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NHL All-Star Game 2022 Odds, Betting Guide & Predictions

NHL All-Star Game 2022 Odds, Betting Guide & Predictions
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After a season in which there was no NHL All-Star Game, it will return this weekend in the glitz and glam of Las Vegas.

It is a weekend of fun and festivities, but there is also real competition among the four divisions in the league, and plenty of opportunities for NHL betting enthusiasts.

The game is Saturday at 3 p.m. ET at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV. The game can be seen on ABC and ESPN+. There is also a skills competition Friday night, starting at 7:30 p.m. EST on ESPN.

All four league divisions are represented. The two divisions from each conference play each other in one 20-minute game, at three-on-three. The winners of those two games play for the championship, in another 20-minute game.

If any of the games are tied after regulation, a best-of-three shootout commences, with additional rounds necessary until there’s a winner.


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2022 NHL All-Star Game Odds

TeamOdds To Win
Pacific Division +230
Atlantic Division +260
Metropolitan Division +260
Central Division +320

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The pick: The Metropolitan Division suffered a blow Thursday when living legend Alex Ovechkin was placed into COVID protocol. He will be unable to play. The Central Division suffered a blow with the recent injury to captain Nathan MacKinnon. I like the Atlantic to win the 2022 NHL All-Star Game.

I like the Atlantic because of goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy. He’s the best goalie in the tournament, and the forwards of the Atlantic have some serious firepower, led by Auston Matthews.

2022 NHL All-Star Game Skills Competition Odds

Fastest Skater Odds

PlayerOdds
Connor McDavid +150
Cale Makar +450
Dylan Larkin +550
Jordan Kyrou +800
Chris Kreider +950
Evgeny Kuznetsov +950
Adrian Kempe +1000
Kyle Connor +1000

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The pick: Gotta go with McDavid. His straightaway speed remains the gold standard for all NHL skaters. This will be Makar’s first appearance in the competition. He’s fast, all right, but McDavid is just at another level.

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Hardest Shot Odds

PlayerOdds
Victor Hedman +125
Adam Pelech +300
Tom Wilson +350
Timo Meier +350

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The pick: With guys such as Shea Weber and Zdeno Chara not competing this year, I actually think Adam Pelech has a good chance at upsetting favorite Hedman in this competition. He’s got a shot that can regularly exceed 100 mph. I’m taking Pelech at +300 on betting sites.

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Accuracy Shooting Odds

PlayerOdds
Leon Draisaitl +340
Patrice Bergeron +600
Sebastian Aho +600
Jonathan Marchessault +700
Johnny Gaudreau +700

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The pick: There is a new format to the accuracy shooting contest this year. As opposed to hitting targets in all four corners of the net, there is now a Vegas-themed “21” competition that involves more shooting choices and more strategic thinking.

As for the winner, I will go with Sebastian Aho at +600 NHL odds. He has a very accurate wrist shot and should be excited, as a first-time participant.

Goaltending Save Streak Odds

PlayerOdds
Andre Vasilevskiy +430
Jusse Saros +500
Frederik Andersen +500
Jack Campbell +500
John Gibson +600
Thatcher Demko +750

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The pick: This competition started in 2018, and the object is to save as many pucks as possible against an opposing division's shooter in NHL shootout fashion. The goaltender with the longest "save streak" wins.

It's hard to bet against Vasilevskiy. As I said before, he’s the best goalie at the ASG. I’ll take him at +430 on betting apps.

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.