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  • Pennywize69

    What is the optimal way to stack in NHL?

  • Priptonite

    • Blogger of the Month

    I’ll tell you if you tell me what the optimal way to eat pizza is

  • Pennywize69

    One bite at a time

  • keephustlincuz

    For DK I try to take 2 players from 3 lines. Usually 1st line PP guys.

  • Pennywize69

    Should u pair your defense with your first line stack?

  • Heterodox

    @Pennywize69 said...

    Should u pair your defense with your first line stack?

    Depends on the team. If the defenseman hooks up with the forward a lot, yes. If not, no. Sometimes I use a D man as both an affordable and contrarian correlation.

  • Heterodox

    @Priptonite said...

    I’ll tell you if you tell me what the optimal way to eat pizza is

    no one likes it, but it’s knife and fork in a blowout. Not even close. Dipping crust in ranch dressing may not be optimal, but is highly recommended nonetheless.

  • keephustlincuz

    Some defensemen play the power play. These guys would be valuable but expensive. Most times I end up with a cheap defenseman that hopefully gets me a couple points.

    Expert tip: There are a fair number of backup goalies that are talented. You can save lots of money and still get lots of points from them.

  • Tsrobertson

    In 2s, 3s, and 4s.

  • Zieg30

    • 2018 DraftKings FGWC Finalist

    @Pennywize69 said...

    What is the optimal way to stack in NHL?

    It depends on the slate size, but I generally like pairing a full line that also plays together on the PP with its PP D-man.

  • madmanjayWV

    DEPENDS on the site — HUGE scoring differences

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