)
Dryden Hunt L2(FD-$3,500)(DK-$2,500)
The New York Rangers are hoping to snap a two-game losing streak tonight as they host The St. Louis Blues. The Ranger’s overall record, right now, is good enough for third in the Metropolitan Division are they boast a 33-15-5 record with 71 points.
Ranger winger Chris Kreider is leading the team in goals with 34, while newly minted stud defenseman Adam Fox is leading the team in assists with 43. What I am really after tonight in this one is second-line winger Artemi Panarin as he is leading the team in total points with 56. The Rangers are scoring, on average, about 2.95 goals per game while limiting opposing teams to around 2.50 goals per game.
As you can see in my New York Rangers stack, aside from the second line, we get two skaters on the first power-play unit. Upon further inspection, New York’s power play is scoring around 25.5% of the time which is third-best in the NHL.
The Rangers have won 9 of their last 12 games on home ice. New York does well at home tonight.
Final score NYR 4-3!
ONE-OFF ALERT! Chris Kreider NYR v STL L1 & PP1(FD-$
Chris has racked up 34 total goals this season with 17 coming on the power play! Stack him with this second like and grab three of the four skaters on the PP1 or just use Kreider alone. I feel another power-play goal in his future tonight!
DALLAS STARS L1 vs. Los Angeles Kings 8:30p EST
Roope Hintz L1 & PP1(FD-$6,900)(DK-$6,800)
Jason Robertson L1 & PP1(FD-$8,300)(DK-$6,700)
Joe Pavelski L1 & PP1(FD-$7,900)(DK-$6,900)
Oh boy. The LA Kings are limping into Dallas after being blown out 7-0, at home, against the Bruins on Monday night. The Kings have averaged around 2.90 goals per game, but the defense for LA is allowing 2.80 goals per game.
So far this season the Dallas Stars are scoring around 2.90 goals per game on an average of 30.5 shots a game. The Stars’ power play is converting about 23.5% of the time which is good enough for 9th overall this season. The Stars defense is giving up dang near 2.90 goals per game. Which, oddly enough, is identical to how many goals they score a game.
Given the fact their goals for and goals against are identical, I have a feeling this game will be settled in overtime and/or in a shootout! Should be a good one! If you’re a superstitious person or a lotto player then please play the three-digit and box it too, 2-9-0!
Dallas gets it done at, in overtime, final score 3-2!
NASHVILLE PREDATORS L1 at Seattle Kraken 10p EST
Mikael Granlund L1 & PP1(FD-$4,900)(DK-$3,500)
Matt Duchene L1 & PP1(FD-$7,000)(DK-$4,900)
Filip Forsberg L1 & PP1(FD-$8,400)(DK-$6,100)
The Nashville Predators are scoring, on average, about 3.05 goals per game. Their defense has been giving up about 2.80 goals per game. When looking through my favorite stacks for tonight it quickly became clear I wanted in on the Predator’s first power-play unit as they cash in around 24% of the time good for 8th overall in the league. So, with NSH1 we get all the first-line ice time AND their PP1 ice time! I love to double-dip!
The Kraken offense has been lackluster this year seeing how they are only scoring 2.50 goals a game. Defensively, Seattle is allowing about 3.60 goals per game. I am no mathematician or an NHL general manager, but the goal differential might be a problem.
The Kraken are 0-7 in their last seven games. They are also allowing dang n near four goals a game. Nashville is the road team tonight but that does not matter. The Pred may hang a five-spot in Seattle tonight.
ONE-OFF ALERT! Roman Josi NSH @ SEA L1 & PP1(FD-$
I won’t waste your time here. Roman Josi is an absolute stud who has no issue defending the blueline and jumping into the play on offense. Aside from Matt Duchene, Roman leads the team in power-play goals with 7. Looking for number 8 here tonight. Count on it!
Nashville wins no problem 5-2!
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There you have it! Good luck with your hockey adventures today!
That is, it! Did I miss someone? Any questions or comments?
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