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We’re almost halfway through the 2021-22 NHL season, consistently ticking off games as we march towards the All-Star Game and what would have been the Olympic break.

The NHL’s scoring leaders as we near the midway point with 26 goals and 54 points each are 26-year-old Leon Draisaitl and 36-year-old Alex Ovechkin, just like everyone predicted! Unfortunately for Draisaitl, the Oilers and Capitals are in very different spots. Things are getting desperate in Edmonton, can they pull it together?

Carolina Hurricanes to defeat Boston Bruins +110

The Bruins are red-hot, led by Brad Marchand, who is white-hot. Buoyed by the return of Tuukka Rask on top of it all, there’s some magic feelings in the air in Beantown.

Everything points the Bruins’ way, including home-ice advantage, but the Carolina Hurricanes are no slouches. In fact, I would argue that on balance they’re a better team than the Bruins are. Both teams have played 35 games, but the Hurricanes are ahead in wins, points, and goal differential, while posting essentially the same expected goal differential at 5-vs-5.

While the Bruins are much tighter defensively, the Hurricanes are an offensive juggernaut. A playoff series between these two would go the distance, but considering that the Bruins are favored heading into this one, putting money on the team that has at least an equal chance at winning is a smart move.

Vancouver Canucks to defeat Nashville Predators +145

The magic is starting to wear off in Vancouver as the winning streak under new head coach Bruce Boudreau is now in the rear-view mirror, but with the Nashville Predators on the second half of a back-to-back with travel, the Canucks have a great opportunity to start another little streak in Nashville, fresh off a surprising win over the Washington Capitals.

One of the biggest benefits of Nashville playing in St. Louis on Monday for the Canucks is that Juuse Saros started the game, and he didn’t play all that well either, so it’s unlikely it’ll be him back between the pipes on Tuesday.

With a rested Thatcher Demko in their own net, the Canucks should have a hefty advantage in the goaltending department that wouldn’t normally be there.

Over 6.5 total goals in Florida Panthers vs Calgary Flames +100

Have you watched the Panthers lately? They’ve scored 50 goals in their last eight games. That’s not a typo, I’m serious. They are blitzing everyone they face. They’ve put up nine goals in a game twice in that span, and one of those was against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Eventually that offence will wind down a little, but ride the wave while you can.

Alex Ovechkin to score anytime vs Winnipeg Jets -120

Ovechkin is not as much of a guarantee as he was earlier in the season, but he’s on a little bit of a scoring run at the moment, and does still co-lead the league in goals.

Connor Hellebuyck remains one of the best goaltenders in the NHL, but Ovechkin doesn’t really care how good goalies are.