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The biggest disruption to the schedule these days is the NHL cancelling games hosted in Canada due to attendance restrictions. With the league still attempting to recover from having no fans for most of the last season and all of the playoffs, the financial implications for both teams and players are dire if Canadian teams can’t sell tickets and concessions. What’s left on the schedule? Let’s look into it.

Colorado Avalanche to defeat Toronto Maple Leafs -140

The last time these two teams met, the Maple Leafs embarrassed an Avalanche squad using their third string netminder, dropping eight goals on them in a dominant offensive performance. This time around though, Darcy Kuemper is back in the lineup and in fine form, stopping 93.8 per cent of the shots he’s faced in 2022.

Add to that the fact that Nathan MacKinnon finally busted his scoring drought, and has a ridiculous 23 points in his last 12 games, all on a scoring streak over that time. The Leafs are running into the Avalanche playing their best hockey of the season, and with more pieces in the fold than at most other points as well.

The Leafs are no pushovers, they’ve been incredible this season, but I think the Avs might have a bone to pick with them over how their last meeting went.

Carolina Hurricanes to defeat Florida Panthers -135 

Another clash of the titans on Saturday night, as the surging Hurricanes take on the incredibly dominant Panthers.

The Hurricanes are on the second half of a back-to-back set, but having won five straight games and looking to avenge the loss they suffered against the Panthers the last time these two met, they’ll be a motivated club.

The Panthers are still playing great, but have fallen off slightly in the underlying numbers over their last 10 games. What’s impressive about them as they take the step to being true cup contenders though, is that they’re now regularly able to have subpar games and still win big.

Against the Hurricanes, that’ll be tough to do, but I don’t think they’ll have a subpar game in this one, I just expect Carolina to come out on top by a hair.

Washington Capitals to defeat Minnesota Wild -135

Yet another titanic collision on Saturday night, as the NHL’s schedule seems to have accidentally pitted several of the best teams against each other on a single night.

I’m honestly not sure where this season has come from for the Capitals - you can count me among the very wrong people who thought their window had dramatically slammed shut after some disappointing playoff performances following their first cup win.

However somehow this Washington team is riding the high of Alex Ovechkin chasing the all-time goal scoring record, and they’re seventh in the league in expected goals for percentage in all situations. That’s even without their powerplay clicking at the usual rate.

The Wild are legitimately good as well, but they’ve taken a deep dive into underwhelming territory over the last month or so. Their record remains very impressive, but they don’t appear to be on the Capitals’ level at the moment. They can easily get back there again, but for right now, they aren’t.

Jack Hughes to score anytime vs Columbus Blue Jackets +185

In case you haven’t noticed, young Jack Hughes has arrived. He was close to it at the beginning of the season, and his underlying numbers have been pretty strong even as a scrawny teen, but the scoring numbers were less than what were expected from his No. 1 overall draft pick status.

The last five games since the holiday break though, Hughes has been on an absolute tear, scoring 12 points in five games, including four goals in that time. Against a team like the Columbus Blue Jackets, there’s going to be lot of opportunities for Hughes to fill the net again and keep his point streak going.