You just cannot make this stuff up. The Winnipeg Jets had 46 shots on goal last night and not a single one went in. Karel Vejmelka was a brick wall for the Arizona Coyotes who only mustered something like 15 shots. We do not remember because it was a forgettable number. Our free picks fell flat, but our Subscribers got all the goodness. Our $2,500 player got us two goals and he was set up by another pick of ours. How many other publications were calling Seattle’s second line last night? Yeah, we didn’t think so.
The Florida Panthers lost to the Washington Capitals in a close game and in DC. Tonight is a rematch in their home barn. They have been faltering as of late and tonight can be a huge statement game to let the league know they are still top dog. Or is it top cat? Can Bobrovsky stop the Great Eight? Let’s dive into some considerations.
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Sergei Bobrovsky has found his mojo again and his only loss this season was against the Caps. He is on the case tonight and we expect some Sports Center Top 10 saves out of him. Nevermind the insanely high powered offense in front of him, this may end up being a one man show.
The Minnesota Wild have been absolutely piling on goals this year and we are a little surprised that Kirill Kaprizov has not found the back of the net more often. He is still getting plenty of points and is a dangerous threat everytime he is on the ice.
The guy who has been getting the goals is Ryan Hartman. Google gave us an article by a Chicago writer saying that trading away Hartman was a mistake. That seems a little weak given that he got traded a few more times. He has found his groove in Minnesota and has been working well with Kirill the Thrill. The Wild do not have to deal with Vejmelka and instead will probably see Scott Wedgewood. Consider it open season on the Yotes.
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Jack Hughes is back, bay-bee! Unfortunately, for some reason, he is way too high priced to go for before he has played a game. It does not mean we think he will not contribute, we just are not looking to take on that much risk yet. Luckily, if we go after Dougie Hamilton, we get all the potential. You already cannot go wrong with a guy who put up 10 shots in a game. The Devils are going to be feisty tonight. Good luck to James Reimer.
Instead of Hughes, save 2,400 big ones, and take Dawson Mercer as your secondary center. The kid is a talent. This is one of those times we are taking a guy just so we have more reason to focus on him and start to appreciate his game more. He is going places.
The Carolina Hurricanes also lost their last game to the Washington Capitals and have a potentially huge mismatch that they will use to erase the memory of the loss. Whoever is in net tonight has a golden opportunity. Freddie Andersen is the most likely starter, but he has lost the last two and Antti Raanta has been killing it as backup. If you have the patience to wait and see who gets the nod, they are a great bargain today.
Round out your defensemen today with someone from Tampa Bay. They got thumped by the Wild and are another one of those teams that can kick it into next gear to stop the bleeding immediately. We are hoping one day to be able to take Cal Foote but he has some maturing to do and ice time to earn. Mikhail Sergachev and Ryan McDonagh are the guys to own who are not named Hedman. McDonagh makes bank in the games where he blocks several shots and he could do so tonight. Sergachev has been rounding out his game all around and has an assist in each of his last five games.
A charcuterie of wingers for you to graze on consists of a salty Sam Reinhart, a cheesy ball ofTaylor Hall, and a menagerie of Carter Verhaege. The Verhaege and Reinhart sandwich there with Anton Lundell is a cheap, yet filling stack.
We know you are eyeing Sean Durzi from the Kings but it is too risky. Drew Doughty should be back tonight and that means Durzi will get sent to the AHL. He will be up again soon enough and we will let you know when the time is right.
Goodbye sweet November you underdog of a month. We will send you off with the leftovers of carne asada and some lovely evening tacos. Head on over to Twitter (@FantasyDFSX) if it tickles your fancy. Have a good one.
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