Wednesday Fantasy Hockey Tips – NHL Picks, Matchups, and More

The Lightning and Kings slip into their stretchy pants one day earlier than expected, and members of every other NHL hockey team will be on the ice for Thanksgiving Eve in the United States. It's packed with pre-holiday drama, riveting storieslines and plenty of drama.

Will the Devils win 14 more games against a vaunted Maple Leafs team to extend their winning streak? Will the Flyers stop their seven-game Washington losing streak? Are the Flyers ready to make a comeback? Seth Jones Was it enough to lift the Stars in the home of the defenders' hometown struggling Blackhawks over the Stars? (Probably not.) Is the Sabres ready for two more mini-wins against the Blues, after their crushing win over the Canadiens on the previous night? (Once again, it'll be hard. This is just one example.

Get ready for the most important day of the league's schedule – and don't forget to put your best foot forward in fantasy hockey – before every NHL arena closes on Thursday.


Favorable scoring matchups

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7 p.m. FLA Live Arena Watch live on ESPN+

The Bruins aren't perfect on the road, but they still appear to be comfortable and confident winning away from TD Garden (6-2). They were the only NHL team that has averaged at least four goals per game in each of their four previous seasons. The B's have five goals in their past. Andrei Vasilevskiy As it was in Tampa's win Monday (5-3), Patrice Bergeron Co. may be able to sneak in a few more behind Spencer Knight. The defense of the Panthers remains a work-in progress, even though they have scored. You can play your favorite fantasy Bruins, such as Jake DeBruskHot and underrated:

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10 p.m., Honda Center, Watch live on ESPN+

The Rangers will be starting after a 5-3 win in L.A. Jaroslav Halak In place of No. 1 Igor Shesterkin. The veteran backup, who has yet to win any game, is having a very slow launch in 2022-2223. They have a record of.883SV% and 3.22 GAA. The Ducks allow a league-worst 4.30 goals/game for November. New York won the last meeting between these two teams in mid-October with a 6-4 win. To me, this doesn't sound like a low-scoring affair. The Rangers' “kids”, I love, are my favorite. Kaapo Kakko, Filip Chytil, Alexis Lafreniere – In this tilt.

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10 p.m. Ball Arena Watch live on ESPN+

This is a battle between the league's ninth-ranked offense and the 30th-ranked defence; the best power play against second-worst penalties kill; a team which's 7-1 in eight of their previous eight games, in competition with a club still struggling to find consistency in all positions. The Canucks, who have proven themselves capable of giving up multiple goals every night, could be doing the same in Colorado this Wednesday. Advantage: Avalanche offense.

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7 p.m. Nationwide Arena Watch live on ESPN+

The Blue Jackets won 6-4 with 10 goals from these two teams. In addition, the Sabres are hammering the Canadiens with a 7-2 win. This happened just 24 hours ago. Play your fantasy Jackets. Play your fantasy Habs. Maybe only outside the internet.

Fantasy forwards of the mid-tier

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Artturi Lehkonen, Colorado Avalanche (Rostered at 61.4% ESPN.com leagues). The top-line winger has returned to scoring form. Aside Nathan MacKinnon And Mikko RantanenLehkonen has a seven-game streak of points, which includes four goals and four assists. If you add a lot more shots, that equates to a remarkable average of 3.0 fantasy goals per game in ESPN.com standard leagues.

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T.J. Oshie, Washington Capitals (33.1%): Oshie is still a possibility to suit up on Wednesday, despite having lost nearly a month due to a lower body injury. Oshie's health has improved since Monday when he was fully involved in practice. Skating on a scoring line is expected with Evgeny Kuznetsov Top power play with Alex OvechkinOshie has solid chances of scoring points against the Flyers. Be sure to verify that Oshie is playing before you put him in your fantasy lineup.

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Forwards in Deep league/Daily Fantasy Value

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Blake Coleman, Calgary Flames (5.0%): Skating on a forward-looking line Jonathan Huberdeau And Mikael BacklundColeman has five goals, two assists and a goal in his last two contests. I'll take the former Lightning/Devil to be an outlying fantasy asset in the Penguins' not-unknown territory of Pittsburgh.

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Jordan Eberle, Seattle Kraken (8.0%): The veteran winger, who has four goals and three assists in five home games, is making the most out of his plum assignment with center Matty Beniers. Eberle is in a great place to score against, it's no doubt. Kaapo Kahkonen Climate Pledge Arena, where Sharks are welcome.

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Mid-tier fantasy defensemen

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Mark Giordano, Toronto Maple Leafs (38.5%): The Leafs have decided to take some revenge on the Devils by trying to prevent them from winning their franchise-record 14th straight after their overtime loss last week, which was a 3-2 score. My fantasy-driven appreciation for the veteran, puck-moving defenseman increases. He's expected to get more meaningful minutes in replacing. Morgan Rielly (IR), on Toronto's most powerful power play. Managers who are open to looking at the long-term should be aware that Rielly's new knee injury will mean that Rielly will miss some time. Giordano blocks more shots than usual these day.

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Deep league/Daily Fantasy defensemen

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J.J. Moser, Arizona Coyotes (12.6%): The Swiss Sophomore has been able to earn a single assist in six of his previous contests, the other two helpers being added as an extra skater. Even with Jakob Chychrun Moser spent more than 24 minutes back on the defensive in Monday's close shootout loss to Nashville.

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Goalies

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Jake Oettinger (projected), Dallas Stars (98.0%): November's Blackhawks average 1.44 goals per game. In his three previous starts, Oettinger has only allowed one pair. This was against the Avalanche Panthers and Islanders.

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Logan Thompson, Vegas Golden Knights (88.7%): In their two previous games, the Senators scored only one goal. They lost both. The No. The No. 1 Golden Knights' has lost just three out of thirteen starts this year, and only once in a month. Thompson stopped 46 of Ottawa's shots, except for four in the club's 5-4 win over his club on Nov. I suggest that he wins the victory again, but this time at home. Halting Tim Stutzle He's been a tremendous player and will play a key role in the defense of Vegas.

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Bench 'em

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Other than Patrick Kane Seth Jones and Seth Jones – if Seth Jones is indeed back on the ice in Dallas, you can bench your Blackhawks instead of looking at other options for this date. The Stars are defending well and they are not scoring much.

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