TheLeafsNation Fantasy Gameday — Leafs look to eliminate Habs
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By Zach Laing1 year ago
Welcome to TheLeafsNation Game Day where we take a look at today’s Leafs game and a few other things happening around the league all with daily fantasy in mind.
Tonight, the Toronto Maple Leafs will look to close out the Montreal Canadiens in their first round series. Can the Leafs finish them off?
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Who I like
Have you heard of Auston Matthews ($9,200)? He’s pretty good. Despite only have points in one games, he’s still averaging 17.2 fantasy points per game.
I’m once again telling you to ride with William Nylander ($5,800). He’s got goals in each of the Leafs four games and is averaging 14.5 FPPG. Great value there.
I think Jack Campbell ($8,300) price might be a few hundred high, but I don’t mind this play tonight.
Around the NHL
The only other game is Carolina-Nashville tonight. Alex Nedeljkovic ($8,000) gets the start in my lineup tonight as I like them to close out their series.
Jordan Staal ($4,700) has been solid for the Canes in the playoffs with points in four of five games, including goals in two of the last three.
Mattias Ekholm ($4,100) could be a decent play tonight, too.
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Zach Laing is the Nation Network’s news director and senior columnist. He can be followed on Twitter at @zjlaing, or reached by email at email@example.com.
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