NHL Betting Trends of the Day 12/11/2019

Date | AuthorAdmir Aljic

Last Updated: 2019-12-11

NHL – TRENDS OF THE DAY

Only three games are set for Wednesday night in the National Hockey League, but we’ll see a marquee showdown at Capital One Arena where the Washington Capitals welcome the Boston Bruins. Elsewhere, the Ottawa Senators visit the Montreal Canadiens who will play without rest, while the Philadelphia Flyers visit the Colorado Avalanche, so let’s take a closer look at the hottest NHL betting trends of the day.

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  • Featured game: Boston Bruins vs. Washington Capitals

The Eastern Conference showdown at Capital One Arena will see two best teams in the league take on each other. The Bruins (20-5-6) are topping the Atlantic Division with 46 points, while the Capitals are sitting atop the Metropolitan Division with three points more than Boston. This will be their second duel of the season, and the Capitals outlasted the Bruins 3-2 in a shootout in Boston back in November. The Capitals are ridiculous 15-1 in their last 16 meetings with the Bruins and are 7-1 in the previous eight encounters in Washington.

The Bruins are on a three-game losing streak following a surprising 5-2 defeat at the Ottawa Senators this past Monday. They are 4-1 in the last five outings on the road and are 9-1 in the previous ten road encounters with the Metropolitan Division. On the other side, the Capitals are coming off a 5-2 home loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets on Monday, snapping a six-game winning streak. The Caps are 8-4 in their last 12 outings at home and are 5-1 in their previous six home encounters with the Atlantic Division.

  • Ottawa Senators vs. Montreal Canadiens

Three weeks ago, the Senators (13-17-1) beat the Canadiens (14-11-6) 2-1 as +170 road underdogs in their first meeting of the season. The Senators are now 3-9 in their last 12 encounters with the Canadiens and are 1-6 in the previous seven meetings in Montreal. Four of the last five H2H duels went in the over, but four of the previous six in Montreal went in the under.

The Senators have won two of their last three games but are 2-6 over the last eight outings. They are 1-5 in the last six showings on the road and are 3-9 in the previous 12 road contests against the Atlantic Division. On the other side, the Canadiens have won three of their previous four games overall including a 4-1 victory in Pittsburgh last night. They are only 2-6 on the second day of their previous eight back-to-back sets and are 1-7 in the last eight games on the home ice. Montreal is 7-4 in its previous 11 home encounters with the Atlantic Division.

  • Philadelphia Flyers vs. Colorado Avalanche

These two interconference foes will meet each other for the first time this term, and the Avalanche won both last season’s matchup. The Avs are 12-8 in their last 20 meetings with the Flyers and are 8-3 in the previous 11 encounters at Pepsi Center in Denver. The over is 4-1 in the previous five H2H duels in Colorado and is 6-4 in the last ten matchups overall.

The Flyers are 6-1 in their last seven games overall and are 6-2 in their previous eight showings on the road, playing in an excellent form over the last few weeks. However, they are only 3-10 in the last 13 road encounters with the Western Conference and are 4-8 in the last 12 road matchups with the Central Division. The Avalanche, on the other side, are 6-1 in their last seven games, too. They are 14-6 in the last 20 outings at home. Colorado is 5-3 in its last five home games against the Eastern Conference and is 13-7 in its last 20 home meetings with the Metropolitan Division.

END OF DECEMBER 11th NHL TRENDS                                 

 

NHL – TRENDS OF THE DAY

It’s a loaded Tuesday in the National Hockey League with 12 games on the schedule. It means plenty of interesting picks and markets out there, and the bettors will have to do proper research before making any moves tonight. Therefore, we bring you the hottest NHL betting trends and notes to help you make the best bets.

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  • Featured game: Detroit Red Wings vs. Winnipeg Jets

The Red Wings (7-21-3) are the worst team in the NHL at the moment with only 17 points out of 31 games. They are the most inefficient team in the league, and the Red Wings allow the most goals, too. Detroit is riding an 11-game losing streak, earning a couple of points in that span. Also, the Red Wings are 1-12 in their previous 13 outings on the road and are 1-5 in their last six road encounters with the Western Conference.

On the other side, the Jets (18-10-2) have been playing very well lately. They are 8-3 in the last 11 games overall and are 5-1 in the previous six showings in front of the home audience. The Jets are 5-1 in their last six outings as favorites, but they are only 1-5 in the previous six home encounters with the Eastern Conference. Winnipeg is 9-5 in its last 14 home games against the Atlantic Division.

The Jets meet the Red Wings for the first time this season and are 3-0 in the previous three head-to-head duels when listed as favorites. Winnipeg is 8-4 in its last 12 encounters with Detroit, and the Jets have won five of their last seven home matchups with the Red Wings. The over has hit in nine of the last 14 meetings between the Red Wings and Jets.

  • Montreal Canadiens vs. Pittsburgh Penguins

The Canadiens (13-11-6) have won two of their last three games, but they are 2-9 over the previous 11 games overall. Also, they’ve lost two of the last six games on the road and six of the previous eight road matchups with the Metropolitan Division. On the other side, the Penguins (17-9-4) have won three games in a row and are 6-2 over their last eight outings. Pittsburgh is undefeated in five straight showings at home and is 9-1 in its last ten home meetings with the Atlantic Division. The Penguins are 8-3 in their last 11 encounters with the Canadiens and are 4-1 in the previous five meetings in Pittsburgh.

  • Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Florida Panthers

Tampa Bay (14-11-3) is playing in a poor form, losing five of its previous seven games overall including a 5-1 home loss to the Islanders last night. The Lightning are 7-4 on the second day of their last 11 back-to-back sets and are 6-4 in their last ten games on the road. They were pretty successful against the Panthers (15-9-5) over the last three years, winning nine of the previous 11 H2H duels and three of the last four in Florida. The Panthers are 3-1 in their last four games overall and are 6-2 in their previous eight outings at home.

  • New Jersey Devils vs. Dallas Stars

The Devils (9-15-5) are on a five-game losing streak and are 1-3 in their last four outings on the road. They meet the Stars (17-11-3) for the first time this season, and New Jersey is 4-6 in its last ten games against Dallas and is 3-9 in the previous 12 H2H duels in Texas. The Stars are 9-1 in their last ten outings at home and are 6-4 in their previous ten home encounters with the Eastern Conference. The Devils are only 3-9 in their previous 12 road meetings with the Central Division.

  • Chicago Blackhawks vs. Vegas Golden Knights

Chicago (12-12-6) meets Vegas (15-12-5) for the third and final time this season. They split the previous two encounters, while the Golden Knights are 7-1 in eight meetings with the Blackhawks. The over is 7-1 in that span. All four H2H duels in Las Vegas went in the over, and Chicago earned his lone win over Vegas at T-Mobile Arena on November 13. The Blackhawks are 3-7 in their last ten games overall and are 5-10 in their previous 15 outings on the road. The Golden Knights are 4-2 in their last six contests overall and are only 3-6 in their previous nine outings on the home ice.

END OF DECEMBER 10th NHL TRENDS  

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