Free NHL Hockey Picks

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David Lawrence - The Phoenix Coyotes have saved their season with four wins in their last five games. They enter Thursday’s contest just one point out of a playoff spot but they might have a tough time picking up any points against the red-hot Boston Bruins.
 
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David Lawrence - Thursday’s NHL card features seven games in total with a number of big favorites on the board. Five of the seven games feature a favorite of -180 or more. Here’s a look at our three picks of the night.
 
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Ross Benjamin - The Jets host the Canucks on Wednesday at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada with the opening face-off slated for 8:05 PM ET.
 
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Ross Benjamin - The Flames will host the Ducks on Wednesday at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, Canada with the opening face-off slated for 10:05 PM ET.
 
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David Lawrence - We’ve hit humpday in the NHL week and there are just four games on the card. We have individual previews of the Bruins-Canadiens, Blackhawks-Avalanche contests set up for you as well as our NHL picks on the remaining two games below.
 
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David Lawrence - The Chicago Blackhawks have been an up and down team in 2014, but they appear to have some mojo going. We’ll see if they can keep it going on Wednesday when they face a streaking Colorado Avalanche team who have quietly caught up to the Blackhawks in the standings.
 
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David Lawrence - The red-hot Boston Bruins will visit the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday night in an Original Six matchup. They’ve essentially pulled away in the Atlantic Division, leaving teams like Montreal (and Toronto and Tampa Bay) to battle it out for second and third.
 
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David Lawrence - Rich Peverley collapse on the bench and the Columbus Blue Jackets-Dallas Stars game get postponed, let’s hope that Tuesday night is far more normal. Here’s a look at our picks from the nine-game card.
 
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David Lawrence - The Toronto Maple Leafs are running the gauntlet this week. After playing a tough, physical Philadelphia Flyers team on Saturday, they then visiting the Anaheim Ducks on Monday. They’ll face San Jose on Tuesday before visiting Los Angeles, Washington and Detroit before next Tuesday.
 
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Ross Benjamin - The Flyers host the Devils on Tuesday at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with the opening face-off scheduled for 7:35 PM ET. Let's take a look at the NHL betting odds, before we make our sports picks!