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Only three games are being played in tonight's NHL lineup, but they are games that can possess significant value for potential betting opportunities. These are bets that can help casual NHL fans and betters earn significant winnings through player props
Here are our favorite NHL player prop picks for Wednesday.
The Washington Capitals are a tricky team on the offensive side of the ice. They have the talent to be much more productive and explosive, but their system is slower and more careful than some of the other offenses in the league. The Capitals only average 2.39 goals per game, 30th in the league, as their defense makes up for their lack of production.
Washington possesses numerous players that can contribute to scoring efficiently. They have eight players who have accounted for at least 11 points this season but have not eclipsed 20 yet.
One player who can make a significant impact in tonight's home game versus the New York Islanders is center Dylan Strome. In 28 games this season, Strome has accounted for 18 points with a team-high twelve goals and six assists. The Islanders' defense ranks 15th in the league in goals allowed per game (2.87), which is good and burst, but can allow themselves to be caught in opportunities to be in significant deficits.
An example was in the previous matchup where the Capitols defeated the Islanders on the road with a 4-1 score.
A potential Stanley Cup finals match-up will be played tonight as the Detroit Red Wings go on the road to take on the Winnipeg Jets. This is a game that will require the most out of both teams on both sides of the ice.
Detroit has the 5th ranked-scoring offense in the league (3.55 goals per game), but their defense is among the bottom half teams in the league (3.19 goals per game). Winnipeg’s defense ranks 5th in the league in goals allowed per game (2.6). Their offense has the potential to create some big moments as they are 13th in the league in goals per game (3.3).
The Jets have great talent around their roster, but with the serious injury to forward Kyle Connor, they need a player to step up in production. That production should come from defender Josh Morrissey, who has accounted for 27 points with 22 of them being assists. He is a player that should have no problems helping set up scoring opportunities against a Red Wings defense that is not as alert as they are on the offensive side of the ice.
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The past two games for the Los Angeles Kings have been rebound games as they've scored seven total goals against both the Seattle Kraken and the San Jose Sharks, two teams that have horrible defenses. The Kings have a chance to create another highly efficient offensive game in a rematch against the Kraken on Wednesday night.
The Kings come into this game with the third-ranked scoring offense in the league, averaging 3.57 goals per game. Seattle's defense has gotten better over the course of the season, but they are still in the middle of the league as of now despite better play allowing an average of 3.18 goals per game.
Kings forward Adrian Kempe looks to get out of the offensive slump of only on point in the last three games. He previously accounted for an assist in the win over Seattle last Saturday. Before the last three games, Kempe accounted for a goal or an assist in the previous five games.
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