Betway Bets of the Day — Back these Edmonton Oilers and New York Rangers props

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Zach Laing
4 months ago
Welcome back to another edition of the Betway Bets of the Day!
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Our first bet of the day will be taking Zach Hyman to take over 3.5 shots on goal. These odds sit at -125.
Zach Hyman is having an excellent season, on pace to score 50 goals for the first time in his career. A big reason for that is his shot volume, the highest of his career, that’s seen him average 3.69 shots on goal per game. While he’s cashed this prop in just one of his last five games, and in 22 of 45 on the season, the Anaheim Ducks give up the fifth-most shots against per hour in the league.


Our second bet of the day will be taking Artemi Panarin to take over 3.5 shots. These odds sit at +105 and will be for two units.
I love this spot for Panarin tonight, as his Rangers take on the Chicago Blackhawks. He’s cashed this prop in two of his last five games, in 26 of 51 on the season, and in six of 10 career games against the Blackhawks. He’s seen lots of success playing Chicago, with 19 points in 10 games, so let’s throw a unit on Panarin to score 2+ points. These odds sit at +110.
Our fourth bet of the day will be taking Alexis Lafreniere to score 1+ point. These odds sit at -118.
Lafreniere’s played five games against the Blackhawks, scoring three points. Those game in his last two games, including one in January where he scored an assist and took four shots on goal. We’re going to back him to grab one point, and hope that he and Panarin can combine on a goal at some point tonight.
Record: 66-78 (-5.56u, -3.7 ROI%)
Yesterday: 2-1 (+0.97u, +19.4 ROI%)
Last 7: 5-6 (-1.23u, -9.46 ROI%)
Last 30: 15-25 (-8.96u, -19.91 ROI%)
2022-23 season: 155-149 (+16.82u, +5.55 ROI%)
*Odds available at the time of publishing and are subject to change. All suggested bets are for one unit unless otherwise noted.

Zach Laing is the Nation Network’s news director and senior columnist. He can be followed on Twitter at @zjlaing, or reached by email at zach@oilersnation.com.

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