Found October 03, 2013 on Fantasy Sports Locker Room:

Sleepers C Jussi Jokinen, Pittsburgh Penguins – $6,620: He’s going to be fighting for some 2nd line minutes and see some powerplay time in Pitt this season! C Derek Roy, St. Louis Blues – $9,077: Priced well below the top options, Roy has the chance to have nice bounce back season with the Blues this year. RW Troy Brouwer, Washington Capitals – $7,066: Playing the flames, so like the Caps to put up some points and Brouwer to bank one in. Plus add in some hits and PIMS! D Alex Goligoski, Dallas Stars – $6,279: Considerably underpriced, after his best season as a Star in 2013. He is a major factor anytime he is on the ice. Rick Nash might have a tough start in Phoenix, along with the rest of the Rangers.(Photo Credit: Elsa/Getty Images) Draft Street Free Roll Picks: Busts RW Rick Nash, New York Rangers – $13,991: Think it’ll be a low scoring game and don’t see Nash getting off to a hot start. RW Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay Lightning – $11,911: Tukka Rask stacks the pads for the Bruins in this one limiting the Lightning scoring. G Henrik Lundqvust, New York Rangers – $20,833: Phoenix wont be a pushover at home and the Rangers are a long way from home.  Draft Street Free Roll Picks: Picks RW Alex Ovechkin, Washington Capitals – $16,994: Playing at home against the Flames. That should do. C Tyler Seguin, Dallas Stars – $11,980: Look for Seguin to get off to a hot start with his new club against a weak Panthers squad. G Jaroslav Halak, St. Louis Blues – $18,443: Nashville isn’t an offensive juaggernault by any means and the Blues are equally talented and deep.   Good luck, enjoy and hopefully these Draft Street Free Roll Picks help! Enter Draft Street's $1000 NFL Free Roll | Signup & Deposit to receive a 100% Bonus up to $200 The post Draft Street Free Roll Picks appeared first on Fantasy Sports Locker Room.

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