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Adrian Dater for Bookies.com

By Adrian Dater | | 6 mins

Daily NHL Bets To Back & Free NHL Tips

Daily NHL Bets To Back & Free NHL Tips
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A massive schedule for the NHL on Wednesday, with 30 of the 32 teams in action.

This is the pre-Thanksgiving night in which most every team plays. So, let’s do three best NHL bets:

This season: 63-48, +19.2 units

Wednesday's NHL Betting Lines To Back

Avalanche Moneyline Over Canucks

The Colorado Avalanche will play Vancouver on the first game back from a road trip, which often means trouble for hockey teams. But I don’t think so in this case. I think the Avs will win, though. I will just keep things on the moneyline here. Colorado is a safe bet at home.

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Rangers Moneyline Over Ducks 

The New York Rangers have not inspired a lot of confidence to hockey bettors so far this season. But let’s give them another crack at things here, on the moneyline of -170 at betting apps. The Anaheim Ducks are a terrible team and franchise. 

Nobody in the Southern California area, aside from a few thousand diehards out of millions of local residents, actually cares about this team anymore. Take the Rangers to win here


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Sharks Moneyline Over Kraken

For some reason, I like the Sharks to win here on the moneyline at betting sites. The Seattle Kraken has been a nice story to this point, but you get the feeling it might have a tough time against a Sharks team that already is playing with a nothing-to-lose demeanor. I like the Sharks in a minor upset here.

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About the Author

Adrian Dater for Bookies.com
Adrian Dater
Adrian Dater writes about the NHL for Bookies.com. The longtime NHL writer spent 25 years at The Denver Post, 20 of which as the beat writer of the Colorado Avalanche.