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On paper, this is a game that the Edmonton Oilers should absolutely win. Not only are the Canucks horrible this year, but they’re also going through one of the weirdest scenes with a head coach that I can personally remember, which makes for an interesting opportunity to kick ’em while they’re down. As much as I feel bad for Bruce Boudreau — the Canucks are treating him like a real asshole despite not at all deserving it — I also believe that these are the types of situations that the Oilers need to take advantage of if they’re going to truly be considered Cup contenders. Can you beat a team like Vancouver that’s swirling the toilet bowl on their descent into mediocrity? I believe they can, and I’m planning on betting it.
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If you’re following along at home, the odds I’ll be using for my game day betting articles all season come from Betway. Here’s what I’m putting down against the Canucks:

Player Prop:

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins to score at +187. My $5 bet would return $14.37.

Easy Money:

Edmonton Oilers to win and Connor McDavid to register 2+ points at +125. My $5 bet would return $11.25.

Risky Business:

Oilers to win every period at +900. My $5 bet would return $50.00.

Can’t Miss Parlay:

Toronto over Montreal on the money line, Carolina over NYI on the money line, and Dallas over Arizona on the money line at 2.65. My $5 bet would return $13.27.

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Last Game

This was one of those nights where my bets didn’t pay but the Oilers won, and I think I’m happy with that based on where we’re at in the season. A small sacrifice to manifest the win, ya know?
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  • Zach Hyman over 3.5 shots at +110.
  • Over 1.5 total power play goals at -110.
  • Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl both to score at +250.
  • Washington over Arizona on the money line and Florida over Montreal on the money line at 2.10. ✅
And there you have it, friends. Now that you know what I’m betting on — I’ll be throwing one unit down on each bet, for the record — feel free to hit me up in the comments section to let me know what you’re looking at against the Canucks.