Tag: NHL

  • 11/16/21 NHL Main Slate Analysis and Breakdown

    High Priority Buchnevich (4300), Kyrou (4800), O’Reilly (5500), Faulk (5000), Perunovich (2500) There is a lot to love about St. Louis tonight. The biggest boon to their fantasy success is their opponent: the Arizona Coyotes. The Yotes have scored two or fewer goals in five of their six November games and have allowed at least […]

  • 11/11/21 NHL Main Slate Analysis and Breakdown

    High Priority Larkin (6400), Bertuzzi (6500), Raymond* (5300), Seider (5200) The first target for tonight’s massive slate is Detroit, a bad defensive team able to score a lot of goals. They get to face a Caps team that’s allowed at least 3 goals in five of their last seven while giving Zach Fucale his first […]

  • 11/8/21 NHL Main Slate Analysis and Breakdown

    High Priority Ovechkin (9200), Wilson (5400), Carlson (6200), Kuznetsov (7500) The Caps were never a super deep team going into this season, but with the injuries to Mantha, Backstrom, and Oshie, we see a team struggling to get scoring from anywhere else in the lineup other than the first line. If you want to fly […]

  • 11/3/21 NHL Main Slate Analysis and Breakdown

    High Priority Trocheck (5800), DeAngelo (5200), Aho (7200), Svechnikov (7600), Teravainen (6000), Jarvis (2500), Staal (3900), Necas (4600) Carolina is a juggernaut this year and they get to play against a team that finally won their first game against a bottom third team in the league. I hope that this pulls people away from Carolina […]

  • 11/01/21 NHL Main Slate Analysis and Breakdown

    High Priority Batherson (5300), Norris (5200), Chabot (6400), Stutzle (4100), Tkachuk (6100), Brown (3900) Surprise to many: when you have the former Vezina winner (league’s best goaltender), he can keep you in some tight games. That’s exactly what we saw out of Marc-Andre Fleury against the Blues last time out for the Blackhawks. He kept […]

  • 10/30/21 NHL Main Slate Analysis and Breakdown

    High Priority Tarasenko (6100), Schenn (5100), Kyrou (5500), Krug (4900), Perron (6400), Buchnevich (4600), Thomas (3800), Faulk (5600), Bozak (2600), Neal (2500) Last night I told you that the Blackhawks would get decimated in Raleigh and that’s exactly what happened. The Canes put up 5 goals in the first period and coasted from there on […]

  • 10/29/21 NHL Main Slate Analysis and Breakdown

    High Priority Aho (7400), Svechnikov (7500), Teravainen (6700), DeAngelo (5200), Trocheck (6200), Necas (4800), Pesce (4000), Kotkaniemi (3400), Bear (3000), Staal (3600), Niederreiter (3700) One thing to know about the Blackhawks over the past few years: any time they travel to Raleigh to play the Canes, they get absolutely stomped. They’re 1-4-1 in the last […]

  • 10/28/21 NHL Main Slate Analysis and Breakdown

    High Priority  Kaprizov (7500), Fiala (6500), Spurgeon (5100) There isn’t much I love on tonight’s slate so I have to pick some spots. Anytime I see the Kraken suiting up, I have to consider targeting them with their opponent. Fiala and Kaprizov have combined for 38 shots on goal and only have a single goal […]

  • 10/27/21 NHL Main Slate Analysis and Breakdown

    High Priority Marner (6200), Matthews (8500), Tavares (5400), Nylander (6600), Reilly (5400) By the micro numbers alone, Toronto has been the unluckiest team offensively and it isn’t really close. They’re putting in the work and just getting zero bounces their way. You wanna know what is a great way to cure those ails? Getting a […]

  • 10/25/21 NHL Main Slate Analysis and Breakdown

    High Priority Huberdeau (5700), Bennett (6000), Barkov (7600), Ekblad (7000), Verhaeghe (5800), Tippett (2900), Montour (2700), Reinhart (4800), Forsling (4500), Duclair (3900), Luostarinen (2500) So far this season, there are only two teams that have allowed 25 goals so far. Those would be the Blackhawks (in 6 GP) and the Arizona Coyotes. For, at least, […]

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