NHL Pacific Betting Lines

The NHL’s Pacific Division games are on later for fans in Ontario. But it’s worth it to stay up late. The division is home to the Anaheim Ducks, the Arizona Coyotes, the Calgary Flames, the Edmonton Oilers, the Los Angeles Kings, the San Jose Sharks, and the Vancouver Canucks. The Pacific contains Canadian teams in the Oilers, Canucks and Flames, so that keeps the division under a lot of scrutiny, and makes it a popular one for NHL bettors across Canada. 

Odds On NHL Pacific Games

We are your source for the sharpest betting lines in Canada, and your go-to page for Pacific Division odds on daily basis and thoughout the season.

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Away Score Home Money Line
Wednesday 12 April
FT New York Rangers 2 - 0 Montreal Canadiens +135 -156 Odds
FT Boston Bruins 2 - 1 Ottawa Senators -125 +105 Odds
FT Jackets 1 - 3 Pittsburgh Penguins +135 -156 Odds
AOT St. Louis Blues 2 - 1 Minnesota Wild +145 -167 Odds
AOT San Jose Sharks 3 - 2 Edmonton Oilers +135 -156 Odds
Thursday 13 April
AOT Toronto Maple Leafs 2 - 3 Washington Capitals +215 -250 Odds
FT Nashville Predators 1 - 0 Chicago Blackhawks +150 -164 Odds
FT Calgary Flames 2 - 3 Anaheim Ducks +145 -167 Odds
Friday 14 April
New York Rangers 19:00 Montreal Canadiens +135 -145 Odds
Jackets 19:00 Pittsburgh Penguins +255 -159 Odds
St. Louis Blues 20:00 Minnesota Wild +175 +100 Odds
San Jose Sharks 22:30 Edmonton Oilers +135 +150 Odds
Saturday 15 April
Boston Bruins 15:00 Ottawa Senators -115 +310 Odds
Toronto Maple Leafs 19:00 Washington Capitals
Nashville Predators 20:00 Chicago Blackhawks
Calgary Flames 22:30 Anaheim Ducks
Sunday 16 April
Minnesota Wild 15:00 St. Louis Blues
Pittsburgh Penguins 18:00 Jackets
Montreal Canadiens 19:00 New York Rangers
Edmonton Oilers 22:00 San Jose Sharks

NHL Pacific Scores And Standings

Here are your Pacific standings. See who’s on top and who’s making a move.

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# team pts P W L GF GA
Regular Eastern Conference
1 Washington Capitals Washington Capitals 118 82 55 19 263 182
2 Pittsburgh Penguins Pittsburgh Penguins 111 82 50 21 282 234
3 Columbus Blue Jackets Columbus Blue Jackets 108 82 50 24 249 195
4 Montreal Canadiens Montreal Canadiens 103 82 47 26 226 200
5 New York  Rangers New York Rangers 102 82 48 28 256 220
6 Ottawa Senators Ottawa Senators 98 82 44 28 212 214
7 Boston Bruins Boston Bruins 95 82 44 31 234 212
8 Toronto Maple Leafs Toronto Maple Leafs 95 82 40 27 251 242
9 New York Islanders New York Islanders 94 82 41 29 241 242
10 Tampa Bay Lightning Tampa Bay Lightning 94 82 42 30 234 227
11 Philadelphia Flyers Philadelphia Flyers 88 82 39 33 219 236
12 Carolina Hurricanes Carolina Hurricanes 87 82 36 31 215 236
13 Florida Panthers Florida Panthers 81 82 35 36 210 237
14 Detroit Red Wings Detroit Red Wings 79 82 33 36 207 244
15 Buffalo Sabres Buffalo Sabres 78 82 33 37 201 237
16 New Jersey Devils New Jersey Devils 70 82 28 40 183 244
Regular Western Conference
1 Chicago Blackhawks Chicago Blackhawks 109 82 50 23 244 213
2 Minnesota Wild Minnesota Wild 106 82 49 25 266 208
3 Anaheim Ducks Anaheim Ducks 105 82 46 23 223 200
4 Edmonton Oilers Edmonton Oilers 103 82 47 26 247 212
5 St. Louis Blues St. Louis Blues 99 82 46 29 235 218
6 San Jose Sharks San Jose Sharks 99 82 46 29 221 201
7 Calgary Flames Calgary Flames 94 82 45 33 226 221
8 Nashville Predators Nashville Predators 94 82 41 29 240 224
9 Winnipeg Jets Winnipeg Jets 87 82 40 35 249 256
10 Los Angeles Kings Los Angeles Kings 86 82 39 35 201 205
11 Dallas Stars Dallas Stars 79 82 34 37 223 262
12 Arizona Coyotes Arizona Coyotes 70 82 30 42 197 260
13 Vancouver Canucks Vancouver Canucks 69 82 30 43 182 243
14 Colorado Avalanche Colorado Avalanche 48 82 22 56 166 278
Regular Western Conference Pacific
1 Anaheim Ducks Anaheim Ducks 105 82 46 23 223 200
2 Edmonton Oilers Edmonton Oilers 103 82 47 26 247 212
3 San Jose Sharks San Jose Sharks 99 82 46 29 221 201
4 Calgary Flames Calgary Flames 94 82 45 33 226 221
5 Los Angeles Kings Los Angeles Kings 86 82 39 35 201 205
6 Arizona Coyotes Arizona Coyotes 70 82 30 42 197 260
7 Vancouver Canucks Vancouver Canucks 69 82 30 43 182 243
Regular Western Conference Central
1 Chicago Blackhawks Chicago Blackhawks 109 82 50 23 244 213
2 Minnesota Wild Minnesota Wild 106 82 49 25 266 208
3 St. Louis Blues St. Louis Blues 99 82 46 29 235 218
4 Nashville Predators Nashville Predators 94 82 41 29 240 224
5 Winnipeg Jets Winnipeg Jets 87 82 40 35 249 256
6 Dallas Stars Dallas Stars 79 82 34 37 223 262
7 Colorado Avalanche Colorado Avalanche 48 82 22 56 166 278
Regular Eastern Conference Metropolitan
1 Washington Capitals Washington Capitals 118 82 55 19 263 182
2 Pittsburgh Penguins Pittsburgh Penguins 111 82 50 21 282 234
3 Columbus Blue Jackets Columbus Blue Jackets 108 82 50 24 249 195
4 New York  Rangers New York Rangers 102 82 48 28 256 220
5 New York Islanders New York Islanders 94 82 41 29 241 242
6 Philadelphia Flyers Philadelphia Flyers 88 82 39 33 219 236
7 Carolina Hurricanes Carolina Hurricanes 87 82 36 31 215 236
8 New Jersey Devils New Jersey Devils 70 82 28 40 183 244
Regular Eastern Conference Atlantic
1 Montreal Canadiens Montreal Canadiens 103 82 47 26 226 200
2 Ottawa Senators Ottawa Senators 98 82 44 28 212 214
3 Boston Bruins Boston Bruins 95 82 44 31 234 212
4 Toronto Maple Leafs Toronto Maple Leafs 95 82 40 27 251 242
5 Tampa Bay Lightning Tampa Bay Lightning 94 82 42 30 234 227
6 Florida Panthers Florida Panthers 81 82 35 36 210 237
7 Detroit Red Wings Detroit Red Wings 79 82 33 36 207 244
8 Buffalo Sabres Buffalo Sabres 78 82 33 37 201 237

Bet On NHL Pacific Games

We’d like to start by talking about the popular zig zag theory in sports betting. Simply put, you try to win by betting on a team that just lost their last game, thinking that they’re due to bounce back and win their next game. It’s OK (enough, I guess) when two evenly matched teams play each other. But it doesn’t factor in hot goaltenders, injuries, or a few other things that may cause a team to lose games. The theory also doesn’t consider strong or weak teams that are about to go on a big streak. It’s better than nothing, but you can do way better.

When planning your bets, always start with the goaltending matchup. And know that good defence and goaltending beats high powered offence in the NHL. Too many Canadian bettors look at offensive trends when planning. They forget a great defence can shut down a great offence.

Also, unlike the NBA, The NHL’s bad teams are actually still pretty good. The best NHL teams will likely win about 70% of their games. But the bottom class still win about 30% of their games. This means you may not see the payoff potential you would see elsewhere in other sports when the first place team meets the last place team.

At the same time, betting on the away team is not as big of a risk as it would be in the NBA or NFL. The numbers actually show that home ice is really only a big advantage for the NHL’s best teams. Everyone else only win slightly more  than half of their home games. So backing the home team won’t get you as far as you like. But it is a good idea to bet against a struggling goalie on the road, nearly every time.