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Sometimes it’s only after the trade deadline that you realize how desperately you needed that one extra piece. Everyone may have been screaming it into their ears, but I wonder if the Edmonton Oilers are finally going to realize shortly that running Mike Smith and Mikko Koskinen in goal just isn’t good enough in the NHL? If they could get a few saves, they’d be looking great right now. As it is, going into the playoffs they’re not a safe bet to win a round, but that could change if they call up Stuart Skinner from Bakersfield.

Jack Hughes to score anytime vs Florida Panthers +145

The underlying numbers were always there for Jack Hughes. He was doing the right things as a teenager in this league, but he wasn’t quite strong enough and hadn’t figured out how to scale his scoring to the NHL level. Now that he has, the kid looks like a phenomenon.

Combine Hughes on a scoring streak with a team in Florida that gives up some golden chances in order to produce more offence of their own, and you might just have a match made in heaven.

Pittsburgh Penguins to defeat Colorado Avalanche +125

The Colorado Avalanche are the Stanley Cup favourites this season, and frankly they’ve only lost seven games of 34 at home this year. They’re the overwhelming favourites any time they play in Denver.

However, the Pittsburgh Penguins are no joke. Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin are firing on all cylinders again, and the team is fourth in expected goal differential league-wide. Tristan Jarry has had a few off games in March, but most often he’s posting incredible numbers.

Colorado never goes down without a fight at home, but this game is a bigger challenge than you might think.

Los Angeles Kings to defeat Winnipeg Jets +105

The Jets have been red-hot of late, winning seven of their last 10 and challenging for a playoff spot in the increasingly competitive Western Conference Wild Card race. The Jets remain an extreme longshot to make it in though, and the Los Angeles Kings are almost guaranteed a spot at this point.

The Kings are 10th in the league both in expected goal differential at 5-vs-5 and in all situations. The one area where things look a little unsure is goaltending, with both Cal Peterson and Jonathan Quick giving them very inconsistent returns. Winnipeg may have the goaltending, but in every other area, the Kings are superior.

Kirill Kaprizov to score anytime vs Carolina Hurricanes +170

Remember earlier in the year when Kaprizov was ice cold and didn’t score for the first eight games of the season? In the following 57 games the guy has a whopping 38 goals. He’s taken a great rookie season scoring at nearly a point per game pace and put up 83 points already in just 65 games.

Kaprizov is also on a five-game scoring streak, hitting the back of the net six times, and putting up 23 shots on goal over that stretch. He’s been every bit of the star player the Wild need him to be and more.