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NHL Betting Trends of the Day 03/12/2020

NHL – TRENDS OF THE DAY

We should see 10 games around the National Hockey League tonight, but don’t be surprised if the league put the season on hold due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Last night, the National Basketball League suspended its season after Utah Jazz player tested positive for COVID-19. The Columbus Blue Jackets have already stated they will play tonight’s game against the Pittsburgh Penguins without an audience. In case the season goes on, we have prepared the hottest betting trends around the league for Thursday, March 12, 2020.

Lines provided by BetDSI Sportsbook. If you would like to check out the trends for all NHL games, please visit our NHL Trends Section.

  • Featured game: Detroit Red Wings vs. Washington Capitals

The Capitals (41-20-8) meet the Red Wings (17-49-5) for the third time this season, looking for their sixth straight victory over Detroit. They opened as heavy -400 home favorites in this one, and the Caps covered the spread in three of their previous four meetings with the Red Wings. Washington is 10-2 in its last 12 home games against Detroit, and the over is 7-4-1 in that stretch.

The Red Wings have won two of their previous three contests overall, but they are only 3-11 in the last 14 outings and are winless in seven straight games on the road. Also, Detroit is 0-12 in its last 12 road encounters with the Metropolitan Division. On the other side, the Caps are only 4-8 in their last 12 games overall. They are 3-6 in the previous nine outings at home, but the Capitals are 8-2 in their last 10 home matchups with the Atlantic Division.

  • Carolina Hurricanes vs. New Jersey Devils

Carolina (38-25-5) and New Jersey (28-29-12) split their first two meetings of the season, while the Hurricanes are 5-9 in their previous 14 encounters with the Devils. Also, the Canes are winless in four straight visits to New Jersey and are 5-14 in their previous 19 road contests against the Devils. Carolina is riding a three-game win streak and is 5-2 in its previous seven outings on the road. New Jersey is 6-4 in its last 10 games overall and is 5-1 in its previous six showings at home, while the Devils are 5-9 in their last 14 home tilts against the Metropolitan Division.

  • Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Columbus Blue Jackets

Pittsburgh (40-23-6) and Columbus (33-22-15) will wrap up their regular-season series tonight. The Penguins lead the series 2-1 and are 14-3 in their previous 17 meetings with the Blue Jackets. Still, the Penguins are winless in their previous two visits to Columbus, while they are only 3-8 over the last 11 games overall. The Blue Jackets are 3-12 in their last 15 outings, 2-5 in their previous seven showings on the home ice, and 14-7 in their last 21 home contests against the Metropolitan Division.

  • Florida Panthers vs. Dallas Stars

The Panthers (35-26-8) beat the Stars (27-24-8) 7-4 as -125 home favorites in their first meeting of the season back in December. However, they are 4-7 in the previous 11 encounters with the Stars, but the Panthers have won six of their previous nine road contests against Dallas. Florida is undefeated in two straight outings and is 3-6 over its previous nine games overall. The Panthers are 5-2 in their last seven road contests. The Stars, on the other side, are riding a six-game losing streak. They are 1-4 in the last five games at home and are 6-3 in the previous nine home matchups with the Eastern Conference.

  • Philadelphia Flyers vs. Tampa Bay Lightning

The Flyers (41-21-7) have just snapped their nine-game win streak. They are 6-2 in the last eight outings on the road and are 7-3 in the previous 10 showings as underdogs. Still, the Flyers are winless in seven straight meetings with the Lightning, while they are 2-12 in the previous 14 visits to Tampa. On the other side, the Lightning (43-21-6) are 3-7 in their last 10 games overall. However, Tampa Bay is 13-3 in its last 16 outings on the home ice and is 15-6 in its previous 21 home games against the Metropolitan Division.

END OF MARCH 12th NHL TRENDS  

 

 

NHL – TRENDS OF THE DAY

We will see five games around the National Hockey League on Wednesday, March 11, 2020, and the bettors can focus on a small market to find the best value. The Los Angeles Kings host the Ottawa Senators, looking for their seventh straight victory, while the San Jose Sharks will search for their seventh win over the Chicago Blackhawks in eight encounters, so let’s take a closer look at the hottest NHL betting trends of the day.

Lines provided by BetDSI Sportsbook. If you would like to check out the trends for all NHL games, please visit our NHL Trends Section.

  • Featured game: Ottawa Senators vs. Los Angeles Kings

The Kings (28-35-6) are playing in an excellent form at the moment, but the playoffs will remain just a dream for their fans. Still, the Kings are rolling on a six-game winning streak following a 3-1 victory over Colorado as +125 home underdogs. They are 9-3 over the last 12 games overall, 5-0 in the previous five showings at home, and 4-0 in the last four meetings with the Eastern Conference.

On the other side, the Senators (25-33-12) have won four of their previous six games overall but are coming off a 5-2 defeat at Anaheim as +115 road dogs. They are 4-6 over the last 10 games overall, 1-7 in the previous eight outings away from home, and 4-7 in the last 11 meetings with the Western Conference.

The Senators are undefeated in three straight encounters with the Kings including a 3-2 overtime victory as +105 home underdogs in their first meeting of the season. Ottawa is 7-3 in its last 10 contests against Los Angeles, but the Senators are only 3-8 in their previous 11 visits to Staples Center.

  • Louis Blues vs. Anaheim Ducks

The Blues (41-19-10) meet the Ducks (29-32-9) for the third and last time this regular season. They split the first two meetings, while the Blues are 4-2 in their previous six encounters with the Ducks. St. Louis has won four of its previous five games in Anaheim, but the Blues are only 5-15 in their last 20 road encounters with the Ducks.

The reigning champs are 9-2 in their last 11 games overall, but those two losses came over their previous three outings. Also, the Blues have won four of their previous five games on the road, but they are 5-10 over the last 15 outings away from home. The Ducks are 5-3 in their last eight games overall and are 4-2 in their previous six outings on the home ice.

  • San Jose Sharks vs. Chicago Blackhawks

The Sharks (29-35-5) have won their previous two meetings of the season with the Blackhawks (31-30-8). They are 6-1 in the last seven encounters with the Blackhawks and are undefeated in three straight visits to Chicago. The over is 5-1-1 in the previous seven matchups between the Sharks and Blackhawks.

San Jose is winless in three straight outings and is 3-8 over the last 11 games overall. The Sharks are 0-4 in their previous four outings on the road, but they are 4-0 in the last four road encounters with the Western Conference. On the other side, the Blackhawks have dropped two straight games following four consecutive wins. They are 6-11 in the last 17 games overall, 6-6 in the previous 12 outings at home, and 4-8 in the last 12 contests against the Western Conference.

END OF MARCH 11th NHL TRENDS               

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