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The Toronto Maple Leafs have made themselves right at home by winning the first three games on the current road trip while scoring 17 goals in wins over St. Louis, Arizona, and Vegas. Toronto looks to do it again as the road trip ends in Denver. When looking at our best NHL bets today, the Colorado Avalanche are a slight favorite.

Colorado has won four of the last six meetings against Toronto after a 5-3 road win last month. That was the fourth time in the last five meetings that the game went over the total. Toronto has won three of the last four road games versus the Avalanche.

Go with Maple Leafs-Avalanche To Soar Over
Go with Maple Leafs-Avalanche To Soar Over

Our NHL betting lines show that Colorado is favored at home for the second time in the last seven meetings against visiting Toronto.

Looking at NHL futures odds, the Avalanche is tied with Edmonton at +850 for the best odds to win the Stanley Cup, with the Maple Leafs at +1400 in the championship odds.

Keep on reading for more on the matchup between the Maple Leafs and the Avalanche.

 

Maple Leafs vs Avalanche Game Information

  1. Game: Maple Leafs (32-16-8) vs Avalanche (35-18-5)
  2. Date/Time: Saturday, Feb. 24, 7 p.m. ET
  3. Location: Ball Arena, Denver, CO
  4. Maple Leafs vs Avalanche Live Stream: NHL.com

 

The Maple Leafs haven’t trailed in any of the first three games on this road trip. Colorado leads the NHL with 22 home wins.

Colorado has won its last six games as the home favorite and covered against the NHL betting lines in four of those games. The Maple Leafs are 6-2 both outright and against the spread in their last six games as the road underdog.

Colorado has -120 odds to win the game outright while Toronto is at even odds to continue its winning ways.

The Maple Leafs and Avalanche will meet on Saturday, Feb. 24, at Ball Arena in Denver. You can watch the game on the NHL Network.

 

Maple Leafs vs Avalanche Odds and Spreads

 

  1. Colorado is 32-15-4 as a favorite this season.
  2. Toronto has a 3-4-1 record as the underdog.
  3. The Avalanche is 17-10 against the spread on home ice.
  4. Toronto has covered in just 11 of 29 road games.
  5. Fifteen of Colorado’s 27 home games landed over the total.
  6. The total has gone over in four of Toronto’s last five games.
  7. Six of Toronto’s last eight games played in February went over the total.
  8. The total has gone over in 14 of Colorado’s last 20 games.

 

Maple Leafs vs Avalanche Over/Under Pick: Over 6½ (-140)

Each of the last 12 times that Toronto played in Colorado, the game went over the total. That is something to consider for NHL over/under predictions.

With the offensive talent on the ice led by Toronto’s Auston Matthews, the NHL’s leader with 52 goals, and Colorado’s Nathan MacKinnon, who is one of two players with more than 90 points this season, there could be plenty of goals scored in this  clash.

 

Maple Leafs vs Avalanche ATS Pick: Maple Leafs +1½ (-225)

Toronto has won six games in a row and is 5-1 in its last six road games with Matthews scoring goals at a dizzying pace.

Coming off a win on the road against the defending Stanley Cup champion Vegas Golden Knights, Toronto looks to take down the best home team in the NHL.

The Maple Leafs look to extend their winning streak to seven games and if nothing else, Toronto could cover as the road underdog.

 

Maple Leafs vs Avalanche Player Prop Pick: Mitchell Marner 2+ Points (+150)

While much of the attention has been on Matthews as he is on pace to score 76 goals, it is easy to overlook the fact that Mitchell Marner has six straight multi-point games as he has been setting up most of Matthews’ goals.

When it comes to the NHL hockey bets today, take a look at the +150 odds for Marner to have another multi-point game.

 

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Maple Leafs vs Avalanche Prediction

Avalanche 5, Maple Leafs 4

 

 

Questions of the Day

Which team has the best recent results coming into the matchup between Toronto and Colorado?


Toronto is 8-2 over the last 10 games with wins in the last six while Colorado is 4-4-2 over the last 10.

What is a good player prop option for the Colorado Avalanche?


After recording three straight two-point games, defenseman Bowen Byram has been held without a goal or an assist in the last two games. Take a look at the +150 odds for Byram to have at least one point against the Maple Leafs.

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