As the last match on the SportsInteraction NHL betting board, the Los Angeles Kings and Arizona Coyotes close out a busy 12-game slate of National Hockey League action when they clash in SoCal tonight. The Kings have recovered from their early season stumbles and sit first overall in the Pacific Division. After opening with three straight wins, the Coyotes have fallen back some but they are just three points behind Los Angeles. This Western Conference clash has its puck drop slated for 10:30 PM ET on November 10, 2015, at the Staples Center.
Los Angeles Kings: Out to avenge early season loss to the Yotes
Los Angeles, despite having a 44-22 shots on goal advantage, dropped a 4-1 decision to Arizona back on October 9 as part of their 0-3 season opening start. The Kings followed that contest with a 3-0 loss to Vancouver before getting their act together and rattling off seven straight victories by a 22-9 combined final score to close out October. Los Angeles has opened November on a 2-2 roll by alternating losses to Chicago (4-2) and Columbus (3-2) with wins over St. Louis (3-0) and Florida (4-1). Kings all-star goaltender Jonathan Quick (7-5 GAA 2.24) gets the call in net tonight.
Arizona Coyotes: There’s no quit in this early season Western Conference surprise squad
No team has been embroiled in more controversy than the Coyotes recently. From owner and management changes, to stadium squabbles, to talk about leaving town altogether, the Arizona players have somehow managed to keep their focus on the ice. Posted with a +6600 Stanley Cup Championship price back in the preseason, Arizona is 7-6-1 and currently own the third playoff position in the Pacific Division. After allowing three goals and getting pulled during the Yotes 4-1 loss to the Rangers on Saturday – Mike Smith (5-4 GAA 3.22) gets the call in goal for Arizona.
Kings vs Coyotes NHL Prediction: While the trip is a short one, just 26.1 miles north on the I-5, the Coyotes are playing on back-to-back nights after posting a 4-3 overtime win in Anaheim versus the Ducks on Monday. This is the third “two-games in two-nights with travel” situation for Arizona this season and they are 1-1 in that dynamic. In the first two instances, the Yotes beat Pittsburgh 2-1 following their season opening win over the Kings and then lost 4-3 to Minnesota after their first victory against the Ducks. Feeling the Kings earn a measure of revenge here – we are backing Los Angeles with 500 unit wager on the Regulation Time odds posted at SportsInteraction.
Los Angeles Kings vs Arizona Coyotes – SportsInteraction NHL Betting Lines
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