- BetOnline has point spreads, money lines and game totals for the six NHL games on Wednesday, March 30, 2022
- Leon Draisaitl is in contention for both the Rocket Richard and Art Ross trophies with 48 goals and 96 points in 67 games
- The Golden Knights desperately need to string together victories to stay in the Western Conference playoff race
There are just six games on tonight’s NHL slate after a hectic night that saw a number of potential playoff previews and titanic clashes between the league’s top teams.
Let’s check the odds for all of Wednesday’s National Hockey League action. Here’s also where you can find the top betting sites for NHL hockey in 2022 and smart wagering tips in our 2022 Stanley Cup betting guide.
NHL Games – Wednesday, March 30
|Spread||Money Line||Total Points|
|New York Rangers||TBA||TBA||TBA|
|Detroit Red Wings||TBA||TBA||TBA|
|Los Angeles Kings||TBA||TBA||TBA|
|St. Louis Blues||TBA||TBA||TBA|
|San Jose Sharks||TBA||TBA||TBA|
|Vegas Golden Knights||TBA||TBA||TBA|
Oilers vs Kings
Los Angeles sits just two points ahead of Edmonton in the Pacific so this contest will go a long way in determining home-ice advantage in their inevitable first-round series. The Oilers rebounded from a 9-5 Battle of Alberta shellacking to top the Coyotes 6-1 on Monday night.
Leon Draisaitl notched his 48th goal of the season to draw even with the Leafs’ Auston Matthews in the Rocket Richard race and now sits just two points back of teammate Connor McDavid for the Art Ross Trophy. The Kings, meanwhile, will be looking to rebound from a 6-1 loss to the expansion Kraken on Monday.
Final score prediction: Oilers 5, Kings 3
Leon Draisaitl is a goal-scoring machine. 🇩🇪👏
(Via IG/nhleurope) pic.twitter.com/Iva1nAZ0DB
— NHL (@NHL) March 25, 2022
Kraken vs Golden Knights
Seattle has won four of its past six, although three of those victories came against questionable competition (Coyotes, Red Wings, Canadiens) to say the least. The Kraken should be an easy mark for Vegas, but the Golden Knights have lost seven road games in a row and are in severe danger of missing the postseason. Pete Deboer’s club desperately needs to sweep their upcoming home-and-homes with both Seattle and Vancouver to make the playoffs.
Final score prediction: Golden Knights 6, Seattle 2
Red Wings vs Rangers
There’s finally hope in Detroit after the emergence of Calder Trophy candidates Moritz Seider and Lucas Raymond, but my god can this team ever take a beating! After getting blown out 11-2 by the Penguins on Sunday, the Red Wings have allowed over seven goals nine different times this season – something that hasn’t happened since 1988-89.
The good news is the Rangers backup Alexandar Georgiev will likely be between the pipes as New York is on the second of a back to back. Let’s go with an unexpected upset here.
Final score prediction: Detroit 4, Rangers 3 OT
Moritz Seider plays chess while the players who try to hit him are playing checkers. pic.twitter.com/OThgHkOnrf
— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) March 23, 2022
Sabres vs Jets
The Jets have won four of their past five to stay in contention for the last Wild-Card spot in the Western Conference. However, the Sabres have also been surprisingly good lately with a 6-2-2 record in their past 10. Buffalo has also played six straight one-goal games so beware of taking either of these clubs to cover a high point spread.
Final score prediction: Sabres 3, Jets 2
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