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NHL Top 2 Best Bets Today: The Kings To Bounce Back

NHL Top 2 Best Bets Today: The Kings To Bounce Back


Key Stat: The Kings have been dominant at home

Tip Reasoning

  • The Kings are on a five-game winning streak at home
  • The Rangers are only 2-5 in their last seven games after a win
  • Los Angeles has won 10 of the last 14 matchups against clubs from the Metropolitan Division


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The New York Rangers (4th in the Metropolitan Division) are visiting Los Angeles, where the local Kings (2nd in the Pacific) are riding a five-game winning run after winning four of their previous six away games. The New York Rangers won 2-1 against the San Jose Sharks at SAP Center to improve to 1-0-1 on their current four-game road trip and extend their current point streak to three games (2-0-1). The Los Angeles Kings (11-8-2) suffered their second straight loss (0-1-1), capping off their most recent four-game road trip with a total of 1-2-1 after falling 3-2 in overtime to the Seattle Kraken on Saturday at Climate Pledge Arena.

The Kings are currently off to one of their greatest starts to a season in recent memory, partly as a result of their strong home performance, which most recently included five straight victories. The Rangers have won on four of their last six road trips, but overall they have been quite erratic, winning just three of their previous eight games and going only 2-5 in their last seven games after a victory. Additionally, they have only won against the Kings twice in the last seven games, losing their last four trips to Los Angeles. On the other hand, Los Angeles has a winning record against clubs from the Metropolitan Division, having won 10 of the last 14 matchups. Los Angeles is also 7-2 in its last nine Tuesday games.  The Kings are to win here

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Tip Reasoning

Key Stat: The Sabres’ Defense is a disaster

  • The Canadiens have shown promise this season with an offense that is scoring 3.06 goals per game, including five goals in their recent game
  • Sabres’ defense has allowed 14 goals allowed in the last three games
  • Sabres are on an eight-game losing streak

This matchup between two Atlantic Division teams looking to advance will be fantastic. The Canadiens aim to dominate this game on their home ice, while the Sabres are desperate to end their losing skid. With Nick Suzuki, Cole Caufield, and the rest of the forward group controlling the ball in the offensive zone and creating open shots with excellent puck movement, the Canadiens, who average 3.05 goals per game, should score a ton of goals. With Johnathan Kovacevic and Jordan Harris forcing turnovers in the defensive zone and limiting shots on goal, the Canadiens should also be able to limit the Sabres’ offensive output. This will provide goaltender Jake Allen with plenty of opportunities to make crucial saves. With a strong showing, the Canadiens should prevail in the match.

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