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NHL DFS Picks & Top Stacks | March 21
Salaries come from DraftKings
Vancouver Canucks Line 1: Andrei Kuzmenko, Elias Pettersson, Anthony Beauvillier ($18,600)
This line has a great matchup at five-on-five against the Vegas Golden Knights depth lines, with two-thirds of the line also on the top power play unit. The Canucks have a 3.1 total at home against Vegas, and while the Stokastic Top Stacks Tool only gives them a 4.6% chance of being a top-2 stack, they are expected to have low ownership at only 1.7%.
Calgary Flames Line 1: Andrew Mangiapane, Elias Lindholm, Tyler Toffoli ($15,700)
This line has great shot-generation numbers at five-on-five and an elite matchup against the Anaheim Ducks, who are one of the most giving defensive teams in the league. All three players on this line have attempted an average of four shots over the last five games, making them a solid mid-tier option for tonight’s slate.
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Josh Morrissey, Winnipeg Jets ($6,800)
Morrissey played nearly 30 minutes last game and is projected for over 26 minutes in Stokastic’s NHL DFS projections. He also has top power play duties against the Arizona Coyotes, who lead the league in times shorthanded for the season and have just a 76% penalty kill, one of the lowest marks in the league. Despite his strong projection, Morrissey is expected to have under 10% ownership, making him a valuable option to consider.
Jordan Gross, Nashville Predators ($2,800)
Gross played over 19 minutes in his first game back with the Predators and should get some secondary power play time. He averages over 12 shot attempts per 60 minutes and has a healthy road total of 3.1 implied goals against the Sabres. Stokastic’s NHL DFS projections also consider him to be one of the top values for tonight’s slate.
Filip Gustavsson, Minnesota Wild ($7,300)
Gustavsson is projected for just under 29 saves tonight on the road against the Devils and has been excellent this season. He also has a low price in a high-upside spot, making him a great option to consider in lineups.