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Wednesday Fantasy Hockey Tips - NHL Picks, Matchups & More

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A different kind of NHL fantasy slate is scheduled for this Wednesday, with scheduled contests for Blues’ second of the season and Winnipeg’s third (Nashville, San Jose and LA already have five each). There are only three, including Talk about your fresh feet. Most managers in traditional leagues fill their lineups with people on their rosters and otherwise leave holes, so the next advice is mainly for Daily Fantasy competitors and streaming flexibility is very It’s true for tall people. Plus the usual annoying goalie chatter.

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Favorable Scoring Matchup

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Goalkeeper Carter Hart is outstanding, a word chosen by John Tortorella! – for the Flyers to start the season. 943 SV%, an impressive .943 SV%, conceding just two goals each in three straight wins. But after Tuesday’s game in Tampa, Hart probably won’t be able to face the Panthers. Felix Sundstrom could be sidelined instead to back up Felix Sundstrom, who not only suffered an injury during the preseason but also has a track record of appearing (losing) in all five of his NHL games. I have. With only three games tapped, Fantasy his forward in Florida could be a bountiful gain.

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The Kraken have already conceded 16 goals in four contests, including a stingy performance from Martin Jones who conceded just one against the Kings. Jones and Philipp Grubauer each allowed him five in splitting his remaining three. The very fresh blues club scored five points in its first and only contest for 2022-23, easily replicating that performance Wednesday in Seattle. Play your favorite fantasy blues across the board.

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Wednesday’s premiere tilt will feature Colorado, which hosts the visiting Jets. Connor Hellebuyck could be in trouble if he starts the first set in a row this week. Winnipeg’s Stanley has not been very good in his Cup recent run in the Champions League. His four goals allowed by Hellebuik against Dallas on Monday don’t add to his confidence either.

Meanwhile, on the other side of the ice, prospective starter Alexander Georgiev is entering new territory by hosting the Jets as Colorado’s new No. 1. around it. If you think so too, put Valery Nichushkin in your Daily Fantasy line-up. The Avs winger is off to a strong start including 4 points on his power play as he recorded 4 goals and 2 assists in just his 3 games.

Mid-tier fantasy forward

Andre Brachowski, LW/RW, Seattle Kraken (66.6%): If Seattle can beat out prospective Blues starter Jordan Binnington, I’d appreciate the possibility of Brakovski joining the scoring action. registered at least one point in each of the five games, and four of the five total games relied on power plays.

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Deep League/Daily Fantasy Value Forward

Kevin Hayes, C, Philadelphia Flyers (5.1%): Centered around a top line and power play against Travis Koneckney, the veteran has at least one assist in Philadelphia’s first three games. His 3 points out of a total of 4 count in extra skaters.haze is always fun precious Fantasy assets when in the groove. like he is now.

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mid-tier fantasy defenseman

Tory Krug, St. Louis Blues (57.4%): Krug, who anchored the Blues’ top power play, scored the first point with an extra skater in Saturday’s victory over the Blue Jackets. I think it’s the first special teams point for Krug this season. Kraken “leads” his NHL in terms of power plays his goals allowed, with 7 goals.

Deep League/Daily Fantasy Value Defenseman

Gustav Forsling, Florida Panthers (18.3%): Florida will need a lot more from the force ring if Aaron Ekblad and Brandon Montour are out of play. has scored 3 points on 9 shots in his last pairing with the Panthers.


Jordan Binnington, St. Louis Blues (71.3%): He’s fresh and the Kraken offense isn’t particularly intimidating.After looking solid in Saturday’s 5-2 win over the Blue Jackets, Binnington should easily escape Seattle for his second win of the season.

Sergei Bobrovski, Florida Panthers (89.5%): Early warning: If coach Paul Morris can pull off four or more of the top six defenders, I’m in favor of Bob, or Spencer Knight if the Panthers choose to do so. Highest win in Tampa in less than 24 hours.But for Ekblad and/or Montour is not Now that I can play, I’m rethinking goaltending in daily fantasy competitions.


Philipp Grubauer, Seattle Kraken (13.3%): Or, if you’re leaving for Seattle instead, Martin Jones. See above: Favorable Scoring Matchups.