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New York vs Chicago: NHL Original Six Squads Battle in the Big Apple
New York Rangers: Rough slide late in 2015 is a distant memory
Steamrolling over everyone in their path, out of the NHL starting gate in October, New York was the best team in the league with a 16-3-2 record back on November 23, 2015. The Rangers were knocked down a few pegs however as they closed out the 2015 portion of their slate on a 5-10-2 slide. The New Year has been a revival in the Big Apple as the Blueshirts have a 11-5-2 record in 2016 and they’ve earned at least one point during a 8-0-2 run over their last ten games on home ice. New York is 5-1-1 in February and defense has been key to their success as they have outscored their opponents by a 21-14 margin – including a 15-6 count in the five wins. The Rangers are fairly well rested as they posted a 3-1 win over Philadelphia at The Garden in their last action on Sunday.
Chicago Blackhawks: Recent raking of the Maple Leafs snapped a mini-losing streak
Riding just their second three-game losing streak this season, a visit by Toronto was just what the doctor ordered as Chicago raked the Maples Leafs 7-2 in their last action on Monday. Prior to that, the Blackhawks had lost three in a row at home versus top Western Conference foes San Jose (2-0) Dallas (4-2) and Anaheim 3-2 in overtime. After a solid 22-13-4 run during the 2015 portion of their schedule, the Hawks have hit an even higher gear as they are 15-5-1 in the New Year. Chicago is in a battle for top spot in the Western Conference as they trail Dallas by just one point – though the Stars do have two games in hand on the Hawks. The Windy City Crew were 1-0 winners during their battle with the Blueshirts in their last visit to the Big Apple on March 18, 2015.
New York vs Chicago NHL Call: Corey Crawford (31-14-3 GAA 2.19) battles Henrik Lundqvist (28-14-4 GAA 2.29) in the netminders matchup tonight. Following a solid run, during which he posted a 13-2-0 record, Crawford didn't receive much support as the Hawks fell by a 9-4 margin during three straight losses. Crawford has struggled some away from the United Center as his 1.75 GAA at home balloons to 2.78 during contests on the road. Lundqvist had a sketchy December as he allowed 33 goals en route to a 4-6-1 record during eleven starts – including five contests where he allowed four or more goals. The New Year has been a different story though as The King is 11-4-1 and he’s allowed just 31 goals over those 16 appearances. This is the second and final regular season meeting after the Rangers spoiled the Blackhawks Stanley Cup banner raising ceremony with a 3-2 win at the Madhouse on Madison during the first game of the year for both squads. We are backing the Blueshirts with a five-unit wager on the SportsInteraction money line price.
New York Rangers vs Chicago Blackhawks – SportsInteraction NHL Betting Lines
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After a three-month lockout, the MLB is back. Details are still being worked on the new deal, but there will be changes to the 2022 season. The MLB's World Series odds remain unshifted as of this article though expect that to change as big name free agents begin switching teams. We uncover how the "new" MLB will affect the title betting odds including the Toronto Blue Jays' fate.
We are in the final month of the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers and Team Canada is sitting pretty at the top. But these next three matches will decide if they can stay there. Their final opponents are no pushovers but the toughest part of Canada's schedule has passed. We look ahead to their last three matches plus two more notable ones and give our CONCACAF Qualifiers March betting picks.
It's a historic Heritage Classic this Sunday, March 13. The Buffalo Sabres become the first American team to play in and "host" a game as they take on the Toronto Maple Leafs in Hamilton. The Maple Leafs, who are also making their Heritage Classic debut, will be the favourites as they look to rebound after being upset by the Arizona Coyotes. We give our NHL Heritage Classic picks.