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Free  NHL Betting Predictions April 03

Free  NHL Betting Predictions April 03
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OTT Senators Money Line vs DET Red Wings
These two teams meet for the second time in as many games. The Senators took down the Red Wings easily when they played in Detroit. Now at home, Ottawa should be even more comfortable. Detroit has proven their league-worst goaltending has no signs of improving. Ottawa has Drake Batherson back in the lineup and should take advantage.

BUF Sabres +1.5 Puck Line vs FLA Panthers
Florida heads up to Buffalo on a back-to-back after a crazy comeback from down 6-2 against the Devils yesterday. It’s clear the Panthers are the better team with the most high-powered offense in the league. However, the Sabres have given fits to even great teams. They’ve stayed within a goal of the Penguins, Capitals, and Rangers in consecutive games and should do the same here.

NY Islanders Money Line @ NJ Devils
The Islanders are 10-3-1 in their past 14 games and ride a three-game winning streak into this contest while the Devils have given up a combined 15 goals to the Bruins and Panthers over the past two games. This matchup between the Islanders and Devils features two teams heading in completely opposite directions as the season comes to a close, so take the better team that’s also playing with a ton of confidence.
CHI Blackhawks 3-Way Money Line vs ARZ Coyotes
Arizona’s lone bright spot this season was the emergence of Clayton Keller. Unfortunately, he slid into the boards and fractured his leg Wednesday night. Chicago has had losses to tough teams in the Lightning and Panthers in their past two games. Patrick Kane has been held pointless in those two games. Along with Alex DeBrincat, they should have enough to overcome the lowly Coyotes.
WAS Capitals Money Line vs MIN Wild
Minnesota was just in Carolina last night, and now face Washington for their third game in four nights. The Caps have been off for nearly a week, allowing T.J. Oshie to get healthy. The Wild also had Marc-Andre Fleury in net last night, putting the now back-up Cam Talbot against the Caps. Alex Ovechkin and company will be looking to help extend his climb up the career goal scoring total and get a win in the process.
NY Rangers -1.5 Puck Line vs PHI Flyers
The Rangers are in need of a bounce back after getting shut out by the Islanders last time out. Meanwhile, the Flyers are on the second of a back-to-back and face an angry New York squad. Philly has traded away their captain and now ended Keith Yandle’s ironman streak at 989 games. The Rangers skaters are actually playing for something while the Flyers have clearly thrown in the towel.
VAN Canucks Money Line vs VGS Golden Knights
Both Vegas and Vancouver have been inconsistent teams this season. The Knights came in with high expectations, but injuries have hindered their success. Mark Stone and Max Pacioretty remain out, paving way for the Canucks to steal a win at home. Vancouver kept their star J.T. Miller despite talks at the trade deadline. With three days rest, he should help lead Vancouver past a shaky Vegas team.
EDM Oilers Money Line @ ANA Ducks
It seems very clear that the Oilers should be the winning team in this game. They have won 4 of their last 5 games and are riding a 3-game win streak. A strong 6-5 overtime win against a great St. Louis Blues team proves they are finding many ways to win, even against good teams. Anaheim should have some jump here after a 5-0 blowout win on Friday night, but as the better team, the Oilers should be able to match their play and take the win on the road.
DAL Stars Money Line @ SEA Kraken
The Stars end their west coast road trip in Seattle to face the expansion team with just 48 points on the season. The Kraken just lost two straight to Vegas, scoring just two games total in those games. Dallas comes in having just played San Jose, but if there’s any team that can be had even on a back-to-back, it’s Seattle. The Kraken have been in the bottom five in goal scoring all season; the Stars should be able to outlast even if fatigued.
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