FanDuel NHL DFS Picks – October 11th

Last nights FanDuel NHL DFS selections made us deep into gain land on a 11-game slate that is huge and were excellent.
A Winnipeg Jets pile that went lower possessed than Id expected headed the night. Mark Scheifele, Patrik Laine and Blake Wheeler were owned at 5% or under my GPPs using Laine and Wheeler equally at 3.6% owned. I will gladly take that in addition to the monster manufacturing they set forth. Laine led the way scoring two objects, adding two assists, shooting four shots on target and blocking one too. Wheeler was up having a goal, an assist, two shots and a block. Ultimately, Scheifele notched two blocks, two assists and a shot. Eye-popping production in this trio.
Our three-man Blackhawks pile did well at small ownership. While Alex DeBrincat registered an assist along with a shot on 30, dylan Strome a goal and an assist on 2 shots, Erik Gustafsson listed an assist and two blocks. Production here too.
Our economical Blues mini-stack did not get despite the Blues scoring six goals against the Senators on the scoresheet. If they did, then we might have taken down some GPPs. They were duds since Robby Fabbri listed three shots while Vince Dunn was strong in tallying four shots to go along with a set of blocks.
Finally, Connor Hellebuyck was very good in the Jets crease, turning aside 38 of 40 Minnesota Wild shots en route to a 5-2 triumph — his second straight game in the win column.
Lets take the success of last night and look for more on tonights younger slate!
C — Jack Eichel (BUF) — $8,400 vs. FLA
YesEichel will see loads of ownership in this one, however I have enough GPP differentiation that we could use him and this lineup is much more of the optimal lineup as opposed to strictly GPP or money. Besides, with the way this man is going right now Im not sure we want to hazard the fade because he absolutely torched that the Montreal Canadiens. In that match, Eichel scored two goals and added two assists having a eight shots. This gives him three goals and four helpers for seven points about 12 shots over his final three games. In actuality, all seven of his points this year have come therefore I really dont understand why we should expect it to stop tonight contrary to this Florida Panthers team. The expectation Florida was that Joel Quenneville combined with highly-paid goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky would substantially improve the teams 28th-ranked defense against a year ago, but that hasnt been the situation because the Panthers have allowed 4.67 goals per game this year 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 is not a player with this slate which can give the exact same flooring that Eichel can deliver with his shot totals that are huge, therefore Im locking him at the top of the lineup tonight.
C — Boone Jenner (CBJ) — $4,400 vs. ANHs
Anaheim Ducks and the Columbus Blue Jackets get tonight as a few teams whove struggled to score at the early going. The Jackets have just scored seven goals in three matches this year — or even 2.33 goals per match — nevertheless they could get a increase in this one since backup Ryan Miller is expected to get the start tonight once John Gibson started last nights 2-1 loss in Pittsburgh. Gibson has started all four of these Ducks matches to look to get into this game and I feel that unlocks a doorway to the Blue Jackets offense in this one. Miller is coming off a year in which he published a respectable 2.76 GAA and .912 Sv% across 17 starts and 20 looks. However, at 39 years old, you have to wonder how much he has left with the Buffalo Sabres after some usage. I will go beginning here with Jenner. The hard-nosed pivot is centering the third line right now of the team, and hes not getting much in terms of power play time. Still, despite hitting the scoresheet Jenner has recorded 11 shots in 3 games and has scored at least 16 targets in a couple of the few seasons. With just how much he likes the puck hes going to get about and also I think theres nice worth on him tonight.
W — Sam Reinhart (BUF) — $6,200 vs. FLA
The Sabres top line is doing tons of damage right now including youngster Victor Olofsson, nevertheless I am going to go with Reinhart here since his hot start has dropped off the image a little bit despite setting up two goals and five points on nine shots around four games to this stage. Hes a for the Sabres as he is notched 25 and between 22 objects in three of the four seasons. That saidhe had a season last year when he posted a career-high, by far, 65 points from 82 games. The Sabres are not very deep at the forward position, and Reinharts line is being leaned on heavily since he has averaged a whopping 20:35 of ice time so far — a massive amount for a winger. He will enter this one using a point in each game this year while the two his goals came from the Sabres blowout win over New Jersey in the Saturday. Reinhart is a successful and dependable point-producer with this Sabres crime and contemplating what hes up against in among the worst defensive teams in the league for this point in the young season, I could see another huge night on the horizon for the still-23-year-old.
W — Emil Bemstrom (CBJ) — $3,000 vs. ANH
This is the point where the genuine GPP differentiation comes in as Bemstrom lines up along with Jenner on the Blue Jackets line with this particular matchup tonight against the Ducks. Bemstrom logged just more than two minutes from his NHL debut a week ago against the Maple Leafs and then logged more than 10 minutes in his next match on Saturday against the Penguins. However, over just two full minutes were jumped by Bemstroms ice time in Mondays overtime victory over the Sabres to 12:38. He notched his first career NHL points because individual — a power play aid. Hes averaged just 49 minutes of power play time at his three NHL games on the point, however if he could continue to make John Tortorellas trust, there might be a chance on a bad Blue Jackets power play to your 20-year-old who posted 23 goals and 35 points in 47 games as a 19-year-old in Swedens top professional league last season. Given Columbus early-season scoring woes, theres an opportunity for Bemstrom if he could continue to make to maximize his character. For instance, I will search for him Jenner to group up for some production on that Blue Jackets third line.
W — Jakob Silfverberg (ANH) — $6,200 vs. CBJ
The Ducks are just another team struggling to score in the present time, but they too receive a nice opportunity to get things sorted out from whats been a fighting goaltender to the start the year and a staff that has enabled 4.67 goals per game to begin the year, or 14 goals against in that time. After Bobrovsky departed in free service, GM Jarmo Kekalainen determined against updating his goaltending position, instead handing the keys into five-season backup Joonas Korpisalo who is still only 25 years old. The issue is Korpisalo has published a GAA of 2.88 or even worse in each of the previous four seasons along with a rescue percent of merely .897 at each of the last two. In two starts this season, Korpisalo has seven goals, great for a 3.45 GAA and .851 Sv percent. Perhaps he had the upside, but hes considerably underperformed for a while and is getting shelled this season. Enter Silfverberg who is coming off a 24-goal season with what has been a bad Ducks crime last season. He is off to a nice start again this time round with a goal and an assist on nine shots across four matches. He is skating on the second line and top power play unit and I will look for him to return on the scoresheet at a favorable street matchup tonight.
W — Rickard Rakell (ANH) — $6,000 vs. CBJ
Rakell burst for 33 goals at the 2016-17 period and followed up with 34 more and a career-high 69 points the following season, but he reverted to only 18 goals and 43 points while overlooking some time . At his best, Rakell truly is a 30-goal scorer who can quickly eclipse the 200-shot obstruction (he had a career-high 230 at 2017-18), but he will need some help from the hockey gods as his shooting percentage dropped to just 9.3percent last year, well under his 12.6% career mark. Rakell is once more putting tons of pucks on goal this year with 16 shots across four games. But with just one goal to reveal this, he sits with a little 6.3percent shooting percentage, one that is going to increase appreciably moving ahead. Lets look to being tonight against this Jackets club for this. Rakell fired the Penguins a eight shots on goal, but obviously went unrewarded for his campaign. Its safe to state that in the event the Swede can approach that mark again tonight, Rakell must have his second aim of the youthful seaso, at the least. I am enjoying.
D — Rasmus Dahlin (BUF) — $6,300 vs. FLA
I am completing this lineup with a couple pricey, likely high-owned defensemen by a perspective that is skaters . It did not take him more than 1 time to shoot over the fantasy defenseman to utilize on this Buffalo group because he is the only defenseman in 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 I am a fan of the as the Panthers have murdered just 71.4% of their penalties so far, going 5 for 7 in the process. Meanwhile, the Sabres power play has gotten off to some white-hot start as theyve gone a whopping 8 for 15 (53.3%) to the man advantage for this stage in the season, good for second in the NHL supporting the New York Rangers who have played only two games and are 3 to 5 on the man advantage. Dahlin is off to a start this season as he has just one goal and seven points across four matches, albeit with five shots and two blocks. He is averaging only 18:36 of ice time per game in the tender age of 19, but Dahlin is doing major damage on the power play coming to the individual advantage. Expect more of the same in the smooth-skating Swede tonight.
D — Seth Jones (CBJ) — $5,600 vs. ANH
Im completing the skater portion of my lineup together with Jones who should see a lot of possession tonight, however the man so is logging a huge amount of ice time to the Jackets and is an absolute beast on the back end. I thought of using Zach Werenski inside this area as he might potentially form a second device power-play mini-stack with Bemstrom if he were to get on such a unit, yet using the Ducks killing penalties at around 92 percent in the first going I am just worried about strength play behalf of their Blue Jackets tonight and Jones is skating roughly four minutes per game than Werenski. Hes seven blocks throughout 25:48 of ice time each hape and just nine shots on goal , just one second beneath the 25:49 he averaged for all of last season. In other words, dont expect much of a drop in usage for your 25-year-old moving. Jones 57 points on 249 shots in 2017-18, however expect him to likely fall that season and regressed a little to 46 points and eight goals last season after posting 16 goals. It doesnt hurt that hes the defenseman on the top power play unit, but I am more excited to find out what he could do on the ice while still with Jenner and Bemstrom at strength tonight.
G — Thomas Greiss (NYI) — $8,100 vs. CAR
Thomas Greiss should get the start tonight after Semyon Varlamov started the third and first games of this season, setting an early 50/50 pattern. Whats more, Greiss really had to ease Varlamov from the Islanders 5-2 loss to the Oilers since Varlamov was shelled in that one expect Greiss between the pipes tonight. The veteran netminder was brilliant at his lone start this season. He turned away 35 of 36 Winnipeg shots and stands out as the only goaltender to hold the Jets in a game this season. Add it up and Greiss owns a 1.32 GAA and .955 Svpercent over the young season — a continuation of that which was a brilliant year a year past. Even with Robin Lehner getting most of the notoriety, Greiss was exceptional in submitting a 2.28 GAA and .927 Sv% over 39 begins and 43 looks in 2018-19. He also had five shutout into his title. This is a GPP look thinking about the Islanders are big +150 underdogs from a team that has gone. Given his job all of last season and his work this year, I dont understand Greiss can not enter Raleigh and steal one .

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