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FanDuel NHL: Sunday Goals

FanDuel NHL: Sunday Goals


This article is part of ours FanDuel NHL series

This article is part of our FanDuel NHL series.

PRIVATE VIEW OF THE FLOOR

There are six games in the NHL on Sunday as the Stars are in Philly to take on the tired Flyers. Vancouver travels to Boston after both teams play on Saturday, while the Sharks and Wild are both rested. The Coyotes and Rangers meet after being in action yesterday, while Washington will play in Tampa after playing on Friday. Winnipeg will try to shake off a loss to Calgary on Saturday against a Seattle team that saw its five-game winning streak end on Friday. Below are suggested options for creating an effective byline.

DOORS

Marc-André Fleury, MIN vs. SJ ($7,600): After a terrible start to the season with 11 goals on 49 shots in his first two games, Fleury has been hot of late, going 6-2-1 with a 2.08 GAA in his last nine. The Sharks are 4-9-3 and have scored just 44 goals so far, leaving Fleury in a prime spot to get another win with a decent salary.

Igor Shesterkin, NYR vs. ARI ($7,900): Shesterkin is 7-2-2 with a 2.53 GAA and a .909 save percentage. He snapped a two-game losing streak Thursday and heads into Sunday a perfect 2-0-0 in his career against the Coyotes, including a 3-2 win at Arizona on Oct. 30. winning performance, still a solid play.

PLAYS OF VALUE

Kaapo KakoNYR vs. ARI ($4,400): Kakko scored three goals and seven points. He didn’t find the back of the net earlier in the season when the two teams met, but he did get a pair of goals last season in their only meeting. Kakko is logging second-unit power play time and is shooting the puck more than the previous three seasons with a 1.94 shot average. The 2019 No. 2 pick has seen his ice time increase to a career-high 15:57.

Jared McCannSEA vs. WPG ($5,200): McCann returned to action Friday after missing three games with a lower-body injury. He has three goals and eight points in 12 starts and sees six splits in regular-strength situations while skating with the first man advantage, four points over the second.

Dylan GuentherARI to NYR ($3,900): Guenther has played quite well in his rookie campaign with three goals and seven points. The 19-year-old has stayed with the Coyotes beyond nine games to write off a year on his entry-level contract. Guenther lines up Clayton Keller i Barrett Hayton in the top three, while averaging 2:11 per game on the power play. He snapped a four-game pointless drought on Saturday with a goal in Jersey.

Sonny MilanoWAS vs. TB ($3,700): Milano had a rough time in training camp as Calgary released him after signing a PTO. He was picked up by Washington and was recalled after five AHL games where he recorded two goals and one assist. Since being promoted, Milano has picked up four points, including two off sacks while picking up an assist against the Bolts on Friday. He is also receiving top six and posted 3:40 PP time last outing.

FRONT LINE STACKS

Bruins vs. Canucks

Brad Marchand (W – $8,200), Patrice Bergeron (C – $7,200), Jake DeBrusk (W – $7,100)

While more expensive than the Lightning line below, the Bruins’ top unit will be worth the stack. Marchand has bounced back from offseason hip surgery with four goals and 10 points in just seven games. Bergeron scored a pair of goals in Saturday’s win against Buffalo to give him seven on the year and increase his point total to 14. DeBrusk had five goals and 11 points, all three being integral in the game of main power The Canucks, meanwhile, have given up an average of 4.07 goals this season.

Lightning against capitals

Steven Stamkos (C – $9,100), Nick Paul (C – $5,000), Alex Killorn (W – $4,500)

The Lightning have scored just three goals in their last two games and are playing the second half of a home-and-home series against Washington. Tempers flared on Friday when Nicolas Aube-Kubel lightning struck Cal Foote with an illegal head control. Look for the Lightning to go out on a mission Sunday, with Paul and Killorn getting back on the score sheet recently. Stamkos has not found the back of the net in his last nine after starting with seven in his first five. Paul and Killorn represent great values, with Killorn also seeing second power play minutes.

DEFENSE

Erik Karlsson, SJ to MIN ($8,000): Karlsson saw his six-game point streak come to an end on Friday, but he’s been truly incredible this season with 10 goals and 21 points while participating in 47.7 percent of the Sharks’ scoring this season. He is tied for sixth in NHL scoring, a feat for a defenseman.

Addison is needed, MIN vs. SJ ($4,800): Addison has posted eight assists and the Wild’s top quarterback. Six of his eight points have come on the man advantage, while averaging 4:14.

The authors of this article may play in daily fantasy contests, including, but not limited to, games about which they have provided recommendations or advice in this article. In the course of playing these games with their personal accounts, they may use players in their lineups or other strategies that differ from the recommendations they have provided above. The recommendations in this article do not necessarily reflect the opinions of RotoWire. Michael Finewax plays in daily fantasy contests with the following accounts: FanDuel: finny_flyers, DraftKings: michaelfinewa-19CVH.



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