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Win Daily 12/28 NHL Stack and Track

Welcome to WinDaily’s newest NHL article, the NHL Stack and Track! In this article, the 12/28 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 9-game slate.

12/28 NHL Stack Report

  1. Vancouver Canunks Two $$$
    Boeser – Pettersson – Miller (FanDuel: $21,000 | DraftKings: $18,900)
    – The Kings are bad, not the Red Wings bad but they are really bad. The Kings allow an average of 3.13 goals against per game and have one of the league’s worst penalty kills at 73.6%. Vancouver’s recently reunited top-line play together on the top power-play unit and will most likely face one of the league’s worst-performing goaltenders in Jonathan Quick. His GAA is at 3.05 and his SV% is below .900. Quick has also lost three of his last four games and his last matchup against the Canucks, Quick gave up five goals on 49 shots, four of which were given up to this line. (Three of which contributed to Boeser’s third career NHL hat-trick) The 5-goal thrashing happened in California, the Kings are in line for a thrashing against the Canucks in Vancouver. (The Canucks have a positive home record [11-5-3] and a negative away record [8-10-1])
    Ideal Defensive Partner: Quinn Hughes (FD: $4,200 | DK: $4,800)
  2. Florida Panthers One $$
    Huberdeau – Barkov – Dadonov (FanDuel: $20,200 | DraftKings: $18,000)
    – With the best odds of tonights 12/28 NHL slate, Florida is set to take on the league’s worst team and the league’s worst goalie in the Red Wings (9-26-3) and Jimmy Howard (2-12-1). The Red Wings are last in the NHL in most offensive and defensive stat categories including goals, shots on goal, goals allowed and penalty kill. Florida’s powerhouse line has been reunited and with Detroit’s best player sidelined with an upper-body injury, this line will look to do some damage at home in the BB&T Center tonight. Throughout the line shuffles this line remained intact on the power play and was still able to do damage, sporting the league’s 8th best power play at 22.9%. Now this line will have extremely high ownership. However, in this matchup, you’ll have to bit the bullet in my opinion. Especially in cash games. This is my top stack of the night.
    Ideal Defensive Partner: Keith Yandle (FD: $5,700 | DK: $4,900)
  3. Arizona Coyotes Two $
    Keller – Soderberg – Schmaltz (FanDuel: $15,500 | DraftKings: $15,600)
    – It is most likely that Vegas will match-up their top line with Arizona’s powerful top line allowing for Arizona’s second line to receive less attention. The presence of this line is spread across both of Arizona’s power-play units and each player sees around 16-17 minutes per game. Not to mention that Schmaltz and Keller and Arizona’s leading scorers and will be facing a Vegas team that lost 4-3 last night against the 27th-placed Ducks.
    Ideal Defensive Partner: Jakob Chychurn (FD: $4,300 | DK: $4,200)

    Honorable Mention(s): Tampa Bay Lightning One, Carolina Hurricanes Two

12/28 NHL Goalie Tracker


  1. Chris Driedger (FD: $7,100 | DK: $8,200)
  2. Frederik Andersen (FD: $8,800 | DK: $8,300)
  3. Jacob Markstrom (FD: $7,600 | DK: $8,100)
    Honorable Mention(s): Carter Hart


  1. (1A) Jimmy Howard (FD: $7,000 | DK: $6,900)
  2. (1B) Martin Jones (FD: $7,200 | DK: $7,400)
  3. Jonathan Quick (FD: $7,600 | DK: $7,100)

12/28 NHL Wild Card of the Day

Travis Konecny (FD: $6,400 | DK: $6,100
– The rest of Konecny’s line doesn’t look intriguing to me, however, the Sharks are in a deep hole, losing their last four games including an embarrassing blown 2-goal lead last night to the lowly Kings, allowing a recent AHL call-up to score twice in the third period to force overtime. The Sharks projected starter Martin Jones has been atrocious as of late losing his last six starts (two of which he was pulled in) giving up around four goals per game in the process. Konecny, on the other hand, has been producing for the Flyers this season. He is Philadelphia’s top scorer with four more points in three fewer games than Sean Couturier who sits in second for the Flyers. Konecny has five points in his last four games and sees around 20 minutes of ice-time per game including time on Philadelphia’s top power-play unit. Konecny is a bright spot for me in this slate and I don’t mind him as a one-off play tonight.
Honorable Mention(s): MacKenzie Weegar DK, Bryan Rust FD

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Jonathan Huberdeau – More Fantasy Points than Hoffman (+0.5) –Hoffman has been cold with only one assist in his last five games and despite playing on Florida’s top power-play unit alongside Huberdeau, Hoffman plays on Florida’s third line during even strength, giving Huberdeau all the ice time with the high powered offense, not to mention, Huberdeau has been feeling it as of late with 11 points in his last four games (3 goals, 8 assists). Huberdeau should easily outscore Hoffman in fantasy points even with the 0.5 cushions for Hoffman.

Brock Boeser – Over 2.5 Fantasy Points  Boeser is hot right now and against a tired Kings team (who was taken into OT last night) and Jonathan Quick, Boeser should have no trouble reaching the 2.5-point threshold, especially being back on Vancouver’s high powered second line. Not to mention that he has met the 2.5 fantasy point threshold in his last three games.

Honorable Mention(s): Rapid Fire Huberdeau more Fantasy Points than Hoffman and Barkov more Fantasy Points than Dylan Larkin. 0.5-point Cushion for both.

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