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Jeff Votteler



Our FREE Awesemo NHL DFS Picks Cheatsheets for your daily fantasy hockey lineups on DraftKings, FanDuel, Yahoo and FantasyDraft.

I created this NHL DFS matchup sheet so our Premium members can have a quick visual reference of the daily matchups. Using this tool along with our other NHL DFS content should give you a great head start in all your research needs.

The numbers are the TEAM rankings and where they rank compared to the full league.

– If a team is No. 1 in shots for, they take the most shots.

– If a team is No. 30 in shots against, they are giving up the MOST shots against.

When you are looking at the sheet

Stats For (shots, goals, expected goals, and Corsi%) – Green is good and what you want to target FOR. The lower the number, the better a team is in that category.

Stats Against (shots, goals, expected goals) – RED is what you want to target AGAINST. The higher the number, the worse the team is in that category.

Thursday Mar. 12, 2020

As an avid competitor, Jeff "Votts" Votteler grew up playing all types of sports. But as he grew up, he gravitated towards hockey and played at a very competitive level. Fantasy sports became a passion of Votts' over ten years ago, which in turn moved over to the emerging world of daily fantasy sports for the last five years. Votts likes to dive into the analytics of all the sports, where he can turn over those value "rocks" that players depend on to win on a daily basis. You can contact Votts by emailing

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    January 10, 2020 at 4:39 pm

    Nice work votts!

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    February 9, 2020 at 9:52 am

    Thanks for getting the early game on here 100%

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    February 9, 2020 at 9:55 am

    What exactly is CORSI? i know a little

    • Jeff Votteler

      Jeff Votteler

      February 9, 2020 at 10:24 pm

      Hey Tim, Corsi is an advanced metric that we use to gauge possession and offense for a team. The stat measures shot attempt differentials at even strength. All shots on goal, missed shots on goal, and blocked shots. If you think about it in Lehman terms, if a team has a higher Corsi %, they are taking more shots, thus possessing the puck more and making them a better target for us dfs players. So the formula for Corsi % is Corsi for / (Corsi for + Corsi against). If you have any more questions, don’t hesitate to hit me up in our Slack chat! Thanks, Votts

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