NHL DFS: Point Shot Cheat Sheet - 8/12






Nathan MacKinnon (COL) Elias Pettersson (VAN)

Alex Ovechkin (WSH)

Alex Pietrangelo (STL) Shea Weber (MTL) Alex Edler (VAN)


Bo Horvat (VAN) Nazem Kadri (COL)

Brendan Gallagher (MTL) Taylor Hall (ARI) Vlad Tarasenko (STL)

Quinn Hughes (VAN) Jeff Petry (MTL)


Brayden Schenn (STL) Nick Suzuki (MTL) Jean-Gabriel Pageau (NYI)

Jakub Vrana (WSH) Jonathan Drouin (MTL) Clayton Keller (ARI)

Oliver Ekman-Larsson (ARI) Justin Faulk (STL) Ian Cole (COL)

Favorite Line Stacks

*Note: Lines are subject to change depending on morning skate lines. Revert to the chat and/or look for updates here for any impact they may have.

New York Islanders

Lee - Barzal - Eberle

St. Louis Blues

Schwartz - Schenn - Tarasenko

Montreal Canadiens

Tatar - Suzuki - Gallagher

Value Line Stacks

Arizona Coyotes

Garland - Stepan - Keller

Washington Capitals

Vrana - Backstrom - Oshie

Top Goalies

Carey Price (MTL) - As Price goes, the Canadiens go and he was dominant in the qualifying series against Pittsburgh. We've seen it time and time again in the playoffs if you can get a hot goaltender you have a very good chance to go far and that's what the Habs have right now.

Jordan Binnington (STL) - Much like most of the other teams during the round-robin, St. Louis basically sleepwalked through three games and Binnington was not good. Plain and simple. I expect him and the Blues to be much better as they've clearly been battle-tested while the younger Canucks might not be quite ready.

Semyon Varlamov (NYI) - I like the Isles chances to hang with Washington and potentially upset them in this series. A lot of that will depend on the opening contest here tonight and Varlamov at $7200 brings some solid value.