There are some fantastic Line Stacks that are out there for DFS Hockey players to consider in their lineups on this Tuesday night. With some potentially high-scoring matchups on tap, here are some top and value stacks for Tuesday’s action:
Tyler Seguin ($8,400) – Jamie Benn ($7,800) – Patrick Sharp ($5,700)
This line boasts two of the three leading scorers in the NHL with Seguin and Benn currently tied with Boston’s David Krejci at 12 points for the year. Seguin has points in all but two games this season and Benn has points in all but one. Sharp is still adjusting to life in Dallas with playmakers like these but expect him to take a step forward soon. A favorable contest with the struggling Ducks looms for Tuesday night and that translates to you putting at least Benn and Seguin in your lineups and reaping the rewards. The Stars power-trio will run players a $21,900 tab.
Tomas Plekanec ($6,000) – Max Pacioretty ($7,700) – Brendan Gallagher ($5,400)
This line was my top line of night in my Cheat Sheet and for good reason. As was said in that column Plekanec has points in five straight games, Gallaher in four straight and Pacioretty in three straight. This line leads all Canadiens forwards in points on the season and have a winnable game with Vancouver on Tuesday. The Habs top line will cost DFS Hockey players a cool $19,100.
Bryan Little ($5,400) – Blake Wheeler ($7,200) – Andrew Ladd ($5,700)
One of the most underrated first lines in the league, the Jets top trio is one to not be overlooked for much longer. Wheeler has 11 points on the season, finding the scoresheet in every game so far. Little has managed points in four of his last five contests with three of those multi-point efforts. Ladd has chipped in six points on the season and is fourth on the Jets with 23 SOG. This mid-level stack comes in at a cap hit of: $18,300.
David Krejci ($5,400) – Loui Eriksson ($4,700) – David Pastrnak ($4,500)
Krejci is one of the leading scorers in the NHL at the moment and has settled in nicely with Eriksson and Pastrnak on Boston’s second line. Krejci has points in every game on the season so far for Boston to lead the team with 12. Eriksson, who has largely underachieved in Boston since being acquired in the Tyler Seguin deal, looks poised to breakout and has managed three multi-point games in his last five contests. Pastrnak is one of the best young snipers in the league and broke a four game scoreless streak over the weekend against the Islanders with a goal and two shots. The Coyotes have given up at least three goals against in five of their last six games and are coming off playing in Toronto last night. Expect this line to lead to Bruins offense against Phoenix in a potential matchup with backup goalie Anders Lindback and comes in at a cost of $14,600.
Mike Cammalleri ($5,200) – Adam Henrique ($4,700) – Lee Stempniak ($3,300)
Don’t look now but the Devils are riding a four-game winning streak and these three are a big reason why. In that span Cammalleri has points in all four and has managed back-to-back three point games with a goal and five assists to give him 11 points on the season. Henrique has points in four of five games and multi-point efforts in three of his last four. Stempniak has managed points in his last four games as well and this team gets the lowly Blue Jackets and their league-worst 40 goals against in nine games this season on Tuesday night. This is a solid line stack to consider putting all three in your lineup, but be warned all three are wingers in DK DFS Hockey, and it will cost players $13,200.
Connor McDavid ($5,600) – Nail Yakupov ($4,200) – Benoit Pouliot ($3,800)
I wrote about this line last week and since then they have combined for 11 points in the Oilers last three games. McDavid is living up to the hype so far and has points in five straight contests with two multi-point outings mixed in that streak. Yakupov sits second on the Oilers with 21 SOG and has a five game point steak of his own. Finally Pouliot, who is a great value-buy at only $3,800, has a three-game scoring streak and has 12 SOG his last two outings. Taking on a Wild team on Tuesday night that boasts a 2.75 team GA/G average makes this a very intriguing line stack that comes in at $13,600.
Make sure to check out my NHL Cheat Sheet and NHL Targets posts today before finalizing your lineups. As always for any DFS Hockey questions or comments this season, find me on Twitter at: @JHarding_Hockey