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NHL Plays: Tuesday

by Corey Abbott
Updated On: December 3, 2019, 9:42 am ET

NHL Plays will highlight the best and the most underrated daily fantasy options among forwards, defensemen and goaltenders.  

Please note, these players were chosen early in the day, so make sure to check Rotoworld’s player news for any lineup changes, injuries and potential changes in the crease for starting goaltenders.

Additionally, it is worth reminding everyone that FanDuel allows you to roster nine players (2C, 4W, 2D, 1G) with a salary cap of $55,000, while DraftKings has a cap of $50,000 for nine players (2C, 3W, 2D, 1G, 1UTIL) and Yahoo has a $200 budget for nine players (2C, 3W, 2D, 2G). 

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Tuesday night has 10 games scheduled. 

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Forwards: 

Brayden Point (Tampa Bay) - C - $7,600 (FanDuel), $6,400 (DraftKings), $27 (Yahoo) 

Point has compiled six goals and two assists in the last six games.  He has found the back of the net in three straight matches on the power play and he has added two assists during that stretch.  Tampa Bay’s potent power play could take advantage of Nashville’s 27th-ranked penalty kill.  

Mark Stone (Vegas) - W - $7,300 (FanDuel), $6,800 (DraftKings), $24 (Yahoo)

Stone has one goal, three assists and 10 shots in the past four games.  He is showing signs of breaking out offensively after a relatively quiet November and a matchup against the struggling New Jersey Devils should help.  Stone had two goals and four helpers in two games versus the Devils last year.  

David Krejci (Boston) - C - $6,700 (FanDuel), $6,200 (DraftKings), $21 (Yahoo) 

Krejci has been playing on the top line with Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak during Patrice Bergeron’s absence with a lower-body injury.  Bergeron’s status hasn’t been revealed yet for Tuesday night, but even if he plays Krejci has value.  He has five goals and 14 assists in his last 16 outings and he has been held off the scoresheet just two times in the past 10 matches.  

Zach Parise (Minnesota) - W - $6,500 (FanDuel), $5,400 (DraftKings), $18 (Yahoo)

Parise has been red hot with nine goals and 13 points in the last 14 games.  He has lit the lamp eight times in the past nine games, while adding two assists and amassing 30 shots on goal.  Parise has found the back of the net in each of the last four matches.  

J.T. Miller (Vancouver) - W - $6,300 (FanDuel), $5,400 (DraftKings), $21 (Yahoo) 

Miller has four goals and four assists during a six-game point streak going into Tuesday night’s action.  He has been credited with 19 shots on target over that span.  Miller has four power-play points (two goals, two assists) during his point spree.

William Nylander (Toronto) - W - $5,900 (FanDuel), $6,200 (DraftKings), $20 (Yahoo)

Nylander has produced eight goals and 13 points in the last 13 games.  That includes three markers, two assists and 21 shots in the last five contests.  Nylander has also accounted for five goals and 10 points in 11 career meetings against Philadelphia, including one goal and one assist in two outings this year.   

Bargain Bin: Timo Meier (SJ) - W - $6,000 (FanDuel)/$5,100 (DraftKings)/$21 (Yahoo), Anthony Cirelli (TB) - C - $5,100 (FanDuel)/$4,400 (DraftKings)/$27 (Yahoo), Oliver Bjorkstrand (CBJ) - W - $5,300 (FanDuel)/$4,400 (DraftKings)/$17 (Yahoo)

Defensemen: 

Erik Karlsson (San Jose) - $7,000 (DraftKings), $5,400 (DraftKings), $23 (Yahoo) 

Karlsson has 10 points (two goals, eight assists) in the past 10 games.  That includes one goal and four helpers in the past four appearances.  Karlsson stands a good chance of continuing his current hot streak against Washington, considering his past success versus the team.  He has generated 20 points (three goals, 17 assists) in 26 career contests against the Capitals.   

Quinn Hughes (Vancouver) - $4,700 FanDuel), $4,300 (DraftKings), $17 (Yahoo) 

Hughes has been hot offensively and he has a great prices across the board.  He has collected 11 assists in the last eight games. Hughes has three multi-point efforts during that stretch and three-game point streak, with five helpers, going into Tuesday night’s action.  

Bargain Bin: John Klingberg (DAL) - $5,500 (FanDuel)/$4,800 (DraftKings)/$17 (Yahoo), Ivan Provorov (PHI) - $5,300 (FanDuel)/$5,800 (DraftKings)/$18 (Yahoo), Ryan Suter (MIN) - $5,200 (FanDuel)/$4,300 (DraftKings)/$18 (Yahoo), Mikhail Sergachev (TB) - $4,900 (FanDuel)/$4,100 (DraftKings)/$17 (Yahoo)

Goaltenders: 

Frederik Andersen (Toronto) - $8,700 (FanDuel), $7,800 (DraftKings), $33 (Yahoo) 

Andersen has won his last four starts, while holding the opposition to one goal twice and posting a shutout.  He has a .959 save percentage during that span, while stopping 118 of 123 shots.  Andersen has a 1-0-1 record versus Philadelphia this year with a 2.31 goals-against average and .931 save percentage.  He has also been great on the road in 2019-20 with a mark of 6-2-0, a 2.12 goals-against average and .933 save percentage.  

Connor Hellebuyck (Winnipeg) - $8,400 (FanDuel), $7,600 (DraftKings), $36 (Yahoo) 

Hellebuyck has won his last two outings, while turning aside 56 of 57 shots for a .982 save percentage and one shutout.  He has a 1-1-0 record versus Dallas this year, but that win came at home when he stopped 26 of 28 shots.  Hellebuyck owns a 6-4-1 record on home ice this campaign with a 1.94 goals-against average and .938 save percentage. 

Bargain Bin: Thatcher Demko (VAN) - $7,200 (FanDuel)/$30 (Yahoo), Thomas Greiss (NYI) - $7,900 (FanDuel)/$8,000 (DraftKings), Garret Sparks (VGK) - $7,000 (FanDuel)/$7,800 (DraftKings)/$26 (Yahoo), 

Corey Abbott

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