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Kukla’s Korner Saturday Fantasy Hockey Championship

note: original post time was 5/3/13 at 9:00pm

Rosters must be set by 12:30pm ET Saturday in order to participate.

By Justin Lalonde of Fantasy Feud,

Today is your last chance to qualify for the Fantasy Hockey Championship. Join Now – the league starts at 12:30pm with the Rangers vs Capitals game.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Enter Saturday’s FREE contest here. On top of the $50 in free prizes, anyone who beats Paul Kukla will be entered in the May 11th Kukla’s Korner Fantasy Hockey Championship.
  2. Draft your team. You have to pick 10 players while staying under the 1 million dollar fantasy salary cap. Spend wisely.

Follow the live scoreboard and if you beat Paul you will win your share of the prize money and get a free entry in the Kukla’s Korner Fantasy Hockey Championship

PLEASE NOTE: Lineups for the Saturday Beat Paul Kukla challenge must be entered PRIOR to 12:30PM as that is when the Rangers/Capitals game takes place.

If you already have an account with Fantasy Feud click this link to participate in the challenge.

To help you beat Paul here are my favorite plays today.

Saturday’s Value Plays

LW – Alexander Ovechkin – Washington Capitals – $166,892

OV added to his point total in game 1 with a goal. Look for that streak to continue this afternoon.

C – Nicklas Backstrom – Washington Capitals - $93,593

Backstrom found his way back to the score sheet in game 1 with an assist. He’s going to get his minutes and I like his price point today.

D – Mike Green – Washington Capitals –

Green kept the point streak alive with an assist in game 1. He is now on a 5 game point streak for the Caps. His price point is high but he deserves to be in your lineups.

C - Marcus Johansson – Washington Capitals – $60,881

Johansson is still playing on the top line for the Capitals and as long as he’s there he deserves your consideration. He scored in game 1 and is still providing great value for a player at 61k.

C – Derek Stepan – New York Rangers – $121,459

The Rangers can’t afford to go down 2 games in this series and you can rest assured that the stars on the Rangers got an ear full from their coach on Thursday. Do you really think Holtby will keep the Rangers at bay for a 2nd straight game? Me neither.

RW – Ryan Callahan – New York Rangers – $117,824

The Rangers captain is on fire. He’s on a 8 game point streak where he’s put up 11 points, a +6 rating to go along with 26 shots on goal. Look for him to lead by example on Saturday.

C – Brad Richards – New York Rangers – $99,348

Richards point streak has come to an end but his hopes for a second Stanley Cup are still temporarily alive. Before being held pointless in game 1 Richards had put up 11 points in 6 games with a +8 rating.

RW – Dustin Brown – Los Angeles Kings - $89,958

Brown is all about the playoffs, and despite the Kings struggle to score; I like him on Saturday night. He already has a goal in the series on 8 shots. The Kings have their backs up against the wall. I expect them to play their best game of the season.

C – Anze Kopitar – Los Angeles Kings – $86,929

Kopitar had an assist in Thursday’s matchup and he’ll be looking for more on Saturday night. The Kings won’t make a series of this without their #1 center leading the charge.

LW – Milan Lucic – Boston Bruins - $77,540

C – David Krejci – Boston Bruins - $60,578

I list these guys together as I feel their a package deal. Either start them both or walk away. I personally would start them both which is why I suggested them on Wednesday. The Bruins are built for the playoffs and they’ll only go as far as this line takes them. I truly believe these guys, along with Horton, will be the force that takes Boston to the conference finals.

C – Pavel Datsyuk – Detroit Red Wings - $117,521

He was back to his old self again on Thursday night. He now has 10 points in his last 5 games. You don’t need another reason to start him.

C – Damien Brunner – Detroit Red Wings - $73,602

He had limited ice time, only playing 11:38 on Thursday against the Ducks, but he made the most of his opportunities. Brunner scored once and added 2 assists. At 73k that’s tremendous value.

RW – Teemu Selanne – Anaheim Ducks - $54,520

If you can find a player for $54,000 that has points in 3 consecutive games he’s worth a start.

RW – Bobby Ryan – Anaheim Ducks - $63,304

Ryan looked great in the Ducks defeat in game 1. With a goal and an assist to go along with a +2 rating and 3 shots on goal he far exceed his price tag.

Register for Free Now!

Don’t miss your chance to be the Kukla’s Korner Fantasy Hockey Champion. Play in the Beat Paul Kukla Challenge on Saturday. Here’s how to join:

  1. Join for free and register in the league here.
  2. Build a roster of 10 players in a salary cap league. You have 1 million fantasy dollars to build your team.
  3. Follow the live scoreboard on Saturday to see if you win.

If you already have an account click here to access the Kukla’s Korner challenge. Best of luck against Paul on Saturday!

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