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Win Daily 12/23 NHL Stack and Track

Welcome to WinDaily’s newest NHL article, the NHL Stack and Track! In this article, the 12/23 NHL Stack and Track, we will look at the top NHL stacks at each price range and rank the best and the worst goalie spots to target in tonight’s 11-game slate.

12/23 Stack Report

  1. Buffalo Sabres One $$$
    Olofsson – Eichel – Reinhart (FanDuel: $21,000 | DraftKings: 21,200)
    – Eichel is two games removed from one the best point streak in the NHL this season and will be looking to embark on a new streak against Anderson and the Sens tonight. Despite some glimpses of his old self Anderson has largely been underwhelming and is settling around the leagues worst in goaltending. While Buffalo’s top line has flourished into one of the most potent offenses in the NHL. With a remarkable start to the season, Victor Olofsson has propelled himself into the Calder Trophy conversation with nine power-play goals. Eichel, Olofsson, and Reinhart lead the Sabres in offense and all appear on the Sabres top power-play unit, seeing around 20 minutes of ice time per game each.
    Ideal Defensive Partner: Rasmus Dahlin (FD: $5,400| DK: $5,600)
  2. Vancouver Canucks Two $$
    Boeser – Pettersson – Miller (FanDuel: $20,800 | DraftKings: 17,600)
    – The line shuffle is over, and Vancouver’s top three are back on Vancouver’s top line. Just in time as they are set to face off against a struggling Mike Smith at home in Rogers Arena. Smith has not held a save percentage above .900 in his last three games and Vancouver’s best line has managed to record five goals and five assists in their past two games against powerful NHL opponents in Pittsburgh and Vegas. All three young guns play on Vancouver’s top power play and each plays around 20 minutes per game.
    Ideal Defensive Partner: Quinn Hughes (FD: $4,300| DK: $4,700)
  3. St. Louis Blues Two $
    Perron – O’Reilly – Sundqvist (FanDuel: $17,100 | DraftKings: 15,800)
    – It was a hard choice between STL2 and STL1 as both have been playing so well as of late however St. Louis 2 has had a slight edge in my opinion and against Quick and the Kings tonight both lines will have the ability to dominate and both STL1 and STL2 combine to form St. Louis’ top power-play unit. In their past three NHL games, STL 2 has scored four goals and seven assists and the team has put together a five-game winning streak in the lead up to the Christmas break while the Kings find themselves near the bottom of the league, currently hold a two-game losing streak.
    Ideal Defensive Partner: Justin Faulk (FD: $4,000| DK: $3,900)

    Honorable Mention(s): Chicago Blackhawks Two

12/23 Goalie Tracker


  1. Jordan Binnington (FD: $8,600| DK: $8,000)
  2. Carter Hart (FD: $7,900| DK: $8,200)
  3. Seymon Varlamov (FD: $8,300| DK: $8,400)
    Honorable Mention(s): Adin Hill


  1. Mike Smith (FD: $7,200| DK: $7,200)
  2. Craig Anderson (FD: $7,400| DK: $7,100)
  3. MacKenzie Blackwood (FD: $7,200| DK: $6,900)
    Honorable Mention(s): Corey Crawford

Wild Card of the Day

Noel Acciari – The Lightning are currently in a slump and Vasilevskiy has not been particularly helpful giving up 11 goals in his last three starts. On the other hand, Noel Acciari has been putting up insane numbers on Florida’s new-look second line. In just three games with the new pairing, Acciari has put up eight points, seven of which were goals! Leading him to back-to-back hat tricks and an average of 15 minutes of ice-time. Acciari is making Coach Quenneville look as good as he did during the Blackhawks dynasty.

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Patrick Kane – Over 0.5 Assists – The Blackhawks will face off at home against the lowly Devils who have lost eight of their last ten games and hold an abysmal 6-11-0 record on the road. Kane is 10th in the NHL in assists and has four in just his last two games. Grabbing on against Blackwood tonight shouldn’t be a challenge for the former playoff MVP.

Elias Pettersson – Over 3.5 Fantasy Points Pettersson already has 17 goals in the season and 39 points in just 37 games, considering that the 3.5 point threshold is met after one goal it seems extremely likely that Pettersson will reach this mark at home against Mike Smith.

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