Stacking is the best way to take down a GPP in NHL DFS. You are looking at three stacks below, that consist of top and contrarian stacks. Stacking doesn't always feature just wingers or centers, especially with the offensive defenseman in the game these days. When stacking we tend to focus on the top two lines for teams, as well as who is on the powerplay.
Toronto Maple Leafs
James van Riemsdyk
I am digging Toronto tonight in a road matchup against Philly, who have been struggling of late. Toronto is trying to keep pace in the east, and have been scoring at will lately. They are averaging 3.73 goals per game in the month of January, which is the third best in hockey. In that span, Philly is allowing 3.36 goals per game, and have allowed 3.06 on the season. They also boast a mediocre penalty kill, ranking 18th. This line has generated six goals in the last ten games, and 98 SATF. They should get a bit overlooked on tonight's slate as well, so they are suited for tournaments. Michal Neuvirth is expected in net tonight, and has allowed three or more goals in seven of the last ten games.