Sure NHL Bets for this Weekend (Feb. 12-14)
Looking to pad your gambling account this weekend? Take a look at some of these games from the NHL. Take advantage of a poorly set spread or moneyline to bring in some extra cash. Remember to check out more Hockey lines by clicking here.
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Games You Should Check for on NHL Odds
Nashville at Tampa Bay (Friday)
The Nashville Predators have a history of dwelling near the top of the West and then imploding in the postseason. This year, they are already swirling the drain as far as making the postseason goes, while the Tampa Bay Lightning finally woke up in January and are rapidly climbing the standings in the East. So if you can find a spread or moneyline that seems to underestimate the Lightning, take that game to the bank.
Montreal at Buffalo (Friday)
This is another case of making sure that the spreads and moneylines are evaluating a team for the way they’re playing instead of the way they were playing when the season started, or how they perform historically. With Carey Price between the pipes, the Canadiens were unbeatable. Since he went down in October to injury, the Canadiens have been in free fall. The Sabres aren’t a strong team by any means, but the Canadiens aren’t a reliable bet against anyone, even at home, and on the road, I would take Buffalo to win in that raucous, small arena.
Washington at Dallas (Saturday)
This is the Dallas Stars’ chance to earn some redemption after a bad January and an even worse whipping at the hands of the Chicago Blackhawks last Saturday night. The Capitals come in atop the Eastern Conference standings, but they have been shaky on the offensive end. I would pick the Stars to win this one, and I would take the over (as long as it’s 5.5 or less), as I like both teams to show some real fireworks.
Anaheim at Chicago (Saturday)
Yes, the Ducks are showing some signs of life, but the Blackhawks have been white-hot lately. I would pick the Blackhawks, and I would take the over, because they are scoring goals in bunches these days. The Ducks don’t have the defense to smother Chicago’s video-game level offense.
Philadelphia at N.Y. Rangers (Sunday)
The Flyers have had a bit of an offensive resurgence as of late, but the Rangers are doing their best to work their way into a favorable postseason matchup, at least in the first round. The Flyers are a scrappy team every night, but the Rangers have too much going on with their scoring lines, and Henrik Lundqvist is a much more reliable netminder than whoever the Flyers will put in goal.
Boston at Detroit (Sunday)
This Original Six rivalry is a red-letter game for both teams, but the B’s need to start making some statements if they are going to play up to their potential and give the Cup a legitimate chase this summer. Look at the Bruins’ results from the later half of the week before you call in that bet, but if the Bruins can continue their improved play, they could put on a run.