Over in 5/7 and 7/L10 he gets a beauty of a matchup with the Blue Jackets who give up shots by the boatload to opponents D-Men. The Devils are still without All Star forward Jack Hughes so they will rely on Dougie to get pucks on net. CBJ ranks 31st in overall shots allowed and are shorthanded over 8 mins per game, so Dougie will get ample opportunities quarterbacking the First PP Unit.
He’s been absolutely crushing this number and if we clear again it could be the last time we see it for a bit. Sitting at -164 the over is the heavy fav for us as the Panthers visit St. Louis. Over in 8 straight and 9/10, Ekblad has been firing at will, recording 7+ shot attempts in 5 of 6. The Blues sit 20th in the NHL giving up 32 shots per game so I love this number for Ekblad in a Panthers offense that leads the NHL in SOG per game with 36.
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Let’s get some heat on the ice!
Sticking with the NHL for this edition of Moneyline Tuesday as there are only two NBA lines currently less than -200. Insane. Sick League. On the ice we're going with the Panthers,...