As the last contest on a busy 13-game NHL night , Vancouver hosts Dallas in a key Western Conference clash. The Canucks are postseason positioned while the Stars are fighting for their playoff lives. Puck drop is slated for 10:00 PM ET on March 28, 2015, at Rogers Arena in British Columbia, Canada.
Vancouver Canucks: Defending Cup Champions are closing in
Posted with a +3300 money line to win the Stanley Cup in October, Vancouver has exceeded the expectations of most observers. The Canucks sit second in the Pacific and if the Kings vs Wild score holds up, it’s 2-0 Minnesota right now, a Vancouver victory will move them four points ahead of Los Angeles five up on Calgary. The ‘Nucks have been on the right side of streaky run as they have posted an 8-4-1 record in March and they control their own destiny. Keep winning and they’re in.
Dallas Star: Critical loss to the lowly Edmonton Oilers douses a hot winning run
It may be looked at as “the one that got away” after Dallas was embarrassed 4-0 by the lowly Oilers in Edmonton on Thursday night. The Stars had previously won four straight, by a 16-7 margin, and Dallas is a solid 9-4 so far this month. The winning may be too little too late though as the Lone Star State Crew are running out of track in the playoff race. The Stars trail Winnipeg by eight points for the final playoff position in the West and both teams have seven games remaining.
Stars vs Canucks Call: We were admittedly somewhat torn on this contest as both teams have had their share of recent hot and cold runs. Dalas has dominated Vancouver during six straight wins, by a 25-7 combined count, including 2-0 (V) and 6-3 (H) wins this season. Tempted by the money line, we have decided to take the pucks and side with the Stars with a 300 unit wager at SportsInteaction. With under a half hour until game time, there is still plenty of time to get in on this action. Click on the odds image below for instant access to SportsInteraction.
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