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12/1 NHL DFS – The Daily Hot Shot

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This article focuses on NHL DFS Picks for 12/1 on DraftKings and FanDuel. Both sites have fairly different scoring formats, particularly with the recent changes on DraftKings. We consider tournament tactics, statistics, pricing, and attempt to tackle this highly variable Daily Fantasy format so we can gain an edge on the field at large. BE SURE to double-check both regular and power play lines at both morning skate and before lock as they can drastically change from the time of publication.

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Top Expensive Line

Boston One – David Pastrnak, Brad Marchand, David Krejci

Even on a larger slate, but particularly on a two-game slate, this isn’t a very bold call. Patrice Bergeron has been ruled out in advance of this game. Brad Marchand is also dealing with flu-like symptoms that he was able to play through the other night. Marchand will likely be a GTD for Sunday, so be sure to watch for any updates on his status. The Bruins get a rematch with a Canadiens team that they absolutely slaughtered 8-1 last week. That score pretty much speaks for itself. As long as Pasta is still in there, Boston One should definitely be in your cash lines and it is really hard to make a lineup in any format without them.

Top Value Line

Vancouver One – Nikolay Goldobin, Bo Horvat, J.T. Miller

Making their first appearance ever, we have the newly formed Vancouver One. This line definitely plays second fiddle for the Canucks but serves an important purpose as they allow us to fit Boston One in our lines. Since coming to Vancouver, J.T. Miller has been lighting it up with 26 points in 26 games. Bo Horvat isn’t far behind with 20 points in 26 games this season. Nikolay Golobin has been cruising in the minors and comes in near minimum price at only $2,600 on DraftKings and $3,200 on FanDuel. Both Vancouver One and Vancouver Two should be able to face the Edmonton depth lines as often as possible on home ice. As of the time of writing, the first set of their back to back in Edmonton has yet to start but I am hoping this line goes not go off one day early.

12/1 NHL DraftKings Rankings

DraftKings Forwards/Centers

  1. David Pastrnak – Boston Bruins – $8,100
  2. Connor McDavid – Edmonton Oilers – $8,000
  3. David Krejci – Boston Bruins – $5,900

NHL DraftKings Defenders

  1. Alexander Edler – Vancouver Canucks – $5,000
  2. Quinn Hughes – Vancouver Canucks – $3,900
  3. Ethan Bear – Edmonton Oilers – $3,400

NHL DraftKings Goalies

  1. Tuukka Rask – Boston Bruins – $8,400
  2. Mikko Koskinen – Edmonton Oilers- $7,700

12/1 NHL FanDuel Rankings

FanDuel Forwards/Centers

  1. David Pastrnak – Boston Bruins – $9,400
  2. Connor McDavid – Edmonton Oilers – $9,200
  3. David Krejci – Boston Bruins – $6,800

FanDuel Defensemen

  1. Ethan Bear – Edmonton Oilers – $3,600
  2. Zdeno Chara – Boston Bruins – $3,900
  3. Torrey Krug – Boston Bruins – $5,900

FanDuel Goalies

  1. Tuukka Rask – Boston Bruins – $8,800
  2. Mikko Koskinen – Edmonton Oilers – $8,400

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David Pastrnak – Over 5.5 Fantasy Points On a two-game slate, we are lucky to have someone like Pasta.

Connor McDavid – Over 5.5 Fantasy Points It’s hard to play the Oilers over Boston tomorrow in DFS, particularly in cash games. However, on Monkey Knife Fight, without a salary cap, you can play both!

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Rich Masana is a real money daily fantasy player who plays on DraftKings under the username “JetsFan303” and on FanDuel under the username “JetsFan3032”. Rich is ranked in the top 4% of all DFS players according to Rotogrinders.com. Rich does not guarantee the accuracy of all advice and reserves the rights to use different players on occasion as necessary to fit roster builds (although does not very often absent lineup changes/late breaking news). You can reach him on Twitter @JFan303

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