In any Daily Fantasy Alignment, spending on any Daily Fantasy Alignment is the way to get the most promising Superstars and Players in your roster.
In NHL DFS, it’s different from paying in sports like the NBA or the NFL. Someone can be one of the highest paying players in their job and perform a total performance, and paying that much for them would be a huge mistake. Let’s make sure we pay in the right places when building up our rosters tonight.
Wednesday night we have three games on the NHL schedule. Let’s look at some posts.
Sean Couturier, Center, Philadelphia Flyers
FanDuel salary: $ 7,900
Sean Couturier suddenly gains a little more value Wednesday night potentially due to a minor injury to John Tavares. Why? Indeed, if Tavares is selected, some DFS players will gravitate their draft percentage to Auston Matthews.. Going back to Couturier might be a better decision considering the Philadelphia Flyershe center already has five goals and seven assists this season.
While Toronto can be good at not allowing goals at times, they still rank 22nd in the NHL with 37 goals allowed in 13 games. They are also ninth in Corsi Allowed (562) this season.
The game is potentially a good one for Philadelphia. Still, Toronto is also set to score 3.41 goals on Wednesday despite the injury news, so this game is a positive all-in goal as well.
Stacking Philadelphia is pretty straightforward because Justin Braun offers some value and cost relief, and Claude Giroux provides a potential boost to the power play.
Kirill Kaprizov, winger, Minnesota Wild
FanDuel salary: $ 7,100
The Minnesota Wild have returned to win in 7 of their 11 games this season. Kirill Kaprizov and company are hoping for a better start against Arizona on Wednesday night.
Kaprizov and Minnesota’s top line have been advancing steadily over the past five games. The winger has four points in the real world as well as 24 shots on goal, 21 scoring chances and 2 goals.
Roman Josi, defenseman, Nashville Predators
FanDuel salary: $ 7,000
With Filip Forsberg potentially out for weeks and the Nashville Predators offense having some problems to score goals, Roman Josi becomes more essential on lists – especially on short slates. Josi has 39 shots in 12 games that produced 4 goals and 12 real points. Three of those goals are in favor of the man, and it has been a big plus for the Preds.
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