04/29/2021 Thur-Sun NHL Betting Odds, Picks Podcast
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April 29, 2021 | The Hockey Betting Podcast

And Yancey's Fancy wins "by a nose" ahead of this weekend's Kentucky Derby (place) and the NFL Draft (show) on the April 29, 2021 episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast. Brian Blessing and Cam Stewart are chomping at the bit to get started on the NHL betting board, but are their eyes bigger than their stomachs with so many betting opportunities on the plate? Cam hears the dogs are howling, and he's ready to eat the moon if it's made out of blue cheese to plus money. Listen to this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast for all of Brian and Cam's NHL betting insights, NHL picks predictions, and gambling comic relief.

Thursday, April 29, 2021 NHL Betting Lines, Analysis, Picks

New York Islanders at New York Rangers 

NHL bettors clearly prefer the New York Rangers (-120) on Thursday, but do not foresee much offence in the Big Apple, with the O/U total steady at (5.5). Cam already feels good about this game. Everything is on the line for the Islanders. Hear how the guys are looking at the betting angles for this NHL match-up on this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast.

Philadelphia Flyers at New Jersey Devils

Philly netminder Brian Elliott gave up a disgusting five goals on 26 shots on Tuesday. With the Flyers (-130) knocked out of the NHL playoff race, will the club's season end with more embarrassing outcomes? Head the guys discuss their takes on this NHL game on this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast.

Detroit Red Wings at Carolina Hurricanes

With the cellar of the Central Division meeting a Stanley Cup contender, the odds on a straight-up Carolina Hurricanes win are at a stopwatch-short (-400). Will Cam and Brian consider Detroit's (+310) money line or plus-odds puck line on principle alone, or are the Red Wings all out of upsets for 2021? Brian invokes the Sasquatch foot is due. Hear the guys hash out their predictions on this NHL game on this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast.

Pittsburgh Penguins at Washington Capitals

The Pittsburgh Penguins slipped against Boston this week, and while the Washington Capitals can be proud of shutting out the New York Islanders and "choking them out like a python" twice in three games, lots of East Division teams have been taming the Isles' forward lines. With each team clearly holding back prior to the Stanley Cup playoffs, the cautious O/U total (5.5) stands out amid nearly-even odds to win. Listen to this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast for all of Brian and Cam's handicapping insights, picks predictions, and betting humour.

Buffalo Sabres at Boston Bruins

The Boston Bruins earn the second (-400) money line of Thursday night, hosting a Buffalo Sabres club that fears a potential fire-sale in the offseason. With such a heavy favorite in the game, the guys discuss parlay opportunities for taking a flyer. Hear the guys discuss this NHL match-up on this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast.

Florida Panthers at Chicago Blackhawks

Late-blooming winger Jonathan Huberdeau scored five points in the Florida Panthers' bounce-back 7-4 win over Nashville this week. The flourish of offence from the Panthers has helped cause Florida's line to shrink to (-155) against the host Chicago Blackhawks. Cam admits that he's no team psychologist, but are the Blackhawks fully deflated? Hear the conversation on this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast.

Calgary Flames at Edmonton Oilers

Another goal total shrinks to (6) for a North Division faceoff, as oddsmakers trust Edmonton (-141) to handle the visiting Calgary Flames. Listen to this episode of the Hockey Betting Podcast for the details.

Dallas Stars at Tampa Bay Lightning

The Tampa Bay Lightning are no longer drawing Stanley Cup futures bets at 6/1 odds, but are still cast as a solid (-170) favourite over the Dallas Stars, who finally have a playoff bid in sight after making strides over the last few weeks. Hear the guys cover the betting angles on this NHL match-up on this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast.

Vancouver Canucks at Toronto Maples Leafs

It appears that oddsmakers have submitted their verdict that the Vancouver Canucks are just about finished winning games on the road in 2020-21. Toronto is a (-115) bet on the puck line (-1.5) to defeat visiting Vancouver by two goals or more. Listen to this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast and hear "Canadian" attorney Lionel Hutz argue an interesting case.

St. Louis Blues at Minnesota Wild

An irresistible force meets an immovable object as the St. Louis Blues (+120) have begun to sing against the cream of the West Division, but the Minnesota Wild remain an extremely tough out on home ice. Hear what the guys are taking into consideration on this NHL game on this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast.

Friday, April 30, 2021 NHL Betting Lines, Analysis, Picks

Winnipeg Jets at Montreal Canadiens

Winnipeg has lost five in a row, calling into question how worried the Jets are about jockeying for North Division position with the Calgary Flames 12 points behind. Montreal is only six points clear of the dreaded fifth spot and is favoured at (-127) odds as the more desperate club on Friday. Hear the guys hash out the betting strategies on this NHL match-up on this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast.

San Jose Sharks at Colorado Avalanche

The Colorado Avalanche are a thin-odds money line favourite over "S.J. Sharky," but nowhere nearly as exaggerated as the Canes and Bruins' 1-to-4 Thursday lines at just (-250). Listen to this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast for the guys' discussion on this NHL match-up on this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast.

Los Angeles Kings at Anaheim Ducks

L.A. Kings and "Stanley Cup playoffs" won't cling in conjunction this spring, but the Kings remain a hollow (-126) favourite over the last-place Anaheim Ducks. Don't over-think it, but these teams are already practicing with new sets of Callaway golf clubs in preparation for the summer. Hear the guys' attempt to keep it simple on this NHL game on this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast.

Vegas Golden Knights at Arizona Coyotes

Arizona is chasing St. Louis in the West Division with three other teams out-of-reach. A playoff-urgency angle for the Coyotes could cast the Friday hots' puck line solidly in minus-payoff range, but Las Vegas is skeptical of its hometown boys losing straight-up, offering (-195) odds on the division leaders. The reoccurring theme this season is right when you think a team is done, they come back. Listen to this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast for all of Brian and Cam's NHL betting insights, situational handicapping, and free NHL picks.

Saturday, May 1, 2021 NHL Betting Lines, Analysis, Picks

Brian and Cam take a look ahead at this weekend's NHL schedule and see a number of betting opportunities including those pending outcomes on Thursday and Friday. Ottawa and Montreal meet for a marquee match-up on Hockey Night in Canada. Momentum and disinterest come into play as the guys consider the slate of games this weekend. Listen to this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast for all of Brian and Cam's picks predictions, hockey betting tips, and gambling humour.

Buffalo Sabres at Boston Bruins

Tampa Bay Lightning at Detroit Red Wings

New York Rangers at New York Islanders

New Jersey Devils at Philadelphia Flyers

Pittsburgh Penguins at Washington Capitals

Columbus Blue Jackets at Carolina Hurricanes

Ottawa Senators at Montreal Canadiens

Vancouver Canucks at Toronto Maples Leafs

San Jose Sharks at Colorado Avalanche

St. Louis Blues at Minnesota Wild

Florida Panthers at Chicago Blackhawks

Dallas Stars at Nashville Predators

Vegas Golden Knights at Arizona Coyotes

Los Angeles Kings at Anaheim Ducks

Calgary Flames at Edmonton Oilers

Sunday, May 2, 2021 NHL Betting Lines, Analysis, Picks

Tampa Bay Lightning at Detroit Red Wings

Listen to this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast for all of Brian and Cam's hockey betting strategies, NHL picks predictions, and a few laughs along the way.

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