Wednesday's NHL Odds


(TheSpread) – The NHL schedule for Wednesday features just four games. Here is a breakdown of today’s action on the ice.

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The featured game tonight has the New York Rangers hosting the Toronto Maple Leafs at 7PM ET. According to oddsmakers at, the Rangers are the favorite at home, with odds of -160. Toronto has a money line of +140 to prevail. The Leafs come in having lost three straight, all by one goal. The Rangers have lost their last two games. New York has won three straight over Toronto and six of the last seven in this series.

One of the other featured games has the Philadelphia Flyers hosting the Washington Capitals at 8PM ET. Oddsmakers have the Flyers favored at home, as they have odds of -140 to win, while the Capitals have a money line of +120 to win. The Capitals have won four of their last five, with the lost coming to the Flyers on Sunday. Philly has won six of its last seven. Philadelphia has won two straight in this series and seven of its last 10 against the Capitals.

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The other game on Wednesday that has odds available has the Calgary Flames hosting the Ottawa Senators at 9:30PM ET. Oddsmakers have this game as even, as each have odds of -110 to win. Ottawa has won three of its last five while Calgary has dropped three of its last four. Ottawa has won two straight in this series, but Calgary has won seven of its last 10 against the Senators.

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