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Capitals at Flyers | OddsShark Matchup Report
Opening NHL Odds: Capitals -125 Favorites
The Capitals are riding a four-game winning streak and have also won seven of eight as they fight for the lead in the Metropolitan Division with the New York Islanders. In fact, Washington swept both New York teams on Friday and Sunday – with the UNDER cashing each time – and will visit Philadelphia here to close out a three-game road trip. The Flyers have won two games in a row and four of five, with the OVER going 4-1 for totals bettors. The home team has won the past three meetings in this matchup, with the OVER going 3-0 in those games.
Maple Leafs at Canucks | OddsShark Matchup Report
Opening NHL Odds: Maple Leafs -175 Favorites
The Maple Leafs are coming off a 6-2 rout of the Pacific Division-leading Calgary Flames as +115 underdogs on Monday, as the total went OVER for the sixth time in as many games. Their lone loss during that stretch took place on the road against the New York Islanders last Thursday in the emotional return of John Tavares. Meanwhile, the Canucks have lost three games in a row – all on the road – getting outscored by a total margin of 11-4. They return home briefly for this one game before visiting the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday, and the UNDER is on a 6-1 run in their past seven following a 3-0 loss to the Vegas Golden Knights.
Blues at Ducks | OddsShark Matchup Report
Opening NHL Odds: Blues -155 Favorites
The Blues have suffered consecutive losses for the first time since January 17 going into the first game of a three-game road trip through California. St. Louis has also lost three straight games on the road after winning eight in a row away from home, starting with a 5-1 victory at Anaheim on January 23. The Ducks put an end to a five-game losing streak with a 2-1 win over the Colorado Avalanche as +110 home underdogs on the NHL betting lines on Sunday.
Flames at Golden Knights | OddsShark Matchup Report
Opening NHL Odds: Golden Knights -125 Favorites
Vegas leads the all-time series with Calgary 4-2, and the teams have split two meetings so far this season. The OVER is also 4-2 in those six games, as the Flames have averaged seven goals in their two wins and 1.25 in the four losses while getting blanked twice. Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury was on the ice for both of those shutouts, and he has also held their last two opponents without a goal overall en route to a current four-game winning streak.