NHL Tuesday Night Picks & Predictions

David Lawrence

Tuesday, November 19, 2013 12:22 PM GMT

Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013 12:22 PM GMT

Tuesday’s card features 10 games in the NHL. We’ve got three of them covered for you right here with previews and picks!

Also make sure to check out SBRs NHL Betting: Blue Jackets vs. Oilers

Minnesota Wild vs. Montreal Canadiens

The Wild have been rolling and although they haven’t been nearly as good on the road (3-3-2) as they have been at home (10-1-2), I still think they’re worth adding to my sports picks on Tuesday. For starters, you get them as a dog and secondly, they are playing in Montreal, which is a team that doesn’t have great home-ice advantage (5-5-2).

The Wild have won four straight while the Habs have lost six of eight. Minnesota is worth a play on the NHL odds here.

NHL Pick: Wild +114 at Pinnacle

[gameodds]7/247774/?r3=43-19-349/dec&r-1=43-19-349/us[/gameodds]

Ottawa Senators vs. Philadelphia Flyers

I’m going to show some faith in the Flyers by adding them to my NHL picks on Tuesday. The Flyers have played well recently, going 4-1-2 in their last seven. They probably should have won on Friday in Winnipeg as they blew a late third period lead only to end up losing 3-2 in a shootout.

The Flyers just thumped the Senators 5-0 last week and that game was in Ottawa. They should be more than capable of winning this contest now that they are at home.

NHL Pick: Flyers -110 at SportsInteraction

[gameodds]7/247773/?r3=43-19-349/dec&r-1=43-19-349/us[/gameodds]

Florida Panthers vs. Vancouver Canucks

I’ll take a shot with the under in this contest as it looks like the Panthers are already packing it in. We’re not even a quarter of the way through the regular season but the Panthers have already fired their head coach, demoted their top goaltending prospect and traded away a key veteran scorer. On top of that, there are trade rumors flying that pretty much every half-decent player on the team is available for trade.

Meanwhile, the Canucks have lost four straight at home while scoring exactly one goal in each contest. I don't expect much scoring as Roberto Luongo faces his former team.

NHL Pick: Under 5 at Bodog

[gameodds]7/247779/?r3=43-19-349/dec&r-1=43-19-349/us[/gameodds]

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