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The Canucks started their eastern conference road trip with a bang, beating the Ottawa Senators 6-4. Vancouver was outplayed for the first two periods, but a strong goaltending performance from Spencer Martin kept the club in the game and they ultimately got the job done in the third period.
Vancouver is set to play on back-to-back nights, this time at the Bell Centre in Montreal. Here are three bets to look for in tonight’s all-Canadian matchup.
Easy Money
Bo Horvat to register over 2.5 shots at -175. My $10 bet would return $15.71. 
If it ain’t broke don’t fix it. Horvat now has 26 shots in his last 5 games (5.2 per game) and is now alone at second for goals in the NHL, behind only Connor McDavid. We’re gonna keep hammering this one until it misses.
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Player Prop 
Cole Caufield to register over 3.5 shots at -118. My $10 bet would return $18.50. 
Caufield, drafted 5 spots later than Vasily Podkolzin in the 2019 draft, has been on fire since the coaching change in Montreal. The 21-year-old is tied for 8th in the NHL in goals. He has 21 shots in last 4 games (5.25 per game) I like his over 3.5 tonight.
Special Teams
Elias Pettersson to register a PowerPlay point at +140. My $10 bet would return $24.00.
Montreal takes the most penalties in the entire NHL, meaning Vancouver’s 5th ranked PP in the league may have numerous opportunities to find the back of the net. I like EP40 here to score his first PP goal of the season.
Last Game Bets 
Bo Horvat to register over 2.5 shots at -150. My $10 bet would return $16.66. – HIT
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The Vancouver Canucks to score a powerplay goal at -150. My $10 bet would return $16.66. – MISSED
The game to finish with over 6.5 goals at -134.  My $10 bet would return $17.50. – HIT 
The Canucks second unit scored a goal a mere 5 second after a Brady Tkachuk penalty expired, meaning we were 5 seconds away from 3-0. Ultimately we still had a night of slight profit staking $30 and returning $34.18. We are now down $5.48 on the year.