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Seven games on the NHL slate for Sunday, including a couple of matinee contests. With just one day before the NHL trade deadline, a lot of scouts will have eyeballs on the games. Thing is, it seems like most of the big trades might already have been made. Pity the poor TV folk for Monday staring at their phones on live TV, hoping for something, anything, to talk about. To the three best bets.

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Sunday’s NHL Betting Lines To Back

Game Bet Pick Best Odds
Arizona Coyotes
ARI
Vegas Golden Knights
VGK
Moneyline
Vegas Golden Knights
VGK
Colorado Avalanche
COL
Anaheim Ducks
ANA
Over/Under
Under
Pittsburgh Penguins
PIT
New Jersey Devils
NJ
Moneyline
Pittsburgh Penguins
PIT

Pick 1: Golden Knights moneyline

We haven’t checked in with the Vegas Golden Knights for a while, but this seems like the right time. Vegas has handled Arizona pretty well this season, and there’s no reason to think the Knights won’t come out hungry for the two points here. Vegas remains in second place in the Honda West Division behind Colorado and doesn’t want to have to play that No. 3 seed in the first round of the playoffs. I think they take it to the Coyotes at home here.


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Pick 2: Avalanche-Ducks under

The Colorado Avalanche acquired veteran goalie Devan Dubnyk from San Jose on Saturday, and there is a chance he could start this game against the lowly Anaheim Ducks. Anaheim is a terrible team just playing out the string, with a slow forward group that can’t score goals. While I think the Avs might score some goals in this game, I’ll bank on this being kind of a lazy Sunday matinee game, with both teams a bit low-energy. I see a 3-1 kind of outcome here, likely in Colorado’s favor.


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Pick 3: Penguins moneyline

I expect to see a Penguins team full of energy, as some of them may be playing for current jobs with the team. The Penguins do not tolerate any complacency, and that means coach Mike Sullivan and management upstairs will have well-peeled eyeballs on this game to see who should stay and who should go. The Devils give you a good effort most nights, but they just don’t have the depth to hang for 60 minutes.