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Daily Fantasy Hockey: Power-Play Report (11/09)

Daily Fantasy Hockey: Power-Play Report (11/09)

If you find yourself constructing your Daily Fantasy Hockey lineup it may be troublesome to determine which staff to focus on, which line to focus on and which power-play to focus on. 

To attempt to make that call simpler, Dylan and I’ve created the Energy-play report. Under one can find an in-depth take a look at how every group’s power-play will match-up with the opposition’s penalty-kill. We now have additionally damaged down how a lot their prime power-play performs compared to their second unit. 


  • – All totals are per 60 minutes of 5v4 ice time. 
  • – SF/SA: Photographs for/Photographs towards
  • – SCF/SCA: Scoring Possibilities For/Towards
  • – HDCF/HDCA: Excessive-Risks Scoring Possibilities For/Towards
  • – PP1 Utilization: The share of power-play time the highest unit has performed within the final 5 video games. 

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. New Jersey Devils

Maple Leafs PP Devils PK
PP%/PK% 30.zero% (fifth) 80.eight% (14th) PP/PK per Gm 2.7 four.four SH%/SV% 17.19 SH% (sixth) .836 SV% (23rd) Photographs 63.72 (4th) 38.33 (4th) Scoring Possibilities 77.65 (1st) 44.6 (eighth) Excessive-Hazard Possibilities 31.86 (1st) 12.54 (1st) PP1 Utilization 61.7% —– Devils PP Maple Leafs PK
PP%/PK% 26.four% (sixth) 83.7% (seventh) PP/PK per Gm four.1 2.eight SH%/SV% 22.81 SH% (2nd) .875 SV% (10th) Photographs 43.73 (29th) 45.41 (10th) Scoring Possibilities 39.9 (29th) 48.65 (17th) Excessive-Hazard Possibilities 15.35 (25th) 16.22 (sixth) PP1 Utilization 67.eight% —–


New Jersey’s penalty-killers have executed a good job of limiting their opposition however have been let down by their goaltending. It gained’t get any simpler for Keith Kinkaid tonight towards the sharpshooting Maple Leafs. The Leafs are creating probably the most scoring possibilities and high-danger possibilities with the person benefit within the NHL. At 2.7 powerplays a recreation, they see a few of the fewest alternatives within the NHL. The undisciplined nature of the Devils means you’ll be able to depend on no less than one power-play aim for the Maple Leafs.

The Devils’ 26.four PP% is closely inflated by their 22.81 SH%. They’ll have to generate extra photographs in the event that they need to crack the Leafs’ seventh-ranked PK. Frederik Andersen has been the Maple Leafs’ greatest penalty-killer this season. He’s posted a ridiculous .938 short-handed SV%.

Washington Capitals vs. Columbus Blue Jackets 

Capitals PP Blue Jackets PK
PP%/PK% 34.zero% (1st) 75.5% (24th) PP/PK per Gm three.four three.6 SH%/SV% 25.93 SH% (1st) .800 SV% (28th) Photographs 44.97 (27th) 50.91 (14th) Scoring Possibilities 44.97 (21st) 45.82 (11th) Excessive-Hazard Possibilities 14.99 (26th) 20.36 (17th) PP1 Utilization 73.1% —– Blue Jackets PP Capitals PK
PP%/PK% 11.9% (31st) 74.5% (25th) PP/PK per Gm three.9 three.7 SH%/SV% 6.58 SH% (30th) .761 SV% (30th) Photographs 46.16 (23rd) 37.24 (third) Scoring Possibilities 42.52 (24th) 41.29 (4th) Excessive-Hazard Possibilities 15.79 (24th) 22.67 (21st) PP1 Utilization 58.three% —–


The Capitals have to generate extra possibilities in the event that they need to maintain their title of the number-one ranked power-play. Their 25.93 SH% has carried their power-play so far and isn’t sustainable over a full season, even with Alexander Ovechkin on the staff. The Capitals’ shot 14.16% on the power-play final season; anticipate their fee this season to fall extra intently consistent with that before later. Columbus doesn’t do a terrific job of limiting high-danger possibilities towards, so Washington’s power-play nonetheless carries some upside tonight. John Carlson has been dominated out of tonight’s recreation, opening up a spot for Matt Niskanen on the highest unit.

The Blue Jackets have had no luck on the person benefit this season, proudly owning the worst conversion fee within the league. It gained’t get any simpler for them tonight because the Capitals are surrendering simply 37 photographs per 60 on the PK. Braden Holtby appears to be coming into type which might be nice information for the Capitals’ penalty-kill. Their .761 short-handed SV% is the second-worst within the NHL.

Detroit Purple Wings vs. New York Rangers 

Pink Wings PP Rangers PK
PP%/PK% 26.1% (eighth) 77.three% (22nd) PP/PK per Gm three.1 three.9 SH%/SV% 22.zero SH% (third) .874 SV% (13th) Photographs 48.37 (20th) 63.61 (26th) Scoring Possibilities 50.31 (16th) 54.1 (24th) Excessive-Hazard Possibilities 25.15 (10th) 26.32 (27th) PP1 Utilization 54.7% —– Rangers PP Pink Wings PK
PP%/PK% 16.three% (22nd) 82.1% (ninth) PP/PK per Gm three.three four.1 SH%/SV% 12.12 SH% (20th) .875 SV% (12th) Photographs 52.74 (16th) 52.17 (16th) Scoring Possibilities 42.35 (25th) 46.three (12th) Excessive-Hazard Possibilities 19.18 (18th) 18.26 (11th) PP1 Utilization 57.2% —–


For all their struggles this season the Pink Wings have discovered some success on particular groups. Their eight-ranked power-play is inflated by the third-highest capturing proportion within the league. The Rangers’ PK is giving up the fifth-most high-danger possibilities within the league, so the Purple Wings’ sharpshooting might proceed tonight.

The Rangers have a below-average power-play and draw a troublesome matchup tonight towards the Pink Wings’ penalty-kill. They do a superb job of suppressing possibilities and have acquired strong goaltending from Jimmy Howard. They need to clean the Rangers’ power-play tonight.

St. Louis Blues vs. San Jose Sharks

Blues PP Sharks PK
PP%/PK% 30.eight% (third) 86.eight% (third) PP/PK per Gm four.zero three.four SH%/SV% 20.78 SH% (fifth) .909 SV% (fifth) Photographs 54.99 (11th) 43.26 (seventh) Scoring Possibilities 57.13 (4th) 51.77 (22nd) Excessive-Hazard Possibilities 22.85 (11th) 28.84 (30th) PP1 Utilization 58.eight% —– Sharks PP Blues PK
PP%/PK% 20.zero% (17th) 80.zero% (16th) PP/PK per Gm three.1 three.7 SH%/SV% 13.16 SH% (16th) .857 SV% (21st) Photographs 59.11 (sixth) 52.67 (17th) Scoring Possibilities 55.99 (sixth) 56.85 (27th) Excessive-Hazard Possibilities 28.zero (4th) 20.07 (16th) PP1 Utilization 61.6% —–


The Blues create a variety of scoring possibilities on the person benefit they usually’re making it rely, capturing over 20% on the season. They draw a difficult matchup towards the Sharks however get the good thing about enjoying them on a back-to-back. A fatigued Sharks staff might open up extra alternatives for the Blues to transform on the power-play. Should you’re concentrating on St. Louis’ power-play tonight, have in mind their second unit sees as a lot utilization as any within the league.

The Sharks power-play is producing photographs and scoring possibilities at a very good clip however can have hassle ending at occasions. The Blues surrender a whole lot of scoring possibilities on the PK, which is a recipe for catastrophe contemplating their goaltending. Chad Johnson is predicted to get the beginning for St. Louis tonight. He has a profession short-handed SV% of .861.

Winnipeg Jets vs. Colorado Avalanche

Jets PP Avalanche PK
PP%/PK% 33.three% (2nd) 84.1% (sixth) PP/PK per Gm three.zero four.1 SH%/SV% 15.66 SH% (10th) .922 SV% (2nd) Photographs 73.69 (1st) 59.44 (22nd) Scoring Possibilities 62.15 (2nd) 48.48 (16th) Excessive-Hazard Possibilities 31.07 (2nd) 24.24 (25th) PP1 Utilization 76.three% —– Avalanche PP Jets PK
PP%/PK% 26.four% (seventh) 78.four% (19th) PP/PK per Gm three.5 three.9 SH%/SV% 15.zero SH% (11th) .899 SV% (seventh) Photographs 55.82 (eighth) 68.84 (29th) Scoring Possibilities 46.06 (20th) 58.41 (29th) Excessive-Hazard Possibilities 21.63 (13th) 23.64 (23rd) PP1 Utilization 62.four% —–


Semyon Varlamov has carried the Avs’ penalty-kill all season and exhibits no indicators of slowing down. He faces the last word check tonight because the Jets do an incredible job of producing possibilities for his or her heavy-shooters. If Colorado takes their common of 4 minor penalties tonight, anticipate Winnipeg’s power-play to transform at the least as soon as.

Each groups will need to keep out of the field on this one. Colorado’s fearsome power-play should not have any drawback cracking the shell that’s Connor Hellebuyck. Winnipeg is giving up the third-most photographs per 60 on the PK, relying far an excessive amount of on their goaltender. They gained’t survive towards Nathan Mackinnon and Mikko Rantanen enjoying that method.

Anaheim Geese vs. Minnesota Wild

Geese PP Wild PK
PP%/PK% 14.6% (25th) 86.zero% (4th) PP/PK per Gm 2.eight four.1 SH%/SV% 12.28 SH% (18th) .910 SV% (4th) Photographs 45.79 (25th) 55.06 (19th) Scoring Possibilities 46.6 (19th) 43.76 (sixth) Excessive-Hazard Possibilities 12.85 (30th) 13.41 (2nd) PP1 Utilization 62.four% —– Wild PP Geese PK
PP%/PK% 20.four% (15th) 78.9% (18th) PP/PK per Gm three.three three.7 SH%/SV% 13.89 SH% (14th) .884 SV% (10th) Photographs 58.6 (seventh) 70.05 (30th) Scoring Possibilities 61.04 (third) 65.97 (31st) Excessive-Hazard Possibilities 28.49 (third) 29.25 (31st) PP1 Utilization 54.four% —–


The Geese’ dormant power-play shouldn’t be anticipated to do a lot of something towards the Wild. The Wild are doing a superb job of limiting photographs to low-danger areas, enjoying to their power in aim. Backup Alex Stalock is predicted to start out for the Wild tonight, giving Anaheim’s power-play a glimmer of hope.

The Wild’s power-play manufacturing tonight hinges on whether or not or not they will beat John Gibson. The alternatives might be there; the Geese penalty-kill is surrendering the second-most photographs and probably the most scoring possibilities within the league. Gibson shall be rested tonight after Ryan Miller obtained the nod towards the Flames on Wednesday. His .915 short-handed SV% this season is true in keeping with his profession mark of .910.

Prime PP Benefits

  1. 1. Colorado

  2. 2. Toronto

  3. three. Winnipeg

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DailyFaceoff’s Editor-in-chief Brock Seguin and Affiliate Editor Dylan Berthiaume collaborated on this publish.

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