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FanDuel NHL Fantasy Hockey Picks 2/25 | NHL DFS Strategy Fantasy Advice & Sleepers for Feb 25| FanDuel Lineup Tips for February 25


Last night, we had eleven games to choose from.  Tonight, unfortunately there are only three games to work with.  If you have a good handle on the teams playing tonight, there can be room to make some money though as many people on light nights get a little lazy when constructing line-ups.

Calgary @ New Jersey

Pittsburgh @ Washington

Ottawa @ Anaheim

Line-ups Lock at 7:30pm EST

Goalies I like tonight…

The confirmed goalies for tonight are: Karri Romo, Cory Schneider, Marc-Andre Fleury, Braden Holtby, Andrew Hammond.  We are still awaiting for confirmation on the Ducks’ goalie, but I would expect John Gibson ($7,700) to get the call.  If he does, he is an excellent play tonight, and really a no brainer in my books.  On the off-chance he doesn’t go, Jason LaBarbera ($6,300) is a strong play now that the Ducks have banished Bryzy to the AHL.  Braden Holtby ($8,600) is also a strong play in my books, as I do expect the Caps to pick up two points tonight.

Onto the Skaters…

You’re likely going to want to max out, or come close to maxing out on Anaheim players tonight.  They have the best match-up, and are the best team out of the six teams in action tonight.  C Ryan Getzlaf ($8,800), RW Corey Perry ($8,900) are their high priced buys.  C Ryan Kesler ($5,200) hasn’t had great production at all – but does play major minutes for them, and the price is right.

For New Jersey, I’m taking a long, hard look at Mike Cammalleri ($5,300), who has a pair of two goal games in the past 3.  On the back end, Marek Zidlicky is a strong value play for $3,400.

On the value side of things, LW Patrick Maroon plays a lot in the top six for the Ducks.  For $4,900 he is a good player in a strong match-up.  RW Mark Stone on the flip side doesn’t have a good match-up, but he has been playing great hockey with 8 points in hist last 6 games.  For $4,400  you could do much worse.  Sean Monahan remains grossly mis-priced in my books for $3,600.  Center has a lot of good options tonight so depending on which route you go with things, you may not be able to fit him in.

There aren’t many mid-priced buys worth a look tonight, but you’d have to consider including Nicklas Backstrom ($7,000) into your line-up, especially if you don’t go with superstar LW Alexander Ovechkin ($9,400), who is worth consideration every night.

On the back end, John Carlson ($4,500) is a strong play, T.J. Brodie ($4,200) has good value, and Hampus Lindholm for $3,500 is worth a look as well if you want to go cheaper.

On a light night, there will likely be many entries out there with similar players.  Best of luck whatever route you decide to go!

What players do you like for February 25th’s NHL action?  Have any questions setting your lineup?  We want to hear from you!

About Brads.Got.Moxy

Brad is the co-founder of moxyball.com and is an avid fantasy sports enthusiast and blogger. You can follow him on Twitter @bradsgotmoxy for additional fantasy sports insights.

4 comments

  1. Tough night tonight, I like Larsson a lot for the Devils as a cheap D man as well. Just can’t decide to go heavy Ducks/Caps or spread out because the Ducks have been very inconsistent lately with (mostly Perry)

  2. On light nights like this where scoring will be tight and similair across the board, do you recommend playing in guaranteed prize pool games like Double Up to avoid getting a split payout, or do you just stick with the 50/50’s?

  3. I went against ur advice about the Ducks and stacked that first line of Ottawa . They beat the Ducks earlier in the season 6-1 so Ya lol. I did use Monahan and John Carlson though

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