Sunday's NHL Odds

nhl sunday odds money lines trends hockey betting

LAS VEGAS, NV (The Spread) - With only five games on Sunday's NHL schedule, let's take a look at the odds and totals for each matchup.

View 2014 Stanley Cup Odds

According to oddsmakers from online sports book, the Penguins are -210 money line favorites over the Jets while the Predators are +115 money line underdogs versus the Hurricanes, who are -135 on the money line.

The Ducks are also -155 money line favorites over the Canucks, who are +135 on the ML, while the Lightning are -140 money line road favorites versus the Oilers, who are +120. And in the final game of the night, the Blackhawks are -140 money line favorites versus the Sharks in Chicago.

The home team in the Jets-Penguins series is 4-1 in the last five meetings while the over is 6-2 in the last eight meetings in Pittsburgh. The Jets are also 13-38 in their last 51 games versus the Penguins overall and 4-21 in their last 25 games in Pittsburgh.

The over, meanwhile, is 4-0 in the last four meetings between the Hurricanes and Predators while the Sharks are 0-6 in their last six games versus the Hawks in Chicago and 4-0 in their last four games overall versus the Blackhawks. The home team is also 5-1 in the Lightning and Oilers' last six meetings.

Sunday's NHL Odds for January 5

51 Winnipeg Jets +175 (5.5)

52 Pittsburgh Steelers -210

53 Nashville Predators +115 (5.5)

54 Carolina Hurricanes -135

55 Vancouver Canucks +135 (5.5)

56 Anaheim Ducks -155

57 Tampa Bay Lightning -140 (5.5)

58 Edmonton Oilers +120

59 San Jose Sharks +120 (6)

60 Chicago Blackhawks -140

Bet 2014 Stanley Cup Odds

Want More From Follow us on Twitter and Facebook or Subscribe to Our News Feeds!


NHL Top Stories

Thumbnail Chicago hopes to hammer Calgary tonight The Blackhawks don’t resemble their usual selves through the first six games of the season. Fortunately for the Windy City faithful, a get-well card should...
Thumbnail Confident Canadiens welcome Philly to town   The Canadiens emerged victorious from their wide-open battle against Boston over the weekend. Will Michel Therrien’s club be able to thrive at a more...
Thumbnail Anaheim searching for early-season traction After commencing the season with four straight wins, Vancouver finally fell last night in shootout fashion. Will Willie...
Thumbnail Wild's top threat tries to snap out of funk Minnesota’s off to a 3-1-1 start despite getting no production from its best offensive player. But will Zach Parise finally light the lamp today?
Thumbnail Price's re-emergence heightens Habs' hopes The Canadiens managed to make it through the first three games of the season without Carey Price. Yet the Atlantic Division stalwarts were undeniably stoked...
More inNHL Articles  

NHL Headlines

More inNHL News  

NHL Team Pages