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Bet Surging Golden Knights To Take Care of Canucks

The Pacific Division-leading Vancouver Canucks visit the Vegas Golden Knights on Tuesday night in a game that could be an NHL playoff preview.

The Canucks have a five-point lead on Edmonton in the Pacific after edging Anaheim 3-2 on Sunday night for their fourth win in six games. Vancouver is without Vezina Trophy candidate Thatcher Demko in net for at least another week.

Bet Surging Golden Knights To Take Care of Canucks
Bet Surging Golden Knights To Take Care of Canucks

Vegas has found its game of late, despite an injury to its No. 1 goalie Adin Hill, with a 5-0-1 run to propel into third place in the Pacific. Vegas has allowed one goal four times during its six-game point streak.

Each team has won on the road in the season series, which includes a matchup at Vancouver on April 6. The Canucks won 3-1 at Vegas on March 7 as Demko turned aside 27 shots.

Vegas, which is three points up on Los Angeles for third in the division, is +600 in the NHL conference odds to win the West and Vancouver +700.

Canucks vs Golden Knights Game Information

  • Game: Canucks (46-20-8) vs Golden Knights (41-25-8)
  • Location: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas
  • Date/Time: April 2, 10:00 p.m. ET
  • Canucks vs Golden Knights Live Stream: NHL.com

 

The Golden Knights are the favorite in the NHL lines as they host the first-place Canucks for a showdown on Tuesday night. Vegas is 23-11-2 at home, including 4-1-0 since the loss to Vancouver. The Canucks are 21-11-4 on the road and will likely go with backup goalie Casey DeSmith, who is 3-3-1 since Demko went down with a knee injury on March 9.

Canucks vs Golden Knights Spreads and Odds

  • Under bettors are 6-0-1 at the BetUS sportsbook in the last seven Vancouver games, but 33-36-5 on the season.
  • Vegas has hit the moneyline in 35 of its last 51 games on home ice.
  • Canucks F J.T. Miller has five of his team-leading 94 points in the last four games.
  • The under is 7-2 in the last nine games for the Golden Knights and 39-35 on the season.
  • Vancouver has hit the first period game total over in 27 of its last 39 road contests.
  • Vegas C William Karlsson owns a goal and five assists during his four-game point streak.
  • The Golden Knights are 5-1 in their last six games on two days rest and the Canucks 5-1 in the last six on one day of rest.
  • Vancouver is 5-0-2 in its last seven games against division foes.

 

 

 

Canucks vs Golden Knights Over/Under Pick: Over 5½

While both teams have a great record with the under lately, anytime you have a low number like this and No. 2 goalies in net, you want to top it.

 

 

Canucks vs Golden Knights Pick ATS: Golden Knights -1½ (+190)

Logan Thompson was 5-1-0 with a .932 save percentage in March as Hill missed a portion of the month with an undisclosed injury. He should hold down the Canucks just enough.

 

 

Canucks vs Golden Knights ML Pick: Golden Knights (-130)

Vegas appears to be making its push to prepare for any NHL playoff matchups, led by forwards Jonathan Marchessault (career-high 40 goals) and a stifling defense. Forward Anthony Mantha (six points, +5 in 12 games) and defenseman Noah Hanifin (five assists, +6 in 12 games) have made impacts for Vegas since being acquired.

Vancouver’s key acquisition Elias Lindholm (nine points, 22 games) is questionable with an injury.

 

 

Canucks vs Golden Knights Player Prop: Ivan Barbashev Anytime goal (+300)

Vegas’ two-way forward boasts four goals in his last five games

 

 

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Canucks vs Golden Knights Prediction

Golden Knights 4, Canucks 2

 

 

Questions of the Day

Which team is most likely to score on the power play?


Vancouver. The Canucks are 14th in the league and Vegas is 21st, including 0-for-8 in the last four games.

Will Jack Eichel score a goal for Vegas?


Yes. The talented center has five in his last eight games.

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