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Saturday's NHL Predictions Parlay
Odds courtesy of Sports Interaction.
Washington Capitals (-120) vs. Toronto Maple Leafs (+100)
The weather is wreaking havoc in Baltimore this weekend, with winds reaching gusts of 50 km/h. The conditions may have a huge impact on Saturday’s Stadium Series contest between the Washington Capitals and Toronto Maple Leafs at Memorial Stadium. “It’ll definitely make for a unique dynamic,” Leafs forward James van Reimsdyk told reporters.
The Capitals, who sit at the top of the Metropolitan Division with a record of 36-21-7, enter Saturday’s contest as the -120 favourites. The Caps are 1-1 all-time in outdoor games, winning the Winter Classic in 2011 and losing to the Blackhawks at the same event in 2015. The Leafs, who are +100, have also posted a 1-1 record in outdoor games. With the projected total goals set at 6, bettors should take the under all day.
Pick: Toronto Maple Leafs (+100)
Boston Bruins (-260) vs. Montreal Canadiens (+210)
Two Original Six rivals heading into different directions will clash on Saturday when the Montreal Canadiens pay a visit to TD Gardens for a match against the Boston Bruins. Winners of back-to-back games and 6 of the last 10, the Bruins head into the home game as heavy -260 favourites. The Bruins added key pieces at the NHL Trade Deadline, including power forward Rick Nash, who has 3 points in 2 games since joining Boston.
The Canadiens, who have also won 2 straight games, head to Beantown as the +210 underdogs. Still without injured star goalie Carey Price, the Habs will be in tough against a Bruins team that’s won 7 of the last 10 games in this series.
Pick: Boston Bruins (-260)
Dallas Stars (-165) vs. St. Louis Blues (+140)
Two Western Conference rivals in the thick of a tight wild-card playoff race will clash on Saturday as the Dallas Stars host the struggling St. Louis Blues. The Stars hold the second wild-card spot in the Western Conference, but there are several teams chasing — including the Blues.
Dallas goes into the contest as the -165 favourites as the club holds an impressive 22-10-2 record on home ice. However, it’s been the Blues that have held the advantage in the head-to-head series over the last 10 games, defeating the Stars 6 times during that stretch. The total goals projection for this game is set at 5.5 and you can expect these two high-scoring clubs to surpass that mark.
Pick: St. Louis Blues (+140)
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