Perhaps the biggest fight of the entire year — Khabib vs. Gaethje — headlines the UFC 254 event. We have a complete betting preview of the lightweight title fight, along with our expert betting advice. Read this before making a wager on UFC 254!
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Predicting Tonight's NHL Games
Comparing Betting Lines & NHL Matchups
Pittsburgh Penguins (-265) at Washington Capitals (+225)
Two hot goalies clash as Pittsburgh's Matt Murray goes for his sixth straight win, while Washington's Braden Holtby seeks to equal Martin Brodeur's NHL single-season wins mark of 48. Penguins have won 14 of 15, while Capitals are 1-1-2 since clinching the Presidents' Trophy.
Pick: The Penguins (-265)
Montreal Canadiens (-240) at Carolina Hurricanes (+200)
Hurricanes forward Victor Rask has five goals in his last seven games. Charlie Lindgren makes his NHL debut and he'll be the fifth goalie to play for Montreal this season.
New York Islanders (-240) at New York Rangers (+200)
Rangers hold a two-point edge on Islanders for third place in the Metropolitan Division. Already without captain Ryan McDonagh, Rangers may also be missing Dan Girardi from their defense after he left Tuesday's 3-2 win over Tampa when checked hard into the boards.
Toronto Maple Leafs (-150) at Philadelphia Flyers (+130)
Reeling Leafs have lost four straight. With Wednesday's loss at Detroit, Flyers dropped back to back games in regulation for the first time since February.
Tampa Bay Lightning (-110) at New Jersey Devils (-110)
Lightning forward Ryan Callahan (lower body) and defenseman Victor Hedman (upper body) joined Anton Stralman (fractured fibula) and captain Steven Stamkos (blood clot) on the sidelines. Keith Kinkaid starts in goal for the Devils.
Detroit Red Wings (-240) at Boston Bruins (+200)
Red Wings, who have won three in a row, are in the playoffs for the 25th straigtht season with a victory. Bruins are 2-7-1 in their last 11 games and their playoff hopes are fading.
Florida Panthers (-110) at Ottawa Senators (-110)
Panthers have won four in a row and have taken three of four from the Senators this season. Senators hope to get defenseman Marc Methot (undisclosed) and forward Bobby Ryan (lower body) back from injury.
Arizona Coyotes (-155) at Nashville Predators (+135)
Predators expect Anthony Bitetto (lower body) to return to their blue line tonight after a nine-game absence. Coyotes forwards Martin Hanzal and Eric Selleck (both upper body) are out.
Colorado Avalanche (-145) at Dallas Stars (+125)
Deadlocked atop the Central Division with St. Louis, the Stars may welcome back defenseman Kris Russell, out seven games with a foot injury. Avs have lost four straight.
St. Louis Blues (-280) at Chicago Blackhawks (+240)
Defenseman Jay Bouwmeester (upper body) and forward Robbie Fabbri (lower body) could be back for St. Louis. Chicago must win its last two games to catch Dallas and St. Louis for top spot in the Central.
Vancouver Canucks (-230) at Calgary Flames (+190)
Flames have won three of four from Canucks. Flames forward Lance Bouma (oblique injury) is done for the season. Wednesday's 6-2 loss at Edmonton halted Vancouver's three-game winning streak.
Anaheim Ducks (-250) at Los Angeles Kings (+210)
Ducks have won three of four from Kings and are 11-1-2 in their last 14 versus L.A. but will be missing five regulars due to injury. Winner will hold sole possession of first place in the Pacific Division.
Winnipeg Jets (-155) at San Jose Sharks (+135)
Both teams enter the night riding two-game winning streaks. The road team has won both meetings this season. If Sharks sweep their last two games they would reach 100 points for the seventh time in franchise history.
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