The Anaheim Ducks are right on the heels of the Pacifc leading Los Angeles Kings in the NHL odds boards. Games against teams like the Edmonton Oilers are points the Ducks can't let get away.
We know who the elite teams are in hockey, but who will fill out the rest of the Stanley Cup field? For NHL picks, this Eastern Conference clash will provide one piece towards solving this puzzle.
The NHL's trade deadline is the 29th so let's take a look at some teams that should make some moves in the NHL odds boards and some that should stay put in their quest for the Stanley Cup.
Thursday’s round of NHL betting features a clash between Ottawa Senators and Vancouver Canucks with potential playoff implications. Here’s a breakdown complete with NHL picks.
A very nice looking slate of games on tap for today, with some good matchups. The NHL odds offer us a nice variety of choices and some them require extra work before making picks.
Blues try to keep pace with the Dallas Stars as they face the Rangers who only have a three point lead on the third place New York Islanders. See our top NHL Pick for the game.
A win for the Blackhawks could put them back on top in the Central Division. They face Predators who are firmly in a position to earn a wild card spot. See my NHL Pick on who will win.
Two of the NHL's worst teams collide Thursday night when the Philadelphia Flyers host the Minnesota Wild. Looks like the NHL odds are on hold for this matchup.
Capitals are clearly the favorite team for NHL Picks. Who could possibly challenge them? Let's break down all the potential candidates and their future odds.
The Penguins (30-20-8 68 pts) are desperately trying to hang on to the last playoff spot in the East. They lead the Devils by one point while the Bruins (30-22-6 66 pts) are trying to solve their problems at home. What's the best NHL pick?