Betway Bets of the Day: Betting on the Stars to make this a series against the Golden Knights tonight

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Tyson Cole
2 days ago
Well, Canucks Army faithful have to wait until Friday for some more Vancouver Canucks bets. But tonight, there is another Western Conference matchup to bet on!
Today’s confirmed goaltender matchups for our highlighted game:
The Vegas Golden Knights’ Logan Thompson (25-14-5) vs. The Dallas Stars Jake Oettinger (35-14-4).

Dallas Stars Moneyline (-160)

A $16.00 bet would return $26.00.
The Dallas Stars drew the absolute shortest stick by winning the Western Conference and having to play the LTIR merchants, Golden Knights.
It was almost poetic, as Mark Stone and his $9.2M LTIR money scored the opening goal in the first two minutes of the game. The Golden Knights never looked back, as they held onto the lead for the entire game and won by a final score of 4-3. 
Dallas tied for second in the regular season in come-from-behind wins, showing their drive and never-give-up mentality. But losing both home games to open a series and then having to play in front of that Vegas crowd might be too much to overcome. So they need this win, and the Stars know that. 

Jonathan Marchessault Over 2.5 Shots on Goal (-143)

A $14.30 bet would return $24.30.
Jonathan Marchessault has cleared this line in four of his last five games, averaging 3.2 shots on 6.4 shot attempts. On the road this season, Marchessault is clearing at a 66% clip, averaging 3.3 shots on 5.6 shot attempts. 
Against the Stars, Marchessault has covered this line in 12 of his last 16 games, averaging 3.1 shots on 5.8 shot attempts. Marchessault cleared this line in game one, finishing with three shots on five shot attempts and in the series against the Stars last season, he cleared in four of the six games. 

Last Game Recap:

Nashville Predators / Vancouver Canucks Total Over 5.5 – LOSS – (-$10.00)
J.T. Miller Assist – LOSS – (-$10.00)
Not much to say about this, honestly; just a brutal game, and we lost the total line by one goal, which the Canucks had multiple times to capitalize, on and just couldn’t. 
All-Time Record: 12-13 (-$36.14)

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