FanDuel DFS NHL – Tuesday 12/5/17


UPDATE: Henrik Lundqvist will NOT play tonight due to illness. Kyle Connor skated on Winnipeg’s top line in morning skate, limiting Mathieu Perreault’s fantasy value. Rickard Rakell is expected to play; David Perron is expected to sit.

There are 10 games on tonight’s slate, with the Islanders and Predators skating in the second half of back-to-back contests after pulling off 5-3 and 5-4 wins last night, respectively. Tonight’s sample lineup, as well as favorite picks and other solid options, will be updated closer to puck drop once more information regarding starting goalie confirmations, line combinations and injury news is made available. Until then, here’s an overview of players available on tonight’s slate at each position and at various price points, as well as some preliminary alternate lineup ideas.


Summary of Last Night’s Results

Last night’s lineup cashed in one contest but not in another. A previous version of the lineup posted earlier in the day would have cashed easily, but the final version was a borderline winner. Despite entering last night’s game with just one regulation win in the last 25 meetings between these clubs, Washington defeated the Sharks by a final score of 4-1, which made Martin Jones an ineffective option. He still had a much better night than Mike Smith, who had a huge ownership rate of more than 50 percent, but Jones finished with just four fantasy points (compared to Smith’s – 7.2). The Flyers broke a 10-game losing streak with a 5-2 victory over the Flames; unfortunately, Johnny Gaudreau did not factor into Sean Monahan’s goal and was unable to produce much once the Flyers built up the big lead. The Capitals’ win was a costly one, however, as T.J. Oshie left the game after taking a dirty hit to the head from Sharks center Joe Thornton. Capitals defenseman Matt Niskanen had his least productive performance in five games with just two shots and a block for 4.8 fantasy points, though defenseman Nick Leddy tallied an assist and three shots for 12.8 fantasy points. Islanders winger Anders Lee scored for the fourth straight game, finishing with 15.2 fantasy points, but Mathew Barzal was ineffective with just two shots on goal. He scored the game-winning goal in the shootout and came close to ending the game in overtime but had a poor night where it counted, though his high ownership rate limited the effect of his disappointing performance. Panthers center Vincent Trocheck had a huge game with three assists, two of which came on the power play, as well as six shots and a block, which came out to 36.2 fantasy points. Brad Marchand tallied an assist and recorded two shots on goal as the Predators surprised many by beating the Bruins 5-3 even without Ryan Johansen in the lineup and with the other two top-line players split up onto two lines. Calle Jarnkrok skated with Filip Forsberg at even strength and on the power play but was unable to find the scoresheet, while Craig Smith, who was in the earlier version of the lineup, finished with two goals and three points. Similarly, Sam Bennett, who was also in the lineup earlier in the day, tallied an assist and registered eight shots on goal in the Flames’ 5-2 loss to Philadelphia.

Results of Top Highlighted Picks
D: Nick Leddy ($5,600): 1 A, 3 SH = 12.8 FP
C: John Tavares ($8,300): 1 G, 3 SH = 16.8 FP
C: Vincent Trocheck ($5,900): 3 A (2 PP), 6 SH, 1 BkS = 36.2 FP
W: Johnny Gaudreau ($7,800): 2 SH = 3.2 FP
W: Brad Marchand ($7,500): 1 A, 2 SH = 11.2 FP
W: David Pastrnak ($7,200): 1 G, 5 SH, 1 BkS = 21.6 FP
W: Anders Lee ($6,600): 1 G, 2 SH = 15.2 FP
W: Jonathan Huberdeau ($6,100): 2 BkS = 3.2 FP
W: Craig Smith ($4,300): 2 G, 1 A, 3 SH, 1 BkS = 38.4 FP
W: Sam Bennett ($3,300): 1 A, 8 SH =  20.8 FP
G: Martin Jones ($8,800): 4 GA, 25 Saves = 4 FP


 

Tonight’s Schedule

  • NY Rangers @ Pittsburgh – 7:00pm EST
  • New Jersey @ Columbus – 7:00pm EST
  • NY Islanders @ Tampa Bay – 7:30pm EST
  • Winnipeg @ Detroit – 7:30pm EST
  • St. Louis @ Montreal – 7:30pm EST
  • Nashville @ Dallas – 8:30pm EST
  • Buffalo @ Colorado – 9:00pm EST
  • Carolina @ Vancouver – 10:00pm EST
  • Anaheim @ Vegas – 10:00pm EST
  • Minnesota @ Los Angeles – 10:30pm EST

 

Starting Goalies

  • NYR: Ondrej Pavelec (confirmed) vs. PIT: Tristan Jarry (confirmed)
  • NJD: Cory Schneider (confirmed) vs. CBJ: Sergei Bobrovsky (confirmed)
  • NYI: Thomas Greiss (confirmed) vs. TBL: Andrei Vasilevskiy (confirmed)
  • WPG: Connor Hellebuyck (confirmed) vs. DET: Jimmy Howard (confirmed)
  • STL: Jake Allen (confirmed) vs. MTL: Carey Price (confirmed)
  • NSH: vs. DAL: Ben Bishop (confirmed)
  • BUF: Robin Lehner (confirmed) vs. COL: Semyon Varlamov (confirmed)
  • CAR: Scott Darling (confirmed) vs. VAN: Jacob Markstrom (confirmed)
  • ANA: John Gibson (confirmed) vs. VGK: Malcolm Subban (confirmed)
  • MIN: vs. LAK: Jonathan Quick (LIKELY)

Expected Starters: Lundqvist (NYR) vs. Jarry (PIT), Bobrovsky (CBJ), Greiss (NYI) vs. Vasilevskiy (TBL), Hellebuyck (WPG), Allen (STL), Saros (NSH) vs. Bishop (DAL), Lehner (BUF), Darling (CAR) vs. Markstrom (VAN), Gibson (ANA) vs. Subban (VGK), Dubnyk (MIN) vs. Quick (LAK)

 

For starting goalie updates, check out DailyFaceoff and LeftWingLock throughout the day.

 

 

 

 

FanDuel DFS NHL 12/5/17

Centers

ELITE

Sidney Crosby ($9,300)

Sidney Crosby has goals in five straight games and has scored six goals and 13 points on his current six-game point streak. He skates on Pittsburgh’s first line and first power-play unit and is averaging 16 fantasy points per game this season. He scored a goal and earned 20 fantasy points when these teams met Oct. 17, scored seven points in four games against the Rangers last season and has 79 points in 60 career regular-season contests against the Blueshirts.

Tyler Seguin ($8,500)

Tyler Seguin has points in three straight games and is coming off a two-goal performance in which he earned 32 fantasy points. He was reunited with Jamie Benn and Alexander Radulov on Dallas’ top line, a move that has benefited Seguin’s fantasy output in recent contests. He has two goals and four points as well as 14 shots and an average of 21.5 fantasy points over his last three games. Seguin has earned 32, 13.3, 19.2, 8 and 55.2 fantasy points in his last five games, respectively; he skates on the Stars’ first power-play unit.

John Tavares ($8,200)

John Tavares scored his 17th goal of the year and earned 16.8 fantasy points last night against the Panthers. He scored a goal and two assists and earned 29.6 fantasy points against Tampa Bay when these teams squared off Nov. 18. Tavares plays on the Islanders’ first line and first power-play unit and has points in three straight games and in seven out of his last eight games, picking up a total of four goals and 11 points in that span.

Mark Scheifele ($8,100)

Mark Scheifele has points in four straight games and goals in three out of his last four games, recording a total of three goals and nine points on his current four-game point streak. He skates on Winnipeg’s first line and first power-play unit and is averaging 16.3 fantasy points per game this season. Scheifele scored a goal and two assists in one game against the Red Wings last season. The Jets are coming off a 5-0 win against the Senators in which the top line of Scheifele, Blake Wheeler and Mathieu Perreault combined for nine points.

Evgeni Malkin ($7,700)

Evgeni Malkin skates on Pittsburgh’s second line and first power-play unit. He scored a goal and four points against the Rangers when these teams met Oct. 17, finishing the game with 39.7 fantasy points. He scored four points in three games against New York last season and has 53 points in 51 career regular-season contests against the Rangers. Malkin is averaging 14.9 fantasy points per game this season and has points in back-to-back games after missing nearly two weeks of action with an injury. He scored two points in the Pens’ most recent game against Buffalo, earning 32.8 fantasy points in the winning effort.

MID-RANGE

Nathan MacKinnon ($6,800)

Nathan MacKinnon will be without linemate Gabriel Landeskog for one more game as the Avs’ captain serves the fourth and final game of his four-game suspension. MacKinnon is having a strong season and has a very favorable matchup against a Buffalo team that has lost four games in a row. He has 29 points in 25 games this season and is averaging 15.7 fantasy points per game. MacKinnon skates on Colorado’s first line and first power-play unit and has earned 9.6, 8, 25.8, 16.5, 4.8, 25.6 and 24.8 fantasy points in his last seven games, respectively.

Anze Kopitar ($6,600)

Anze Kopitar has points in back-to-back games and in three out of his last four games, scoring four goals and six points in that stretch. He has 31 points in 28 games and is averaging 16.1 fantasy points per game this season. The Kings will take on a strong Minnesota team with solid goaltending but have won five games in a row. Kopitar skates on Los Angeles’ top line and top power-play unit and scored two points in three games against the Wild last season.

William Karlsson ($6,200)

William Karlsson tallied an assist in Sunday’s win against the Coyotes, giving him points in three straight games and in eight out of his last nine games. In fact, he has collected eight goals and 13 points in his last nine contests. Karlsson skates on Vegas’ first line and second power-play unit and is averaging 14.7 fantasy points per game this season.

Bryan Little ($4,700)

Bryan Little has points in four consecutive games and in five out of his last six games, picking up two goals and two assists on his current four-game point streak and three goals and seven points in his last six contests. He skates on Winnipeg’s second line and second power-play unit.

VALUE

Tyler Johnson ($4,100)

Tyler Johnson skated on Tampa Bay’s first line with Steven Stamkos and Vladislav Namestnikov in Saturday’s game against San Jose, with the move resulting in a two-goal performance for the American-born center. Johnson scored two goals, one of which came on the power play, and added five shots and two blocks for 35.7 fantasy points. He has points in three out of his last four games but is a solid value option considering he offers exposure to Stamkos as well as the second power-play unit. Plus, the Lightning face an Islanders team that played last night; it’s likely Thomas Greiss will start for the Isles, and he has given up 19 goals in his last four appearances.

Radek Faksa ($4,100)

Radek Faksa continues to defy odds by piling up the points without seeing top-six minutes or time on the power play. However, he now has points in four straight games, collecting five goals and seven points in that stretch. He and the Stars will face a Predators team that played last night. Faksa has earned 11.2, 21.6, 30 and 44 fantasy points in his last four games, respectively.

Pierre-Luc DuBois ($3,900)

Pierre-Luc DuBois has points in four straight games and has found excellent chemistry on Columbus’ top line with Artemi Panarin and Josh Anderson. He has one goal and five assists on his current point streak and has earned 19.2, 18.1, 11.2 and 16.8 fantasy points in his last four games, respectively. DuBois skates on the Blue Jackets’ first power-play unit.

Patrik Berglund ($3,800)

Patrik Berglund has goals in back-to-back games and has two power-play goals, 14 shots and a block in three games this season. He skates on St. Louis’ third line and second power-play unit and has earned 23.7, 18.9 and 6.4 fantasy points in three games this season. The Blues will take on the red-hot Montreal Canadiens, but Berglund has been successful in his small sample size of games since making his season debut last week.

David Desharnais ($3,200)

David Desharnais skates on the Rangers’ first line and first power-play unit in place of the injured Mika Zibanejad. Desharnais has thrived since taking over two games ago, scoring a goal and four points and adding two shots and two blocks. While the Rangers will take on a Penguins team that is coming off two dominant wins against the Sabres, Matt Murray remains out of the lineup for Pittsburgh. Desharnais is one of the cheapest options at center for tonight’s games but plays on the first line and first power-play unit, which essentially makes him a freebie.


Also Consider: Steven Stamkos ($8,500), Kyle Turris ($5,200), Henrik Sedin ($5,100), Brayden Point ($5,000), Phillip Danault ($4,900), Adam Henrique ($4,600), Derek Ryan ($3,700)

 

 

 

Wingers

ELITE

Nikita Kucherov ($8,600)

Nikita Kucherov has points in three straight games, picking up two goals and two assists in that time. He skates on Tampa Bay’s second line and first power-play unit and is averaging 20.8 fantasy points per game this season. He registered five shots for eight fantasy points when these teams met Nov. 18. Since the Islanders played last night, it’s likely Thomas Greiss will get the nod for New York; he has given up 19 goals in his last five appearances.

Blake Wheeler ($7,700)

Blake Wheeler was named the NHL’s first star of the week after scoring two goals and 10 points in his last four games. He is coming off back-to-back three-plus point performances, tallying three assists for 32.5 fantasy points against Vegas Dec. 1 and scoring a goal and three assists and earning 48.2 fantasy points against Ottawa Sunday night. Wheeler skates on Winnipeg’s first line and first power-play unit and is averaging 17.8 fantasy points per game this season.

Filip Forsberg ($7,700)

Filip Forsberg extended his point streak to four games with a goal in last night’s win against the Bruins. He now has points in four straight games and in 11 out of his last 12 games, scoring six goals and 14 points in that stretch. Assuming Ryan Johansen remains out of the lineup for tonight’s matchup against the Stars, Forsberg will skate on Nashville’s second line and first power-play unit, though he normally plays on the team’s top line. He scored a goal and an assist and earned 26.9 fantasy points against Dallas when these teams met Oct. 12.

MID-RANGE

Jonathan Marchessault ($6,800)

Jonathan Marchessault has points in three straight games and in six out of his last seven games, collecting two goals and four points in his last three games and five goals and 13 points in his last seven. He skates on Vegas’ first line and first power-play unit and is averaging 16.8 fantasy points per game this season.

Anders Lee ($6,400)

Anders Lee extended his goal streak to four games with another marker in last night’s 5-4 shootout win against the Panthers, giving him five goals and six points in his last four games. He skates on the Islanders’ first line and first power-play unit and scored two goals for 30.9 fantasy points when these teams met Nov. 18.

Alexander Radulov ($6,100)

Alexander Radulov has points in back-to-back games, with a goal and two assists as well as six shots and an average of 19.05 fantasy points in his last two contests. He skates on Dallas’ first line and first power-play unit.

Patric Hornqvist ($6,000)

Patric Hornqvist has goals in three straight games and points in five straight, collecting three goals and six points in his last five games. He skates on Pittsburgh’s first line and first power-play unit and scored a goal and an assist for 26.9 fantasy points when the Penguins and Rangers squared off Oct. 17. Hornqvist’s ownership rates have been sky high in recent games given his reasonable price tag; plus, he gives you exposure to the Penguins’ top line and top power-play unit, two reasons that make him a solid cash option.

Josh Anderson ($5,200)

Josh Anderson saw his five-game point streak come to an end against Washington the other night but still managed seven shots on goal for 11.2 fantasy points. He has earned 11.2, 33.3, 21.6, 11.2, 17.6 and 18.4 fantasy points in his last six games, respectively. Anderson skates on Columbus’ first line and second power-play unit.

Alex Galchenyuk ($4,800)

Alex Galchenyuk is coming off a four-point performance in which he earned 37.3 fantasy points. He has points in four out of his last five games, collecting two goals and eight points in that stretch. He skated on Montreal’s third line and second power-play unit in yesterday’s practice.

VALUE

Mathieu Perreault ($4,200)

Mathieu Perreault moved up to the Jets’ top line to replace the injured Kyle Connor and had a three-point night, finishing the game with 36.5 fantasy points. He has been great since returning from injury but is an even better option on the red-hot top line. Perreault skated on the Jets’ first power-play unit the other night as well and should be a very popular play if Connor misses tonight’s contest as well.

Craig Smith ($4,100)

Craig Smith scored two goals and an assist and earned 38.4 fantasy points last night in Nashville’s 5-3 win over the Bruins. With Ryan Johansen out of the lineup, the second line moved up to the top line, making Smith a top-line player who also skates on the team’s top power-play unit. He remains a strong value play regardless of whether he’s on the first or second line, though Nashville will play its second game in two nights against a Dallas team that has won four out of its last five games. Linemate Kevin Fiala ($3,800) scored a goal and an assist last night and has three points and eight shots in his last two games.


Also Consider: Phil Kessel ($7,800), Brendan Gallagher ($6,400), Evander Kane ($6,300), Brock Boeser ($6,200), Reilly Smith ($5,500), Michael Grabner ($4,300), Paul Byron ($3,900), Kevin Fiala ($3,800), Andrew Shaw ($3,600), Jacob De La Rose ($3,000)

 

 

 

Defensemen

MID-RANGE

Roman Josi ($5,900)

Roman Josi registered an assist and added three shots and four blocks for 19.2 fantasy points last night against Boston. His ownership rate was about 35 percent, which is around where it has been for weeks now. Josi remains a solid option on the back end even in the second half of a back-to-back, though Dallas has won four out of its last five games. He should be popular again tonight and has been pretty consistent this season. Josi plays on Nashville’s second power-play unit.

Nick Leddy ($5,600)

Nick Leddy tallied an assist and earned 12.8 fantasy points last night against Florida, though it was a relatively tame performance considering his team put four goals on the board. That being said, Leddy remains a solid fantasy option and had an ownership rate just below 50 percent. Though tonight’s slate has many more options, Leddy should be a popular play once again. He has earned 12.8, 14.9, 14.4, 21.3, 20, 14.4, 26.9, 9.6, 24.8 and 22.4 fantasy points in his last 10 games, respectively. He plays on the Islanders’ top power-play unit.

Tyson Barrie ($5,100)

Tyson Barrie has earned 9.6, 14.9 and 14.9 fantasy points in his last three games, respectively, and is averaging 12.8 fantasy points per game this season. He skates on Colorado’s first power-play unit and has a favorable matchup against a Buffalo team that has lost four games in a row.

Colton Parayko ($5,000)

Colton Parayko has put together a solid stretch of nine or so games in which he has produced pretty consistently regardless of how his team has performed around him. He has earned 12.8, 16.5, 16, 23.4, 6.4, 24.5, 23.2, 17.6 and 8 fantasy points in his last nine games, respectively, collecting one goal, eight assists, 30 shots and 14 blocks in that span. He skates on St. Louis’ second power-play unit. Though he and his teammates will have a difficult matchup against Carey Price and the Canadiens, he has been a solid option on the back end and is reasonably priced at $5,000.

Alexander Edler ($4,900)

Alexander Edler has points in back-to-back games and has had eight straight solid fantasy performances, earning 21.6, 11.2, 9.6, 9.6, 14.4, 18.1, 17.6 and 11.2 fantasy points in his last eight games, respectively. Edler plays on Vancouver’s first power-play unit and has five points, 17 shots and 19 blocks in his last seven games.

Tyler Myers ($4,600)

Tyler Myers has goals in back-to-back games and has scored two power-play goals, an assist, four shots and two blocks in his last two games, earning 17.3 and 25.3 fantasy points, respectively. He skates on Winnipeg’s second power-play unit.

VALUE

Matt Dumba ($4,100)

Matt Dumba has points in back-to-back games and in three out of his last four games, scoring one goal and three points in that time. He skates on Minnesota’s first power-play unit and has earned 23.2, 20.8, 8 and 14.9 fantasy points in his last four games, respectively. Dumba has registered nine shots and 10 blocks in his last four games.

Mikhail Sergachev ($4,000)

Mikhail Sergachev has points in four straight games, picking up a goal and four points in that time. He plays on Tampa Bay’s second power-play unit and has earned 14.9, 8.5, 14.1 and 14.9 fantasy points in his last four games, respectively. He is averaging 10.5 fantasy points per game this season and has 18 points in 26 games.

Colin Miller ($3,900)

Colin Miller has points in back-to-back games and appears to be regaining his form from earlier this season. He skates on the Golden Knights’ second power-play unit and has one goal and two assists as well as six shots and a block in his last two games. Plus, he scored another goal against Winnipeg Friday night that was disallowed because a teammate was offside on the play. Miller scored a goal and earned 16.8 fantasy points against Anaheim when these teams met Nov. 22.

Noah Hanifin ($3,600)

Noah Hanifin has points in four out of his last five games, netting three goals and five points in that stretch. He has earned 23.2, 4.8, 13.6, 16 and 26.4 fantasy points in his last five games, respectively, registering 15 shots and five blocks in that span. He skates on Carolina’s second power-play unit and is averaging 10.2 fantasy points per game this season.


Also Consider: John Klingberg ($5,500), Dustin Byfuglien ($5,100), Jacob Trouba ($4,500), Erik Johnson ($4,500), Mattias Ekholm ($4,400), Joel Edmundson ($4,000), Esa Lindell ($3,900), Josh Morrissey ($3,900), Shea Theodore ($3,500)

 

 

 

Goalies

ELITE

Carey Price ($9,000)

Carey Price has won all five of his starts since returning to Montreal’s lineup after missing more than three weeks of action with an injury. His return has sparked the Canadiens to a furious offensive outburst, which has only made Price’s job of winning games easier, though his performance in net has done more than enough to warrant starting him. He will be a popular play tonight yet again given his recent play, especially since he has given up a combined six goals in five starts, which includes three games in which he surrendered just one goal and one game in which he earned a shutout. Price will face a St. Louis team looking to break a three-game losing skid, but the Habs scored 10 goals in the team’s most recent game, which makes Price heavily favored no matter how desperate the Blues may be. At the very least, Price should be a safe cash bet because he’s likely to be one of the most popular plays in the crease.

Sergei Bobrovsky ($9,000)

Sergei Bobrovsky has lost two games in a row but had won six straight starts before that. Columbus is favored tonight against New Jersey, though the Devils will be determined to bounce back after a 5-0 shutout loss to Arizona over the weekend. That being said, Bob was 3-1 against the Devils last year and has played extremely well for most of this season. He is averaging 23.1 fantasy points per game and is 8-3-0 at home this year.

Jonathan Quick ($8,800)

Jonathan Quick has won four games in a row and the Kings have won five straight headed into tonight’s battle against the Minnesota Wild. Quick has earned 27.2, 25.6, 26.4 and 28 fantasy points in his last four games, respectively, and is averaging 22 fantasy points per game this season. Though Minnesota has played very well and will be a difficult challenge for Los Angeles, Quick has been solid in net and has given up just five total goals in his last four games. In fact, he has given up three goals just twice in his last nine appearances and has given up two or fewer in seven out of his last nine games. However, he is 5-5-0 at home this season and has gone 1-3 in his last four games against the Wild. Devan Dubnyk ($8,600), on the other hand, has won back-to-back games but gave up 18 goals in his previous four appearances and is 4-5-0 on the road this season. It may not be a terrible idea to fade this matchup. The Kings are favored and have been the better team of late, but it’s hard to judge how this one will play out.

MID-RANGE

Tristan Jarry ($8,500)

Tristan Jarry is coming off back-to-back wins against the Buffalo Sabres, earning 33.6 and 47.2 fantasy points in his last two games, respectively. He has won four games in a row, however, and will continue to be Pittsburgh’s starter for at least the next few weeks while Matt Murray is on the shelf with an injury after a Nov. 27 collision knocked him out of the game. Jarry has been solid as his replacement, though it’s difficult to judge his recent play considering he picked up wins against the slumping Philadelphia Flyers and Buffalo Sabres. That being said, Pittsburgh is favored tonight against the Rangers, who will be without first-line center Mika Zibanejad once again. The Pens defeated the Rangers in a high-scoring overtime matchup Oct. 17 , though Murray was in net at the time. Even with the potential of this matchup being a high-scoring game, Jarry at home should be a popular play tonight; he is averaging 23.7 fantasy points per game this season.

VALUE

Connor Hellebuyck ($7,800)

Connor Hellebuyck is coming off a 21-save shutout against the Ottawa Senators and has won his last two games. He is averaging 21.5 fantasy points per game this season and has a 15-2-3 record on the year. Hellebuyck and the Winnipeg Jets are favored tonight against a Detroit team that gave up 10 goals in its most recent game. While the Red Wings will be eager to bounce back from that embarrassing performance, starting netminder Jimmy Howard has given up five, six and four goals in his last three appearances, respectively, and had lost six straight games before Saturday’s tilt against Montreal.

Malcolm Subban ($7,400)

Malcolm Subban earned his fifth win of the season Sunday night in a 3-2 overtime victory against the Coyotes, making 31 saves and earning 28.8 fantasy points. He is 5-2-0 this season but is favored tonight at home against the Anaheim Ducks, whom the Golden Knights defeated Nov. 22 (with Maxime Lagace in net for Vegas). Subban, who is 4-1-0 at home this year, is a solid value play at just $7,400, especially since Ducks goaltender John Gibson has lost four out of his last five starts.


Also Consider: Andrei Vasilevskiy ($9,200), Ben Bishop ($8,600)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FanDuel DFS NHL 12/5/17 Lineup

NOTE: Lineup will be updated closer to puck drop.

  • C: Sidney Crosby ($9,300)
  • C: Tyler Johnson ($4,100)/Pierre-Luc DuBois ($3,900)
  • W: Nikita Kucherov ($8,600)
  • W: Jonathan Marchessault ($6,800)
  • W: Anders Lee ($6,400)/Patric Hornqvist ($6,000)
  • W: Kyle Connor ($4,500)/Craig Smith ($4,100)
  • D: Mikhail Sergachev ($4,000)
  • D: Colin Miller ($3,900)
  • G: Malcolm Subban ($7,400)

 

 

 

Alternates

  • C: Sidney Crosby ($9,300)
  • C: Tyler Johnson ($4,100)
  • W: Nikita Kucherov ($8,600)
  • W: Phil Kessel ($7,800)
  • W: Jonathan Marchessault ($6,800)
  • W: Daniel Carr ($3,000)
  • D: Mikhail Sergachev ($4,000)
  • D: Colin Miller ($3,900)
  • G: Malcolm Subban ($7,700)

 

  • C: Sidney Crosby ($9,300)
  • C: Pierre-Luc DuBois ($3,900)
  • W: Nikita Kucherov ($8,600)
  • W: Patric Hornqvist ($6,000)
  • W: Jonathan Marchessault ($6,800)
  • W: Reilly Smith ($5,500)
  • D: Colin Miller ($3,900)
  • D: Noah Hanifin ($3,600)/Shea Theodore ($3,500)
  • G: Malcolm Subban ($7,400)

 

  • C: Evgeni Malkin ($7,700)
  • C: Tyler Johnson ($4,100)
  • W: Nikita Kucherov ($8,600)
  • W: Patric Hornqvist ($6,000)
  • W: Jonathan Marchessault ($6,800)
  • W: Anders Lee ($6,400)/Vladislav Namestnikov ($5,900)
  • D: Colin Miller ($3,900)
  • D: Matt Dumba ($4,100)/Mikhail Sergachev ($4,000)
  • G: Malcolm Subban ($7,400)

 

  • C: Nathan MacKinnon ($6,800)
  • C: Patrik Berglund ($3,800)
  • W: Nikita Kucherov ($8,600)
  • W: Jonathan Marchessault ($6,800)
  • W: Patric Hornqvist ($6,000)
  • W: Josh Anderson ($5,200)
  • D: Alexander Edler ($4,900)
  • D: Colin Miller ($3,900)
  • G: Sergei Bobrovsky ($9,000)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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