In case you missed it, we launched a Betting section yesterday that features state-of-the-art NHL Bet Predictions from Corsica Hockey.
Corsica went 3-for-3 in the bets that we highlighted yesterday, taking CGY on the Moneyline (+140) and against the Spread (+1.5 | -190). They also predicted the Kings to cover the spread (+1.5 | -165) in Winnipeg. All three were correct.
You can find all of Corsica’s Bet Predictions in our Bets section and we will highlight the bets with the “Highest Value” and “Highest Probability” each night.
Arizona Coyotes @ Anaheim Ducks — Moneyline | ARI +135
There’s no denying some risky in this bet, seeing that the Coyotes have not yet scored a goal this season. Despite being shutout in their first two games, the Coyotes dominated the Ducks but John Gibson stood on his head. Arizona outshot the Ducks 41-to-20 and even outshot the Stars 30-to-25 in their first contest. The goals are coming, it’s only a matter of time.
Chances that they will outplay the Ducks again tonight are pretty high. Anaheim is extremely banged up, missing five of their top-9 forwards—Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry, Ryan Kesler, Ondrej Kase and Patrick Eaves. This should allow a relatively thin Coyotes group to outplay the Ducks at 5v5 and the next step is to solve Gibson.
They should have won by multiple goals the other night, so getting them as +135 underdogs does present great value. Still, Corsica gives Arizona just a 43.77% probability of winning tonight, so it comes with some inherent risk.
Philadelphia Flyers @ Ottawa Senators — Spread | OTT +1.5
The Senators were not expected to be very good this season, but so far they look decent. The Senators are 1-1-1 with a win over the dominant Toronto Maple Leafs, so you can’t rule out another upset. Tonight they welcome the Philadelphia Flyers to the Canadian Tire Centre. Philly is coming off of an 8-2 beating at the hands of the Sharks last night. Travelling on a back-to-back is not an easy task, regardless of the matchup. However, the reason to like the Senators tonight is because Calvin Pickard gets the start for Philadelphia. The Flyers let Brian Elliott get pummelled last night, so Pickard is making his Flyers debut tonight. The 26-year-old was solid in the AHL last year, posting a 2.31 GAA and .918 SV% in 33 starts with the Marlies, but has struggled at the NHL-level. In 87 career games with the Avalanche and Maple Leafs, he had a 2.78 GAA and .913 SV%. Even if the Flyers score four goals, the Senators should e able to keep this one close.