NHL Bets Blog – NHL 11/26/2022

YTD (56-59-2)

I now have a beef with the city of Detroit after they gave up the game tying goal with 26 seconds left in the game. My spidey senses were off on the Sharks, I had hopes with them going into the 3rd only down one but it is what it is. A smaller slate of games tonight, with a ton of teams on back to backs tonight for whatever reason as the NHL scheduling continues to confuse me. Due to the back to backs there weren’t many morning skates so starting goalies are slowly being announced, something be aware of.

 

 

Washington Capitals (+165) @ NJ Devils (-195)

Both squads are among the many on a back to back tonight so you don’t have to worry about it either way here. I obviously lean very heavily on the Devils in this as they’ve been the better team here and the Caps are still used and abused with all their injury. My only concern is the Devils goaltending but being on home ice I expect them to very much control the pace of play tonight. Caps will likely start Lindgren who has been meh this year, and even being behind one of the best road defenses in the league I expect him to see very high shot volume. Devils should be able to handle this one.

NJ Devils in Regulation (-115)

 

 

Dallas Stars (+145) @ Colorado Avalanche (-170)

The Avs are still a walking hospital bed but I like this match up for them. Although injured they face a Dallas squad that fought hard last night to force overtime against the Jets and is likely a bit fatigued. Dallas will likely start Scott Wedgewood between the pipes, who comes into tonight averaging over 3 GAA and a .904 SV%. I have to fade him when he’s facing such a fast and electric Avs offense, injuries or not. That top line and PP is about as skilled as they come. Being on home ice the Avs have that crucial second change which will allow them to dictate their match ups and somewhat circumnavigate (applause for my vernacular) the holes caused by their injuries. Nate Dog is ready to eat after coming off a loss to the Canucks on Wednesday.

I like them in regulation but Dallas is a good team and after the Detroit let down last night I don’t mind splitting this between both regulation win and out right money line as a “hedge” per say.

Split Avalanch in Regulation (-110) and Money Line (-170)

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