Daily Fantasy Hockey DFS Value Update – February 7

Florida Panthers at Carolina Hurricanes

The Panthers are another team that is on a back-to-back tonight after a loss last night at home to Detroit. Amazingly, the Panthers are 4-1-2 on the second of back-to-backs this year so Carolina would do well not to take them lightly. Florida has just one regulation/overtime win in their last seven games and if you exclude their road games in Buffalo (they should largely be discounted), this team has nine road wins in 28 games this year. The wild card in this game is potential starter Scott Clemmensen: “Clemmer” has allowed six goals against in three of his last 10 games and one goal against in four of his last 10. There’s not much consistency to his game but he has been stealing a few for the Panthers lately.

The Hurricanes play their first of back to back games to finish out the pre-Olympic schedule and could be much in the same situation that the New York Rangers were in last night: a non-playoff team comes to town the night before a showdown with a playoff team. These are the types of games that teams can sometimes overlook and Carolina would do well to remember what Florida has done to teams like Colorado, Pittsburgh, Toronto, Detroit in the last couple of weeks (i.e. win). Goals have been tough to come by for this team lately with just seven of them in their last four games (and a 1-for-12 mark on the power play).

These two teams met a few weeks ago and the result was a 3-2 win for Carolina. Considering the struggle both teams have had to score of late and the ineptitude of both their power plays over the last few games, that score sounds about right again tonight. The problem is I don’t know which way this is going to go. I would stay away from both goaltenders personally and just use some Carolina players to round out 50/50 lineups.

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Jeff Skinner


Jiri Tlusty


Elias Lindholm

John-Michael Liles


Tomas Fleischmann


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