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The current Stanley Cup Champ is 7-1-1 in his last nine games and he owns a .918 save % on the season. The lowly Sabres own the league’s 24th ranked road offense and the Blues are listed as massive -210 favorites on home-ice so Binnington is an elite play in all formats.
The former Stanley Cup Champ is 4-1 in his last five games and the Kings and their 27th-ranked road offense is playing their third-game in four-nights which is not a good situation for them. The Knights are listed as huge -260 home favorites this evening so lock and load the Flower in all formats.
TEAMS TO TARGET
VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS
Like I said above, this is a horrible spot for the Kings and they also own the league’s 25th road defense. Max Pacioretty has been firing pucks on net like crazy lately as he has three goals and 18 shots in his last three games and Reilly Smith has three goals, one assist, 11 shots, and four blocks in his last four. William Karlsson, Alex Tuch, and Shea Theodore complete the top PP unit for the Knights.
NEW YORK RANGERS
The Rangers own the league’s 10th-ranked offense and the Devils are ranked 30th in defense. Superstar Artemi Panarin two goals, eight assists and 20 shots in his last five games and Ryan Strome has four goals and four assists in his last five. Mika Zibanejad, Chris Kreider and Tony DeAngelo complete the top PP unit.
The young Swedish defense-man is currently playing on the top line and the #1 PP unit for the Hawks while averaging 21.5 minutes of ice-time during the last three games where he has a goal, two assists, five shots, and three blocks. Boqvist is an excellent value play at minimal prices on both sites.
The veteran winger is now a member of the Montreal Canadiens and he was impressive in his first two games as he recorded three assists, five shots in two blocks while playing on the top line and the top PP unit. Kovalchuk’s price has increased a bit but he is still ridiculously cheap on both sites.
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