FanDuel NHL DFS Picks – October 9th
Despite a strong start to the night, the FanDuel NHL DFS Picks of last night dropped short of the cash lineup.
I mean, we received solid contributions across the board. The Penguins offense was stifled in the home while Jake Guentzel and Kris Letang were at about the aids Sidney Crosby scored their sole goal. Unfortunately, Dominik Simon could not get on the scoresheet on this one.
Since Patrik Laine notched three assists, a blocked shot and a shot to lead our lineup in 26, our Jets mini-stack was largely a success. Neal Pionk scored his second goal of the young season to go along with a pair of blocks and shot on target. Very pleasant results here .
It appeared that our Flames mini-stack was going to be successful when Mikael Backlund was originally credited with a target, but the scoring was shifted to Noah Hanifin and Backlund was left off the scoresheet together and tallied just one shot on the night. Sam Bennett completed with four shots.
The biggest disappointment during the night was goaltender David Rittich that allowed four goals in a loss to the Kings. Rittich was peppered within this particular one, nevertheless making 36 saves but could not escape with a win.
On what is a tiny slate, lets look to cross which cash line tonight.
C — Jack Eichel (BUF) — $7,800 vs. MON
The Sabres are off to a fine start to the season and I like their chances of continuing that tonight. Carey Price owns a 3.69 GAA and .900 Sv% in two matches after allowing five goals at Toronto on Saturday, so lets see whether we can attack a thin Habs blueline using a Sabres mini-stack within this 1 tonight. Eichel is away to a great start with a goal and two helpers through three matches this season. Early-season results aside, we understand what we will get from Eichel during a season. He is not the sharpest shooter in the league because hes yet to eclipse 30 goals after notching a career-high 28 last season, but he has basically been a point-per-game participant in his NHL career after notching a career-high 82 points in 77 games last year. In addition, we know we are going to find a boatload of shots on target with Eichel as he fired 303 shots in goal per year ago and has averaged 3.6 shots on goal per game throughout his four-year NHL profession. He is going to log a lot of ice time on a slender Sabres offensive set since he is already at 21:30 per game this season and needs to be well over 20 minutes each game again throughout the season. Tons of upside that is cross-category together with the Sabres captain .
C — Kevin Hayes (PHI) — $5,500 vs. NJ
The New Jersey Devils were supposed to become a much-improved group this season (although I am not quite buying it), however the early-season outcomes are about, largely from a defensive perspective. Despite incorporating P.K. Subban — a offensive defenseman by commerce — at the offseason, the Devils blueline team leaves plenty to be wanted and they have been exposed in the early going. New Jersey has surrendered 11 targets through two games this year taking a 7-2 wallop from Eichels Sabres on Saturday night. After completing one of the worst defenses in the league last year, it is possible they find themselves in a similar situation again this year. As a result, I am going to target them using a stack, now in this Philadelphia Flyers shape. Call it a stack, but I am not about to fade the Kevin Hayes-Claude Giroux-Jakub Voracek lineup that pops together on the teams top power play unit collectively on top of their five-on-five period . After opening the season with a 4-3 Global Series loss to the Blackhawks Remember there is not much to speak about in regards to the Flyers because this is their first North American sport of the season. Hayes has been saddled with top-line duty and the worth is loved by me upside down as a outcome.
W — Claude Giroux (PHI) — $7,500 vs. NJ
After busting out with 102 points to finish second in league scoring in 2017-18, Giroux regressed to a still-quality 85 points in 82 games a year ago and his season didnt return to the ideal beginning with a pointless effort in a losing cause in Finland. He did fire three shots on goal, something that I think he will be doing loads of the season. Girouxs shot levels have varied from year-to-year in his NHL career. He has also fired just 193 recently as the 2017-18 year old, although as many as 279 was also published by him at the 2014-15 season. Last season, he published is the floor for Giroux. His new centre Hayes is much more of a pass-first player who does not boast big shot totals himself, so that I believe Giroux will be placing tons of pucks on internet on this point, in addition to Voracek. I anticipate that the Flyers power play to be enhanced this year under new bench boss Alain Vigneault later Giroux scored only two power play goals each season. Its a certainty that number is going rise this season, and I believe its a very good bet he raises his goal total as well in the 22 he believed last season. Start looking for Giroux for closer to the 100-point mark this year with a major opportunity to jumpstart tonight to that aim.
W — Jakub Voracek (PHI) — $6,900 vs. NJ
Competing our three-man stack is Voracek who would like to put pucks and even though not seeing softy goal totals throughout his career, would have this year as well an overall. Voracek has fired 210 shots on target in every one of the previous six months, however he has scored only 20 goals and possesses a career-high of just 23. The culprit has been a criminally low shooting percentages of late, moving as low as 5.2% at the 2015-16 season where he fired 213 shots on target, yet scored only 11 times in 73 games. After tallying 85 points onto the rear of 65 assists from the 2017-18 season, Voracek fell all the way to just 66 points each year, and I believe it is a sure thing he easily eclipses that indicate this season is exactly what should be a fresh Flyers offensive strategy. As he is posted as much as 35 power play things in a season dating back into the 2017-18 33, voracek has made his money online play. He fell to just 28 last year on a futile Flyers person benefit, but as noted, I expect that group to increase tonight. The Devils are a dreadful 50 percent on the penalty kill two matches — 3 for 6 about the kill search for this Flyers three-man stack.
W — Tanner Pearson (VAN) — $5,100 vs. LA
The Los Angeles Kings will play their second match in as many nights tonight following bothering the Flames in overtime by a 4-3 count last night, therefore that I think that theyll be ripe for the taking and the Canucks need to be able to find any offense going in this one. The Kings will begin Jonathan Quick who was torched for six goals on just 31 shots (.806 Sv%) in the Kings season-opening reduction in Edmonton on Saturday. He is also coming by far the worst time of the NHL career in which he posted a 3.38 GAA and .888 Svpercent in 46 appearances. The Kings have also permitted nine law objects within the first two games of the season in the pasts Kings teams. Because of this, I am going to roll a Canucks heap tonight, beginning here using Pearson. Pearson has been far this season. He really ended strong with eight goals and 12 points in his final 19 games of the season with the Canucks and has scored a goal and a whopping 13 shots on goal through two games this season, logging 17:17 of average ice time at the process. He will skate on the next line alongside Bo Horvat and will form a three-man second unit power play stack with a few other Canucks on this lineup .
W — Josh Leivo (VAN) — $3,800 vs. LA
Next guy up from the Canucks stack is Leivo who comes in a cheap cost but should be given a nice opportunity to produce from a team thats struggling a goaltender that has struggled mightily for well over a year today. After being seldomly used with the Maple Leafs in five years with the team, Leivo was transferred into the Canucks last season and also did a good job of tallying 10 goals and 18 points in 49 games with the club. Hes without a point in two games this season, but has five shots on target and is averaging a tick over 16 minutes of ice time. He started the season at the very best power play unit, but it looks like he has moved down to the next group for this 1 tonight, and thats alright by as he will currently skate with Pearson at both strength and on the man advantage. Given the next line and instant power play device functions, Levio ought to at least assert which 16 minutes of ice time tonight. He is much more of a sharp-shooter concerning his own quick-strike capability and his deadly shot, thus we can probably anticipate plenty of shots on goal from Leivo if he could maintain up his minutes in a top-six function. With a great matchup in front of him, I am liking the value Levio brings to the table .
D — Tyler Myers (VAN) — $4,900 vs. LA
Completing our three-man Canucks heap is Myers that will skate with the Pearson-Leivo duo about the Canucks second power play unit. The 68??? Myers is being used more frequently with his new team in Vancouver than with his old club at Winnipeg as hes logged 23:16 worth of ice time a game through two games this year after logging 20:21 last season with the Jets. Myers has been involved early on this year as hes notched a support and fired a few shots on goal while blocking four shots also. There is real fine possible in with Myers, particularly in a heightened role with the Canucks. He also scored nine goals and 31 points last season with the Jets, but in addition firing 156 shots on goal and obstructing yet another 99 over 80 games. Thats not elite cross-category upside such as his own teammate and cash-oriented Alexander Edler brings to the table, but it is certainly adequate for a player who played just a little over 20 minutes each game on the blueline. The Canucks offense isnt as excellent as Winnipegs but I could see Myers chippin in more front this season and hes already shooting plenty of pucks on goal in the early going. Hopefully the Canucks second power play unit may do the harm in this 1 tonight.
D — Rasmus Ristolainen (BUF) — $4,800 vs. MON
I completed my Sabres mini-stack as lines off from the Canadiens, although it took some time. After only 1 season, it is pretty obvious that Rasmus Dahlin will be the Rasmus to own the Sabres blueline as he has taken over because the lone defenseman on the top power play unit, however lets not overlook the cross-category creation that Ristolainen has delivered through the years. Last season, Ristolainen scored five goals, added 38 assists, shot 182 shots on target (for the second straight year) and blocked the following 121 shots to lead the Sabres in that category. It was the fourth successive season in which hes posted giving plenty of consistency to fantasy owners. The Sabres are definitely going to lessen the workload on the still-24-year-old later he logged over 26 minutes each game for 2 straight seasons. The Sabres frees up their blueline at late last season and the summer and Ristolainen has averaged one sign under 24 minutes each game on the blueline. Still, thats a true good number and possibly less may be with Ristolainen. He has been good so far with an assist, 10 shots and five blocks through three games and I will search for his consequences to continue into tonights activity.
G — Carter Hart (PHI) — $8,300 vs. NJ
The Kings crime has been very great to start the season and Im not sold on the Canucks blueline, so I am going to go with Carter Hart over Jacob Markstrom with this slate. I think that the 21-year-old Hart is the better goaltender after he assembled a nice .917 Sv% despite playing behind one of the NHLs worst defenses past season as a 20-year-old. That is not saying a lot from a bunch that tied for 25th in this department, although the Devils have to have an crime that is improved in the season ago. They are still very thin after the top-six and I think than they did before, that a Flyers blueline will be able to provide Hart more aid this year. The Flyers are listed to win one about the moneyline tonight, and so the win upside is there. Hart surrendered three goals from the Flyers season-opener abroad, but that has been against that which was a crime from last year, and what must be a crime. In home in their home opener, I really feel that the Flyers come out tonight that is buzzing while I surely believe theyll find the success also. Hart is my best goaltender on this tiny three-game slate for a result.
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