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NHL Week 2 Picks

NHL Week 2 Picks
Is your head still whirling from week 1 in the NHL? Us too. But it’s time to regroup and dive right back into the action. After the hype and initial excitement is over, it’s time to get into the actual NHL season and to the business of actually playing hockey.

This is where NHL championship teams start to build winning habits. Meanwhile the lottery teams start to get a taste of how good they are not, as the early optimism from the first few games starts to get crushed. So it’s time to see exactly who is for real and who is a flash in the pan?

NHL Odds Week 2

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We had high hopes for both the Ducks and the Kings, but both teams started the season 0-2. Will they rebound? Yes, both teams are going to have a much better week, starting almost immediately.

Week 2 NHL Picks

Here’s a look at the action in a very busy second week of NHL games. Get in early and enjoy yourself.

Pittsburgh Penguins @ Montreal Canadiens Prediction

BET PITTSBURGH (+150) AT BODOG: On Tuesday, the Champs are coming off a heartbreaking loss in OT. even though they are on the road up against a very strong Montreal Canadiens team, we expect them to rebound in fine form and take this road game.

Los Angeles Kings @ Minnesota Twins Prediction

BET LOS ANGELES (+155) AT BODOG: We don’t see the Kings starting off the season in much of a slump. Look for the Kings to finally get a W on the season by breaking through in Minny on Tuesday night.

Anaheim Ducks @ New Jersey Devils Prediction

BET ANAHEIM (+135) AT BODOG: This is our bold third road win prediction of the night, and we’re picking them for the same reasons we’re calling a Kings win above. We’re not feeling a long losing skid to start the Ducks’ season. They will get on the right track in Jersey.  

Toronto Maple Leafs @ Winnipeg Jets Prediction

BET WINNIPEG: Sorry Leafs Nation, your team is going to come crashing back down to Earth pretty quickly this season. This will be a fun all-Canadian match-up, and Auston Matthews’ first trip to Winnipeg. Watch this game, and bet on the Jets to hold down the home fort.

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