Hot Pucking Stacks
Chris Robin

Well, last night was forgettable. Winning lines for the NHL Main slate were around 220ish points. While my research and sample lines topped off around 156 points. This was regarding the big GPP’s. In the right contests, 156 points did well.

Daily fantasy sports are quite volatile. We all have our favorite DFS methods. Along with our favorite sports to play. We cannot be perfect 100% of the time! Time to dust ourselves off and hit it hard again tonight! Only two games this evening!

Here are several stacks to mix-n-match tonight! Good luck!

Nashville Predators 1

Nashville Predators

Filip Forsberg L1 & PP1
Ryan Johansen L1 & PP1
Viktor Arvidsson L1 & PP1

Nashville Predators 2

Projected Nashville G – Pekka Rinne

Mikael Granlund L2 & PP2
Matt Duchene L2
Luke Kunin L2

Nashville is still trying to find the right combo of lines on both sides of the ice. While Filip Forsberg leads the team with 4 goals. Viktor Arvidsson has been equally busy with 4 assist and a total of 5 points this season. Chicago has had issues on defense all season and their goalies have not been good this season. Stacking Nashville tonight is the right move. Stack with confidence. I could see the Preds scoring four or five times tonight.

Chicago Blackhawks 2

Chicago Blackhawk’s winger Patrick Kane

Dominik Kubalik L2 & PP1
Dylan Strome L2 & PP1
Philipp Kurashev L2 & PP2

Pat Kane is the man in Chicago meaning, not much has changed. While defenseman Duncan Keith has tallied five assists so far this season. Both make for nice one-offs at the position.
Kevin Lankinen is the projected goalie for Chicago tonight and has a GAA of 90.9% and is allowing 2.63 goals per game. On the surface that looks good, but the wheels will soon fall off, like tonight.

Vancouver Canuks 1

Vancouver Canuks

J.T. Miller L1 & PP1
Elias Pettersson L1 & PP1
Brock Boeser L1 & PP1

VAN one off – Bo Horvat L2 & PP1

Last time these two teams plays VAN really gave it to OTT, winning 7-1! Vancouver is averaging 3.73 goals per game. Their power play is hitting around 26.5% this season as well. As you can see above the entire first line also doubles as their first power play unit along with Bo Horvat as a nice one off.

Ottawa Senators 2

Ottawa Senators

Tim Stutzle L2 & PP2
Chris Tierney L2
Connor Brown L2 & PP2

OTT one off – Brady Tkachuk L1 & PP1

The Ottawa Senators have averaged about 2.50 goals per game. While their defense has allowed 4.50 goals per game. Their penalty kill is right around 76.9% this season. I do not expect OTT to win but I do believe they can make enough noise. The second line cheaply priced with minimal risk.

Here are some sample lines I am going to be using. Keep in mind these are for entertainment purposes only.

Fanduel 1/27 7:30p EST MAIN
Nashville heavy

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