The NHL has a full slate of games for Thursday night, January 12th. After only three games on Wednesday night, the NHL has 11 games scheduled with multiple teams returning to the ice following brief pauses. With the surplus of games, there are a few mismatches and matchups that bettors can find favorable and profitable wagers.
Every Tuesday, we look at one aspect of hockey betting that is unique to the sports in hopes of making us smarter and more successful bettors. Like the other major pro sports, hockey betting has a lot of similarities and often provides the same type of wagers. However, there are a few differences that are worth pointing out and worth noting.
Today we have a seven-game NHL slate on deck, barring any more unexpected game postponements. The CAR/PHI game has already been postponed, although listed on the slate. Let's look at some of our best options for DFS today.
After a Monday night with not much action (only three games), the NHL returns with a big slate of games. For January 10th, there are seven games scheduled and plenty of intriguing matchups. With the NHL returning to action and the season picking up momentum as teams start to prepare for a big stretch of games from now until the All-Star break, there are plenty of good games to find favorable and profitable bets.
Today, we have a three-game NHL slate after two games were postponed (TB @ NJ and OTT @ EDM). Although they will not play, these games are listed on the FanDuel slate. FanDuel has included a note that they have been postponed. The DraftKings slate is officially listed as a three-gamer. Here's the best of what we have to work with.
The NHL is back on Saturday night with a full slate of games. While Hockey Night in Canada won't be the same this week, with many teams located in Canada postponing their home games, the NHL still has 11 games scheduled. With 22 teams scheduled to play, there are plenty of intriguing matchups that allow bettors to make successful and profitable bets in the upcoming games.
We have a small two-game slate today, but there is still plenty of money to be made in NHL DFS. Please consider the usual strategy differences on small slates. You may want to look at more unusual roster constructions and get away from standard full-line stacking with a correlating defenseman and goalie. You'll also want to try to incorporate some lower-owned plays in tournaments. Leaving considerable salary on the board is more of an option as well. Let's dig in.
After yesterday's two-game slate in the NHL, we have a complete 11-game offering today. It is nice to have a sizable NHL slate for a change after health protocols altered the season. Let's get into the best DFS plays without further ado.
The NHL is back with a full slate of games. On January 6th, 11 games are scheduled as the season slowly returns and teams are returning their full rosters and players from the COVID-19 list. With 22 teams scheduled to play, bettors will look for favorable matchups and mismatches that can lead to successful and profitable bets. Some games, in particular, provide great bets.
We only have two games in the NHL today. DFS goes on, nonetheless, and there is still money to be made. I can't stress enough the importance of getting different with our lineups on these tiny NHL DFS slates. Playing very low-owned defenders, stacks, and forward one-offs and/or straying from 4-3 and 3-3 stack constructions tends to be a good idea if we want to cash in on small slates like this. We can also be more apt to play forwards and defensemen against our goalie. All the more with a two-gamer. Let's look at some of the top options for DFS today.