Saturday Night Special April 18th

Chris Wassel




Saturday’s NHL Draft Kings Stars and Sleeper Picks



Top Budget Plays




Nick Spaling $2,900 – The playoffs yield few values under the $3K line but every so often there may be a gem that could possibly surprise. Spaling is not going to see top-six time barring a few injuries to the forward corps, but he could be a sneaky enough play, as he can find those areas in the playoffs as attest to his assist in Game 1. If he keeps performing at a better level, he could still move up, though. 






Adam Lowry $3,000 – With risks galore and not really knowing what return you’ll receive in these low price points, the key is going in the direction of a player that at least can occasionally light the lamp. Lowry scored in Game 1 and was one of the few players that took the "track and whack" mantra to heart without being too far out of position. Lowry can play as much as 14-15 minutes a night, so if he gets you two or three DraftKings points, that is not too shabby.