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The NHL is still struggling through the continued spread of COVID, but for now it seems like there’s some semblance of stability as games are being played once more. How long that will last is anyone’s guess, but for now the NHL is operating as if it’s business as usual, with the addition of taxi squads. Let’s dig into Saturday’s games.

Seattle Kraken to defeat Vancouver Canucks

This is more of an educated guess than anything, but the Vancouver Canucks just tied the NHL record for the longest winning streak after a coaching change, with Bruce Boudreau’s new team rattling off seven straight wins to start his tenure.

The Kraken are not a good team by any stretch, but despite the winning streak the Canucks’ underlying numbers haven’t improved that much. With the long odds the Kraken will get, this could be a very valuable bet.

Ottawa Senators to defeat Toronto Maple Leafs

Don’t ask me why, perhaps it’s some mystical curse placed on the Maple Leafs for ruining the cup-contending era for the Ottawa Senators under Jacques Martin back in the day, but the dominant Maple Leafs struggle against the lottery-contending Senators every year.

No matter the talent disparity between the two teams, the Senators always seem capable of a surprise upset over the Leafs, and constantly push them to the limit in the regular season. Expect more of the same on Saturday, as every Ottawa Senator seems to get a little more pep in their step when the Maple Leafs are on the ice.

Auston Matthews to score anytime vs Ottawa

This one is relatively simple. Despite the fact that Matthews hasn’t been in action for over half a month, he has 20 goals in 27 games.

Heading into the break, Matthews was held without a goal just once in his previous 10 games. He’s as rock solid a bet as anyone to light the lamp.

Anthony Duclair to score anytime vs Montreal

Having yet another strong season on a very strong team, Duclair has a golden opportunity to add to his goal-scoring streak while playing against the Montreal Canadiens.

Far from the only team hit by the pandemic, the Habs are also beset by injuries, to the point where the roster they finished their most recent game against Carolina with had a total cap hit just under $19m. Twenty players signed to professional contracts are unavailable to the Canadiens right now between COVID protocols and injury concerns.

While Sam Montembeault has been doing his best in the absence of a support system, he averages nearly four goals allowed per game, and has just one win in seven starts this season.