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Stanley Cup Final: Game 4 DFS picks

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I bet Tampa Bay would call at home in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals, which is more literal when it comes to DFS, and it turned out to be accurate. The Lightning won 6-2 to shake things up. Tampa is now home again for Game 4. For single player DFS purposes, you have $135 for your five-player squad. This includes your Superstar who will earn 1.5x the points. What does the lineup look like from me on Wednesday? Let’s find out!

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Steven Stamkos, TAM GOAL ($34): Nikita Kucherov is expected to play in Game 4, which is good for his linemate Stamkos. However, I’m just worried enough to go with Stamkos and not his Russian lane partner to be on the safe side. The Tampa captain scored in Game 3, scoring five shots into the net and an assist. This came after he scored 106 points and scored 241 goals in the regular season.

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Andrey Vasilevsky, TAM Vs. GOAL ($32): When Vasilevsky is at home, I want him to be in my squad. He looked rough in the first two games of the series, then went ahead and made 37 saves on 39 shots in the Game 3 win. This year, he has a 1.47 GAA and a .947 playoff save percentage at home. The Russian networker has earned my trust as long as he is in the friendly circles of his own arena.

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Gabriel Landeskog, COL at TAM ($31): In my opinion, Landeskog provides the best value for money of any Avalanche player. He scored both goals for Colorado in Game 3 and has 10 goals and 9 assists in the last 15 games. Both of his goals in Game 3 were powerplay related and powerplay time could have paid off for Landeskog again given how powerful the Avalanche powerplay is.

Colorado Avalanche left winger Gabriel Landeskog (92) watches the Stanley Cup final
Check out Gabriel Landeskog in the DFS Stanley Cup Finals lineup for Game 4. (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Valery Nichushkin, COL at TAM ($24): Nichushkin was a bit under the radar in Game 3, but that came after he scored two points in both of the first two games of the series. The Russian is in the top line of Colorado along with Landeskog and Nathan McKinnon. Nichushkin had a career year this season, thanks almost entirely to two of his linemates.

Corey Perry, TAM vs. COL ($14): I’m closing with a Tampa player who has a lot of postseason experience. The kind of guys that can make a big difference in a situation like this and provide bang for your buck on your DFS list. Perry is not just the presence of a veteran. This season, he has scored 19 goals and 21 assists, as well as a powerplay goal in Game 3. It also happened for a whopping 6:38 power play.



Source: sports.yahoo.com

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