NHL Betting (Feb 12-13)

The Pinnacle Sportsbook features the latest NHL betting lines including regulation time, OT included and 1st period. In the Eastern Conference, the Philadelphia Flyers and Montreal Canadiens meet in a home-and-home series beginning on Friday night at the Wachovia Center. The Canadiens (+111) clipped the Flyers 3-1 at the Bell Centre on December 7, but they’ll have a harder time cashing on the weekend. Get the best NHL odds with -104 pricing on sides, moneylines and totals.

NHL Betting – Flyers & Canadiens at the Wachovia Center.

Montreal is dealing with a ton of injuries, most notably to leading goal scorer Mike Cammalleri (knee). Andrei Kostitsyn (knee), Marc-Andre Bergeron (leg), Benoit Pouliot (upper body), and Paul Mara (upper body) are also out of the lineup.

The Canadiens had won three of their last four against the moneyline before taking on the Capitals, and had gone 2-6-1 O/U (5-4 ML) in their last nine contests. The Flyers have also been trending under the total lately, having played under in five straight and in seven of their last nine games (5-4 ML) before clashing with New Jersey on Wednesday night.

Saturday night’s slate is highlighted by a tilt at Staples Center between the Los Angeles Kings and Colorado Avalanche. The Kings and Avalanche were expected to finish out of the playoffs this season, but both clubs have surprised punters with their strong play since October.

Colorado had cashed in three of its last four games with Atlanta coming to Pepsi Center on Wednesday night, but it’ll run into an even hotter team when it faces off with Los Angeles. The Kings had nine paydays in their last 10 contests to their credit before hopping over the boards on Thursday night against Edmonton.