Prior to our coverage of the NFL Week 15 action, the National Hockey League takes center stage tonight as we preview the wagering odds and make a game day parlay prediction for the Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Los Angeles Kings contest. Puck drop is slated for 7:30 PM ET on Wednesday, December 10, 2013, from the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Canada.
Toronto Maple Leafs: Hot start has cooled some recently
Following a very hot start, that saw Toronto go 10-4 to open the 2013-14 NHL season, the Maple Leafs have fallen some recently as they have registered just six wins in their last 17 games with just two of those victories coming in regulation time. Toronto is 2-2 in December and should be well rested as they haven’t played since dropping a 5-2 decision to the Boston Bruins on Sunday. We like the Leafs to stay in this match-up and to at least keep it close.
Los Angeles Kings: Playing on back-to-back nights after blowout win
After a 6-0 blowout victory over the Montreal Canadians last night, Los Angeles (20-7-4) is playing back-to-back road games for the third time this year. The Kings have posted a 1-1 record in the second game of consecutive contests this season. Despite the whopping six goals they scored against the Habs, defense is still the name of the game for the Kings as their 62 goals allowed this season is the lowest total in the National Hockey League.
Kings vs. Maple Leafs Wagering Lines & Canada Sports Betting Parlay Prediction
With puck lines, that at are always 1.5 goals, betting on the National Hockey League can be strange at times. This contest is one of those cases as Los Angeles is road chalk at -1.5 (+215) ATS and -132 on the money line tonight at the sportsbetting.ag sportsbook. Toronto comes in as home dogs at +1.5 (-225) on the puck line and +120 S/U while the Over/Under is set at 5 (-105) goals. Parlay the Leafs at +1.5 (-225) and the OVER in this NHL action.
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