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Welcome back to the Betway Bets of the Day! All bets are for one system unless otherwise kept in mind.

Our very first bet of the day is Mika Zibanejad o3.5 Shots on Goal. This line sits at +105.

Zibanejad has actually been acquiring the shots throughout the whole season. The Rangers forward has actually discovered the net 161 times this season throughout his very first 44 video games. That number is high enough to make him the leading shot-taker for the whole Rangers lineup. Zibanejad is balancing 3.65 shots on objective per contest this season, and he has actually likewise struck the set 3.5 shot prop in successive video games. 

New York will be checking out the Columbus Blue Jackets this evening, which is a dream match for Zibanejad shot prop takers. Columbus is permitting 35.3 shots on objective per hour, which is the 2nd most in the league. This video game will mark the very first match in between these 2 groups given that completion of October, and because video game, Zibanejad set up 5 shots on objective.  

 

Our 2nd bet of the day is Ottawa Senators To Score a Power Play Goal. This line sits at +110.

The Ottawa Senators have actually scored a Power Play Goal in 4 of their last 6 video games. Tonight, they will aim to extend their outstanding streak as they take a trip to St.Louis to handle the Blues. Ottawa has actually had a strong proving from their Power Play system this season, as they hold a 26.6% success rate with the guy benefit (sixth in the NHL). That number is set to increase due to their match versus the opposing Blues’ unique groups system. 

St.Louis hosts the Sens’ tonight with a disconcerting 72.9% Penalty Kill portion (28th in the NHL). With Ottawa taking advantage of the guy benefit in their previous variety of video games and with their dream match versus St.Louis, I like the worth of this play tonight.   

 

Record: 47-48-1 



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