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.
|Name||FD Salary/Position||DK Salary/Position||Estimated Ownership|
|Chris Kreider||$6,400 / W||$5,900/ W||5-10%|
|Derek Stepan||$6,200/ C||$6,400 / C||5-10%|
|Mats Zuccarello||$6,100 / W||$5,700 / W||5-10%|
The NHL is back after a nice Christmas break with a 10 game slate and some big tournaments on DraftKings and FanDuel. The Rangers get to face Mike 'leaky' Condon at MSG, and are my favorite stack of the night. Condons numbers have been better this year, but I do think he will regress back to his old form (career SV% in 70 GP = .904). The Rangers are still the third ranked in goals per game, even with a recent dip in offensive production. They also have a top 10 power play, and their skill position players are all very reasonably priced across the industry. Ottawa also has one of the worst road penalty killing percentages in the league at 78.4%, and the Rangers have some super value plays that play on the PP and are intriguing for fantasy purposes (Brandon Pirri, Adam Clendening, Ryan McDonagh, JT Miller)