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NHL betting market report: Daily picks, advice for Wednesday 3/23

March 23, 2022 08:04 AM

Welcome to the daily NHL betting market report, your source for comprehensive and dynamic hockey betting analysis. This page will be updated throughout the day as needed. Be on the lookout for player prop bets.

All game lines via VSiN NHL Odds Page

All stats via Evolving Hockey and Natural Stat Trick

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Market Report Recap for Tuesday, March 22nd

Pittsburgh easily covered the puck line against the Blue Jackets with a 5-1 win, but unfortunately the Flames collapsed and didn’t follow suit. Calgary had a 3-1 lead over San Jose in the second period, but the Sharks got within one, and then scored two goals in 30 seconds midway through the third to take the lead. A brutal way to lose a bet that seemed to be trending in the right direction from the beginning.

Record:

96-80, + 7.07 units, 3.9 percent ROI

Note: Player prop bets (if any) can be found by scrolling to the bottom of the report.

Market Report for Wednesday, March 23rd

There are just four games scheduled for Wednesday.

Let’s look at things from a betting perspective:

New Jersey Devils (+ 260) at Toronto Maple Leafs (-320)

The Devils fell into an early hole (2-0) in the first period of Tuesday’s game against New York Rangers, but they scored five goals in the second period and added two more in the third to win 7-4. Nico Daws was in goal for the Devils on Tuesday which means Jon Gillies will almost certainly get the start on Wednesday. The Maple Leafs have had three days off since their last game, a 6-3 loss to the Predators, and they should be able to dominate a weaker team that’s also tired. It’s unclear who will start for the Maple Leafs in goal, though. They’ve gone with rookie Erik Kallgren in the last three games, but Petr Mrazek be back between the pipes on Wednesday. Mrazek has a .886 save percentage after 17 games and, according to Evolving Hockey, he's cost the team more than a dozen goals above expected. The Maple Leafs have played the Devils twice so far this season and they won both games by a combined score of 13-5. The Devils have been a bottom-five team on defense all season long, but both teams rank in the bottom-10 in goals against per 60 minutes since Dec. 1st. This game could get out of hand in a hurry.

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