Joel Dorcas | January 16th, 2019
Welcome back DFSers, we’ve reached the mid part of the week. Today’s NHL schedule is comprised of five total games, three of which will be broken down here. Colorado/Ottawa, Buffalo/Calgary, and San Jose/Arizona.
Filip Canda | January 16th, 2019
We have the first big deal of this calendar year. Yesterday, the Anaheim Ducks, currently on an 11-game losing skid, swapped forwards with the Dallas Stars. Andrew Cogliano is headed to Dallas and Devin Shore has headed the other direction to California. The deal is a one-for-one (sorry if you are an Oilers fan reading this and we brought you bad memories with that quote).
Joel Dorcas | January 15th, 2019
Good day everyone. A total of 10 games awaits us tonight. The Columbus Blue Jackets host the New Jersey Devils, Florida Panthers at Montreal Canadiens-please note, as of this writing DraftKings has Keith Yandle at the minimum salary, for cash players this makes him an automatic add. Washington Capitals at Nashville Predators, Vegas Golden Knights at Winnipeg Jets and finally the Pittsburgh Penguins visit the San Jose Sharks. Let’s break it down.
Givanni Damico | January 14th, 2019
Core Four Skaters
Jack Eichel (BUF) at EDM
If Cam Talbot, is in goal, I tend to pick against him. He is not confirmed in net yet, but I like Eichel’s odds against any Edmonton goalie. Let’s hope the Sabres can start winning again and get back in the playoff hunt. There is a lot of drive to win right now, so hopefully, Eichel comes through with a solid performance. *Update, as per dailyfaceoff.com, Mikko Koskinen will get the start in goal*
Filip Canda | January 12th, 2019
Not everything has been positive for Patrik Laine in his third season with the Winnipeg Jets. Laine was selected as the second pick overall in the 2016 NHL Draft and has been one of the main stars in the League even though he is still just 20 years old. But this season, it is not a smooth one so far for the Finnish killer.
Sean Tafoya | January 12th, 2019
The trade deadline is fast approaching for the NHL and teams will be looking to stockpile draft picks or make waves to put themselves over the hump for a potential run in June. Here we take a look at the teams vying for playoff positioning, teams who are looking to rebuild, and what they all should do at the NHL trade deadline.