While I love playing fantasy sports as much as the next guy, prop plays have always been my favorite thing to put money on. At first, it started out simple. “What will be the first scoring play of the game?” “Will the longest field goal be over/under 47.5 yards?”

The list goes on and on. With the emergence of fantasy sports, the prop plays I was wagering became more player based. “How many receptions will Julio Jones have (over/under 9.5)?” “How many touchdown passes will Tom Brady throw (over/under 3.5)?”

There is finally a site that combines the best of both worlds. That site is

Don’t let the creative name stop you from checking their stuff out. It is legit and tons of fun. More importantly, it combines two things I love: prop plays and fantasy sports. offers a wide range of games that are a lot of fun to play.


There’s nothing like the Stanley Cup Finals, even with the St. Louis Blues being in it. Keep in mind I’m a huge Blackhawks fan. Tonight, we have game one in Boston. Like most other people, I like the Bruins to win this series because they have many players that have been there before.

Give me the Bruins in 7. This is going one of the best Finals in years. What better way to enjoy than to make some money playing Monkey Knife Fight? Here are my favorite prop plays for tonight’s game. REMEMBER to use promo code LOOP on your first deposit to get extra cash!

Let’s get into the plays.


Patrice Bergeron OVER 4.5 shots on goal + blocks – Bergeron may be the best two-way player in the NHL. He’s going to get the Bruins off to a fast start in game 1. If the line was just 4.5 SOG, it would be an easy under, but since Bergeron does it all, this is an easy over with shot blocks involved.

Brad Marchand OVER 0.5 Assists – You either love Marchand or you hate him. I respect his game, and since I like Bergeron tonight, I like Marchand as well. That top line of the Bruins will set the tone in game 1 and for the rest of the series.

Colton Parayko OVER 3.5 shots on goal + blocks – Parayko projects to get 2-3 SOG, so this line being set at 3.5 seems a bit low. He will get 2-3 blocks, so this is easily my favorite play on the night.


David Krejci vs. Ryan O’Reilly points – If you like the Bruins tonight, you have to go with Krejci here. Krejci is averaging 1.2 points per game in these playoffs.

Vladimir Tarasenko vs. Torey Krug points – I’m going with the dog here in Torey Krug. He’s one of the best defensemen in the NHL and I believe the Bruins only let up one goal. There is risk in this play, but I’m leaning Krug.

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Nick Petro

Nick is a recent graduate of Northern Illinois University and passionate about everything Chicago sports (except the Cubs). He hopes to one day see his beloved Bears win the Super Bowl and is still trying to figure out why Jay Cutler gets so much hate.

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