- BetOnline has point spreads, money lines, and game totals for the 4 NHL games on Monday, March 21, 2022
- The Bruins inked new defenseman Hampus Lindholm to an eight-year, $52 million extension on Sunday
- The Golden Knights and Wild have each won two straight games after being among the coldest teams in the league
While all eyes will be on Monday’s 3 pm ET NHL trade deadline, there is some hockey action to follow on the ice as well with the Bruins and Canadiens resuming their Original Six rivalry and Connor McDavid’s resurgent Oilers in Colorado to face the league’s best team.
Let’s check the odds for tonight’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 – Monday, March 21
|Spread||Money Line||Total Points|
|Vegas Golden Knights||TBA||+112||Ov 6 (-113)|
|Minnesota Wild||TBA||-124||Un 6 (+102)|
|Edmonton Oilers||TBA||+171||Ov 6.5 (+101)|
|Colorado Avalanche||TBA||-190||Un 6.5 (-111)|
|Nashville Predators||TBA||-157||Ov 5.5 (-111)|
|Anaheim Ducks||TBA||+142||Un 5.5 (+101)|
Canadiens vs Bruins
The Bruins beefed up their lineup for one last run at the Stanley Cup, trading three premium draft picks to the Ducks for Hampus Lindholm. However, neither the defenseman or captain Patrice Bergeron are expected in the lineup on Monday night. Montreal has improved under new head coach Martin St. Louis, with a 5-3-2 record in their last 10, while Boston has been one of the best teams in the NHL since the New Year. The B’s have outscored the Habs 10-3 in two previous meetings this season and will emerge victorious in this one as well.
Final score prediction: Bruins 3, Canadiens 2
The Boston Bruins and newly acquired defenceman Hampus Lindholm agreed to an eight-year, $52 million contract extension.https://t.co/JSCwwIDrgw
— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) March 20, 2022
Wild vs Golden Knights
The Golden Knights finally righted the ship after a five-game losing streak, picking up consecutive home Ws against Florida and Los Angeles. Following an injury scare versus the Panthers, Jack Eichel unexpectedly returned to the lineup to face the Kings. He now has 11 points in 16 games with Vegas this season. Meanwhile, Minnesota is riding back-to-back wins of their own. The Wild acquired bruising forward Nicolas Deslaurier from the Ducks at the deadline and could be a tough out for someone this postseason.
Final score prediction: Wild 4, Golden Knights 2
Avalanche vs Oilers
Edmonton takes a five-game win streak into Colorado on Monday to face the league-leading Avalanche, who have racked up three consecutive victories. Jared Bednar’s club lost out on Claude Giroux at the deadline but added gritty blueliner, Josh Manson, from Anaheim. Expect Connor McDavid and the Oilers to approach this one as a measuring stick game. While the club’s last three wins were against non-playoff teams (Devils, Sabres, Red Wings), they did begin their streak with triumphs over the Capitals and Lightning.
Final score prediction: Edmonton 5, Colorado 4 OT
With a goal and two assists today, #Oilers Connor McDavid recorded his league-leading 90th point of the season!
— Eric Friesen 🏒 (@EricJFriesen) March 19, 2022
Ducks vs Predators
No general manager was busier at the deadline than Anaheim’s Pat Verbeek, who shipped out Lindholm, Deslaurier, and Manson among others. In the midst of a six-game losing streak, the Ducks have clearly hit the rebuild switch. Nashville is locked in the first Wild Card spot in the West after picking up three wins against the solid competition (Leafs, Penguins, Wild) in their past four games. Led by Roman Josi, whose 75 points tops all NHL defensemen, the Predators should have no trouble knocking off the spiraling Ducks.
Final score prediction: Predators 5, Ducks 1
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