You can’t win them all: 0–2 last night. Not the way we want to start the week, but we got a big slate of games tonight to win some cash!
Three plays tonight for the Tommy Train passengers. Remember, pick up your food voucher at the station and $1 Busch lights on the drink cart tonight.
(Odds courtesy of BetRivers)
Nashville Predators -125 @ Detroit Red Wings
O/U: 5.5 +110
My pick: Red Wings ML +108. We got a matchup of old conference foes in Detriot tonight. I really like the Detroit Red Wings as home underdogs here. They are 9–2 in their own barn and four of their five wins on the win streak have come at home. This pick holds great value. No need to overthink. Ride the Wings.
Columbus Blue Jackets @ Toronto Maple Leafs -250
O/U: 6 +100
My pick: Maple Leafs three-way -157. Road games have not been good to the Columbus Blue Jackets in recent weeks, losing four straight and being outscored 18–6. Elvis Merzlikins gets the start between the pipes and his road goals against average is 4.32. The Toronto Maples Leafs should have no problem taking care of business tonight at home.
Minnesota Wild @ Edmonton Oilers -122
O/U: 6.5 -134
My pick: Over 6.5 -134. Two teams here who can flat out score. The Minnesota Wild ride a six-game win streak into Edmonton tonight, so their ML at +106 is something I would consider as well.
Make sure to follow me on Twitter, @ThomasGibbons_3, for my bonus play at 5 p.m. CST.
Happy gambling, and remember, always ride the Tommy Train.
Basics of hockey betting
Money line — Winning team
Puck line — Team wins by at least two goals (-1.5 when placing a bet)
Three-way line — Team wins in regulation
Over/under — Total goals scored during a game including overtime but not a shootout
Parlay — A combination of two or more bets
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