FanDuel NHL DFS Picks – October 11th

Last nights FanDuel NHL DFS selections were exceptional and got us deep into profit land on a enormous slate.
A Winnipeg Jets pile that somehow went possessed than Id anticipated headed the night. Mark Scheifele, Patrik Laine and Blake Wheeler were all owned at 5 percent or below my GPPs using Laine and Wheeler equally at 3.6% possessed. I take that in addition to the monster generation they put forth. Laine led the way with a night, scoring two goals, adding two assists, shooting four shots on target and obstructing one. Wheeler was up with a goal, an assist, two shots plus also a block. Scheifele notched two assists, two blocks and a shot on goal. Eye-popping manufacturing from this trio.
Our three-man Blackhawks heap did well at small ownership. Dylan Strome a goal and an assist Erik Gustafsson, on two shots listed two blocks and an assist while Alex DeBrincat registered a help along with a shot on target. Production here too.
Our Blues mini-stack did not get on the scoresheet. If they did, we could have taken some GPPs down. However, they were duds while Vince Dunn was solid at tallying four shots on target to cooperate with a pair of cubes since Robby Fabbri listed three shots.
Ultimately, Connor Hellebuyck was again very good from the Jets crease, turning aside 38 of 40 Minnesota Wild shots en route to a 5-2 win — his second game in the win column.
Let us take the achievement of last night and search for more about tonights slate that is smaller!
C — Jack Eichel (BUF) — $8,400 vs. FLA
Yes, Eichel is currently going to see plenty of possession in this one I have distinction that we could use him and that lineup is much far more of an optimal lineup as opposed to strictly money or GPP. With how that guy is moving right now Im not sure we would like to hazard the fade because he torched the Montreal Canadiens. In that game, Eichel added two assists on goal with a whopping eight shots and scored two goals. That gives him three goals and four helpers for seven points about 12 shots on his last 3 games. In fact, all of his points this year have come on home ice, so I dont understand why we must expect that to prevent tonight contrary to this Florida Panthers team. The hope in Florida was that Joel Quenneville united with highly-paid goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky would greatly improve the groups 28th-ranked defense against a season ago, but that hasnt been the case because the Panthers have allowed 4.67 goals per match this season through three games, or 14 goals allowed in three games. Bobrovsky sits with a 4.77 GAA and .859 Svpercent in three starts on the year. A player isnt on this slate that could give us the identical flooring that Eichel can deliver with his shot totals, therefore I am locking him in tonight.
C — Boone Jenner (CBJ) — $4,400 vs. ANHs
Anaheim Ducks and the Columbus Blue Jackets get together tonight as a couple of teams that have struggled to score from the early going. The Jackets have only scored seven goals in three games this season — or even 2.33 goals per match — however they could find a boost in this one as copy Ryan Miller is expected to get the start tonight after John Gibson started last nights 2-1 loss in Pittsburgh. Gibson has started all four of the Ducks games to search to get into this game and I believe that opens a doorway to the Blue Jackets offense in this one. Miller is coming off a season in which he submitted a decent 2.76 GAA and .912 Sv% over 17 starts and 20 appearances. However, at 39 years old, you have to wonder how much hes left in the tank after some large usage with the Buffalo Sabres. Ill go with a GPP-aimed pile in this particular one, beginning here with Jenner. The hard-nosed pivot is currently centering the team line right now, and he is not getting much in terms of power play time. However, despite hitting the scoresheet Jenner has captured 11 shots in just three games and has scored at least 16 targets in a couple of the three seasons. Hes going to get on with how much he likes the puck and also I believe theres nice significance on him tonight.
W — Sam Reinhart (BUF) — $6,200 vs. FLA
The Sabres best line is doing lots of harm right now for example youngster Victor Olofsson, but I will proceed with Reinhart here since his hot start has dropped off the film a bit despite putting up two goals and five points on nine shots around four matches to this stage. Hes a for the Sabres as he is notched between 22 and 25 objects in 3 of the previous four seasons. That saidhe had a significant season when he posted a career-high, definitely, 65 points in 82 games. The Sabres arent very deep in the forward spot, and Reinharts lineup is being leaned on heavily as hes averaged a whopping 20:35 of ice time so far — a large number to get a winger. He will enter this one having a point in every game this year while the two his goals came from the Sabres blowout win over New Jersey at home Saturday. Reinhart is a successful and dependable point-producer on this Sabres crime and contemplating what hes up against in one of the worst defensive teams in the league on this point in the young age, I will see another huge night on the horizon to the still-23-year-old.
W — Emil Bemstrom (CBJ) — $3,000 vs. ANH
Here is the point where the legitimate GPP distinction comes from as Bemstrom lines up alongside Jenner on the Blue Jackets third line with this particular matchup tonight against the Travels. Bemstrom logged just over two minutes from his NHL debut a week ago from the Maple Leafs after which logged more than 10 minutes in his next match on Saturday against the Penguins. However, Bemstroms ice time jumped more than just two full minutes in Mondays overtime victory over the Sabres. He notched his first career NHL points in that one — a power play assist. He has averaged just 49 seconds of play time at his three NHL games to this point, nevertheless if he can continue to make John Tortorellas trust, there might be a opportunity on a bad Blue Jackets power play to the 20-year-old who posted 23 goals and 35 points in 47 games since a 19-year-old in Swedens top professional league final year. Contemplating Columbus scoring woes, there is an opportunity for Bemstrom if he could continue to produce to increase his character. For instance, Ill look for him and Jenner to group up for some low-owned production on that Blue Jackets line.
W — Jakob Silfverberg (ANH) — $6,200 vs. CBJ
The Ducks are another group struggling to score at the present time, nevertheless they too get a great chance to get things sorted out against what has been a fighting goaltender to the start the season and a team that has allowed 4.67 goals per match to begin the season, or 14 goals contrary to that time. After Bobrovsky departed at no service, GM Jarmo Kekalainen decided against updating his goaltending position, instead handing the keys to five-season copy Joonas Korpisalo whos still only 25 years old. The problem is Korpisalo has posted a GAA of 2.88 or more worse in each of the last four seasons along with a rescue percent of just .897 in each of the previous two. In two starts this year, Korpisalo has allowed seven goals, good to get a 3.45 GAA and .851 Sv%. Hes significantly underperformed for some time and is getting shelled this year, although Maybe he had the upside. Input Silfverberg whos coming from a 24-goal season with what has been a poor Ducks offense last season. He is off to a nice start again now with a goal and an assist on nine shots around four games. He is skating on the second line and top power play unit and I will search for him to get right back on the scoresheet in a favorable road matchup tonight.
W — Rickard Rakell (ANH) — $6,000 vs. CBJ
Rakell burst for 33 targets from the 2016-17 period and followed that up with 34 more along with a career-high 69 points the next season, however he regressed to only 18 goals and 43 points while missing a few time . In his best, Rakell truly is a 30-goal scorer who can easily eclipse the 200-shot barrier (he had a career-high 230 at 2017-18), however he will need some assistance from the baseball gods because his shooting percentage fell to just 9.3percent last year, well under his 12.6% livelihood mark. Rakell is once again placing loads of pucks on goal this season with 16 shots around four matches. But with just one goal to reveal this, he still sits with a little 6.3percent shooting percentage, one that will increase appreciably moving ahead. Lets look for this to being tonight contrary to this Blue Jackets club. After all, Rakell fired a whopping eight shots on goal to the Penguins, but of course went unrewarded for his effort. Its safe to state that if the Swede can even approach that mark tonight, Rakell must have his second aim of the seaso, at least. Im enjoying.
D — Rasmus Dahlin (BUF) — $6,300 vs. FLA
I am completing this lineup with a couple probably high-owned defensemen from a standpoint that is skaters , beginning here with Dahlin. It didnt take him over one season to take over the fantasy defenseman to use with this Buffalo team as he is the lone defenseman on the Sabres top power play unit at this point, supplanting Rasmus Ristolainen while forming a three-man power drama pile using Eichel and Reinhart. Right off Im a fan of the because the Panthers have murdered just 71.4% of their penalties up to now, going 5 to 7 in the process. The Sabres power play is now off to a white-hot start as theyve gone a whopping 8 to 15 (53.3%) to the man advantage for this point in the year, good for second in the NHL supporting the New York Rangers whove played just two matches and are just 3 to 5 on the man advantage. Because he has just one goal and seven points albeit with five shots and two blocks dahlin is off to a superb start this year. He is averaging just 18:36 of ice time per game but Dahlin is doing harm on the power play five of his seven points coming on the individual advantage. Expect the same in the smooth-skating Swede tonight.
D — Seth Jones (CBJ) — $5,600 vs. ANH
Im completing my lineups skater part together with Jones who must see a lot of possession tonight, no matter how the guy is logging a bunch of ice time and is an absolute beast on the rear end. I thought of using Zach Werenski inside this area as he might possibly form another unit power-play mini-stack using Bemstrom if he were to get on that unit, nevertheless with all the astronomically killing penalties at over 92 percent in the first going I am just concerned about even strength play behalf of the Blue Jackets tonight and Jones is skating approximately four more minutes per match than Werenski. He has seven blocks of ice time each hape throughout 25:48 and one assist in three matches, but in addition nine shots on target , one second under the 25:49 he averaged for a lot of last season. Dont expect much of a drop in usage for your 25-year-old moving. Jones regressed a bit to nine goals and 46 points last season and 57 points on 249 shots in 2017-18, however expect him to likely fall that year. It doesnt hurt that hes the defenseman on the power play unit, however I am more eager to find out what he can perform at strength on the ice whereas still with Jenner and Bemstrom tonight.
G — Thomas Greiss (NYI) — $8,100 vs. CAR
Following Semyon Varlamov started the games of this year, setting an early 50/50 blueprint in 30, thomas Greiss should get the start tonight. Whats more, Greiss really had to relieve Varlamov from the Islanders 5-2 loss to the Oilers on Tuesday since Varlamov was shelled in that one, so anticipate Greiss between the pipes tonight. The netminder has been brilliant in his start this season — a 4-1 win over the Jets. 35 of 36 Winnipeg shots turned away and stands alone to maintain the Jets in a game this season. Add it up and Greiss possesses a 1.32 GAA and .955 Svper cent over the young age — a continuation of that which was a brilliant year a year past. Even with Robin Lehner getting most of the notoriety, Greiss was excellent in posting a 2.28 GAA and .927 Svpercent across 39 begins and 43 looks in 2018-19. He had five shutout into his title in those 39 begins. Now, this is definitely a GPP look thinking of the Islanders are large +150 underdogs. Still, given his work all of last season and his work this season, I really dont see why Greiss steal one tonight and cant enter Raleigh.

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