Free  NHL Betting Predictions March 27

Free  NHL Betting Predictions March 27
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NY RangersBUF Sabres @ NY Rangers
Sunday evening brings us a matchup between a pair of Eastern Conference teams who are at very different positions in the standings but have been equally difficult to get a good read on. The New York Rangers host the Buffalo Sabres with New York 3rd in the Metropolitan Division but just 6 points away from 1st place. Buffalo, on the other hand, is miles away from a playoff sniff, and 6th in the Atlantic Division with only 55 points. In the last 10 games for each team, the Rangers have a 6-4-0 record while the Sabres have gone 6-3-1. Each team has struggled with some of the bottom-feeders of the league, but beaten some elite squads.
New York should win this game, coming off a dominant 5-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins, along with wins against the Carolina Hurricanes and Tampa Bay Lightning in their previous 3 games. The division lead is well in reach for this team, but only if they take down the teams that they should. They can do that tonight.

PIT Penguins -1.5DET Red Wings @ PIT Penguins
Detroit heads into Pittsburgh to take on the Penguins after just having had a tough battle into overtime with the Lightning last night. Playing some of the best teams in the East back-to-back is a tough task for anyone, let alone the struggling Red Wings. Admittedly, they were impressive against Tampa Bay, holding them scoreless until late in the 3rd period before losing in overtime. Starting Detroit goaltender Alex Nedeljkovic was a large part of that success. With him having played in that matchup, and backup Thomas Greiss on the injury report, we can expect third-string Calvin Pickard in net.
The Pens will be ready to feast on a netminder who has played just 2 games this season, and they’re coming into this home game after losing twice on the road. Worse yet, they were beaten by the lowly Sabres and absolutely handled by a good Rangers team. Pittsburgh is still a point ahead of New York in the Metro Division, and will be looking to use this game to gain ground on the division-leading Hurricanes. Captain Sidney Crosby was held pointless last time out, but he had scored a point in 13 of 14 and 20 of 22 games before then. Now facing the team that allows the 2nd-most goals in the league at 3.72 per game, Crosby and the Pens should do what the Rangers just did to them last time out.

COL Avalanche WinCOL Avalanche @ MIN Wild
After dropping 4 out of 5 games earlier in March, the Avalanche are back to doing what they do best. Since that mini-slump, Colorado has won 5 of 6 games and outscored opponents 21-11. Of those 6 wins, 3 came against teams currently in a playoff spot. Minnesota has also found a much-needed win streak, but playing the second game of a back-to-back against the Avs, who have already beat them twice this year, will make it hard for them to keep their run going. Minnesota is 3-4-2 this season on the 2nd game of a back-to-back. Colorado is 27-8-3 on one day of rest. They are much different sample sizes, but this general mismatch with an extra day’s rest is something the Avs can pounce on.
The Avalanche are 13-5-2 against Central Division opponents this year. Their last 5 wins have been over better teams with a higher goal differential than Minnesota’s last 5 wins. These are very strong offenses, but Colorado has a clear edge in goal prevention and special teams. In what looks set to be a high- scoring game, Minnesota’s general inability to prevent goals will be tough to overcome against such a dynamic team. The Wild have bounced back, but this is a bad matchup for them against such a strong Avalanche team.

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NAS Predators -1.5PHI Flyers @ NAS Predators
Returning from their west-coast trip, the Predators’ first test is the Flyers. These teams faced off recently, on St. Patrick’s Day, and there were some 4-leaf clovers in Philly’s skates for that one. That may be the only explanation for a weak Flyers offense to put up 5 goals on Nashville goaltender Juuse Saros. Otherwise, Saros has been great this season. He is currently 1 win back from the most in the NHL and boasts a .921 save percentage. That game also took place in Philly, whereas the Preds are back on home ice in Nashville tonight. The Flyers will be much more uncomfortable there, as they hold the 4th-worst road record this season at 8-18-5.
That matchup back on the 17th was also former Flyers captain Claude Giroux’s last game with the team before being traded to the Panthers. Meanwhile, the Predators roster a nasty trio of captain-worthy skaters in Filip Forsberg, Roman Josi, and Matt Duchene. All of them are well above a point-per-game average, with Duchene throwing out between-the-leg goal trick shots and Josi averaging over 25 minutes of ice time per game. Their talent has played a primary role in their ability to stay on the fringe of top-10 goalscoring in the league, averaging 3.23 goals per game. We should expect the Flyers’ 2nd-worst goalscoring mark of 2.57 goals per game to have a tough time keeping up.

TOR Maple Leafs WinFLA Panthers @ TOR Maple Leafs
The Panthers completed an impressive comeback against the Senators on Saturday night, overcoming a 3-goal deficit before sealing the win in a shootout. Meanwhile, the Leafs dropped yet another game to the Canadiens in Montreal, which is a horrible loss to take at this point in the season, especially when the division-leading Panthers are coming into town the next night. Despite their poor performance against a weak team in Montreal last night, Toronto often comes to play in these big matchups against quality teams, so take them to lean on the home crowd and grab the win.
The race in the Atlantic Division standings is heating up with just over a month left in the regular season, as the Panthers, Leafs, Lightning, and Bruins are all within a few points of each other fighting for the top 3 spots. This is surprisingly the first meeting between Florida and Toronto, but it figures to be an intense and entertaining battle between divisional rivals with powerful offenses. In fact, the Panthers are the league’s highest -scoring offense, averaging over 4 goals per game, while the Leafs are only a few spots lower, ranking 4th in goals per game. Both teams also have lethal power-play units, with the Leafs having the most efficient power-play percentage in the league and the Panthers coming in 9th. Simply put, neither team prides itself on defense, so this game might just come down to which offense can outscore the other. Both teams are also playing for the second consecutive night and used their starting goaltenders in last night’s games, which even further supports the notion that this should be a high-scoring game between these elite offenses. Toronto should have the motivational advantage given their tough loss last night and being able to play in front of their home fans, so look for the Leafs to edge out a win.

  22 February Daily Betting Predictions

WIN Jets -1.5ARZ Coyotes @ WIN Jets
While the Jets are on the outside of the playoff race looking in, they’ve proved they can handle any opponent. In their past 10 games, they’ve won 7, including against 2-time defending Stanley Cup champions Lightning and shutting out the Golden Knights. Kyle Connor, Mark Scheifele, and Blake Wheeler, have shown their talent by each recording a point in their last 4 games straight. In those 4 games, they combined for 22 points. Keeping that streak alive could be a very comfortable situation as they remain in Winnipeg for this matchup, where they’ve been since their shutout victory against Vegas on Tuesday.
As if the Jets haven’t already been impressive recently, they’re facing a Coyotes team that has hardly left opposing teams howling for help. Arizona has allowed 4 goals in each of their past 4 games, including losses to the bottom-feeding Sharks and Kraken. On the season they allow over 3.5 goals per game and sit 5th-worst in the league. The Coyotes have had moments of brilliance as underdogs, but that was not something they displayed when they faced Winnipeg in February, when they experienced a multiple-goal loss. That game was in Arizona, so we should see the Jets take off with ease now that the Coyotes have to head north over the border to Winnipeg.

MON Canadiens WinMON Canadiens @ NJ Devils
The Canadiens have figured something out under interim coach Martin St. Louis. Montreal has won 10 of its last 17 games. That turnaround came after a stretch in which they had just 2 wins in 2+ months. Since then, they have beaten solid teams such as St. Louis, Toronto, Calgary, and Edmonton. Over the past week and a half, Montreal also has 1-goal regulation and overtime losses to Dallas, Boston, and Florida. The losses are losses, granted. But it shows that they’re playing decently and not rolling over. The Canadiens have 11 points in their last 10 games to the Devils’ 8 points in their last 10. Montreal shouldn’t have too hard of a time keeping decent form against a fellow basement-dweller.
New Jersey has a worse goal differential than Montreal over both 5 and 10-game spans. The Devils have been successful this season when they are scoring well. Lately, they haven’t been scoring so much and their inability to restrict opposing teams is a big reason they continue to lose. The Canadiens are 10-8-3 since the all-star break. The Devils’ last 9 wins date back 26 games to January 22. Montreal is playing some good hockey and will look to keep it rolling.

  NHL Betting Picks 05 March

NY Islanders WinTB Lightning @ NY Islanders
The Islanders have been playing some strong hockey lately. They have been a pushover at times this season, but enter this game with wins in 8 of their last 12 games. It’s not often that any team will catch Tampa Bay in a vulnerable spot but that is exactly what this game sets up for. The Lightning just snapped a 3-game losing streak but are 4-6-0 in their last 10. Tampa has had 2 separate 3-game losing streaks in March. Prior to that, they had only 2 of them all year. They are struggling to score as they are averaging 2.5 goals per game over their last 10 games. That rut bodes well for the Islanders who have the NHL’s 6th-best goal prevention.
The Islanders are 7-2-1 in their last 10 and doing their best work at home. They are 6-0 at home over that span while the Lightning are 4-5 on the road over their last 10 games. Tampa was also dealt a bit of a blow on Friday night as Ryan McDonagh left the game with an upper body injury and is out indefinitely. McDonagh plays the 2nd-most minutes per game on the team and is a stalwart on Tampa’s blue line and special teams. It will be tough for them to break out of this rut without a top player, on the road, and against a team that is playing well at home. This matchup sets up well for the Islanders.

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