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A whole bunch of games on this holiday Monday, which in a normal NHL season would rarely happen. Of course, with a 56-game, condensed season, there will be a lot of games most every night.The best part? There will be hockey on almost at every point of the day, starting with a matinee game in Detroit between the Red Wings and Blue Jackets and finishing with a late game in Vegas. Let’s see if either of those games are in our NHL three best bets.
2021 record: 10-5 (66.7%) L15
Today’s NHL Betting Lines To Back
Pick 1: Golden Knights moneyline
I’m going to keep hammering the Golden Knights at home until they convince me otherwise. The 2-0 Vegas squad had to pull it out late the other night against Anaheim, which showed some good character. Vegas gets an Arizona team that just lost one of its best players, defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson, to injury after he was hit by Evander Kane on Saturday night. He’ll be out at least the next two games. That hurts Arizona at both ends of the ice, and the Coyotes can’t afford that against a deep club like the Golden Knights.
Pick 2: Blues moneyline
The St. Louis Blues were thoroughly embarrassed the other night in Denver, losing 8-0 to the Avalanche. Not surprisingly, Blues coach Craig Berube did some line tinkering at practice Sunday and will roll out new combos against the Sharks, with one key move being Brayden Schenn back at second-line center. The Sharks are probably not going to be very good this season, although they did get a split on the road in Arizona to start the season. I expect Blues goalie Jordan Binnington to bounce back after a rough game and St. Louis to win in regulation.
Pick 3: Flyers moneyline
The Flyers lost valuable forward Sean Couturier for at least a couple weeks to a cracked rib, and that’s a tough loss at both ends of the ice. Couturier isn’t just a good point producer, he’s the reigning Frank J. Selke Award winner for best defensive forward in the league. And while the Flyers will be playing an already desperate Buffalo team without a top player, I think they still will win what should be a close one in Philly. The Sabres looked like the same average bunch of the last few years in two home losses to start the season to the Washington Capitals.