Tuesday NHL Opening Odds
(The Spread) - What are the biggest and most intriguing matchups on Tuesday, January 11 in professional hockey? Read our NHL Hockey Opening Lines, Odds & Totals report to find out.
Wojtek Wolski will make his debut for the New York Rangers on Tuesday night when they host the Montreal Canadiens at 7:00PM ET. According to oddsmakers from online sports book Sportsbook.com, the Rangers are –145 on the moneyline, while the Canadiens are +134.
The Rangers have won eight of their last 12 games and is on a fourth three-game winning streak this season after beating the Blues 2-1 on Saturday night. New York hasn’t won four in a row since December of last year.
In other hockey action, the Nashville Predators will host the Minnesota Wild at 8:00PM ET tonight. Nashville is –149 on the moneyline, while Minnesota is +137. The over/under total for this game is currently set at 5 goals.
The Boston Bruins will also host the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night. The Bruins enter this game with a 22-12-7 record, while the Senators are 16-20-6 overall. Boston is –172 on the money line while Ottawa is +158.
According to latest NHL trends, the under is 5-1 in the last six meetings between the Bruins and Senators, while Ottawa is just 4-12 in its last 16 games against Boston. That said, the road team is 6-0 in the last six meetings.
For all the money line and over/under goal totals for tonight’s games, see below.
51 Phoenix Coyotes +118 (5.5)
Columbus Blue Jackets –128 (5.5)
53 Calgary Flames
54 Carolina Hurricanes
55 Ottawa Senators +158 (5)
56 Boston Bruins –172 (5)
57 Montreal Canadiens +134 (5)
58 New York Rangers –145 (5)
59 Vancouver Canucks –196 (5.5)
60 New York Islanders +180 (5.5)
61 Washington Capitals –138 (5.5)
62 Florida Panthers +127 (5.5)
63 Philadelphia Flyers –115 (5.5)
64 Buffalo Sabres +106 (5.5)
65 Minnesota Wild +137 (5)
66 Nashville Predators –149 (5)
67 Edmonton Oilers +210
68 Dallas Stars –230 (5.5)
69 Toronto Maple Leafs +201 (5.5)
70 San Jose Sharks –220 (5.5)Twitter and Facebook or Subscribe to Our News Feeds!