The NHL games scheduled for this coming Sunday are sure to be exciting, as several of the participating teams have shown strong performance as of late. We also have a matchup against some struggling teams who would be thrilled to walk away with two points if they could.
Colorado Avalanche (-111) vs. St. Louis Blues (-110) | o/u 6 (-114/-106)
When they played each other for the last time, the Avalanche and the Blues put on an exciting game. That game came down to the final few minutes, and the Avs had a two-man advantage, but Jordan Binnington played exceptionally well to preserve that win for his team.
When that occurred, the Blues were in the midst of an impressive winning streak; however, since then, they have gone on a losing streak, dropping seven of their last nine games, and Binnington has given up at least four goals in each of his previous six starts.
The Colorado Avalanche have suffered a number of injuries, which has led to their offensive woes. In their last four contests, Colorado has scored just five goals. The team may struggle without Nathan McKinnon’s contributions, which is a possibility.
This will be the result of Colorado being unable to score and the Blues being unable to prevent scoring. It will take some time for Colorado’s new line combinations to work well together, so I have a feeling that St. Louis will prevail in their own building.
Pick: Blues ML (-110)
Boston Bruins (-152) vs. Las Vegas Golden Knights (+126) | o/u 6 (-108/-112)
The Bruins and the Golden Knights are two of the best teams in the league, and this matchup has all the makings of a Stanley Cup final. In the previous meeting, the Golden Knights had a 3-0 lead and appeared to be in control of the game. However, the Bruins responded with three goals of their own, sending the game into overtime, which Vegas eventually won in a shootout.
The Golden Knights have been dominant on both ends of the ice, but rookie goaltender Logan Thompson has been a significant factor in their success. Thompson has the tenth-best save percentage in the league and has recorded two shutouts.
It is difficult to find a weakness on this Boston team. Their forward unit attacks the zone more effectively than any other team, and in addition to this, they have Linus Ullmark, who leads the league in each and every goalkeeper category.
Ullmark was held back by the Bruins for this contest, and it is expected that he will be the game-changing factor that gives them the victory.
Pick: Bruins 60 Min ML (+110)
It’s the Florida Panthers (+162) taking on the Seattle Kraken (+134), and the over/under is 6.5 (-120/-102).
The Kraken would give anything to get their own back on the Panthers for ending their seven-game winning streak the week before. Since then, they have lost the following two matches and have been defeated in all three of their matches by a score of 13-3.
However, despite the fact that they have won three of their last five games, the Panthers may be at a disadvantage due to several factors. They will be playing the second game of a back-to-back and their goalie, Spencer Knight, may not be available because he did not play on Saturday.
The Panthers are missing a couple of players from their forward unit, which is also something that could play a role in the game. All of that will play a part, and Kraken is a fantastic underdog to take tonight.
Pick: Kraken ML (+134)
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