NHL Picks: Tuesday's Picks of the Day

Ross Benjamin

Tuesday, January 28, 2014 2:51 PM UTC

Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014 2:51 PM UTC

There are eleven NHL games on schedule for tonight following a short but exciting slate on Monday night. Let's take a look at the NHL odds and our picks for our two top picks of the day.

Los Angeles Kings vs. Phoenix Coyotes 9:05 PM ET

The Kings come off an impressive 1-0 road win over San Jose last night which snapped a 5-game losing streak. This will be their 3rd in the last 4, 4th in the last 6, and 6th game in the last 9-days. Los Angeles continues to struggle offensively scoring just 2-goals combined in the last 3, and 15-goals in their last 9-games. The Kings are a dismal 1-10 versus the money line on the road in the 2nd half of the season over the last 2 years, versus an opponent that averages 29.5 or more shots on goal per game. The Kings are 0-3 in their last 3-games played in Phoenix.

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NHL Betting System

Play against any money line road underdog of between +100 to +200 playing with same season revenge, and is coming off a road win by 1-goal. By doing so you would be 74-28 (72.5%) over the last 5 seasons.

Free Pick: Coyotes -125 over the Kings


Chicago Blackhawks vs. Calgary Flames 9:35 PM ET

The Flames enter tonight’s game versus the defending Stanley Cup champions with a bit of momentum. They are coming off home wins in their previous 2- games defeating Phoenix 3-2, and versus Nashville 5-4. This will be the 3rd of a 5-game in an 11-day home stand for the Flames.

Chicago enters tonight’s game reeling a bit having lost 3 in a row, and 8 of their last 12. They come off a 3-1 home loss as a -250 money line favorite to the Winnipeg Jets on Sunday. In addition the Hawks have dropped their last 3 and 8 of their last 10 road games.

Live NHL Betting Odds

NHL Betting Systems

  • Any money line home underdog that’s coming off home wins in each of their previous 2-games, and they have a losing record versus the money line on the season, has gone 26-14 (66%) over the last 5 seasons.
  • Any money line home underdog of +180 or less that comes off a home win, versus an opponent that comes off a division home loss, has gone 33-15 (68.8%) over the last 18 seasons.

Free Pick: Calgary +175 over Chicago


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