Free NHL Betting Play of the Day: March 4

NHL Betting

Welcome to the fifth installment of Prime Time Sports Talk’s “Free Betting Play of the Day.”

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Category: Total

Play & Odds: Rangers vs. Bruins OVER 5.5 (-120)



The total for this afternoon’s tilt in Boston between the Bruins and New York Rangers started at 5.5 and that’s where I locked in my bet. Since then, the total has increased to 6.0, which is significant for an NHL total. At -120 odds, we’re getting some relative value on the over, so that’s where we’ll put our money. Once again, never underestimate the value that comes with locking in a bet early before prospective sportsbooks and betting markets adjust.

The Bruins have been the “talk of the town” this season in and around the National Hockey League. They’re deep, talented, possess star power aplenty, and have a few new faces to bolster what was already an excellent and well-balanced hockey club. Scoring goals is certainly not an issue for Boston; they average an NHL-leading 3.8 goals per game to go along with a whopping +104 goal differential.

On the other side of the spectrum lies the Broadway Blueshirts, who rank 10th in the NHL with 3.3 goals per game. Given how this game features two of the NHL’s most potent (and balanced) offenses, I’ll take my chances with the over on a relatively low total (5.5). Despite two excellent goaltenders, I think we’ll see more offensive output and scoring chances than most are expecting.

Don’t hesitate, folks. Take the over at -120.


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