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Plenty Of New Faces in The Battle of Alberta

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The Battle of Alberta highlights the opening night in the NHL, as the Calgary Flames head to the Rexall Place to take on the Edmonton Oilers. Though the two teams were pretty evenly matched last season, the Flames have won 10 of the past 12 against the Oilers overall.

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Underdogs Thriving in This Midwest Matchup

St. Louis pays a visit to Chicago on Wednesday, hoping to shut down the Blackhawks snipers in hockey action at United Center.

This season the Chicago Blackhawks are 50-29-10 overall while the St. Louis Blues are 59-32-11. As for the totals, Chicago is 33-33-23 on the OU, and St. Louis is 41-45-16.

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Battle of Ontario to be Headlined by Youth Movement

NHL betting odds interest swings to the Toronto Maple Leafs at Ottawa battle on Wednesday at Canadian Tire Centre as the Senators try to defend home turf and reward moneyline betting fans.

The Senators sit at 38-35-9 on the season; in comparison, the Toronto Maple Leafs are currently 29-42-11. Looking to wager on the totals? Ottawa is 39-40-3 OU, and Toronto is 34-36-12 OU.

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Penguins are Built for Another Cup Run in 2016-17

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Coming off the second Stanley Cup victory of the Crosby-Malkin era, the Pittsburgh Penguins will be trying to become the first team of the 2000s to repeat as Cup champions. They’re set to make a serious run again this year as the majority of their top talent is still under 30 years old. The Pens smothered their opponents during the playoffs with a fast-break offensive style that saw them outshoot their opponent in 20 of 24 playoff games. Maintaining that pace over the course of an entire season won’t be easy, but Pittsburgh should still be one of the best shows on ice this season.

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The 2016-17 Sharks Look Legit After Stumbling in Cup Final

San Jose is making teal cool again after getting all the way to the Cup final last year. Although some roster weaknesses were made abundantly clear in their six games with the Penguins in the final series for Lord Stanley’s mug, the Sharks were right on the brink of winning their first franchise Stanley Cup. They addressed some of their needs in the offseason and unless age starts to catch up to them, they should be in great position to make another deep playoff run.

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Stars Could Be a Bettors' Dream in 2016-17

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The Dallas Stars made an insane 17-point leap from the 2014-15 season to their Central Division-winning campaign one year ago and the thrill-a-minute team is projected for big things from NHL pundits and oddsmakers alike.

The Stars’ 267 goals made them the league’s top scoring team last season and members of the red light manufacturing industry will be grinning ear to ear as Dallas looks poised to eclipse that number furthermore this year, lighting lamps from coast to coast.

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Canadiens Looking To Rebound After Tough Season

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Injuries completely derailed the Montreal Canadiens’ 2015-16 season with no player’s absence being felt more than Carey Price’s. The Habs netminder was coming off the best season of his career – winning the Vezina, Hart and Ted Lindsay in the 2014-15 season – and looked excellent to start the year before a knee injury sidelined him.

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Lightning are Elite but are Coming up Short in Big Games

The Lightning’s shortcomings the past few seasons have been the result of not being able to win the big game. They were right there last season, but lost in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals to the Pittsburgh Penguins. The year before that, they were ousted by the Chicago Blackhawks in six games in the Stanley Cup final. Despite not being able to close things out the past few seasons, they remain among the elite in the NHL and should once again be in the mix come playoff time.

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Things are Finally Looking Up in Toronto

The Toronto Maple Leafs were the worst team in the NHL last season, but things are (finally) starting to look up in the Big Smoke.

Toronto has been in a clear rebuild since Brendan Shanahan took over the reins as team president in 2014, and Shanny has made some great strides in an effort to make the Leafs relevant again.

Bringing in Mike Babcock as coach has already started to pay dividends, and an influx of young talent highlighted by 2016 No. 1 overall pick Auston Matthews has fans in the GTA excited for the first time in quite a while.

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Rangers Backers Could Be Left Feeling Blue in 2016-17

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The days of the New York Rangers being a dominant force in the hotly contested Metropolitan Division are probably bound for a brief hiatus. Heck, the Rangers’ days as the kings of NYC hockey are probably over. Age and a lack of wiggle room under the cap have been at the forefront of a transitional period for the Blueshirts that could potentially cause the 2016-17 season to be one of disappointment.

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