NHL Vegas Odds with Implied Goals
|Time||Team||Opponent||Open Line||Open O/U||Curr Line||Curr O/U||IGT|
|01:00 pm EDT||Hurricanes||Avalanche||-144||6.00||-145||6.00||3.44|
|01:00 pm EDT||Avalanche||@Hurricanes||126||6.00||126||6.00||2.67|
|01:00 pm EDT||Flyers||Devils||-119||6.00||-118||6.00||3.41|
|01:00 pm EDT||Devils||@Flyers||103||6.00||102||6.00||2.63|
|03:30 pm EDT||Kings||Sabres||-211||5.50||-211||5.50||3.26|
|03:30 pm EDT||Sabres||@Kings||174||5.50||174||5.50||2.48|
|04:00 pm EDT||Jets||Coyotes||-216||5.50||-205||5.50||3.25|
|04:00 pm EDT||Coyotes||@Jets||185||5.50||178||5.50||2.48|
|07:00 pm EDT||Maple Leafs||Blues||-166||6.00||-164||6.00||3.47|
|07:00 pm EDT||Blues||@Maple Leafs||145||6.00||144||6.00||2.69|
|07:00 pm EDT||Blue Jackets||Blackhawks||-164||6.00||-164||6.00||3.47|
|07:00 pm EDT||Blackhawks||@Blue Jackets||144||6.00||144||6.00||2.69|
|07:00 pm EDT||Senators||Canadiens||102||6.00||102||6.00||2.63|
|07:00 pm EDT||Canadiens||@Senators||-117||6.00||-118||6.00||3.41|
|07:00 pm EDT||Panthers||Red Wings||-200||6.50||-204||6.50||3.75|
|07:00 pm EDT||Red Wings||@Panthers||172||6.50||175||6.50||2.98|
|08:00 pm EDT||Wild||Lightning||116||6.00||119||6.00||2.66|
|08:00 pm EDT||Lightning||@Wild||-133||6.00||-137||6.00||3.43|
|10:00 pm EDT||Oilers||Predators||-102||6.00||111||6.00||2.64|
|10:00 pm EDT||Predators||@Oilers||-114||6.00||-128||6.00||3.42|
|10:00 pm EDT||Canucks||Bruins||144||6.00||140||6.00||2.69|
|10:00 pm EDT||Bruins||@Canucks||-165||6.00||-162||6.00||3.46|
|10:00 pm EDT||Golden Knights||Ducks||-164||5.50||-176||5.50||3.23|
|10:00 pm EDT||Ducks||@Golden Knights||145||5.50||154||5.50||2.45|
|10:30 pm EDT||Sharks||Islanders||-227||6.00||-231||6.00||3.52|
|10:30 pm EDT||Islanders||@Sharks||194||6.00||197||6.00||2.75|
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K. Miller - D
Miller (hand) has returned to Boston to undergo further testing.
The Bruins have two games remaining on their road trip, so it's safe to assume Miller will miss both of those contests at a minimum. Another update on the gritty blueliner's condition should surface in the coming days.
Added 3:32 pm (EST)
J. Halak - G
Halak will start in goal Saturday on Saturday night against the visiting Canucks.
Previous reports indicated that Rask would start in goal, but the Bruins will actually go with the Halak against a Canucks team that is without prized forward Elias Pettersson (concussion). Halak is 2-0-1 with a 1.69 GAA and .939 save percentage, and fantasy owners should realize that the 33-year-old has extensive experience as both a backup and starting netminder, thus adding to his appeal as a streaming option whenever he gets the nod.
Added 3:30 pm (EST)
J. Allen - G
Allen will start in goal Saturday evening against host Toronto, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Allen will be challenged by the team with the league's best power play, so it's imperative that the Blues play a disciplined brand of hockey in front of him. The Blues' traditional starter is 1-2-2 with awful ratios (3.91 GAA and .877 save percentage) through five games, so it'll be worth your time to check out alternatives on Saturday's mega daily slate.
Added 3:21 pm (EST)
Rask is slated to take on the Cancuks in the visitor's net Saturday night, Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald reports.
Rask has been a mixed bag so far, as he's compiled a 2-2-0 record, albeit with a 4.08 GAA and .875 save percentage. His latest win included 32 saves against a Detroit team that had been ravaged by injuries on the blue line. The Finn will now face a Canucks squad that ranks fourth in shooting percentage (12.8) but only 17th in scoring (3.29 goals per game) and 30th in shots attempted per game (25.6).
Added 3:13 pm (EST)
J. Quick - G
Quick will start against the visiting Sabres on Saturday, John Vogl of The Athletic reports.
Quick is 0-1-1 with a 4.82 GAA and .855 save percentage through two games for the Kings this season. It's such a small sample size because the traditional starter missed five games with a lower-body injury before getting lit up for six goals on 29 shots in his return against the Sharks on Thursday.
Added 3:05 pm (EST)
S. Santini - D
Santini took a puck to the face during the first period of Saturday's game against the Flyers and is questionable to return, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
This was a rude way for Santini to get welcomed into the 2018-19 season. He was inserted into the lineup in place of Ben Lovejoy (lower body), who's been dealing with an injury of his own. At the time of this writing, Santini's been limited to 2:33 of ice time with six minutes remaining in the second period and the score knotted up, 1-1.
Added 2:30 pm (EST)
L. Ullmark - G
Ullmark will guard the cage in Saturday's road matchup with the Kings, Mike Harrington of The Buffalo News reports.
Ullmark was razor sharp in his season debut last Saturday against Arizona, turning aside 36 shots en route to an impressive 3-0 shutout victory. The 25-year-old netminder will look to stay dialed in and pick up his second victory of the campaign in a road matchup with a Kings club that's only averaging 2.00 goals per game this campaign, 28th in the NHL.
Added 2:30 pm (EST)