Looking through the NHL schedule for the coming week, it is exciting to see that there are no postponed games listed. While that could certainly still change over the next few days, it is perhaps a sign that we are over the worst in the most recent spate of COVID outbreaks. The remainder of this month, as well as a good chunk of February, will be devoted to teams getting back on track and making up the games that were lost over the past couple of months. That means that we are going to need to get used to seeing a bust schedule in the coming weeks, which is never a bad thing for hockey fans. For now, let’s take a look at some of the games that are jumping off this week’s schedule so you can make your bets against the NHL odds.
NHL Betting | Must Wagers Games This Week: Monday to Thursday
St. Louis Blues at Calgary Flames – Monday
An excellent start to the week on the Monday schedule, with the St. Louis Blues hitting the road to face the Calgary Flames. The Blues have win 3 in a row and are doing all they can to keep pace with the red-hot Colorado Avalanche in the Central Division. The Flames saw a great start to the season interrupted by postponements, and they are having a tough time getting back in top. Two very good Western teams in what should be an entertaining tilt.
Vegas Golden Knights at Carolina Hurricanes – Tuesday
While they are not currently playing their best hockey, the Vegas Golden Knights have managed to surge their way to the top of the Pacific Division. Part of their success this season comes from how good they have been on the road, and they are going to need that this week when they head to Carolina to face the Hurricanes, who have gone 7-2-1 in their last 10 games. The Canes are trying to get back on top of their division, so a great battle here.
Boston Bruins at Colorado Avalanche – Wednesday
While they may be down in 4th in the division, the Boston Bruins have a ton of games in hand to the teams ahead of them and are 8-2 in their last 10 games. As good as they have been, what they are doing pales in comparison to the Colorado Avalanche, who come into this week on a 6-game winning streak and a run that has seen them go 9-0-1 in their last 10 games. Both teams are in a great run of form at the moment, so this looks like one of the best games of the week.
LA Kings at New York Islanders – Thursday
The Pacific Division race is tight, with several teams having a ton of games in hand that could make things tighter still. The LA Kings have managed to claw their way into the #2 spot in the division, going 6-4-0 in their last 10 games. They will be on the road to face a New York Islanders team who, though they are down the list in the standings, are playing good hockey right now, going 7-2-1 in their last 10 games. This should be a fun one to watch.
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