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FanDuel Fades: March 11

by Corey Abbott
Updated On: October 4, 2018, 4:04 pm ET

As is the case with every FanDuel Fades, we are going to look at some players who you should think twice about placing in your lineup or who you should avoid using entirely. Remember to check back on this page later in the day for confirmations on starting goalies and keep an eye on Rotoworld's daily blurbs for all your fantasy hockey needs.  

 

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Ryan Getzlaf C (Anaheim) - $8,000

 

Getzlaf was unstoppable in February with 20 points in 14 contests, but he has been a bit quieter in March with one goal in four games. It will probably be a tight-checking game against St. Louis, as both teams don't allow many goals and there are cheaper options available with more potential. This appears to be a good night to look away from Getzlaf.

 

Vladimir Tarasenko RW (St. Louis) - $7,500

 

Tarasenko has one goal and one assist in the past six games. His minus-4 rating during that span has held back his fantasy point totals as well. Tarasenko hasn't reached one point on FanDuel in three of the last five contests. He hasn't been meeting his value given his price and he has one goal and three assists in 10 career games versus Anaheim.

 

Alex Killorn LW (Tampa Bay) - $5,500

 

Killorn has cooled off from a productive February. He has one goal in his last five games and he has been credited with just four shots during that time. Killorn is still playing with Steven Stamkos, but his slump doesn't make him a very attractive target.

 

Boone Jenner LW (Columbus) - $6,400

 

Jenner has been boom or bust lately on FanDuel thanks to a couple of multi-point performances. However, he hasn't been consistently churning out points. He has gone scoreless in four of the last six outings. He has the same price as Andrew Ladd, who is probably the better play on Friday night.

 

Victor Hedman D (Tampa Bay) - $5,500

 

Hedman hasn't scored a goal since Feb. 18 and he has one assist in the last 10 games. Tampa Bay is also considering using five forwards on the power play Friday night. Hedman isn't worth rostering at this time.

 

Sergei Bobrovsky G (Columbus) - $8,000

 

Bobrovsky is slated to start in his first game since Jan. 21 after recovering from his third groin injury. The Blue Jackets are confident that he is 100 percent healthy and intend to start him in the majority of their remaining games, but I wouldn't look his way just yet. It's his first game back after a long absence and he is facing a Pittsburgh team that needs the victory to hold their Wild Card spot.

 

Goaltenders

 

Pittsburgh (Marc-Andre Fleury) confirmed @ Columbus (Sergei Bobrovsky) confirmed

Philadelphia (Steve Mason) confirmed @ Tampa Bay (Ben Bishop) confirmed

Anaheim (Frederik Andersen) confirmed @ St. Louis (Jake Allen) confirmed

Chicago (Corey Crawford) confirmed @ Dallas (Kari Lehtonen) confirmed

Arizona (Louis Domingue) @ Calgary (Joni Ortio) confirmed

Corey Abbott

Corey Abbott is an Editor for Hockey on Rotoworld. Feel free to follow him on Twitter @CoreAbbott.