I’ve always played Fanduel NHL DFS and not Draftkings (other than trying it for about a month a few years ago). This was mainly because I preferred the setup and scoring system. I also liked the tool that I believe was only available on Fanduel which allowed me to see other players win totals as I found it useful when deciding whether to enter head to heads (so I could avoid the sharks so to speak and target games against less advanced players). Now that the setup and scoring for Fanduel has changed a lot and is very similar to Draftkings, this is no longer a factor in making me stay with Fanduel. I also do not have the tool I mentioned above anymore either. I only want to play on one site and what I’m really looking for is information on the following: a)which site has more NHL DFS players b) which site has more casual players vs. experts c) which site has less trains (i.e. a whole bunch of entries with exactly the same lineup). I have searched for this on google and on the site and can’t seem to find clear information. I’m just trying to get an idea as I’m seriously considering dropping out of Fanduel and going over to Draftkings exclusively for NHL. Does anybody who plays both sites have a general idea of how these 2 sites vary based on the criteria mentioned above?