We're treated to a light slate of two games Tuesday before Wednesday's 15 pre-US Thanksgiving matchups. First, the battle between Atlantic Division rivals will be played, with both teams trying to stay in the projected playoff conversation. The struggling Sabres host the Canadiens in Montreal. After beating the Sharks by 2-1 on Saturday, the Rangers will visit the Kings in the late tilt. They lost 3-2 in overtime to Seattle the previous Thursday.
Favorable scoring matchups
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The Sabres are mired in an eight-game losing streak and have conceded 4.75 goals/game during that terrible, and still growing stretch. Since the beginning of November, no other NHL team has shown greater generosity to opposing skaters. Since Nov. 5, the Canadiens are producing at an acceptable pace with an average 3.57/contest. Montreal's best forward unit, of, ?, and Another scoring line has been enjoying some success lately (rostered in 23.9% ESPN.com leagues). You need to be sure It is actually competing with Before Tuesday's enlistment, Hoffman was a winger. Hoffman was unable to practice Monday due to a lower-body injury sustained over the weekend.
Fantasy forwards of the mid-tier
, (Rostered at 61.1% ESPN.com leagues). Viktor Arvidsson and Viktor Arvidsson center a scoring line Danault has been the Kings most productive forward in recent weeks. He scored two goals and provided five assists in six contests. Any unit that is going to score against the New York starters will be successful. This line has the best odds.
Forwards in Deep league/Daily Fantasy Value
, (2.0%): The 29-year-old veteran is often found in the bottom six, and has scored two goals and three assists in five of his last five games. He's now skating in the scoring line. . The winger has six years of experience competing for San Jose and is not to be overlooked. Goodrow is a great sneaky fantasy pick for me when the Rangers come to L.A.
Barclay Goodrow scores goal against the Coyotes
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Defensemen of Deep League/Daily Fantasy Value
, Montreal Canadiens (3.2%): Matheson skate for almost 24 minutes, scored three goals, received four penalty minutes and blocked two shots in his 2022-23 first healthy game. Scored a goal. This was not a bad season debut. Matheson is a great asset to Daily Fantasy play.
Igor Shesterkin, New York Rangers (99.9%): New York's No. 1. has not lost in regulation on the road this season, sporting a 5-0-1 away, a 2.33 GAA, and.915SV%. In limited career play against Kings, he's a perfect 2-0 with a 1.45 GAA as well as a remarkable.962SV%. Gerard Gallant and Shesterkin will be running together in this club's first mid-week's back to back over No. 2He's your best play in net on Tuesday.
, Los Angeles Kings (26.8%): Only one of the two teams that made it past the quarter-season mark was the Kings (and). They are the only ones to have played 21 games. Even Todd McLellan's team admits feeling tired. The Rangers are yet to win two straight in November, but they have shown incredible determination to make it happen in L.A. today. Quick is still around.