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Take Canucks to Win in Hockey Bets for Feb. 15

The Detroit Red Wings and Vancouver Canucks will clash for the second and final time this season when the two go head-to-head Thursday. The meeting will be the second between the teams in week, with Detroit getting the better of Vancouver at home the first time around. However, the Canucks have now won two in a row and will get to return home, where NHL bet predictions have them favored to even the series with the Red Wings.

 

Take Canucks to Win in Hockey Bets for Feb. 15
Take Canucks to Win in Hockey Bets for Feb. 15

Red Wings vs Canucks Game Information

  1. Game: Red Wings (27-19-6) vs Canucks (36-12-6)
  2. Location: Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC
  3. Day/Time: Thursday, Feb. 15, 10 p.m. ET
  4. Red Wings vs Canucks Live Stream: NHL.com

 

The Vancouver Canucks will try to extend their win streak to three when they host the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday at Rogers Arena. NHL betting lines favor the Canucks at home, with the sportsbook setting the total at 6 ½ goals.

 

Red Wings vs Canucks Odds and Spreads


 

  1. Canucks are 5-0 in their last 5 in the fourth game of a 4-in-6 situation.
  2. Red Wings are 5-1 in their last 6 after allowing 5 goals or more in their previous game.
  3. Vancouver has gone 22-9 as the favorite this season.
  4. In 13 games with shorter than -185 moneyline odds this season, the Canucks have won 10.
  5. In the last 10 games, the Canucks are 7-1-2 (75.0% of possible points).
  6. The Red Wings have claimed an upset victory in 16, or 45.7%, of the 35 games they have played as the underdog this season.
  7. Detroit has gone 4-8 when oddsmakers have listed them as underdogs of +153 or longer on the moneyline.

 

 

 

Red Wings vs Canucks Moneyline Pick: Vancouver Canucks (-180)

Vancouver bounced back from a two-game losing skid, including a loss to the Red Wings, with a pair of wins to end its road trip.

The Canucks are a solid 18-4-2 on home ice, and in their last five home games, they have averaged 3.6 goals a game. Although Detroit has been solid offensively as well, rivaling Vancouver’s 3.69 goals a game with its own 3.5-goal average, it has averaged three goals in its last three road games.

Detroit is also not as strong as Vancouver defensively, giving up eight goals in its last game and 4.67 in its last three road contests. The Canucks, meanwhile, own a third-ranked defense, allowing 2.57 goals a game, and projected starter Thatcher Demko is fifth in the league with a .919 save percentage.

Though both teams should trade blows to keep the game exciting once again, the Canucks’ edge on defense and at home should ultimately help them pick up another win.

 

Red Wings vs Canucks Player Prop Pick: David Perron At Least One Point (+114)

Perron has just 26 points this season, but he has started to step up in the new year, scoring almost half of them since the start of January. Perron has three points through two games in February and has notched at least one point in three of his last four games, including one in the first game against Vancouver.

He has been equally as solid on the road this season, recording 12 points away from home as he has in Detroit. After the first game with Vancouver went to overtime and with the rematch expected to be competitive as well, Perron should be involved in the scoring yet again for the Red Wings.

 

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Red Wings vs Canucks Prediction

Canucks 4, Red Wings 3

 

 

 

Questions Of The Day

What was the score of the first game between these two?


Detroit defeated the Canucks 4-3 in overtime at home in the first matchup.

What is Vancouver’s record at home?


The Canucks have a strong record at home, going 18-4-2 on home ice.

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