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NHL DFS Picks For November 13, 2021

Juuse Saros
DALLAS, TX - NOVEMBER 10: Nashville Predators goaltender Juuse Saros (74) blocks a shot during the game between the Dallas Stars and the Nashville Predators on November 10, 2021 at American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Matthew Pearce/Icon Sportswire)

There are a lot of opportunities for those who can sift through all the roster changes and stay on top of what is going on in each teams net. That is going to be most of the juicy tidbits we will be leaving out for you today because there are some things you should know! We will give you the obvious one here at the front counter, but if you would like to come behind the curtain to the VIP area, we have so much more for you to sink your teeth into.

Here’s a chewy lineup For DFS Hockey 11/13/21 (using DraftKings Values)

CenterA. Kopitar$7,300
WingK. Kapanen$4,100
GoalieJ. Saros$8,500

Juuse Saros is a pretty easy choice tonight. The Arizona Coyotes are having a historically bad season as they tank for first overall in next year’s draft. Saros has been improving his game steadily over the years and with the Predators retiring Pekka Rinne’s number soon, Saros is the number one for the foreseeable future.

Don’t look now but the LA Kings are on a seven game win streak. That may end going up against the all powerful Jets but it does not mean they will not be taking their shots. Veteran leader Anze Kopitar has been Ole Faithful this year. A balanced eight goals and eight assists in fourteen games is par for the course for him. He is still elite.

A cheap roll of the dice landed us on Kasperi Kapanen. He has been streaky and his hat trick outburst a few games ago makes up most of his points. Before you toss him aside, though, look at the matchup. The Sens are getting destroyed by injuries and Covid and we do not even know what string goalie is in net. There are too many to keep track of. Big time opportunity here.

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The Vancouver Canucks cannot seem to get anything going this year. There are no excuses given last season and all the Covid related absences. Alex Pietrangelo is going to light them up tonight. Petey is playing almost 25 minutes a night and what he occasionally lacks in scores he more than makes up for with shots and blocks.  

Do not go too cheap on your secondary center today. We are choosing between Nick Suzuki and Tage Thompson. Suzuki has been on a tear recently and is living up to the hype he generated last year. Thompson on the other hand is the top center in Buffalo and they face a brand new goalie in Toronto! That is right Joseph Woll is making his debut. If there is anything we have learned over the years, the welcome to the league usually results in 5+ goals against. Time for the Sabres to tee up.

Pair Rasmus Asplund with Thompson and see that stack crush tonight. Toronto is probably going to score a bunch too, but that does not affect your forwards! This should be a high shot total night overall, so anyone you take from this game had better get their wrist shot ready. If you are leaning towards Suzuki then the wise move would be to add Mike Hoffman to your lineup. He had an assist in the last couple games that was *chefs kiss*.

This section about defense serves a couple purposes. You could take one of these guys and call it a day, or you could take on and swap out Pietrangelo for big savings that can get you a Landeskog or Connor. Rasmus Dahlin for once becomes an obvious choice. He had been riding the struggle bus this year but got his first goal and is licking his chops at the opportunity to shell Woll. This is a game where he could easily be your number one. With him we have Josh Morrissey. Super consistent, gets a couple shots, gets a couple blocks and at a half point per game pace means there is a 50% chance he gets on the scoresheet too. 

A couple other cheaper goalie options are going to be Alex Nedeljkovic. If Suzuki does not find his game, he will be a reason why. We considered Bobrovsky and Vasilevskiy, but that heavyweight matchup is just too rich for our blood right now. Should be a fun one to just watch.

We are really starting to pack this with all sorts of juicy information. Is it too much? Too little? Just right? Please let us know how we are doing on Twitter (@FantasyDFSX) or contact us by email. Have a great Saturday.

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