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Montreal vs Carolina: Streaky meets slumping

Following an impressive 14-4-1 start to their season, that included a six game winning streak, Montreal is on a 5-5-1 recent run and sit fifth in the Eastern Conference. The Habs look to keep a new winning streak rolling after two home victories over Vancouver (3-1) and Los Angeles (6-2) Tuesday and Friday nights respectively. Carolina (8-16-3) who have struggled all season, sit dead last in the East and they are riding a 3-11 streak that includes five straight losses by a combined 14-5 margin – the Hurricanes scored one goal in each game.

Detroit vs Columbus: Red Wings look to regain form vs Blue Jackets

Battling just their second three game losing streak, Detroit is looking to avoid their first set of quad losses this season. After a solid 9-2 run, the Red Wings sandwiched loses to Toronto during a home and home series with a loss to Florida. Two of the defeats came in a shootout and the other was a 4-1 regulation loss to the Maple Leafs during their last game on Saturday. Behind the eightball due to a 6-15-2 start, Columbus has reeled off six straight wins including two in overtime and two in a shootout. The Jackets last outing was 4-3 (SO) win over Pittsburgh on Saturday. Be careful with the puck line price posted at SportsInteraction here.

NHL Tuesday Night Puck Betting Prediction: Carolina remains undermanned and ice cold while Columbus is getting healthy and have started to roll. Being as such, we like Montreal’s chances more than the Red Wings so we will wager 400 units on the Canadiens straight up. Not wanting to ignore Detroit, we’ll add a 100 unit parlay tying the Wings and Habs money lines together with the odds posted at SportsInteraction.

Montreal vs Carolina – SportsInteraction NHL Betting Odds – Detroit vs Columbus

Montreal vs Carolina - SportsInteraction NHL Betting Odds - Detroit vs Columbus

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