Saturday Night Hockey – Free Picks for Every NHL Game on 2/11

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Well, after a strange week of one and two game nights the NHL is back with a vengeance and that’s great news for fans and bettors alike. There’s an enormous 13 game schedule ahead of us for Saturday and while that may seem daunting just treat it as the perfect opportunity to make a ton of money.

The hockey starts early with games kicking off at 1 pm Eastern Time, so if you’re already tired of whatever ridiculous house chore you haven’t gotten around to doing…just don’t do it! Kick back, relax, and get ready for a big day of hockey. Let’s get to it!

St. Louis Blues +1.5 (-265)
VS
Montreal Canadiens -1.5 (+225)
Total: 5 (-145o, -125u)

Moneyline

  • St. Louis (+105) at Montreal (-125)

The Blues and Canadiens are in similar situations. Montreal hasn’t fired their coach lately like the Blues have, but they’re struggling to recapture their identity after looking like one of the strongest teams in the league earlier this season.

St. Louis did fire their coach, and while the sample size is too small to say if it was a success yet, they needed to do something after struggling mightily in the second half of the season so far. St. Louis enters with a 28-22-5 record this season and are 5-5-0 in their last ten.

Montreal counters with a 31-17-8 record of their own but are just 4-4-2 in their last ten after a narrow one goal win against the lowly Arizona Coyotes. The Canadiens are struggling all over the ice and unless they improve in a hurry they could find themselves in danger of a much lower playoff seed, or in an extreme case missing the postseason altogether.

Offense

If there’s one area Montreal hasn’t been struggling too much in this season it’ their offense. The Canadiens average 2.91 goals a game which ranks 8th in the NHL and their powerplay hums along at 22.29 percent, good enough for 5th in the league.

Still, the offense has been struggling recently. With the exception of the five goal outburst against one of the worst defenses in the league in their last game the Canadiens were shut out in back to back contests. They’re now averaging just 2.2 goals a game over their last ten games and need to find some more consistency from their forwards.

After starting the season as one of the hottest players in the league Max Pacioretty seems to have found his stride again which is good news for the Habs. He’s coming off a two goal, two assist performance against the Coyotes and now has six points in his last five games. He’s been the lifeblood of the offense this season with 48 points in 56 games but he still needs some more help.

Alex Galchenyuk needs to lend that help. He’s missed almost half the season with an injury but now that he’s back he’s still struggling. He has just two points in his last fives games despite almost being a point per game player before his injury. If Montreal can find a way to get him going they’ll be in much better shape come playoffs time.

St. Louis has been right there with Montreal all season long, averaging 2.85 goals and ranking 10th in the NHL in that department. They were struggling to score in the second half of the season but have totaled 10 goals during their three game winning streak including a six goal outburst against a good Ottawa Senators team.

They continue to rely too heavily on Vladimir Tarasenko though. Their superstar has 53 points in 55 games this season and three in his last two games including the overtime game winning goal against the Leafs in his last outing. As excellent as he’s been this season, other players need to chip in.

One player who’s been unbelievably disappointing this season is Neil Yakupov. The 21 year old was supposed to bring some skill and energy to an aging Blues team but instead brought a lack of work ethic and skill. He has just six (yes six!) points in 36 games this season and continues to be a healthy scratch. If he can ever find the magic that made him such a high draft pick the Blues will become that much more dangerous.

Defense

The Habs’ defense has been stellar as a whole this season, allowing just 2.54 goals a game to rank 7th overall, but lately that defense has been nonexistent. In their last two games they’ve let in four goals in each outing and are starting to get worried about their defensive core.

Thank goodness they traded for Shea Weber. The big bruising blueliner is by far the Canadiens’ best defender as evidenced by his +16 rating. He’s also leading the team in points and goals on the powerplay and without him the Canadiens would be truly lost. He hasn’t registered a point in his last five games, and Montreal would kill for him to chip in some goals from the point, but he’s still one of the best defensemen in the NHL.

With Andrei Markov healthy again the defense should return to it’s normal dominant self but they’ll have to be careful against a suddenly surging Blues team. St. Louis has allowed just one goal in their last three games thanks to a full team effort on defense.

The Blues are getting contributions from their back checking forwards and despite trade rumors swirling around him Kevin Shattenkirk is continuing to play excellent hockey. He has a point in four straight games and a +2 rating in all three games during the Blues’ win streak. His -10 rating on the season should improve as St. Louis finds their stride again and that’s bad news for the rest of the league.

Goalies

If we asked you to name the better goalies between the Canadiens and Blues everyone would say Carey Price. While that may be true overall, the Blues’ goalies are coming off two shutouts and a one goal performance in their last three games. Jake Allen made 31 of 32 saves against the Leafs and shutout the senators in the game prior. He’ll likely get the nod against the Canadiens after struggling earlier.

Montreal counters with, of course, Carey Price but that may not necessarily be a good thing. Price allowed four goals on 25 shots against the Coyotes and has now let in 11 goals in his last three games. He’ll need to be much sharper against the Blues

Key Matchup

Shea Weber against Vladimir Tarasenko.

When Tarasenko scores, this team wins, basically. Weber will have the tall task of shutting him down, but if anyone’s up for the challenge it’s the big Canadiens’ D-Man.

Advice

The Habs are struggling and the Blues are rolling. Considering St Louis is getting decent odds on the road we like them to keep up their strong play with another win. Take the Blues on the spread.

Pick

St. Louis
4
Montreal
1
Vancouver Canucks +1.5 (-150)
VS
Boston Bruins -1.5 (+130)
Total: 5 (-145o, -125u)

Moneyline

  • Vancouver (-155) at Boston (+135)

The Canucks surprised everyone in their last outing with a huge 3-0 shutout over the Columbus Blue Jackets. Vancouver desperately needed that win as they were riding a four game losing streak and watching their playoff hopes slip away.

They’re now just six points out of a spot and still gunning for the postseason. The Sedin twins showed up to play with four points between the two of them and turned in a veteran performance for a team desperately needing a checkmark in the W column.

Now they hit the road to take on the Bruins who need their wins as well. Boston is coming off a big win over the Sharks but are still just 4-5-1 in their last ten games and holding on to a one point lead for the final Wild Card spot in the Eastern Conference.

Their team has responded well to their coach being fired and will try to keep the momentum up against another desperate squad.

Key Matchup

Ryan Miller against Brad Marchand.

Miller is coming off a huge shutout, and while more has been asked of him this season then he probably would have liked as he gets older he’s still capable of being one of the premier goalies in the league on any single night.

Now he’ll have to stop the heart and soul of the Bruins on Saturday night when Brad Marchand hits the ice. The Bruins’ leading scorer has 57 points in 56 games this season and is absolutely on fire with 10 points in his last five games including five goals.

Advice

Boston is the better team, playing at home, and equally as desperate as Vancouver. Take the Bruins on the spread as they continue to roll without coach Claude Julien.

Pick

Boston
4
Vancouver
2
New York Islanders +1.5 (-275)
VS
Ottawa Senators -1.5 (+235)
Total: 5.5 (-120o, EVENu)

Moneyline

  • New York (-275) at Ottawa (+235)

The Islanders just keep winning. They’re now 7-1-2 in their last ten games after winning their second straight against the Flyers and are now just two points out of a playoff spot. They have one of the hottest goalies in the league in Thomas Greiss and one of the hottest scorers in John Tavares and the future is only looking brighter for the often forgotten other team in New York.

They’ve also won six of their last ten against the Senators, and Ottawa won’t be thrilled to see a team rolling along this nicely enter their own building. The Sens are coming off a nice 3-2 win against Dallas and are now 5-3-2 in their last ten, but there’s still some cause for concern.

Ottawa is the only playoff bound team with a negative goal differential and they’re still finding it difficult to put pucks in the back of the net. The Senators have scored just three goals in their last three games and their lack of depth up front is turning into a problem

With just four players above the 30 point plateau and one of them being a defensemen it’s clear that the Senators need someone to pick up the pace up front. Bobby Ryan has had a particularly disappointing campaign with just 21 points in 46 games and hasn’t picked up a single point in four games.

Key Matchup

Thomas Greiss against Mike Condon.

Condon has come to Ottawa in relief and played excellent in net while they wait for Craig Anderson to get healthy. Condon stopped 31 of 33 shots in his last game and now owns a 16-9-5 record with a 2.53 goals against average and a .913 save percentage.

That’s impressive, but has nothing on Greiss. The Islanders goalie earned himself a big contract with his recent play and continue to impress. He has improved his record to 17-8-3 and has a 2.39 goals against average with a .923 save percentage.

Advice

The Islanders are getting good odds as the road team and they’ve been excellent under new interim head coach Doug Weight. As long as they continue to play hard they can beat almost anyone in the NHL. Take New York on the spread.

Pick

New York
5
Ottawa
2
San Jose Sharks -1.5 (+235)
VS
Philadelphia Flyers +1.5 (-275)
Total: 5.5 (-120o, EVENu)

Moneyline

  • San Jose (-130) at Philadelphia (+110)

The Sharks are coming off a rare defensive performance that saw them give up six goals to the Bruins, but they’re still 6-2-2 in their last ten games and will be trying to avenge the bad effort against the Flyers on the road.

Philadelphia is coming off two straight losses and are now just 4-5-1 in their last ten games. After a very strong start to the season the Flyers are slipping further and further away from a playoff spot. They’re now a point out of the Wild Card race and the teams in front of them have been playing better hockey lately.

Philly has a brutal goal differential of -22 and still hasn’t figured out how to play consistent defense. Shayne Gostisbehere has been a huge disappointment this season and continues to go from healthy scratch to poor performance. He registered an assist in his return to the lineup but continues to be (pardon the pun) skating on thin ice.

San Jose is a well-oiled machine. Sure they let in six goals against the Bruins, but Boston was playing with an energy usually reserved for the playoffs as they try to turn their season around under their new coach. The Sharks are just fine and should come out their normal dominant selves on Saturday night.

Key Matchup

Brent Burns against Mark Streit.

Streit is the only viable defensemen on the Flyers and his responsibility continues to grow with each passing game. He’s still just a -9 on the season and now his job gets harder having to go up against Burns. Despite being a blueliner Burns leads his team with 57 points in 55 games and is one of the leading scorers in all of hockey.

Advice

The Flyers aren’t ready for what the Sharks are going to bring to the ice on Saturday night. San Jose is getting decent odds for being the road team, and we want to jump all over them. Take the Sharks on the spread and the over in what should be a high scoring game.

Pick

San Jose
5
Philadelphia
3
Carolina Hurricanes +1.5 (-290)
VS
Dallas Stars -1.5 (+245)
Total: 5.5 (-120)o, (EVEN)u

Moneyline

  • Carolina (+105) at Dallas (-125)

The Hurricanes watched their mini win streak come to an end against the same team that everyone is losing to, the Washington Capitals. The Caps dominated the Canes 5-0 and now Carolina is 4-6-0 in their last ten games and five points out of a playoff spot.

Carolina’s problems boil down to one single thing: They can’t play on the road. The Hurricanes are 17-6-1 at home this season, which is one of the best records in the NHL, but just 7-15-6 away from home. We know leaving home can be tough, but this difficult? Carolina is a bottom five team on the road this season and unless that improves they’ll find themselves missing the playoffs.

They have to take that struggling road record into Dallas where the Stars are 14-9-6. Luckily for Carolina, Dallas has lost four straight and can’t seem to play a lick of defense. Their games have been close but they’re still not getting enough out of their goaltending.

Kari Lehtonen and Antti Niemi are both struggling mightily this season and obviously the “two good goalie system” doesn’t work when neither goalie is good. It will be interesting to see if Dallas commits to one goalie down the stretch in an effort to instill some confidence but we wouldn’t hold our breaths.

Key Matchup

Sebastian Aho against Tyler Seguin.

Aho has been a nice surprise for the Hurricanes this season with 31 points in 52 games at the age of just 19 but has cooled off lately without a point in two straight games. The Stars’ weak goaltending may be what he needs to break out of the slump. Seguin is doing all he can to get his team to the playoffs with 51 points in 55 games and he’ll be as dangerous as ever against a weak road team.

Advice

We want to take Carolina so badly, but they just don’t win on the road. We think the Stars snap their losing streak and win at home. Take Dallas on the spread.

Pick

Dallas
5
Carolina
3
Florida Panthers +1.5 (-290)
VS
Nashville Predators -1.5 (+245)
Total: 5.5 (-120)o, (EVEN)u

Moneyline

  • Florida (+125) at Nashville (-145)

The Panthers had a minor setback against the Kings when they were thumped 6-3 in their last outing but they still look like a darkhorse team to make the playoffs in the East. Their entire squad is essentially healthy now and they’re just four points out of a playoff spot.

They’re just 4-4-2 in their last ten and coming off a loss but they’ve shown signs of improving with each passing game. Jonathan Huberdeau is back in the lineup and that can only mean good things for the Panthers. He’s only played two games this season and yet has two points and after a stellar campaign last year he should get back into the swing of things in no time. Aleksander Barkov is also back in action for Florida and he’s recorded 29 points in 38 games this season. He has four points in his last five games and two points in two straight.

Barkov and Huberdeau will be up against the Predators who are coming off a loss to the red-hot Rangers but are still 6-3-1 in their last ten games and fighting with the Blues for the third spot in the Central Division. Nashville is still in a playoff spot as they sit in first in the Wild Card race but with how tight the West is they need every win they can get their hands on.

P.K. Subban showed signs of life with two assists in his last outing but that’s still just two points in his last five games. He’ll need to generate some more offense if the Predators want to make some noise in the playoffs, or even make them.

Key Matchup

Jonathan Huberdeau against James Neal.

Neal is the leading goal scorer for the Predators with 17 this season and yet hasn’t found the back of the net in five straight games. He’ll need to shoot a little more often(and with success) if Nashville wants to stay relevant. He’ll also need to keep an eye on Huberdeau. Teams may overlook him because he’s been out with an injury for so long but that’d be a mistake, he’s one of the best players on the ice every night he laces them up.

Advice

Florida is showing signs of promise but the Predators are just too strong at home. Take Nashville on the spread.

Pick

Nashville
3
Florida
1
Detroit Red Wings +1.5 (-180)
VS
Columbus Blue Jackets -1.5 (+160)
Total: 5.5 (+110)o, (-130)u

Moneyline

  • Detroit (+170) at Columbus (-200)

It might finally be the end of the line for the Red Wings. Detroit is coming off a loss to the Capitals (like everyone else) and are now just 3-3-4 in their last ten games. They’re sitting in dead last in the Eastern Conference and yet still just six points out of a playoff spot.

Those six points won’ be easy for them to come by, especially not against Columbus. The Blue Jackets have looked human lately with a 4-5-1 record in their last ten and coming off being shut out by the Canucks but they’re still 18-7-1 at home this season. They have one of the most balanced attacks in all of hockey and will try and bounce back from a loss against Detroit’s weak defense.

The Jackets are also just two points ahead of the Rangers who are chasing them for the third spot in their division. Should they pass them Columbus would fall back into a Wild Card position, a spot they haven’t been in for months.

Key Matchup

Dylan Larkin against Cam Atkinson.

Larkin is just 20 years old, and still a good NHL player but he’s been struggling mightily this season. He has just 19 points in 52 games and just one in his last five. If the Wings have any plans on going on a run he’ll need to pick up his game He’ll also have to worry about Atkinson. The small but skilled Jackets’ forward leads his team in points with 48 in 53 games but has cooled off as well with just two points in his last five.

Advice

The Jackets have looked shaky lately, but not shaky enough to lose to the struggling Wings at home. Take Columbus on the spread.

Pick

Columbus
3
Detroit
0
Buffalo Sabres +1.5 (-210)
VS
Toronto Maple Leafs -1.5 (+175)
Total: 5.5 (-115)o, (-105)u

Moneyline

  • Buffalo (+150) at Toronto (-170)

The Sabres and Leafs are both struggling to find some consistency, but in very different ways. Buffalo is just trying to become a fringe playoff team while the Leafs are trying to carve out some space for themselves in the postseason position they’re already in.

Buffalo enters the matchup coming off a tough 5-2 loss at the hands of the Ducks but they’re still 5-4-1 in their last ten games and still just six points out of the playoffs in the East. The Leafs bring their 25-17-11 overall record into play and have a strange 4-3-3 record in their last ten games. For whatever reason, Toronto has been brutal in overtime not just lately, but this season as well.

They’re 1-6 in the shootout and now have 11 losses in overtime, which is the most in the NHL. For a young, youthful, skilled team their lack of success in the extra frame doesn’t make much sense until you realize experience in those situations are a huge benefit.

Toronto will try to avoid overtime at all costs and get it done at home where they’re 13-8-4 this season.  They’ve also won two straight against this Buffalo team and the Auston Matthews/Jack Eichel battle is definitely tipping in Matthews’ favor.

Key Matchup

Frederik Anderson against Robin Lehner.

Anderson looked shaky last week but responded with two big games including stopping 40 shots against the Blues in his last outing. He took the loss in that games but was still spectacular in net and may be ready to go on another run. He’ll be up against Lehner who is getting shelled. He’s faced 35 or more shots in seven straight games but it’s helped raise his save percentage to an awesome .923

Advice

It’s always exciting when these two teams get together and we expect another high scoring affair from both. Take the over with the Leafs ultimately hanging on with the moneyline.

Pick

Toronto
5
Buffalo
4
Tampa Bay Lightning +1.5 (-265)
VS
Winnipeg Jets -1.5 (+255)
Total: 5.5 (-110)o, (-110)u

Moneyline

  • Tampa Bay (+105) at Winnipeg (-125)

The Lighting had won two straight before taking on the Wild last night, and regardless of that outcome they’ve looked stronger as of late with some great goaltending and timely scoring. They’re still six points out of a playoff spot and while Steven Stamkos continues to get healthier the reality is he may not return this season.

Tampa Bay is still a good team without him, but not a great one, and they’ve struggled this season with many more injuries than just his. If Tampa does miss the postseason they’ll still be one of the strongest teams to start the year next year, but we care about right now.

They’ve lost six of ten to the Winnipeg Jets who are trying to make the playoffs out in the Western conference. The Jets have lost two straight and desperately need a win to keep pace with all the playoff hopefuls. Young rookie star Patrik Laine hasn’t scored in three straight games and will be trying to find his sot early against the Lightning.

Key Matchup

Mark Scheifele against Ben Bishop.

Bishop has looked shaky since his return from injury but is coming off a huge 5-0 shutout over the Kings. He’ll now go up against the Jets’ sneaky good offense, including Mark Scheifele. The Jets’ leading point scorer has seven points in his last five games but none during the team’s recent two game slide. Expect him to have an extra jump in his step from the opening faceoff.

Advice

The Jets are back home and have won six of ten against the Lightning. They need this win badly and are trying to come off two straight losses. Take Winnipeg on the spread.

Pick

Winnipeg
5
Tampa Bay
1
Colorado Avalanche +1.5 (-120)
VS
New York Rangers -1.5 (EVEN)
Total: 5.5 (EVEN)o, (-120)u

Moneyline

  • Colorado (+245) at New York (-290)

The Avalanche and Rangers battle in Madison Square Garden in the biggest mismatch of the night. The Rangers have won four straight and desperately want their spot in the Metropolitan Division back from the Jackets who they’re just two points back of.

The Rangers are coming off wins over the Predators, Ducks, Flames and Sabres and will try and add the Avalanche to their list of victims when the puck drops on Saturday night. New York has the league’s second best offense averaging 3.43 goals a game and has shown no signs of slowing down in the second half of the season.

Michael Grabner continues to fill up the stat sheet with 26 goals and 35 points in 53 games this season. While he’d like his assist total to be higher his 26 goals rank top ten in the NHL and he’s been on fire recently. He has five goals in his last five games including a big two goal performance in a win over the Ducks.

Now he gets to feast on the league’s worst defense. The Avalanche are letting in an average of 3.37 goals a game and sit in the bottom five in shots allowed and penalty kill. They’re coming off a 4-1 loss at the hands of the Penguins and are now just 2-7-1 in their last ten games.

Key Matchup

Matt Duchene against Henrik Lundqivist.

Duchene is prime trade bait thanks to his contract and has had a decent season with 32 points in 46 games. Those numbers would be much higher on a better team and with some strong play he could land somewhere else at the trade deadline. He’ll have to try and score against King Henrik who has won  seven of his last eight and four straight. He has a goals against average of 2.70 and a save percentage of .911.

Advice

No matter how big the spread is you just can’t bet on the Avalanche in this matchup. Either avoid it at all costs or load heavily on the Rangers on the spread and the moneyline.

Pick

New York
6
Colorado
3
Anaheim Ducks +1.5 (-170)
VS
Washington Capitals 1.5 (-150)
Total: 5 (-135)o, (+115)u

Moneyline

  • Anaheim (+160) at Washington (-180)

At this point we feel bad for any team that has to go up against the Capitals. Washington is 38-11-6 on the year and by far the best team in the NHL right now. They’ve also won five straight and have one of the deepest teams the game of hockey has ever seen. They’re 8-2-0 in their last ten games and 23-5-1 at home this year where they’ll have the pleasure of playing when the Ducks come to visit.

Anaheim hasn’t been as dominant as they’re used to lately with a 5-4-1 record in their last ten games but they’re still more than capable of beating anyone on any night. They’re coming off a 5-2 win against the Sabres and will now have to hope that success continues against the Caps.

Washington has the third ranked offense and first ranked defense in all of hockey and Anaheim will be excited to test that out on Saturday night. The Ducks have just three wins in their last ten against the Caps and will be eagerly trying to improve that number.

Key Matchup

Corey Perry against Alex Ovechkin.

Long time international rivals the two will get to duke it out again on Saturday. Perry has struggling until his last game against the Sabres when he dropped two goals and an assist on Buffalo and may be finally ready to pick his game back up. It won’t be easy against Ovheckin. He leads the team in hits and has 26 goals and 24 assists to boot.

Advice

Washington has to lose eventually right? Why not to a good Ducks team getting a goal and a half? Take Anaheim on the spread.

Pick

Anaheim
5
Washington
3
Pittsburgh Penguins (n/a)
VS
Arizona Coyotes (n/a)
Total: n/a

Moneyline

  • Pittsburgh (n/a) at Arizona (n/a)

The Penguins just won a  4-1 hockey game without Sidney Crosby getting a point. Sure it was against the Colorado Avalanche but that’s still a big achievement for a team still missing their second best player in Evgeni Malkin. Malkin will likely sit out this tilt as well and it likely won’t matter.

Crosby is just two points away from 1,000 career points and will be hunting the Coyotes’ weak defense early. With the help of Phil Kessel and Kris Letang the Penguins still have more than enough firepower to dispose of the lowly Desert Dogs.

Arizona is just 17-28-7 this season with a -46 goal differential. They’re only 4-5-1 in their last ten games and have no shot of making the playoffs this season. Their young talent hasn’t developed nearly as fast as they’d hoped and now they have to take on the high-flying Penguins.

Key Matchup

Sidney Crosby against Oliver Ekman-Larsson.

Crosby wants those two points badly. 1,000 career points is a huge NHL achievement and he’ll do everything he can to get there. That means taking advantage of Ekman-Larsson who has no help on defense and is expected to do basically everything for Arizona. Good luck kid.

Advice

Similar to the Rangers and Avalanche, the Penguins are only worth betting on if you’re going to put down a lot. If not, just take the Over and hope Pittsburgh lights it up.

Pick

Pittsburgh
6
Arizona
2
Chicago Blackhawks +1.5 (-260)
VS
Edmonton Oilers -1.5 (+220)
Total: 5.5 (+110)o, (-130)u

Moneyline

  • Chicago (+115) at Edmonton (-135)

Our last game of the night may actually be one of our best ones. The Blackhawks and Oilers clash in Edmonton between two strong Western Conference squad. Chicago had to play against Winnipeg the night before so they may not have their legs under them which could spell disaster against the fast Oilers.

Edmonton is coming off a sneaky 1-0 victory over Montreal and are now 29-18-8 this season including 6-3-1 in their last ten. They’ve gone from just a fun team to watch to a team that could so some serious damage down the stretch and into the playoffs.

Connor McDavid is on another level. He’s tied with Sidney Crosby for the point lead with 60 in 55 games and has 18 goals and 42 assists to make up that number. He generates almost all the offense for his team and is doing it at the age of 20. Let that sink in for a moment.

That youthful speed and skill will be on full display against a tired Blackhawks team and Chicago’s defense better be ready. If anyone is capable of shutting down McDavid and company it could easily be Duncan Keith and Brent Seabrook. The two veterans are still arguably the best 1-2 punch in all of hockey along the blueline and they’ll relish the opportunity to shut down the superstar.

Key Matchup

Jonathan Toews against Connor McDavid.

As much as Seabrook and Keith will be a factor in stopping number 97, most of the work may come down to Toews. He’ll line up at center against the speedy Oiler and use every trick he has in his bag to shut him down.

Advice

Edmonton has the fresher legs and gets it down at home against Chicago. Take the Oilers on the spread.

Pick

Edmonton
3
Chicago
0
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