Krejci coming back from injury and playing on the top line, has really helped Boston offensively. This line has played 96 minutes together, and has recorded a eight even-strength goals.
Krejci coming back from injury and playing on the top line, has really helped Boston offensively. This line has played 96 minutes together, and has recorded a eight even-strength goals. They generate a lot of high danger scoring chances, be and own a 55 CF percentage. Tonight, the top line will go up against the Montreal Canadiens, which have allowed 3.29 goals per game on home ice this season.
Stack: Brad Marchand, David Krejci, David Pastrnak
The Smith-Turris-Jarnkrok trio has been excellent in they're limited action together. In 80 minutes of ice-time, they have record four even-strength goals and have a CF percentage of 58.65. All three guys are getting PP time, which is huge going up against a club that is boasting a 74.5 CF percentage this season.
Stack: Kyle Turris, Craig Smith and Calle Jarnkrok
Vegas’ top line has combined for 10 points in the last three games. They are in a groove right now, and this matchup against Columbus is a good one. In the month of December, Columbus has not been good on the defensive side of the puck. They have allowed an average of 3.57 goals per game. Also, Bobrovsky will be in net tonight, and he's boasting a .901 SV percentage on the year.
Stack: Reilly Smith, William Karlsson and Jonathan Marchessault
Note: I love Colorado's top line and they are obviously in play (also my favorite stack of the night). I believe plugging in all three guys into lineup is a wonderful idea. However, we need to be realistic here. It's highly unlikely that all three guys fit into your lineup. That is why I didn't do a full breakdown. Just know that I like them, and I think it's a great idea to get exposure to them.