How to bet on the capitals of the battle of nations?

The NHL takes on 12 games on Thursday night.

Ontario sports bettors shouldn’t worry about teams like Toronto and Edmonton. Toronto often crashes in October and Edmonton gets off to a slow start.

Patience is a virtue; today, with so much spread across the landscape, being smart is safe.

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Washington Capitals vs. Ottawa Senators

The Capitals and Senators face off Thursday in a Battle of the Nations Capitals. There’s still a bit of wry humor, but the one thing that could be a postmark of this game is the objectives.

Darcy Kuemper struggled in October with Washington, and Ottawa earned a wild 7-5 home win over Boston, where the beer flowed freely until they ran out.

The big question revolves around pacing. Is Washington sucked into the pace Ottawa can play? If so, expect a few goals. As Claude Giroux said, the Senators are a young team and swings “is something that will happen often.”

This swung the direction of Ottawa. The Senators are the favorites at 1.83; even their number of wins in regulation works out at 2.19. Forsberg still hasn’t seen overtime this season, which is good news for sports bettors.

Bettors should watch a moneyline like this. The puck line (-1.5 goals) is at 2.97 but relying on Ottawa to win is too risky. Values ​​are difficult. Betting can always be an adventure with youth-focused teams.

Look around to see where the player prop value for this game stands. Giroux for assist or more is at 2.40. Giroux and Ottawa’s power play could have some fun against a Washington team that likes to frequent the penalty box. More props will appear later on social media, but keep an eye out for the objectives at all times. Ottawa to win by one goal is at 8.50. These teams often play fairly tight competitions. It may be worth a small bet on the Canadian dollar.

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Dallas Stars vs. Toronto Maple Leafs

With all seven Canadian teams in action tonight, it was hard to pick a few. We’ve saved a crazy one just for the readers. These are the Toronto Maple Leafs. There are only four games in the season and Toronto fans are freaking out. Losing to Montreal and then Arizona will prevent people from “planning the parade”.

This seems to happen often in Toronto. It starts slowly in October. No one is quite sure of the cause. It may have to do with his post-season issues, but that’s for another time. The Maple Leafs will face a stern test from the Dallas Stars, who appear to have two score lines and depth. Add Jake Oettinger in goal and the Maple Leafs have their work cut out for them.

The question is, how does that translate to goals tonight? Toronto often gets up for competition, and after Tuesday night, fans won’t be happy if they get 13 shots in 40 minutes again. Expect a much better “foot forward” from Toronto tonight.

The entertainment factor, again, is almost a guarantee. All-time scorer Auston Matthews is virtually tied. An interesting bet is for Matthews to score two goals, with Toronto winning and the total exceeding 5.5 goals. It happens at 6:50. Even the Maple Leafs to win in regulation are roughly 2.00. These numbers may not last.

For the Stars, an anytime goal from Jason Robertson is 2.50 and Roope Hintz is 2.75. Instead, consider Joe Pavelski at 3.2 or even Tyler Seguin at 3.50. Older veterans look great early on so far.

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Arizona Coyotes against the Montreal Canadiens

Montreal hosts Arizona tonight from the Bell Centre. Both teams often struggle with defense and special teams.

Surprisingly, this game didn’t see the Over move to 7.0. This Over 6.5, around 1.91, is worth a look if it doesn’t shorten much more. Cole Caufield, an all-time scorer at 2.30, is a great bet, and Clayton Keller at 2.55.

The puck line is a bit risky, so we’ll stay away.

Some random bets for sports bettors tonight

Here are some early ideas:

  • Parlay – Habs, Bruins and Rangers win – 3.40
  • Vegas Puckline vs. Winnipeg (-1.5 goals) – 2.20
  • Claude Giroux Over 0.5 assists – 2.40
  • Flames win by two goals – 5.50

Good luck, and check out our previews and more. Thanks for reading!

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Winnipeg held the fort on Wednesday

Winnipeg surprised a few people with its 4-3 victory over Colorado. There’s a bit of concern with young Nik Ehlers, but Neal Pionk scored twice as the Jets edged the Avalanche in overtime.

Now the Jets have scored a few more goals than expected. It will be interesting to see how they progress through October.