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NHL Bets 2/15

Welcome back to NHL Top Bets for a huge twelve game Thursday slate. The people made it known they wanted expanded NHL betting content, Win Daily listened and we have you covered below.

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2/15 NHL Main Slate of Games – Beginning 7 p.m. ET

*All odds below have been obtained from DraftKings Sportsbook and are accurate as of the time of writing*

2/15 NHL Bet

Jack Hughes 4+ SOG (-130) – FanDuel – 0.5 Units

Hughes has been rolling as of late. He has also hit this mark in four straight games (6, 7, 7, 4). Furthermore, Hughes has been particularly strong at home. Over his last ten games at home, he has averaged 4.1 shots on goal. When Hughes plays twenty plus minutes on the ice at home, he’s averaging 5.2 shots on goal. Tonight, the Devils are hosting the Kings in one of the 6.5 projected total games so the pace of the game should bode well for him.

Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Chicago Blackhawks – Under 5.5 (100)FanDuel – 1 Unit

Last night our Panthers/Penguins under bets on the total were the only bets which fell short. However, that was not because of anything Pittsburgh did as they lost 7-2. This offense continues to struggle and tonight they are facing a team that is the anthesis of Florida in the form of the Blackhawks.

Not much needs to be said about Chicago here. They have lost seven straight games scoring a total of eight goals during that span. Prior to that other than a 4-3 win over the Islanders, in the five preceding games they had scored a total of four goals. This team was already really bad but ultimately the loss of Conor Bedard turned them into a royal mess.

As far as the Penguins go, prior to last night, seven of Pittsburgh’s last ten games had gone under six. They are also continuing to average under three goals and game and of course they’re a big home favorite (-205) in this one. However, they are on the second night of a back-to-back. Without offensive firepower on the other side, I simply see this as a pretty boring, low-scoring game with few highlights to speak of. If I had to speculate, Pittsburgh wins 2-1 or 3-2.

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