Best NHL Prop Bets Today | NHL Player Props, June 10

Written by: Jay Sanin
Published June 10, 2023
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NHL Player Props, June 10

Vegas Golden Knights vs Florida Panthers Game 4

My Pick: Jonathan Marchessault anytime goalscorer (+115 at DraftKings)

Our first prop bet for Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final is for Jonathan Marchessault to score at any point in this game for the Vegas Golden Knights. Marchessault has been on fire for the Golden Knights in this series, scoring four goals in the first three games of the series. He has scored in every game of the series thus far, and will continue to pose a threat to the Florida Panthers in this contest.

Marchessault’s ability to score on the power play has been a huge reason for his success in this series. He got his goal in Game 3 while the Golden Knights were on the power play, and Vegas being as good as they have been with a man advantage could help him score again here. Look for Marchessault to be one of the biggest threats to score on the ice both on the power play and at full strength in this matchup.

My Pick: Adin Hill under 29.5 saves (-104 at FanDuel)

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Adin Hill had 20 saves in Game 3 against the Florida Panthers, a game the Golden Knights ended up losing in overtime. Here, we expect Hill to go under his saves total again, which sits at a robust 29.5 saves. Taking this under is not an expectation that Hill’s night will go poorly, but rather that the Vegas defense will once again make things difficult on the Panthers attack as a whole.

Hill only faced 23 shots on goal in Game 3, despite the game going to overtime, making it impossible for him to save 30 shots. We should see a similar situation play out here, as he will face fewer than 30 shots, which will make it a mathematical impossibility for him to save 30 shots. The defense of the Golden Knights stepping up will help Hill’s saves prop go under for a second straight game in Florida.

My Pick: Jack Eichel over 0.5 assists (EVEN at PointsBet)

Our final Stanley Cup Final prop bet for Game 4 is for Jack Eichel to record at least one assist on Saturday night. Eichel has recorded five assists through the first three games of the Stanley Cup Final, with at least one coming in each game of the series thus far. Getting him at even money to record another assist in this game feels like a gift from the sportsbooks, and we should see Eichel get another one here.

Eichel had one assist in Game 3, with that assist coming on a Jonathan Marchessault power play goal in the second period. Eichel being able to facilitate on the power play will be a theme again in Game 4, as the Panthers seem vulnerable to making mental errors leading to Vegas power plays. That trend will continue in this contest, leading to Eichel setting up a teammate for a crucial goal as the Golden Knights should be able to take a 3-1 lead in this series.

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