FanDuel NHL DFS Picks – October 11th

The FanDuel NHL DFS picks of last night made us deep into gain territory on a enormous slate and were excellent.
The night was headed with a Winnipeg Jets pile that somehow went owned than Id expected. Mark Scheifele, Patrik Laine and Blake Wheeler were owned at 5% or below my GPPs with Laine and Wheeler both at 3.6% owned. I will gladly take that in addition to the monster manufacturing they put forth. Laine led the way with a gigantic nighttime, firing four shots on target, including two assists, scoring two objects and blocking one. Wheeler was following up having a goal, an assist, two shots along with a block. Scheifele notched two assists, two blocks and a shot on goal. Manufacturing in this trio.
Our three-man Blackhawks pile did well at ownership. Dylan Strome a goal and an assist on two shots listed two blocks and an assist while Alex DeBrincat registered a help and a shot on goal. Production here also.
Our economical Blues mini-stack didnt get regardless of the Blues scoring six goals against the Senators to the scoresheet. When they did, we could have taken some GPPs down. They were duds while Vince Dunn was solid at tallying four shots to go along with a set of blocks, as Robby Fabbri recorded three shots.
Ultimately, Connor Hellebuyck was again very good from the Jets crease, turning apart 38 of 40 Minnesota Wild shots en route to a win — his second game in the win column.
Lets take the success of last night and look for more on tonights slate that is younger!
C — Jack Eichel (BUF) — $8,400 vs. FLA
Yes, Eichel will see lots of ownership in this one, however I have differentiation we could use him this one and this lineup is far more of an optimal lineup rather than strictly GPP or cash. With how this man is going right now I am not sure we want to hazard the fade as he completely torched the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday. In that game, Eichel added two assists having a whopping eight shots on goal and scored two goals. That gives him three goals and four helpers for seven points on 12 shots over his last few games. In actuality, all seven of his points this year have come on home ice, so that I dont understand why we must expect it to prevent tonight. The hope in Florida was that Joel Quenneville combined with highly-paid goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky would considerably enhance the groups 28th-ranked defense from a season ago, however that has not been the situation as the Panthers have enabled 4.67 goals per game this season through three matches, or 14 objects allowed in 3 games. Bobrovsky sits with a 4.77 GAA and .859 Svpercent in 3 starts annually. There isnt a player with this slate that could give us the same floor that Eichel can provide with his shot totals that are massive, therefore I am locking him in at the top of my lineup tonight.
C — Boone Jenner (CBJ) — $4,400 vs. ANHs
The Columbus Blue Jackets and Anaheim Ducks get tonight as a couple of teams that have struggled to score at the early going. The Jackets have only scored seven goals in 3 matches this season — or 2.33 goals per game — nevertheless they could get a boost in this one since backup Ryan Miller is expected to get the start tonight once John Gibson began last nights 2-1 loss in Pittsburgh. Gibson has launched all four of the Ducks matches to this stage so look for Miller to get into this sport and I feel that unlocks a doorway for the Blue Jackets anemic offense in this one. Miller is coming off a season in which he submitted a decent 2.76 GAA and .912 Svpercent over 17 starts and 20 looks. At 39 years old, you have to wonder just how much hes left in the tank after some gigantic usage earlier in his career with the Buffalo Sabres. Ill go with a GPP-aimed stack in this particular one, starting here with Jenner. The hard-nosed pivot is centering the team line at the moment, and he is not getting much concerning power play time. Still, despite not hitting the scoresheet yet, Jenner has recorded 11 shots in just 3 games and has scored 16 goals in a couple of the last few seasons. Hes going to get around with just how far he likes the puck and I believe there is significance that is nice on him tonight.
W — Sam Reinhart (BUF) — $6,200 vs. FLA
The Sabres best lineup is doing plenty of harm right now for example child Victor Olofsson, however I will head with Reinhart here since his hot start has fallen off the film just a tiny bit despite setting up two goals and five points on nine shots around four matches to this stage. Hes a for the Sabres as he is notched 25 and between 22 goals in three of their previous four seasons. Nevertheless , he had a season when he published a career-high, definitely, 65 points in 82 games to go along with 180 shots on target. The Sabres arent very deep at the forward position, and Reinharts line has been leaned on heavily since he has averaged a whopping 20:35 of ice time so far — a enormous number to get a winger. He will enter this one having a point in every game this season while both of his goals came in the Sabres blowout win over New Jersey at home last Saturday. Reinhart is a successful and dependable point-producer with this Sabres offense and contemplating what he is up against in one of the worst defensive teams in the league on this point in the young season, I can see another huge night on the horizon to the still-23-year-old.
W — Emil Bemstrom (CBJ) — $3,000 vs. ANH
This is where the GPP distinction comes in as Bemstrom lines up along with Jenner on the Blue Jackets third line with this particular matchup tonight against the Ducks. Bemstrom logged just over twenty five minutes in his NHL debut a week ago against the Maple Leafs after which logged more than 10 minutes in his next match on Saturday against the Penguins. But, over two full minutes were jumped by Bemstroms ice period to 12:38 in Mondays overtime win over the Sabres. He notched his first career NHL points because individual. He has averaged only 49 seconds of power play time in his three NHL games on the point, however if he could continue to make John Tortorellas hope, there could be a opportunity on a poor Blue Jackets electricity play for your 20-year-old who posted 23 goals and 35 points in 47 games as a 19-year-old in Swedens top professional league final season. Contemplating Columbus scoring woes, there is a chance for Bemstrom to maximize his character if he could continue to produce. For tonight, Ill search for him and Jenner to team up for a few low-owned generation on this Blue Jackets next line.
W — Jakob Silfverberg (ANH) — $6,200 vs. CBJ
The Ducks are just another team struggling to score at the present time, however they also receive a wonderful chance to get things sorted out against whats been a fighting goaltender to the beginning the year and a team that has allowed 4.67 goals per match to begin the season, or even 14 goals against in that time. After Bobrovsky departed at no service, GM Jarmo Kekalainen determined against upgrading his goaltending situation, instead handing the keys to five-season backup Joonas Korpisalo whos still just 25 years old. The issue is Korpisalo has published a GAA of 2.88 or worse in each of the previous four seasons and a rescue percentage of simply .897 in each of the last two. In two starts this year, Korpisalo has enabled seven goals, good to get a 3.45 GAA and .851 Sv%. Hes significantly underperformed for a while and is getting shelled this year, although perhaps he had the upside. Input Silfverberg who is coming from a 24-goal year with what has been a bad Ducks crime last season. Hes off to a nice start again this time around with a goal and an assist on nine shots across four games. Hes hockey on the second line and high power play unit and I will look for him to return on the scoresheet in a favorable road matchup tonight.
W — Rickard Rakell (ANH) — $6,000 vs. CBJ
Rakell exploded for 33 targets from the 2016-17 season and followed up with 34 more along with a career-high 69 points the next season, nevertheless he reverted to only 18 goals and 43 points while missing some time . At his best, Rakell actually is a 30-goal scorer who can quickly eclipse the 200-shot obstruction (he had a career-high 230 in 2017-18), but he will need some assistance from the hockey gods as his shooting percentage fell to only 9.3% last year, well below his 12.6% livelihood mark. Rakell is once again putting tons of pucks on goal this year with 16 shots across four games. However, with just 1 goal to reveal it, he still sits with a tiny 6.3percent shooting percentage, one that is going to increase considerably moving forward. Lets look for this to being tonight against this Blue Jackets club. After all, Rakell fired the Penguins a whopping eight shots on goal, but of course went unrewarded for his effort. Its safe to say that in case the Swede can approach that mark tonight, Rakell ought to have his second goal of the seaso, at the least. Im enjoying the upside he brings to the table in this 1 tonight.
D — Rasmus Dahlin (BUF) — $6,300 vs. FLA
I am completing this lineup with a couple defensemen that are probably high-owned by a standpoint that is skaters , beginning here using Dahlin. It did not take him over one time to shoot over the dream defenseman to utilize with this Buffalo team as hes the only defenseman on the Sabres top power play unit now, supplanting Rasmus Ristolainen while forming a three-man power drama pile using Eichel and Reinhart. Right off I am a fan of this as the Panthers have killed just 71.4percent of their penalties up to now, going 5 to 7 in the process. Meanwhile, the Sabres power play has gotten off to some white-hot beginning as they have gone a whopping 8 for 15 (53.3%) to the man advantage to this stage in the year, good for second in the NHL supporting the New York Rangers whove played just two matches and are just 3 for 5 on the man advantage. Dahlin is off to a start this year because he has one goal and seven points albeit with 2 blocks and five shots. Hes averaging only 18:36 of ice time a game but Dahlin is doing significant harm on the power play coming to the individual advantage. Expect more of the same from the Swede tonight.
D — Seth Jones (CBJ) — $5,600 vs. ANH
Im finishing the skater portion of my lineup together with Jones who should see lots of possession tonight, no matter how the guy is an absolute monster on the rear end and so will be logging a ton of ice time. I thought about using Zach Werenski in this spot as he might possibly form another device power-play mini-stack with Bemstrom if he had been to get on that unit, nevertheless using the Ducks killing penalties at over 92% in the first going Im just concerned about even strength play on behalf of the Blue Jackets tonight along with Jones is skating roughly four more minutes per match than Werenski. Hes seven blocks of average ice time per hape across 25:48 and just nine shots on target one second under the 25:49 he dropped for each last year. In other words, dont expect much of a drop in usage for your 25-year-old moving forward. Jones 57 points on 249 shots in 2017-18, nevertheless expect him to fall somewhere in the middle that year and regressed a little to 46 points and nine goals last year. It will not hurt that hes the lone defenseman on the very best power play unit, however Im more eager to find out what he can perform on the ice whereas still with Jenner and Bemstrom tonight.
G — Thomas Greiss (NYI) — $8,100 vs. CAR
After Semyon Varlamov started the third and very first games of the season, establishing an early 50/50 blueprint in 30, thomas Greiss should get the start tonight. Furthermore, Greiss had to relieve Varlamov from the Islanders 5-2 loss to the Oilers on Tuesday since Varlamov was shelled in that one anticipate Greiss between the pipes tonight. The netminder was brilliant in his start this season — a 4-1 win over the Jets. He stands as the only goaltender to maintain the Jets in a match this season and turned 35 of 36 Winnipeg shots aside. Add this up and Greiss possesses a 1.32 GAA and .955 Svpercent over the young age — a continuation of what was a brilliant season a year past. Even with Robin Lehner getting the majority of the notoriety, Greiss was outstanding in posting a 2.28 GAA and .927 Sv% across 39 starts and 43 appearances in 2018-19. He had five shutout to his title in these 39 starts. This is a GPP look contemplating the Islanders are large +150 underdogs. Given his job all of last season and his job this year, I really dont understand Greiss steal one on the street for his club and can not enter Raleigh.

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