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Tonight's NHL Game Predictions
NHL Matchups Analysis & Game Odds
Philadelphia Flyers (-110) at Columbus Blue Jackets (-110)
One point back of Detroit for the final Eastern Conference wildcard spot, the Flyers are 6-1-1 in their last eight games. Second game of back to back for Philly, so might they start recently-recalled rookie Anthony Stolarz in goal? Blue Jackets have won two of three from Philly, but Flyers won last meeting 6-0 on March 5.
Pick: The Flyers (-110)
Buffalo Sabres (-225) at Carolina Hurricanes (+185)
Time is running out on Carolina's faint playoff hopes and every game for the Hurricanes is an absolute must win. Defenseman Ryan Murphy (upper body injury) is expected back after a one-game absence. Sabres forward Jack Eichel, who missed their last game with illnes, is also expected to play.
Pick: The Hurricanes (+185)
Washington Capitals (-110) at Ottawa Senators (-110)
A win will clinch the Metropolitan Division title for the Capitals. Pulled from his last start, Washington goalie Braden Holtby needs five wins to match Martin Brodeur's NHL single-season record of 48. Senators scored three shorthanded goals in Saturday's win over Montreal. Alex Chaisson has goals in consecutive games.
Pick: The Capitals (-110)
Detroit Red Wings (-220) at Tampa Bay Lightning (+180)
Detroit goalie Petr Mrazek (illness) returned to practice Monday but Jimmy Howard will start. Howard is 3-2-1 with a 2.15 GAA and .934 save percentage in his last seven games. Wings have taken two of three from Tampa Bay and are just four points back of the third-place Lightning in the Atlantic Division.
Pick: The Lightning (+180)
Anaheim Ducks (+170) at Montreal Canadiens (-200)
Ducks forward David Perron (shoulder) is out. He returned to Anaheim to undergo an MRI. Perron has 20 points in 28 games with Anaheim. Mike Santorelli will take his place. Joel Hanley is the 13th defenseman to play for the Canadens this season, who currently have 11 players on the injured list.
Pick: The Ducks (+170)
Vancouver Canucks (-240) at Winnipeg Jets (+200)
Losers of four straight, the Canucks moved Aelxandre Burrows on to the line with the Sedin twins. Defenseman Chris Tanev missed practice Monday with an undisclosed ailment. Vancouver is 2-0 versus Winnipeg. Jets will be without forward Mathieu Perreault (concussion).
Pick: The Canucks (-240)
Los Angeles Kings (-110) at Minnesota Wild (-110)
Seventh game in 11 days and second in as many nights for the Kings, who lost for the first time in five in their last start. Jonathan Quick gets the nod in goal. Devan Dubnyk, 7-1-1 in his last nine decisions, will be between the pipes for the Wild.
Pick: The Wild (-110)
Dallas Stars (-110) at Chicago Blackhawks (-110)
Stars defensemen Alex Goligoski and Kris Russell both missed practice Monday for maintenance days. Forward Tyler Seguin (achilles surgery) is out. Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford (upper body injury) is an uncertain starter, meaning Scott Darling likely gets his fourth straight start. Blackhawks have lost six of eight and are 10-11-3 since Jan. 20.
Pick: The Blackhawks (-110)
Edmonton Oilers (-280) at Arizona Coyotes (+240)
Coyotes defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson, out the past six games with an upper body injury, is expected to play. Arizona has been shutout in back to back games. Forward Patrick Maroon (undisclosed) won't play for the Oilers.
Pick: The Oilers (-280)
St. Louis Blues (-250) at San Jose Sharks (+210)
Brian Elliott, 7-0-1 with a 1.80 GAA and .940 save percentage, starts his second straight for St. Louis. Blues forward Robbie Fabbri has 17 points in his last 21 games. Sharks are 9-3-0 in their last 12 at home.
Pick: The Sharks (+210)
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