Today is an odd circumstance. Only two games on the NHL schedule. One of which being extremely lopsided.

At this stage of the season the playoff picture is starting to take shape. On the flip side, some games become more one-sided.

As it stands now hopefully you understand the difference between chalk, value and being contrarian. Only reason I mention that is due to a heavy Colorado Avalanche influence tonight.

Meaning, COL1 & COL2 are going to be EXTREMLY high owned. Which is fine, we just need to come up with a plan to attack the slate in another way. Or attack it along with COL while adding in other stacks and players that will set our lines apart.

Still following? Hopefully! So follow me as we journey through this small yet complicated slate!


Gabriel Landeskog L1 & PP1
Nathan MacKinnon L1 & PP1
Valeri Nichushkin L1 & PP2


Matthew Nieto L2
JT Compher L2 & PP1
Joonas Donskoi L2 & PP2


Filip Forsberg L2 & PP1
Kyle Turris L2 & PP1
Mikael Granlund L2 & PP1


Ryan Nugent-Hopkins L2 & PP1
Leon Draisaitl L2 & PP1
Alex Chiasson L2 & PP1


Tyler Bertuzzi L1 & PP1
Dylan Larkin L1 & PP1
Anthony Mantha L1 & PP1

Tonight will be a test of our DFS skill. Tonight will take a sharp line with a winning strategy.

FD Main 3-2

I’m providing my normal MAIN sample line along with a contrarian line. The contrarian line is meant to show an odd way to attack this slate. On such a small schedule I’m cool with entering a single entry GPP without COL.

FD Contrarian 3-2

None of us can predict the future but if COL comes out flat and DET hops all over them our plan just might work!

DK Main 3-2

Make sure to keep an eye out for an updated line closer to 7:30p lock!


As usual, all lines are meant to be used for entertainment purposes. Please play responsibilty!

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Be on the lookout for In the Net later this afternoon!

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