FanDuel NHL: Tuesday goals

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This is a Tuesday game of 10 crowded games that you can use a few tricky matches. Rangers in the Devils, Bruins in the Red Wings, Hurricanes in the Sabers and Oilers in the Sharks will be the best options for managers who want to join a high-scoring team that is keen to win.

Maple Leafs, Bruins and Blue Jackets will play their second game in a row, all of which involved travel. The Leafs, in particular, may be in a high-scoring game against the Panthers. Neither team defends well with the injured key defenders of both teams, and the attacks of their elites have to constantly confront each other and change scoring positions.

Goalkeepers

Jeremy SwimmanBOS in DET ($ 8300): Swimman has to start after Linus Ulmark’s last game, and even though the Bruins play their second game in two nights, they have a distinct advantage over the Wings. The Wings are looking to avoid their seventh consecutive game and have scored at least five goals in six games.

Mike SmithEDM in SJ ($ 8000): Smith is still shaky but was very good in his last start in the 32 save against the Ducks. This is his fourth win in six games, while the Sharks have suffered three consecutive defeats and seven defeats in their last 10 games.

VALUE PLAYS

Max IICAR on BUF ($ 4,500): Domi’s tenure with Canes has been very indescribable so far, but he has a chance to be in the top six with Andre Svechnikov on the front wing and Vincent Trocheck in the middle. This may be the most talented line the latter has ever played, and against a team with a 40-year-old starter, it may help him to play on the scoresheet. Even with limited time, the latter has scored three assists in his last four games with a cane.

رم پیتلیکMTL vs. OTT ($ 4,400): Pitlick will play left-wing in the top line against Cole Caffield and Nick Suzuki in the middle. Neither team has much talent, either in defense or in goal, which should be a goal-scoring game. Hobbes has scored in the 2-0-0 season with a 7-2 lead, and Pitlick has scored three points in his last four games.

Frank WatranoNYR in New Jersey ($ 4,100): Watrano has scored 5 goals and provided 2 assists in his last 8 games, and after being in the top six, he has seen a bit more ice time. Chris Kreider and Mika Ziba Nejad have each achieved great success against the devils with 4 points each this season and will be riding in coats and kettles.

Line stacks

Maple leaves in leopards

Aston Matthews (C – $ 10,300), Mitch Marner (W – $ 9600), Michael Bunting (W – $ 5,200)

Matthews is scoring a record-breaking hat-trick, tying Rick Vaio for the most goals in a season. Fatigue should not be a big factor for Leifes’s young forward, and even a defense led by Victor Hedman could not prevent the gates from opening. It has to be a fast-paced, back-and-forth game that taps into the strengths of Matthews and Marner as elite offensive players who are very dangerous in a hurry. A lot of quality stacks will be available and the premium for Matthews is worth it because he and Marner have been very reliable lately.

Wild in hunters

Ryan Hartman (C – $ 6100), Mets Zucarlo (W – $ 7000), Kryl Kaprizov (W – $ 9400)

Hartmann is a potentially valuable game with three assists, and while it is usually a revenge game for Kevin Fiala against his former team, Matthew Boldi’s injury will limit his effectiveness. That leaves Minnesota’s top line remaining and they will face Juuse Saros, who has been on foot for 2022 with a record of 10-10-0 and 0.907 Sv% since February 1.

Defenders

Tony Di AngeloCAR on BUF ($ 6,200): Sabers PK is ranked 26th in the league, which is a boon for attacking defenders like DeAngelo, who also has a superior team. He has three assists in three games with eight shots on goal.

Gustav ForsellingFLA vs. TOR ($ 4,300): Forseling was the most productive defender last week, scoring three goals and five points in three games. He has been very lucky to touch the goal because he has scored only 5 goals in the whole season, but note that in the absence of Aaron Ekblad, the forceful shot has increased in each game and in these three games he has shot 15 shots towards the goal. Is.

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