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Bet Coyotes on Road Vs Last-Place Blackhawks

The Arizona Coyotes are a road favorite in the NHL latest line on Sunday night as they try to clinch the season series against the NHL-worst Chicago Blackhawks.

The Coyotes have won three of five since a 14-game losing streak (0-12-2), including a 4-0 shutout of the playoff-positioned Detroit Red Wings on Friday night. One of the two losses was against Chicago 5-2 on Tuesday at home.

Bet Coyotes on Road Vs Last-Place Blackhawks
Bet Coyotes on Road Vs Last-Place Blackhawks

Chicago could be headed for another shot at the first pick in the draft after falling below the San Jose Sharks to last in the league with 37 points. The Blackhawks are 1-6-2 in their last nine after a 4-1 loss at Washington on Saturday night.

Tyler Johnson had three assists to lead Chicago over Arizona on Tuesday and scored the only goal on Saturday for the Hawks if you bet online. The Coyotes beat Chicago 8-1 in the other meeting on Oct. 30 in Tempe, Ariz.


Coyotes vs Blackhawks Game Information

  1. Game: Coyotes (26-33-5) vs Blackhawks (16-43-5)
  2. Location: United Center, Chicago, Ill.
  3. Day/Time: Sunday, March 10, 6 p.m. ET
  4. Coyotes vs Blackhawks Live Streaming: NHL.com


The visiting Coyotes are a favorite in the NHL lines as they go for a fourth win in five meetings with the Blackhawks on Sunday. Michael Carcone has 4 of his 18 goals for Arizona in the first two games with Chicago. The Coyotes have 10 wins on the road, already three more than all of 2022-23, and the Blackhawks are 11-17-4 at home in 2023-24.

Coyotes vs Blackhawks Spreads and Odds


  1. Over bettors are 4-1 in the last five Arizona games at the sportsbook and 35-24-5 on the season.
  2. The Blackhawks were 4-for-5 on the power play versus the Coyotes on Tuesday, but 1-for-17 in the other seven games out of the past eight.
  3. The under is 6-2 in the past eight Chicago games and 38-24-2 on the season.
  4. Arizona forward Nick Schmaltz has nine points (four goals) in his last eight outings.
  5. Blackhawks 18-year-old rookie Connor Bedard has just four assists during an eight-game goal drought, but leads the team with 43 points.
  6. The Coyotes have allowed 10 power-play goals in the past five contests.
  7. Chicago forward Philipp Kurashev has three points in the last three games, including a goal at Arizona on Tuesday.
  8. Arizona goalie Connor Ingram had a 28-save shutout on Friday after going 0-7-2 in his previous nine decisions.

Coyotes vs Blackhawks Over/Under Pick: Over 6 (Ev)

This could go either way, especially if Ingram is in net for the Coyotes. But it is likely to be more open since both teams are out of the playoff chase.


Coyotes vs Blackhawks Pick Against the Spread: Coyotes -1½ (+135)

Likely starter Arvid Soderblom beat Arizona on Tuesday with 37 saves, but it was just his third win in 22 decisions this season. We expect the Coyotes to get to him this time.


Coyotes vs Blackhawks Moneyline Pick: Coyotes (-200)

This might be the most difficult game for your NHL predictions on March 10 because both teams have been sporadic with their good efforts. But Arizona is more rested and should get the job done.


Coyotes vs Blackhawks Player Prop: Nick Bjugstad Anytime Goal (+250)

The Arizona forward, who was rumored to be traded at the deadline on Friday, has goals in his last two games and 15 on the season – his most since 2017-18.


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Coyotes vs Blackhawks Prediction

Coyotes 5, Blackhawks 3: A showcase for two of the best rookies in the NHL as Bedard tries to snap a goal drought. Arizona’s 19-year-old forward Logan Cooley has three goals in his last six games and reached 30 points on Friday. Go with the Coyotes.




Questions of the Day

Will there be at least 60 combined shots in the game?

No. Arizona averages 27.3 shots and the Blackhawks 26.7.

Will Arizona’s leading scorer Clayton Keller score a goal?

Yes. The All Star is due to break out after managing one in his last five games.

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