Canucks and Canadiens road favorites Wednesday NHL odds

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Canucks and Canadiens road favorites Wednesday NHL odds


The Vancouver Canucks will be looking for a third straight win when they close a two-game streak with the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday night with -150 road favorites on NHL odds on sports betting monitored by OddsShark.com .
Vancouver opened the series with a 3-2 overtime victory on Monday and has claimed victory in six of its last eight games heading into Wednesday night’s game at the Canadian Tire Center.

Vancouver’s resurgence brought them within three points of the Montreal Canadiens in the race for fourth and final playoff spot in the North Division. The Canucks looked doomed to a losing season by losing 16 of their first 24 games, but a tighter defense was key to the team’s return to competition as they limited their opponents to two goals or less in each of. their six recent victories.

Ranked as +130 home underdogs on Wednesday night, the Senators have won just three wins in their last 10 outings. Ottawa has also lost eight of its last nine games against the Canucks and has only scored five goals in total while losing all four meetings with Vancouver this season. But even with Monday’s loss, the Senators were stable at home. The team have gone 5-1-1 in their last seven years while also averaging four goals per game, fueling a 4-2-1 run for the OVER on totals at online betting sites. .

Elsewhere on Wednesday’s NHL betting lines, the Calgary Flames are looking to stay undefeated under recently hired head coach Darryl Sutter as they complete a two-game set with the Edmonton Oilers as chalk home thin -115. Additionally, the Montreal Canadiens will look to maintain their diminishing lead over Calgary and Vancouver in the division standings as they end a six-game road trip to Winnipeg as -120 favorites.

The Flames escaped with a 4-3 win over Edmonton in Game 1 of Monday’s series to extend their current winning streak to three games. Overall, Calgary has collected at least one point in eight of its last 11 outings and is now just two points behind Montreal. Ranked as -105 losers, the Oilers have just suffered their first straight road loss this season and have taken wins in just three of their last nine road dates with Calgary according to the OddsShark NHL database.

Winning over Winnipeg by a 4-2 margin on Monday, the Canadiens haven’t recorded a straight road win since week two of the season. The Jets have allowed four goals per game while losing three of five, and expect Wednesday set at +100 underdogs.

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