NHL DFS Strategies and Lineup Construction
More than any other sport offered in the DFS World, hockey is the most “Event-Based” of them all. The majority of fantasy points come from goals scored and, on average, we only see 5-6 goals scored per game in the NHL. So, there are not only fewer scoring opportunities in hockey, but it also happens to be the only sport where three players can rack up fantasy points on the same event. It’s commonplace in NFL contests to see users pairing QB’s with WR’s in hopes of “double-dipping” fantasy points on a single touchdown pass, but in hockey, this “multiplier” strategy can be carried out even further. On top of a goal being credited to the goal scorer, two of his teammates have the possibility of picking up an assist on the same play.
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