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 Temat postu: DraftKings NHL Lineup Advice: Thursday (12/28)
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Averaging 4.5 fantasy points per game, Stamkos also has tournament winning upside. Tonight,adidas Sidney Crosby jersey, the Montreal Canadiens travel to Tampa Bay. Although ranked 6th overall CF/60, Steven Stamkos and the top line of the Tampa Bay Lightning have easily been the best forward line in the NHL this year. As a lock in cash games each night, Montreal will likely start back up Antti Niemi behind a tired team., Montreal has struggled to prevent goals against. Coming off of a tough game last night in Carolina

After going on a 10 game losing streak,adidas Jake Guentzel jersey, Sean Couturier is one of the leading offensive contributors. On the defensive side, the Florida Panthers continue to leak shots and goals against. As one of the more penalized teams in the NHL, the Philadelphia Flyers have turned their season around. With 32 points in the first 36 games, look at Couturier at a slight discount., the Panthers average over 10 minutes in the box each game. With time on the top unit

At $8,adidas Joe Thornton jersey,100, Nikita Kucherov is the highest priced player on the slate. Leading the league in scoring, the Russian sniper should continue his seven-game point streak. Antti Niemi is having an atrocious season. He has a 0-5-1 record while posting a 4.85 GAA and .865 SV%. The Tampa Bay Lightning should have no problem scoring multiple goals tonight., Kucherov continues to prove his dominance. Against Montreal

The last part of the Tampa Bay stack is Vladislav Namestnikov. As the third and least expensive forward in the trio, Namestnikov often goes overlooked and thus under-owned. In his own right,Authentic Steven Stamkos jersey, these three studs are worth the investment against a soft Montreal matchup., Namestnikov has had a fantastic season almost scoring at a point per game pace. Along with playing together on the power play

In what should be a high scoring game, Claude Giroux is set at a discounted price. As the 7th most expensive winger on the slate, the Flyers are in a great spot to produce offensively. Claude Giroux is the second part of a great stack tonight who will also get top power play time., Giroux has scored 42 points in just 36 games (7th among all NHL players this season). Allowing over 35 shots against per game and over three goals against per game

Boesser is having a great rookie campaign and surely will be considered for the Calder this year. Producing at a point per game pace, Boeser has shown no signs of slowing down. News broke yesterday that Chicago Blackhawks goalie, Corey Crawford, who hasn鈥檛 been terrible. Vancouver does play at a slow pace but should find the back of the net more than once tonight. Boeser is the top option for the Canucks., will be placed on the IR and miss the next few weeks. Crawford is the glue holding this team together defensively. Chicago gives up one of the most HDCF at even strength. Crawford has been bailing the team out and hiding the defensive issues. Anton Forsberg will get the nod tonight

The Swedish All-Star defenseman can be used as part of a full Tampa Bay stack or as a one-off play. Averaging 26 minutes of ice time along with playing on the top power-play unit, positive regression are in line for the d-man., Hedman has a very high floor to go along with a high ceiling. Although only just four goals on the season

Paying up for defense is often a contrarian strategy 鈥 especially on a night when Tampa Bay plays. Shayne Gostisbere is averaging 3.7 DK points per game and is forming into an elite offensive defenseman. Although average time on ice is not as high as other defensemen, look for the young Flyer to hit value against a weak Panthers team., Ghost produces at a very high price per minute pace. Slotted in on the top defensive pairing and power play unit

We have already established that the Tampa Bay Lightning are in a great spot against the Canadiens tonight. For just chasing the win, they rank 28th in shooting percentage at just 8%. Lock in for cash games and GPP鈥檚 tonight., Andrei Vasilevskiy is almost a lock. What makes this an even better play is the lack of quality shots Montreal produces. Although they shoot a lot (6th in the NHL)

While the world takes a much-needed holiday break, the 2018 IIHF World Junior Championship will get underway in Buffalo; it鈥檚 a tournament featuring 10 countries and the hockey world鈥檚 best under-20 talent., the youth of hockey鈥檚 future will be hard at work. On Tuesday

but the tournament is steeped in tradition and international pride.,You may remember last year鈥檚 World Juniors where the United States took home its first gold medal in the event since 2013 after taking rival Canada to a shootout. Or in 2016 when Kasperi Kapanen鈥檚 gold medal goal for Finland sounded even better in his native language. The World Juniors may seem like a viewer tune-up for the upcoming Winter Olympics

Considering the pedigree surrounding Dahlin, whether it be a great defensive stand or a silky move in a clutch moment., he should at least be a player to watch in the upcoming tournament. Don鈥檛 be surprised if he does break out in some way for Sweden

but there鈥檚 a real chance the 18-year-old defenseman makes a name for himself on the international stage. Hughes is a freshman defenseman for the University of Michigan and is also projected to be a high-end draft pick in 2018.,College hockey fans will no doubt know Hughes鈥 name

At Michigan, Hughes did put up 26 points in 26 games last season in the USHL, a number that blew other defensemen, Hughes has put up 10 points in 16 games for the Wolverines this season. While those numbers aren鈥檛 eye-popping, out of the water., Authentic Brent Burns jersey,and forwards

The World Juniors is probably an excellent time for Hughes to show off what makes him so great 鈥 his creativity and aggressiveness that create one-of-a-kind chances for his teammates.

Earlier in December, we called Tolvanen the 2017 NHL Draft鈥檚 biggest steal for landing at No. 30 in the hands of the Nashville Predators. The 18-year-old left winger is playing for Jokerit in the KHL, and is already on pace for an incredible season., the world鈥檚 second-best hockey league behind the NHL

Tolvanen sits at 14th in the KHL with 32 points in 39 games, scoring six points in six games for Finland last year., as he鈥檚 tied Evgeny Kuznetsov鈥檚 record for points in an age-18 season. Not only that: Tolvanen is experienced at the World Junior level

This year鈥檚 World Junior Championship feels like a prime time for Tolvanen to showcase why some NHL teams who passed on him should be rethinking their draft picks from this summer.

United States,Kailer Yamamoto

Yamamoto has tasted some NHL action this year with the Edmonton Oilers, Yamamoto has been billed as an incredibly skilled forward., but the 19-year-old right winger will probably be featured heavily in Team USA鈥檚 plans this holiday season. Taken with the 22nd overall pick in the 2017 draft by Edmonton

Maybe most shocking about Yamamoto is his size, as he stands at 5鈥8, which is on the shorter end of the scale for hockey players. Last season, he seems primed for a breakout playing for his home country., Yamamoto had 99 points in 65 games with the Spokane Chiefs of the WHL. Though his 12 points in 13 games so far this year is a far cry from his previous pace

Svechnikov is another offensive talent projected to battle for a top-five spot in June. The 17-year-old right winger from Russia dealt with a hand injury earlier this season in the OHL but has since recorded seven points in six games for the Barrie Colts.

Though the lost time has put Svechnikov behind the ball in showcasing his talent, as his hat trick at the 2016 World Junior A Challenge at the age of 16 put him on the map in a big way.,Authentic Sidney Crosby jersey, his 21 points in 16 games gives him the 11th-highest points-per-game pace at 1.31 in the OHL. Svechnikov is also no stranger to putting up points in high-pressure international tournaments

Maybe the biggest difference maker on this list is, of all things, a goaltender. Hart was the 48th overall pick of the 2016 NHL Draft, he鈥檒l be the Philadelphia Flyers goaltender of choice for years to come.,adidas Brent Burns jersey,Authentic Jake Guentzel jersey, and if trends continue

In 17 games played this season with the Everett Silvertips, Hart has a .961 save percentage that leads all WHL goaltenders by a wide margin. For reference, but inconsistent play led to him splitting time in net before ending the tournament one save away from victory in the final., the next best netminder in the league has a .942 save percentage. Hart was Team Canada鈥檚 hope during last World Juniors

This year,adidas Vladimir Tarasenko jersey,Hart may steal the show when all is said and done., Hart is coming into the tournament on a tear. In a year where Canada isn鈥檛 as offensively potent as tournament鈥檚 past

with a shootout ultimately deciding the tournament as the Americans captured gold.,The Americans and Canadians were separated by the slimmest of margins last year

with the two North American clubs tightly matched once again.,Authentic Joe Thornton jersey, Heading into this year's edition we could be in for much of the same

after each have played their first two preliminary games.,Authentic Vladimir Tarasenko jersey,The two will square off during the first-ever tournament outdoor game on Dec. 29

so in order to gauge who that could be one must first take a look at each's roster makeup.,The Group A victor is likely to be one of these two

However, it is worth noting that nine of those first-rounders come from the U.S. side, who is expected to be a top-5 selection.,adidas Steven Stamkos jersey, and that doesn't even include Brady Tkachuk

Mittelstadt has shown incredible skill with the puck in his first season at the University of Minnesota.,Another American name to keep an eye on is Casey Mittelstadt. Drafted eighth overall by the Buffalo Sabres this past June

Meanwhile, a likely top-10 selection in the 2018 draft., the Americans enter with Ryan Lindgren and Adam Fox as their lone returning defenders from last year's team. The American's other notable defender is Quinn Hughes

The University of Michigan freshman has great offensive instincts and scored a goal in the team's first pre-tournament win over Belarus.

Canada has a stronger all-around defense core. They have looked stellar in their two tune-up games - including limiting Switzerland to just seven shots - and seem to have a knack for creating offense.,All things considered

Kevin Cheveldayoff is considered to be among the most patient of NHL general managers. Proof of that is his unwillingness to break from a core he built in Winnipeg even when there were growing pains after a surprise berth in the 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs.,Within the hockey universe

And when there were tough times with missed postseasons the past two years, Jets owner Mark Chipman exercised his own patience in handing both multiyear extensions before this season., Cheveldayoff resisted any notion of fifth-year coach Paul Maurice paying the price. In fact

Amid expectations that have never been higher since the move from Atlanta, both overtime losses. The only other consecutive failures came in the season鈥檚 opening two games., Winnipeg is meeting them two months in. The Jets are 13-3-2 since their last pair of back-to-back losses

defensemen Jacob Trouba and Josh Morrissey and forwards Nikolaj Ehlers,Blake Wheeler may be the league鈥檚 most underrated player. Mark Scheifele is a star and Patrik Laine could also be one for years. Scheifele and Laine were drafted along with goalie Connor Hellebuyck, Adam Lowry and Kyle Connor.

As a squadron, these Jets are in full flight. (Records in parentheses are as of Sunday鈥檚 games).

1. Jets (17-6-4). They hung a touchdown on two teams (Minnesota, Vegas) and wrapped up a 3-0-1 week with a 5-0 drubbing of Ottawa. Impressive. (7)

Pekka Rinne is going to get to 300 wins this season and all with the same franchise. At 35,2. Predators (16-7-3). Barring injury, he鈥檚 as steady as ever with flashes of brilliance thrown in. (2)

3. Lightning (18-6-2). After cooling off with no goals in six games, Nikita Kucherov potted two in win over San Jose. Tyler Johnson also snapped a 15-game cold snap with two. (3)

4. Blues (17-8-2). Back-to-back home losses to Ducks and Kings and just four goals scored in three-game losing streak, but Patrik Berglund has two goals in first three games this season. (1)

1.72 GAA,5. Kings (17-8-3). Outscored teams 16-5 on a 4-0-0 trip. Darcy Kuemper (4-0-2, .944 SV%) is giving them quality work in backup role to Jonathan Quick. (10)

the fourth overall pick in the 2016 draft,6. Blue Jackets (17-9-1). Big center Pierre-Luc Dubois, made the team at 19 straight out of juniors and is starting to earn rave reviews. (4)

7. Maple Leafs (17-10-1). It isn鈥檛 getting much attention but Nazem Kadri is putting together another strong season. On pace to top last year鈥檚 career-high 32 goals. (5)

8. Golden Knights (16-9-1). A 6-7-1 road record is a bit disconcerting but the VGK鈥檚 are back home and got their fifth different overtime winner Sunday against Arizona, this one from Reilly Smith. (6)

9. Sharks (14-9-2). Joe Pavelski getting his 300th goal only cements his status as a San Jose institution and Chris Tierney has become a nice do-all-the-little-things depth center. (9)

10. Devils (15-7-4). Sami Vatanen played a team-high 22:47 in his first game since the Ducks finally opted to move him. He鈥檚 on their top pairing with Andy Greene. (8)

11. Stars (16-10-1). If they鈥檝e solved their road issues 鈥 and they鈥檝e won their past three 鈥 this explosive team is going to be a player in the Central. Tyler Seguin seems to score in bunches. (16)

12. Penguins (15-10-3). Racked up three easy wins against sad sacks Philadelphia and Buffalo (twice), which helped Tristan Jarry ease into starting role while Matt Murray gets healthy. (15)

13. Islanders (15-8-2). Offensive defenseman Nick Leddy is headed for a career season. GM Garth Snow gets a lot of grief but there鈥檚 been good value for that seven-year commitment made in 2015. (12)

14. Capitals (15-11-1). Evgeny Kuznetsov racked up assists in the first few weeks and now is scoring goals. Eight of his nine have come in the past eight games. (13)

15. Rangers (14-10-2). Litmus tests coming up with games at Washington and Pittsburgh before returning home for New Jersey. (14)

16. Flames (14-11-1). Jaromir Jagr has only one goal and six assists in averaging 13 minutes of ice time over 16 games. He鈥檚 also 45 so we鈥檒l cut the future Hall of Famer some slack. (11)

17. Wild (13-10-3). Need to be better than 4-5-0 within division to keep pace with the leaders. If Zach Parise (back) can get back before the new year, it鈥檒l help their cause. (18)

18. Canucks (13-10-4). It鈥檚 going to be a heck of a Calder Trophy race and Brock Boeser (13 goals, 12 assists) is right in the middle of it. (19)

19. Blackhawks (12-10-5). A 7-3 bouncing of Anaheim was the only highlight as they鈥檝e since dropped four in a row and backbone goalie Corey Crawford is now out for a bit. (17)

20. Canadiens (13-12-3). If Carey Price 鈥 who鈥檚 5-0 with a 1.20 goals-against average since returning from injury 鈥 drags this group into the playoffs, he should be part of the Hart Trophy mix. (27)

21. Bruins (12-8-4). Good health matters. The B鈥檚 are getting bodies back 鈥 Brad Marchand in particular 鈥 and it shows in winning six of seven. Tuukka Rask is finding his form. (25)

22. Ducks (11-11-5). New center Adam Henrique is off to an ideal start but these missed opportunities to stash away points on a challenging trip might come back to haunt them. (20)

23. Hurricanes (11-9-5). You鈥檇 like to see GM Ron Francis make a trade to get this franchise moving. He鈥檚 got defensive depth and Buffalo鈥檚 Evander Kane and his 12 goals are available. (24)

which says something after the disaster that was 2016-17. But they鈥檙e not a playoff team,24. Avalanche (12-11-2). They鈥檙e respectable, especially in that rugged Central. (22)

the No. 4 pick in 2016,25. Oilers (11-14-2). Can Jesse Puljujarvi, stick in this latest NHL shot? Two goals in a win over rival Calgary don鈥檛 hurt. (28)

26. Senators (9-10-6). An 0-6-1 run was snapped Friday but it doesn鈥檛 get any easier as their seven-game trip takes them out to California. (21)

Sasha Barkov and Vincent Trocheck are at or near a point per game. Alas,27. Panthers (10-13-3). Jonathan Huberdeau, they still need about six more forwards and a defense. (29)

Henrik Zetterberg said, 鈥淲e basically embarrassed everyone that played with the winged wheel tonight,28. Red Wings (10-12-5). After a 10-1 beating in Montreal for their seventh consecutive loss, and we鈥檝e got to live with that.鈥 (23)

29. Flyers (8-11-7). Dave Hakstol still has his job after his club went down for the 10th straight time but he may not survive their upcoming trip to western Canada. (26)

and Dylan Strome, a No. 3 overall pick in 2015,30. Coyotes (7-18-5). New Jersey castoff Scott Wedgewood got a shutout against his former team, scored his first NHL goal. (30)

31. Sabres (6-17-4). It just continues to get worse. 1-9-2 since Nov. 7. Jason Pominville鈥檚 goal Saturday ended their goal drought at 232 minutes, 9 seconds. Brutal. (31)


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