DailyFaceoff/Corsica NHL Bets (November 6th)

Updated: November 6, 2018 at 4:44 pm by Dylan Berthiaume

The Corsica NHL betting predictions had another strong outing on Monday, going 2-0 on its highest probability and value picks. The Stars and Bruins hit the under on 5.5 goals to lock up the highest value bet of the night, while the Flyers defeated the Coyotes by a score of 5-2, easily covering the +1.5-goal spread as the highest probability play. This post now boasts a 21-10 record (67.7%) on the season.

With nine games on the slate tonight, there are plenty of spots to choose from. Corsica has given their highest value and probability bets of the night in hopes of helping you all make a little bit of money.

For an explanation on how Corsica generates these predictions, click HERE.

Highest Value

Hurricanes @ Blues — Over/Under | Under 5.5 (+104)

Corsica likes this game to hit the under of 5.5 goals despite Curtis McElhinney and Chad Johnson getting the start for their respective teams. Johnson has outperformed starter Jake Allen to date, giving the Blues a chance to improve on their 3.92 goals against per game. McElhinney has won three of his four starts on the season and has a .918 SV% at even-strength. The Hurricanes have the second-worst powerplay in the league (11.8%), which should help keep the goal scoring to a minimum. The Blues will be without their first-line centre Brayden Schenn tonight. He has been a limited participant in practice since suffering an upper-body injury on Saturday.

Highest Probability

Golden Knights @ Maple Leafs — Spread | VGK +1.5 (-243) 

The 2018 Stanley Cup Finalists are being gifted a goal and a half on the road tonight against the Maple Leafs. After an explosive start to the season, Toronto’s offense has sputtered in the absence of Auston Matthews. The Golden Knights have the eighth-best penalty kill in the league (82.0%) and have the third-fewest penalty minutes per game. Their efficiency on special teams should help them keep this one close. Max Pacioretty is expected to return to the lineup tonight, providing a huge boost to Vegas’ second line. He’s missed the last four games with an upper-body injury.

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Dylan has been an Associate Editor of DailyFaceoff since 2018 and a co-host of the DFO Podcast since 2015.

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