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Top 3 NHL Odds, Picks & Predictions: Monday (11/21)

by November 21, 2022
Jordan Binnington

This Monday has an exciting slate of games, with a couple of teams playing well recently. We also have a matchup with some struggling teams that would love to come away with two points.

(All odds via FanDuel Sportsbook)

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Anaheim Ducks (+184) vs. St. Louis Blues (-225) | o/u 6 (-118/-104)

The Blues are getting healthy at the right time and look like a contender. After losing eight straight, they’ve won six in a row, including against Anaheim on Saturday.

The Ducks have struggled all season and will likely finish at the bottom.  Troy Terry and Trevor Zegras have been great at the top of the line, but the lack of depth on both sides of the roster will have them going nowhere.

 St. Louis shined on offense scoring six goals, while  Jordan Binnington was a brick wall with a .938 save percentage in that game. The Blues will grab two points again today.

Pick: Blues -1.5 (+115)

Vegas Golden Knights (+184) vs. Vancouver Canucks (-225) | o/u 6.5 (-106/-114)

Vegas has lost three of the last four games, but that’s the worse slide they’ve experienced this season. There isn’t much to critique about this team, thanks to their group of skilled skaters and two goalies allowing fewer than 2.60 goals per game.

The Canucks have a young and talented roster, but they’ve shown a lack of consistency throughout the season. They got a great group of offensive weapons, including Bo Harvat, whose 14 goals are second in the league, but the goaltending has been disappointing.

The Golden Knights are not heading north at a great time. The offense will be able to score, but I like the Canucks staying in contention, and this will end with a lot of scoring.

Pick: Over 6.5 (-106)

Colorado Avalanche (-110) vs. Dallas Stars (-110) | o/u 6 (-114/-106)

Dallas has been playing well in both zones with a top-10 offense and defense. They are a team of skilled players to attack the net, including Jason Robertson, who is top six in points and goals this season.

The reigning champions got off to a slow start but are coming into this game winning six of the last seven. The offense was struggling initially, but the big guns are getting it going, including Nathan McKinnon, who has multiple points in three of his last five games. You have to give credit to Alexandar Georgiev behind the net, who’s 8-2-1 and has the third-best save percentage in the league.

These are excellent offensive units, but I’m favoring the guys behind the net to control this game and with goals coming at a minimum.

Pick: Under 6 (-106)

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