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Paul Kukla’s Tuesday Night Fantasy Hockey Challenge

Note: Bringing this to top of page so all can see and participate, original post date was 3/11/13 at 5:13pm.

I've set my team up for tomorrow's feud and I think I will be tough to beat.  Are you up to the challenge?

Rember, join through the link provided below, wait for your confirmation email, then click the link below to access our private game.  Very easy, even I could do it. -Paul

By Justin Lalonde of Fantasy Feud,

Kukla’s Korner very own Paul Kukla will be hosting a 1-day fantasy hockey contest Tuesday night at Fantasy Feud. Join Paul on Tuesday night for a free chance to beat him and win cash prizes. There’s $100 in prizes up for grabs and anyone who beats Paul will win an extra $5.00.

Here’s how to join Paul in Tuesday’s league:

1- Setup a free account in 2 minutes here.

2- Once you’ve setup your free account click here to access the private game. The game can only be accessed through this link as it is private to Kukla’s Korner.

3- Build a roster of 10 players in a salary cap league. You have 1 million fantasy dollars to build your team.

To help you beat Paul in Tuesday’s challenge here are a few value plays to keep you under the salary cap.

Tuesday Night Fantasy Hockey Value Plays

Brian Flynn – C – Buffalo Sabres - $52,517

Flynn has only played in 5 games this season as a rookie but he has goals in back to back games. He’s getting his fair share of ice time despite not playing on the top line. He’s worth the risk with his price tag if you need a low priced forward.

Ryan O’Reilly – C – Colorado Avalanche - $84,146

If you don’t have enough money to pickup Matt Duchene take a look at O’Reilly. He has 4 points in his last 3 games and is starting to play like a player worthy of his $5 million dollar contract. The last time the Avalanche faced the Oilers there were 10 goals scored. Let’s hope for a repeat.

Slava Voynov – D – LA Kings - $89,517

Voynov is an absolute must start on the blueline. With the exception of Letang he’s the hottest D-man in the league. He has 7 points in his last 4 games and is really coming into his own.

Jaromir Jagr – RW – Dallas Stars - $93,396

Despite his age Jagr is still producing. Goals are worth 3 points in daily fantasy hockey and Jagr has 5 goals in his last 4 games. If anyone knows how to keep a goal scoring streak alive it’s the former Art Ross trophy winner.

Kris Letang – D – Pittsburgh Penguins - $108,614

Proceed with caution as it applies to Letang. He’s on fire at the moment with 11 points in his last 5 games but the Penguins are hosting Boston on Tuesday night. The Bruins are well balanced and will likely prevent Pittsburgh from continuing to average 5 goals a game during their recent stretch. Can they shut out Letang completely? Doubtful.

Matt Duchene – C – Colorado Avalanche - $113,687

Typically value plays are players who are below $100,000 in fantasy salary. However, Duchene is providing tremendous value at his price point. He has 7 points in his last 3 games and his line is playing the best it has all season. If you have enough money include Duchene in your lineup.

We don’t suggest you start all of these players but it always helps to find a few value plays to complete your roster. Try it free tonight. Build a team to face ‘the’ Paul Kukla from Kukla’s Korner and win your share of the prizes. You can follow the live scoreboard during the game.

Check in later this week for Saturday’s value plays for this weekend’s freeroll.

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redxblack's avatar

I’ll have to try to do this when I get home. My workplace thinks this is a “gambling” site.

Posted by redxblack from Akron Ohio on 03/12/13 at 02:06 PM ET

Hippy Dave's avatar

I’m in.

Posted by Hippy Dave from Portland by way of Detroit on 03/12/13 at 04:25 PM ET

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