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Where to Play:
Nowhere!!! With only one game tonight there will be no Daily Fantasy Hockey action tonight. However tomorrow has a huge slate of games and the place to play is over at Draft Kings. They have a HUGE GPP on Saturday. It is $109 to enter, but first place takes home a cool $5K. In total, it has $25K in prize money. Top-50 get paid, with the lowest payout at $187.50.
The other site I like is Fan Throwdown. I am just a fan of the site, with its ease of use and quick payouts. If you listened to our show yesterday, we had Jonathan from Fan Throwdown on the show with us, and he is just a really good guy. Their goal is to make your Daily Fantasy experience as enjoyable as possible and they are doing everything they can to back it up. If you didn’t listen to our show, what is your problem!! LOL. Check it out daily at 5pm, always lot’s of great information.
Last Night’s Picks:
1. Phil Kessel- Phil the Thrill finally got his first goal of the year, and it couldn’t have come at a better time. He scored the game winner on the power play with less than five minutes left in the game and also added 4 shots on goal for a cool 5.6 FP in most formats.
2. Martin St. Louis- Martin picked up a pair of assists to go along with 2 PIM and 2 SOG for 5.8 FP in most formats.
3. Ilya Kovalchuk- Kovy had a goal and an assist, as well as 5 SOG for 7 FP.
Well, I don’t have any picks for tonight with no Daily Fantasy Hockey games on the docket for this evening. We have 12 games on Saturday and here are my top picks for them.
1. Patrick Marleau- San Jose has lost three straight after starting the year on fire. They get a juicy matchup at home against Phoenix, who just got destroyed by Chicago. Marleau has 14 points in ten games this year, and I’d be shocked if he doesn’t pick up at least two in this one.
2. Daniel Sedin- Sedin only has 8 points in ten games, and the Canucks haven’t really gotten it going offensively yet this year, but I love this matchup with Calgary. The Flames will have backup Leland Irving in net- don’t let yesterday’s win against Columbus fool you. The Canucks should roll, and the line of Sedin-Sedin-Kassian (sounds like a law firm) should do a lot of damage.
3. Thomas Vanek- Buffalo’s goal-tending is awful right now, so their offense has to score a lot of goals, with Vanek doing his part. He leads the league with 21 points while also leading in goals with 10. He is on fire, and the Islanders will not be the ones to put out the flame. Expect at least two points from Vanek in this one.