We would need to dig into the archives to confirm but it sure feels like there are more overtimes this year. We think DraftKings should reward those OT winners and whoever assisted on it. Maybe one point for the goal scorer and a half a point for the assists. If we go that far it would also make sense to reward a regulation game winner as well. We are just spitballing here, but it feels like a couple small exciting categories could be added to spice things up.
Here’s a heated lineup For DFS Hockey 3/28/22 (using DraftKings Values)
Leon Draisaitl is right at the top of the scoring race this year. When you look at his FPPG it is right in line with Connor McDavid but for some reason McJesus is $1200 more expensive. That makes no sense to us and we need to have a talk with whoever writes these algorithms. Drai is the man and always worth an add.
Tony DeAngelo has stepped up big in Carolina in the absence of Dougie Hamiltoo. We knew he was offensively gifted when he played for the Rangers, but we did not think he would be near a point per game. That is very rare for a blueline.
Cal Peterson beat Seattle when we picked him and now the Kraken will be playing away and there is a good chance Cal gets the nod tonight. If you win, you get rewarded in LA. Double check just to be sure, but if that game was any indication, he will let in one goal on the way to a win for you.
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Alex DeBrincat is at 37 goals on the year. He is in no way responsible for the Blackhawks woes. We are confident that he will reach the 40 mark which is a huge badge of honor around the league. He and Patrick Kane are prolific scorers and are up against the Sabres who are probably asking one of their trainers to sit in net at this point.
That actually sets you up for a super cheap second center. Jonathan Toews fell off a cliff but is climbing back up. You can also look at Travis Boyd who is top dog in Arizona. People forget that they are not specifically trying to tank and can absolutely score goals. Edmonton’s biggest weakness is goalie and the Yotes should be able to score a couple. One of them might be a good utility choice as well so you can afford another elite winger.
We watched both Tyson Barrie and Evan Bouchard and as expected Bouchard was the one contributing. We still don’t know why Barrie is getting top power play time, but that will have to change soon.
Alex Tuch and the Sabres may surrender a couple goals but they will score a few as well. Chicago traded away their best goalie and will suffer for it. Jeff Skinner is also a great choice here as he is a goal scoring machine.
Our last couple wingers today are going to be Elias Pettersson and Kailer Yamamoto. Pettersson ripped home a shot last night and we do not understand it. It looked like it teleported from his stick to the back of the net and it was just effortless. It was not some huge slapshot, just a wrister that zoomed right by the goalie. Yamamoto is back in the good graces in Edmonton and is next to McDavid which should boost anyones numbers.
Get ready for another crazy week of hockey. Normal roto leagues are starting their playoffs and we have some trophies we need to win. All of our updates and posts can be found on Twitter (@FantasyDFSX) so give us a follow and have a great week.
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