Pittsburgh vs Arizona: Penguins Clash With The Coyotes
Pens aim to avoid a season high fifth straight loss
What’s wrong with Pittsburgh? That’s a question a lot of people are asking as the Penguins have lost four in a row by an 11-2 combined count. While we feel this veteran squad is playing a little possum, not having Evgeni Malkin in the line-up for three straight games hasn’t helped. Malkin and Patric Hornqvist, who have a combined 51 goals, both remain sidelined tonight. Pittsburgh is pretty much a lock to make the postseason but they are getting closer to being relegated to a Wild Card position in the East.
Arizona Coyotes: Game winning drought is much worse in the desert
Doing their best to “catch” Buffalo in the race to the NHL basement, Arizona has a 1-15-1 record since February 10, 2015. The Coyotes (50 PTS) and Sabres (47 PTS) have both played 71 games and the ‘Yotes are three points “behind” in this classic cellar battle. Using our industrial size calculator, we were able to figure out that Arizona has been outscored by a 58-22 margin over their last 17 contests.
Penguins vs Coyotes Call: As bad as Pittsburgh has played recently, we can’t see them losing to Arizona in this contest. Looking to gain some value here, we are betting on the Alternative Money Line odds posted at the Bovada sportsbook. Give us Sid the Kid & Crew with a 300 unit wager.
Bovada NHL Puck Wagering Lines – Pittsburgh Penguins vs Arizona Coyotes
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