NHL DFS Stacks 3/6
We got a big 9 game slate tonight in NHL DFS action. So let’s jump right in and take a look at 3 teams to stack in tonight’s action to help bulid a winning lineup.
Boston Bruins – The Bruins look to keep rolling towards the playoffs tonight hosting the Detroit Red wings. Boston is riding a three-game winning streak and trail first-place Tampa Bay by six points in the Atlantic Division with three games in hand on the Lightning. The Red Wings are 0-9 in their last 9 trips to Boston. Winger Brad Marchard ($7200) can anchor all lineups in any format tonight. Marchand has posted 3 points in his last 2 game and has also netted 2 goals along with 5 points in two games against Detroit this season. Brian Gionta ($3200) grabbed eyes with a multi-point debut over the weekend. Playing in his first NHL game in nearly 11 months, the Boston College alum has looked perfectly at home with the Bruins, following up on his 2 point debut with another point in Montreal.
New Jersey Devils – New Jersey are holding down the top wild card spot but has hit a rough patch lately riding a 3 game losing streak. It’s a must win for the Devils tonight as they host Montreal an look to keep the rest on the wild card hopefully in the east off their coattails. Taylor Hall ($7600) became the eighth different player in the last 30 years to collect a point in at least 25 straight game. Hall extended his goal scoring streak to 4 in a row with a goal and an assist on 7 shots vs Vegas over the weekend. Line mate Kyle Palmieri ($5600) has 4 points with 22 shots in the last 5 contest. On the blue line Sami Vatanen is on a 3 game point streak with 12 shots in that span.
Minnesota Wild – The Wild look for another victory after winning eight of their last 12 games as they host the Carolina Hurricanes Tuesday night. The Canes have lost 4 straight in Minnesota. Eric Staal ($7300) continues to light up the scoreboard, notching his 14th goal in 16 games on Sunday to push his season total to 34. Stacking two wingers with Staal, 1st line winger Jason Zucker ($6500) and 2nd line winger Zach Parise ( $5300). Parise is riding a 4 game point streak while Zucker is comeing off a 2 goal performance over the weekend.