In examining tonight’s game between the Dallas Stars and Vancouver Canucks, we apply a terrific NHL betting totals system that has gone 27-6 during the past 5-seasons.
Wednesday Night Battle in the Pacific
The Canucks will entertain the Dallas Stars on Wednesday at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver. The opening faceoff is slated for 10:05 PM ET. According to the NHL betting odds at BetOnline, the Canucks are a -157 money line favorite, and the posted total is 5.5. The Stars have gone 4-0 versus the Canucks since the start of last season.
Anything but Stars
The Dallas Stars are off to an extremely disappointing start to the season considering they were a playoff team a year ago. If you’re looking for a positive spin, they’re coming off a 3-game home stand which saw them go 2-1. On a negative note, going into tonight’s Western Conference road tilt, the Stars have lost their previous 4 away games. The Stars have gone over the total in 6 of their last 7 overall, and surpassed the number in each of their previous 4-games on the road. During their last 7-games, the Stars have allowed 29-goals, and had seen opponents score exactly 5-goals in 5 of those 7-contests.
Hitting a Brick Wall
The Vancouver Canucks great start to the season has hit a bit of a road block recently. They enter tonight having lost 4-games in a row, and were outscored in those contests by a cumulative score of 17-7. Vancouver has gone over the total in 3 of the last 4, and 5 of their last 7 overall. Ryan Miller is listed as the Canucks probable starting goaltender tonight. Miller has struggled in his last 4-starts by posting a horrible .837 save percentage.
NHL Totals Betting System
Dallas enters tonight’s game with a unimpressive 11-18 money line record on the year, and the Canucks come in at 18-12 (.600). These teams met once this season and the Stars came away with a decisive 6-3 home win over the Canucks. These three facts produce an extremely profitable betting system which I’ll use to make one of my NHL picks for today.
Any team (Vancouver) that’s playing with same season revenge stemming from a loss by 3-goals or more, and they have a winning percentage of .600 to .700, versus an opponent with a losing record, has seen 27 of those 33-games (81.8%) go over the total during the past 5-seasons.
Free NHL Pick: Dallas/Vancouver to go over the total of 5.5 at BookMaker