The Pod returns as DJ and Matt gather (virtually, as all 2020-21 gatherings have been) to discuss a delayed start to the new NHL season. Tune in for Division-by-Division hot takes, life updates, and an update to the Discord community. Finally, check your podcast feeds later this week as Matt and DJ team up to draft an Underdog Fantasy NHL Best Ball squad – more details on that to come!
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Matt and DJ take a look at Saturday’s five-game NHL DFS slate over on DraftKings, full of interesting games and consisting of much more than just a five-game main slate. With contests stretched out from noon to 10:30 PM (EST), there are plenty of options to play turbo, late, and showdown slates to build upon any edges you can find.
Tune in to hear the latest player news, lineup updates, and top DFS plays!
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Matt and DJ cover a 10-game Tuesday slate in-depth, going position-by-position through a slate without a lot of obvious values. Tune in for the value we can scrounge up, as well as new-look configurations for a number of teams, some surprising players with great stats to this point, and a whole lot of takes on the Tuesday ahead of us.
Matt and DJ team up to cover Thursday’s 9-game slate, going quickly through the games to bring us up to speed on key injuries and lineup notes, then looking at position-by-position, finding key values, top plays, and other DFS-centric insights to help you succeed on Thursday’s DFS slate!
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Matt and DJ cover Thursday’s 8-game NHL DFS slate, focusing on new faces in new places and hitting on just about every bit of news there is. Tune in, and maybe grab a pencil, for high-end analysis on what should be a fun slate.
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Welcome back! Matt and DJ bring you through Wednesday’s action to kick off the 2019-20 NHL Season. With plenty of large prize pools to go around, you aren’t going to want to miss this!
A couple news items for Wednesday – Evander Kane was in fact suspended, and catapulted Timo Meier onto the first PP unit. Cody Glass also once again practiced alongside Mark Stone and Max Pacioretty, giving the rookie a ton of merit as a lower-priced option.
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Apologies for the rough start, the editing process didn’t include “linking the start of the podcast up to the countdown”…
Matt and DJ touch on each of the first round series, what we learned about the winners, and how to approach the second round series from both a fan perspective and from the DFS/gambling perspective. With two weeks worth of unbelievable hockey in the books, listen in for a preview of what is to come in the second round.
Matt and DJ are joined by Chris Wassel (@ChrisWasselDFS on Twitter) of Awesemo/the DK Sweat/many other places to discuss what should be an exciting round one of Spring Hockey.
The group goes series-by-series giving their analysis, picks, DFS plays, X-Factors, stats to watch out for, and a whole lot more to get you prepared to compete in DFS NHL in the most wonderful time of the year: Playoff time. Tune in for some spirited discussion, lots of laughs, and lineup updates as we head into the postseason.
Big thanks to Chris for joining us, follow him @ChrisWasselDFS and follow the Podcast @MorningSkatePod. Joining the GroupMe (DM us on Twitter) will be the best way to monitor changes throughout these series, as there will not be daily pods for the playoff season.