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We’re almost there. This will be the last column before the NHL’s Trade Deadline on Monday, March 21. As of this writing, some dominoes have started to fall. Colorado acquired Josh Manson from Anaheim, then moved out Tyson Jost for Nico Sturm to save some cap room. Florida moved Frank Vatrano to the Rangers for cap relief, then traded for Ben Chiarot. Both Colorado and Florida are pushing to pry Claude Giroux from Philadelphia. Despite rumours of it being a buyer’s market, the sellers are netting huge returns. We’ll see how this impacts odds over the next few weeks.

Los Angeles Kings to defeat Vegas Golden Knights +120

The Golden Knights won a lot of games early in the season that they didn’t really deserve to, and that good luck streak seems to have been coming home to roost over the last few weeks. They find themselves hanging on the precipice of missing the playoffs entirely for the first time in their history.

Dealing with a ton of injuries, including their entire top line being out of action, Vegas has been scrambling while Dallas trails them by a single point and has four games in hand.

The Kings are dealing with an injury situation of their own, but the structure the team has played with all season is helping to keep them afloat, as are their young players who are making a solid impact. Both teams managed a win in their last outing, but the Kings are just better right now.

Over 6.5 total goals in Pittsburgh Penguins vs Arizona Coyotes -115

The Arizona Coyotes are scoring on a whopping 21 per cent of their shots on goal in March. Players often have hot streaks like that as individuals, but teams rarely get that hot. The next-hottest team by shooting percentage isn’t even close to them, with the Nashville Predators scoring on 14.7 per cent of their shots.

They aren’t exactly lighting the world on fire from an inputs perspective, putting up the 2nd-fewest shots in the NHL over that time, and the 6th-lowest expected goals per 60 minutes in all situations.

However, ride the wave until it ends! The Penguins are in the mid-range of the league in terms of shooting percentage over the last month, but they control play so well and produce so many scoring chances that they’re still producing over three goals per game.

Auston Matthews to score anytime vs Nashville Predators 

Matthews says he expects to be rusty coming off of a two-game suspension for cross-checking, but I’m going to call BS on that one.

The best goal scorer in the game hasn’t missed a beat this season since he started off a little slow while recovering from wrist surgery. Not only is Matthews the best shooter in the league, he’s also become a two-way force, and should be the only skater who challenges Igor Shesterkin for the Hart Trophy at the end of the season.

It’s never a bad call to bet on him, until Toronto makes the playoffs.

Tyler Toffoli to score anytime against Vancouver Canucks

Another player who has been running red hot recently, Toffoli has been everything the Flames wanted and more when they acquired him from the Montreal Canadiens. He’s scoring at nearly a point per game, solid defensively, and a great team guy.

The shooting percentage has dipped a little for Toffoli recently, but he’s ripping shots on net at high volume over the last five games, and he seems to love scoring against the Vancouver Canucks anyway, so this one looks like a really solid bet.