Friday's NHL Odds


(TheSpread) – The NHL Schedule for Friday features just four games. Here is a look at the odds and over/under totals for each contest.

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The lone game that currently has odds has the Phoenix Coyotes hosting the Colorado Avalanche at 10PM ET (View Matchup). According to oddsmakers at, the Coyotes are favored to win this game, as they have odds of -165 to win, while the Avalanche have a money line of +145 to win. The over/under total for the game has been set at 5 goals. Phoenix is 20-18-8 overall and 14-8-1 at home while the Avalanche are 15-24-7 overall and 3-16-4 on the road. Phoenix has won four straight against Colorado and the two have scored five goals or less in five of their last six meetings.

The other featured game on the day has the Buffalo Sabres hosting the New York Islanders at 7PM ET (View Matchup). According to oddsmakers, odds have not been set for this game as of yet. Buffalo is 20-21-6 overall and 10-10-3 at home while New York is 24-17-6 overall and 14-6-3 on the road. The road team has won three of the last four in this series and the two teams have hit the under in three straight.

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For odds and over/under totals for the NHL games on Friday, see below.

2013 NHL Odds & Over/Under Totals for Friday, April 26

51 New York Islanders N/A

52 Buffalo Sabres N/A

53 Calgary Flames N/A

54 Minnesota Wild N/A

55 Calgary Flames N/A

56 Chicago Blackhawks N/A

57 Colorado Avalanche +145 (5)

58 Phoenix Coyotes -165

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