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.
New York Rangers
New York has lost three straight, and will look to get back on track in Toronto. They are projected to score the fourth most goals on the slate (3.16), and are averaging 3.47 on the season. The top line has been getting it done of late. Mats Zuccarello has 13 assists in his last ten, Chris Kreider has nine goals in that span, to go with Derek Stepan's 13 points. Teammate, and defenseman, Ryan McDonagh has ten in ten. McDonagh is also in play for this stack. Toronto is allowing 7.6 points per game this season, and 32 shots per game (27th). There is an added bonus here with these four names playing on the top powerplay, even though Toronto does post a top ten penalty kill. Frederik Andersen put out a solid effort last time against the Rangers, but is allowing 3.66 goals per game in January.