NHL Bets Blog – NHL 11/29/2022

YTD (60-60-2)

Stars and Blues decided not to start the scoring until the 3rd period, falling a goal short of the over. Worry not the Oilers tied it up with 4 seconds left to send it to OT and guaranteeing an over hit. Evan Bouchard loves overs. Last night was tough to get a read on with all the injuries and GTD for a lot of teams so I’m content with the result. A great 9 game slate tonight, let’s get it.


San Jose Sharks (-110) @ Montreal Canadiens (-110)

I love the Canadiens in this spot. They’re on my radar anytime they’re on home ice, giving them the ability to control pace of play and match ups with that second line change. While the Habs rank toward the bottom of the league for goals a game, they face Kahkonen in the Sharks net who has been abysmal this year. He comes into tonight saving 87.1% of shots faced, allowing almost 4 goals an appearance. Opposite him will be RPS hero Jake Allen who always comes in clutch in the DFS streets. I think this is a great spot for the Canadiens to continue their young winning streak.

Montreal Canadiens Money Line (-110)



Anaheim Ducks (+195) @ Nashville Predators (-230)

This should be an absolute smash spot for Smashville, as they host probably the worst team in the league tonight. The Preds have been much better lately after their slow start while Anaheim still has yet to win a game in regulation. They have only won 2 road games, both in OT, letting up almost 5 goals on average in their last 5. If you follow our DFS then you know about Forseberg Tuesday, the guy just gets it done on Tuesdays and he’s +105 to score. I really like this spot for the Predators in their home barn.

Nashville Predators -1.5 (+105)



NY Islanders (-190) @ Philadelphia Flyers (+165)

Carter Hart and the Flyers have come back to earth after their surprisingly hot start. They’re 0-7-3 in their last 10, with injuries being a major contributor. On the other bench are the Islanders on a 4 game heater, winning 7 of their previous 10. Usually Hart is a huge factor but he stands opposite of Ilya Sorokin who has been absolutely lethal this year, even on home ice the Flyers will likely struggle to get past him. This is a match up between the hot hand and the cold hand, I’ll ride with the hot hand.

NY Islanders to Win in Regulation (-120)


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