Can Hurricanes Stay Hot Against Washington Capitals?

NHL picks: Can the Hurricanes stay hot against the Washington Capitals?

The NHL has three games on this Monday night roster. It’s also Halloween, so here’s a chance to hand you some candy while some tricks and treats are served here.

Monday is short and cute, like a bag of fun-sized candy bars, so let’s get to it to help you with your NHL betting.

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What happened over the weekend

It was an easy weekend. Take a mental break now and then.

Get outside and bet on an app or two. A look at the New Jersey Over, Puckline and Team Over bet on Sunday worked well.

Let’s get back to work.

Washington Capitals at the Carolina Hurricanes

This is the crazy side of this game. These are the two former rivals of the Southeast, now the Capital Division. The early division race is jammed and turns frequently. Both teams win over the weekend. Goalkeeper Darcy Comber looked good in Washington’s back-to-back matches. Frederick Andersen was fit for the Carolina Hurricanes.

It’s early, but Carolina, even 5-2-1, was a bit off. Their goal difference is only +3, which seems to be what we’re getting at. However, tornadoes are only 3-5 against spreading (Puckline).

Washington misses Tom Wilson and Niklas Backstrom. There is no doubt that ⅔ from the first line that caused all sorts of havoc can be useful against Carolina. The Capitals has a lot of balance, but no one plays great. Even Alexander Ovechkin has only four goals and seven points in nine matches. He scores 4.33 shots per goal, so he’s not too far from his average in the past half-dozen seasons.

Carolina has better depth, and that should be key tonight. Andersen’s sometimes shaky nature versus Kuemper, who can sometimes be adventurous himself. This should cause it to be Over automatically. However, the 6.0 teeters on the 6.5. There can be two different error methods to go along with this tendency.

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Los Angeles Kings in St. Louis Blues

Detroit and Buffalo are considered here, but Los Angeles and St. Louis “trick or treat,” perhaps “trick and treat,” are all rolled into one. St. Louis has goalkeepers, and Los Angeles has a serious offense. Phases are missing.

St.Louis’ -7 goal difference isn’t one of the worst in the league but it’s the second-worst in the league. Meanwhile, Los Angeles is at -5. They allow 4.1 goals per game, down from the first week of the regular season. Unfortunately, kings are like yo-yos. They have scored three or more goals in the last four games but it was only 2-2.

There are some risks in this contest. Our advice is to bet the minimum. It’s Monday, remember the list of 12 games coming up tomorrow. Waiting is the hardest part.

Hopefully there will be a few delicious things in the bag tonight as news approaches for morning skates, etc.

Some picks and more to chew

  • Parlay – TJ Oshie anytime goal, caps +1,5 goal, and total under 7.5 goals at +550
  • Barlay – Andrei Svechnikov’s Anytime Goal, Sebastian Aho’s Anytime Goal, Carolina Wins at +525
  • Parlay – Pavel Buchnevich’s anytime goal, blues to win, over 5.5 goals at +500
  • 3-way blues bet at +125

Good luck, and once again, thanks for reading! We will have more plays on social media as circumstances warrant.

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