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Betway Bets of the Day: Bet on the surging Flames power play against dead last Canucks penalty kill

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Niqhil
By Niqhil
10 months ago
Welcome back to Betway Bets of the Day brought to you by NHL betting odds site Betway!
Andrei Kuzmenko scored his 36th and 37th goals of the season and Elias Pettersson extended his point streak to 13 games, but it wasn’t enough as the Canucks lost 6-5 to the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday night.
Vancouver will now embark on a five game homestand starting with a matchup again the Calgary Flames. Here are three bets I like for tonight’s game.
Player Prop 
Elias Pettersson to register over 2.5 shots at -150. My $10 bet would return $16.66. 
This is the prop that has made us the most money this season and thankfully the bookies moved Pettersson’s line back to 2.5 for tonight’s game. Pettersson has 11 shots in his last 3 games which is an average of 3.66 per game, I like his over 2.5 against the Flames.
Special Teams 
Calgary to score a powerplay goal at -125. My $10 bet would return $18.
Despite a recent improvement on the penalty kill the Canucks still rank dead last in the NHL in that department. The Flames have also been hot with the extra man, scoring five powerplay goals in their last five games.
Parlay
Calgary to win money-line and Elias Pettersson to score a point at +125. My $10 bet would return $22.50.
With only eight games remaining the Flames are fighting for their playoff lives, they remain two points out of the last seat at the dance. This is a must win game for them and I expect them to play like it and take the win.
Pettersson is currently on a 13 game point streak and shows no signs of slowing down.
Last Game Bets
Jakub Vrana to register over 2.5 shots at -120. My $10 bet would return $18.33.  – HIT
Jordan Kyrou to score anytime at +140. My $10 bet would return $24. – MISSED
Vancouver to win money-line and Elias Pettersson to register a point at +125. My $10 bet would return $22.50. – MISSED
We staked $30 and returned $18.88. We’re now up $36.57 on the year.

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