Monday's NHL Odds

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(TheSpread) – The NHL Schedule for Monday features a total of four games. Here is a look at the odds for the four games on the schedule.

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The featured game of the day has the Vancouver Canucks hosting the Carolina Hurricanes at 10PM ET (View Matchup). According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Vancouver is favored at home, as the Canucks have odds of -170 to win, while the Hurricanes have a money line of +150 to prevail. The over/under total for the game has been set at 5.5 goals. Carolina is 13-12-5 overall and 6-6-1 on the road while Vancouver is 16-10-5 overall and 6-5-3 at home. The home team has won seven of the last eight in this series and these two have scored five goals or more in five straight meetings.

The other featured game of the day has the Ottawa Senators hosting the Philadelphia Flyers at 7:30PM ET (View Matchup). According to oddsmakers, the Senators are favored at home, as they have odds of -140 to win, while the Flyers have a money line of +120 to prevail. The over/under total for this game has been set at 5.5 goals. Ottawa is 11-14-5 overall and 4-8-3 at home while Philadelphia is 13-14-2 overall and 6-7-2 on the road. Philadelphia has won three straight over Ottawa and the two have hit the under in four of their last five meetings.

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

2013 NHL Odds & Over/Under Totals for Monday, December 9

51 Columbus Blue Jackets N/A

52 Pittsburgh Penguins N/A

53 Philadelphia Flyers +120 (5.5)

54 Ottawa Senators -140

55 New York Islanders +200 (5.5)

56 Anaheim Ducks -240

57 Carolina Hurricanes +150 (5.5)

58 Vancouver Canucks -170

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