Betway Bets of the Day: Bet on Norris candidates Quinn Hughes and Cale Makar to put on a show

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By Niqhil
7 months ago
Welcome back to Betway Bets of the Day, brought to you by NHL betting odds site Betway! 
The Vancouver Canucks simply did their job on Monday night, defeating the league-worst San Jose Sharks 3-1. Quinn Hughes scored two points to take the sole lead of the NHL’s scoring race ahead of teammates JT Miller and Elias Pettersson.
Next up for the Canucks is a matchup with the Colorado Avalanche, but more importantly, a Norris battle between Quinn Hughes and Cale Makar. Here are three bets I like for tonight’s game.

Player Prop

Cale Makar to score a power-play point at +105. My $10 bet would return $20.50. 
Makar is starting to seriously heat up, scoring nine points in his last three games. He’s also been lethal with the man advantage, scoring a power-play point in four straight games. I like this bet a lot against a below-average Canucks penalty kill, so I’m going to put .8 units on this.

Player Prop

Quinn Hughes to register an assist at -167. My $12.50 bet would return $20.
Hughes has been red hot all season long and has registered an assist in seven of his last eight games. I expect both Hughes and Makar to play with something to prove tonight, so we’re hammering a full unit here.

Pre-Built Bets

The Canucks to score a power-play goal at +105. My $10 bet would return $20.50
It’s gotten to the point where whenever you can get the Canucks’ power-play at plus money, you have to take it. Vancouver’s PP ranks third league-wide, eclipsing at a 31% rate. Take this play at .8 units.

Last Game Bets

Elias Pettersson to score a power-play point at -134. My $12.50 bet would return $21.87. – MISSED
Andrei Kuzmenko to score anytime at +187. My $10 bet would return $28.70. – MISSED
Canucks to win money-line and Elias Pettersson to register two points at +150. My $8 bet would return $20.- MISSED
This is the worst three-game stretch in my entire CanucksArmy career. Again, we were super close to an even night as Kuzmenko rang one off the bar. We staked $30.50 and returned $0. We are now up only $56.30 on the year.
It’s been a rough week. We’re waiting to start to get rolling again and will throw in some bonus bets in Friday’s edition.

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