Welcome into NHL player prop central for the season on Underdog Fantasy! Player props are becoming one of the hottest growing things in hockey over the past few seasons and I have definitely taken notice as it adds yet another layer to a great game experience. Throughout this season you will find picks offered on the Underdog site that I find the most appealing as there are many to choose from so that's why I'm here to help you sift through the options. 

For today's slate, we have 11 games on tap around the NHL and plenty of options for player props! I have highlighted a set of 3 props that I will be following tonight that includes 3 players around the league for the Florida Panthers, St. Louis Blues and Calgary Flames! Good luck to everyone on the props tonight, let's win some cheddar!


NHL Underdog Fantasy Top Picks November 14

Sam Bennett, Florida Panthers - HIGHER than 0.5 Points

The Panthers offense has really struggled this season and missing Sam Bennett was a big reason for the poor play along with Brandon Montour and Ekblad. But he is back now centering the 2nd line and what a spot he is in tonight against the leagues worst in the San Jose Sharks. Bennett has no points on the season and I think that changes tonight as the Panthers should score 4+ goals against a team that allows 4.4 per game and 38.33 shots. 

Jakub Vrana, St. Louis Blues - HIGHER than 2.0 Shots on Goal

Here's a play that has remained the same basically all season as Vrana's shots line hasn't changed from 2 at all! This is despite him going higher than the number in 8 of 11 games thus far and in 5 of the last 6 games. He should continue the trend tonight too as the Lightning aren't the great defensive team they used to be and allow 33.07 shots on goal per game, the 6th highest average in the NHL. Look for Vrana to continue getting his tonight even if the Blues are frauds. 


Elias Lindholm, Calgary Flames - HIGHER than 2.5 Shots On Goal

The Flames might be falling apart right now but at least they get a favorable matchup for their offense tonight against the Montreal Canadiens. Lindholm is the top line center for the Flames as it stands and he is on the ice over 20 minutes per game, which means he has the oppurtunity every game to contribute and when it comes to shots on net he is. Over the past 5 games he has gone higher than 2.5 shots in 4 of 5 and has totaled 18 shots during that time. The matchup against the Habs is a good one tonight as I said, they are allowing 34.2 shots per game, the 4th most in the NHL so fire up the Flames and Lindholm tonight.