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Flyers, Penguins on NHL Lines

Can anyone stop the Pittsburgh Penguins? Hockey betting fans are about to find out. Sidney Crosby and the Pens will put their 12-game winning streak to the test when they battle the Philadelphia Flyers on the road on Tuesday night.


Wings vs. Habs NHL Betting

Bettors can enjoy an Original Six NHL betting matchup Friday night when the Montreal Canadiens travel to Hockeytown to battle the Detroit Red Wings.

Shops like Bovada has Detroit as a -147 favorite and the Habs as a +136 underdog, with the over/under set at 5.5.


NHL Betting: Sens, Canadiens

It’s a relatively quiet Tuesday in NHL betting, with just five games on the schedule, but a crucial Northeast Division matchup should draw lots of action. The Ottawa Senators visit the Montreal Canadiens at 7:00 p.m. ET. BookMaker has Montreal as a -160 favorite on the moneyline with the over/under at five goals.


Pens, Jackets on NHL Betting

Lucrative Pittsburgh is shooting up the standings, and because of an eight-game winning streak they now lead the Atlantic Division. They will face off in NHL betting against the suddenly-cold Blue Jackets in Columbus on Saturday night.

Sidney Crosby continues to dazzle as he scored a natural hat trick to lead the Penguins to a 3-2 win on NHL lines at Bovada on Thursday, ending Atlanta’s six-game winning streak.


Red Wings, Ducks NHL line

Back-to-back wins for Detroit over Anaheim is enough for sportsbooks to list the Red Wings as -135 favorites on hockey odds for Friday night against the +115 home underdog Ducks.

Anaheim has done well with seven wins when pegged with underdog status on the NHL line this year, while Detroit is a staggering 13-5 as a favorite on hockey odds. The smart money is with the Red Wings on that Bovada line, but it’s hard to ignore the Ducks' 9-4-1 home record.


Bolts, Leafs on NHL Odds

The favored -115 Maple Leafs' three-game home winning streak will be in jeopardy on Tuesday when they host an underdog Tampa Bay team hungry to snap a two-game slide.

Tampa Bay shut out Toronto 4-0 in their only clash this season, and as -105 underdogs at the Lightning are a good upset bet possibility in this one.

Steven Stamkos is scoreless in two games, but against his hometown Maple Leafs he has tallied 13 points in nine career games – including a pair in the earlier meeting.


NHL Lines: Sabres vs. Habs

Buffalo has been better on the road, and it will suit the Sabres just fine to be underdogs when they face the Canadiens on Saturday night at the Bell Centre.

These are teams with a deep-rooted animosity for one another, and although Montreal has won the previous three matchups, the Sabres are the team that has won six of the last 10 head-to-head meetings.

Underdog bettors at sportsbooks like Bovada could be tempted with the overall record of the Sabres against the Canadiens and wager on a possible big payday.


Ducks, Hawks on NHL Odds

It’s as though oddsmakers are ignoring the excellent home record of the Ducks, who will be slight underdogs when they host the defending-champion Blackhawks on Friday night at the Honda Center.

Chicago (-115 at sports a solid 6-4-2 record on the road, but they are going up against equal foes in Anaheim (-105 at The teams are both playing .500 hockey and have split the previous four games head-to-head.


Coyotes, Oilers on NHL Odds

The oddsmakers aren't giving the Edmonton Oilers much of a chance on Tuesday night for their game on the road against the streaking Phoenix Coyotes at Arena. has Edmonton at +175 to notch rare back-to-back road victories against the streaking -215 favorite Coyotes.

To add misery to the Oilers' road woes, they have dropped four straight to Phoenix – although three of those losses were by one goal.


Leafs vs. Habs Game Odds

The Maple Leafs will try to bury the Canadiens for the fourth time in five tries when they meet Saturday night, and bettors might opt to take underdog Toronto against red-hot Montreal because of that record.

Toronto is coming off back-to-back wins since losing eight straight after a solid start to the season. Jonas Gustavsson stopped 29 shots for the Maple Leafs in their win over New Jersey on Thursday, while the Canadiens were shut out by Nashville 3-0.



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