NHL Daily Lineups

Thu 25, 11:00 PM
Florida Panthers
Sergei Bobrovsky
Line 1
Aleksander Barkov PP1
Sam Reinhart PP1
Vladimir Tarasenko PP2
Line 2
Anton Lundell PP2
Carter Verhaeghe PP1
Matthew Tkachuk PP1
Line 3
Eetu Luostarinen
Evan Rodrigues PP2
Kevin Stenlund
Line 4
Jonah Gadjovich
Nick Cousins
Steven Lorentz
Aaron Ekblad PP2
Gustav Forsling
Brandon Montour PP1
Niko Mikkola
Dmitry Kulikov
Oliver Ekman-Larsson PP2
Ryan Lomberg - DTD
Sam Bennett - O
Tampa Bay Lightning
Andrei Vasilevskiy
Line 1
Anthony Duclair PP2
Brayden Point PP1
Nikita Kucherov PP1
Line 2
Anthony Cirelli PP2
Brandon Hagel PP2
Steven Stamkos PP1
Line 3
Michael Eyssimont PP2
Mitchell Chaffee
Nicholas Paul PP1
Line 4
Calvin de Haan
Luke Glendening
Tyler Motte
Darren Raddysh PP2
Victor Hedman PP1
Erik Cernak
Matt Dumba
Emil Lilleberg
Maxwell Crozier
Brent Seabrook - IR
Haydn Fleury - DTD
Jonas Johansson - O
Logan Brown - IR
Mikhail Sergachev - IR
Thu 25, 11:30 PM
Carolina Hurricanes
Frederik Andersen
Line 1
Andrei Svechnikov PP2
Jake Guentzel PP1
Sebastian Aho PP1
Line 2
Jesperi Kotkaniemi
Martin Necas PP2
Teuvo Teravainen PP1
Line 3
Jordan Martinook
Jordan Staal
Seth Jarvis PP1
Line 4
Evgeny Kuznetsov PP2
Jack Drury
Stefan Noesen PP2
Brent Burns PP1
Jaccob Slavin
Brady Skjei PP2
Tony DeAngelo
Dmitry Orlov
Jalen Chatfield
Brett Pesce - O
Jesper Fast - DTD
New York Islanders
Ilya Sorokin
Line 1
Bo Horvat PP1
Casey Cizikas
Mathew Barzal PP1
Line 2
Brock Nelson PP1
Hudson Fasching
Kyle Palmieri PP1
Line 3
Anders Lee PP2
Jean-Gabriel Pageau PP2
Pierre Engvall PP2
Line 4
Cal Clutterbuck
Kyle MacLean
Matt Martin
Alexander Romanov
Noah Dobson PP2
Adam Pelech
Ryan Pulock PP2
Mike Reilly PP1
Robert Bortuzzo
Scott Mayfield - IR

NHL Daily Lineups

BetPreview’s NHL Starting Lineups tool delivers all the expected lines, defensive pairings and starting goalies for every game of the NHL season.

Our NHL Daily Lineups are updated regularly, so you always know who is in the lineup and who they are playing with. If there is an injury, line change or goalie change, you will find it here first!

Why NHL Daily Lineups are Important for Sports Betting

Knowing the NHL daily lineups are important for bettors because you need to know who is out due to injury, which goalies are starting, and which line each player is on.

This allows you to make informed decisions as a bettor. For example, if a team is playing their backup goalie in the second game of a back-to-back, it can have a huge impact on both the Moneyline and Over/Under odds from top sportsbooks.

Using NHL Daily Lineups for Daily Fantasy

NHL daily lineups are a huge part of creating the best hockey daily fantasy squad. Any line changes, injuries and goalie replacements have an impact on who racks up fantasy points while on the ice. Use this with our NHL DFS Projections Tool to craft the best lineups possible.

By checking in for the Daily NHL lineups at BetPreview, you will know which players should get the most ice time and who is playing with the top linemates. Plus, you can find a lot of value in players that are going up against a backup goalie.

NHL Daily Lineup FAQs

What is an NHL Daily Lineup?

An NHL daily lineup is the list of players that will be active for the game, broken down by the lines and defensive pairing set by the coach. 

Each team typically plays with 12 forwards broken down into four lines of three players. Then, there are six defensemen that play in pairs and the starting goalie. 

How Often Do NHL Lineups Change?

NHL lineups can change on a daily basis, as coaches make adjustments to the lines and defensive pairings. While most lines can stay the same for weeks at a time, injuries and performance can lead to tweaks at any time.

How Often Do NHL Starting Goalies Change?

With load management becoming more common in the NHL, backup goalies are seeing more playing time than ever. The average NHL backup goalie plays between 15 and 25 games in a season.

Factors like playing on a back-to-back or going against a bad team can impact which starting goalie is chosen by the coach to play a game.