The Corsica NHL betting predictions had another perfect outing on Wednesday, going 2-0 on its highest probability and value picks. The highest value was pegged to be the Penguins and Capitals hitting the under of 6.5 goals. The teams combined for just three as the Capitals won by a score 2-1, never even threatening to hit the over. Corsica took the Ducks covering a +1.5-goal spread as the most likely bet to hit. The Ducks did us one better and straight-up beat the Flames by a score of 3-2. This post now sits at 24-11 (68.57%) on the season.
Tonight’s NHL slate offers more action than the typical Friday with six games in play. Corsica has generated a wealth of predictions in hopes of helping you people win a little bit of money. I’ve highlighted the highest value and probability picks below.
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Wild @ Ducks — Spread | ANA -1.5 (+253)
While Corsica gives the Ducks just a 32.85% chance of covering the spread, no bet will bring you greater value tonight. The case for the Ducks winning by two starts and ends with John Gibson. He’s posted a .933 SV% this season and continues to carry the Ducks in all situations. Alex Stalock is expected to get the start for the Wild tonight, giving the Ducks a serious advantage in goal. Stalock has struggled in his three appearances this season, allowing 10 goals on just 95 shots (.895 SV%).
Sharks @ Blues — Spread | STL +1.5 (-269)
The Blues covering a spread of +1.5 is Corsica’s highest probability bet on the slate. St. Louis is being gifted a goal and a half despite playing host to a Sharks team that’s on the tail-end of a back-to-back. The Blues have posted some respectable possession rates at 5v5 but have been let down by their goaltending. Their .895 even-strength SV% is the third-lowest in the NHL. They’ll turn to backup Chad Johnson for the second-straight game as Jake Allen continues to struggle. Johnson played well against the Hurricanes on Tuesday, stopping 38 of 39 shots (.974 SV%) in a winning effort. Against a fatigued Sharks team, a decent performance from Johnson is all the Blues should need to stay within a goal.