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Washington Capitals @ Montreal Canadiens (Tuesday, 00:00 GMT)
Washington Capitals will be looking to make four wins in succession when they travel to take on Montreal Canadiens. The Caps currently lead the way at the top of the Metropolitan Division with a record of 38 wins altogether – 33 regular and five in overtime. Their last defeat was a 5-1 drubbing at the hands of New Jersey Devils on January 11. The Caps have scored 13 goals in their last three matches, conceding six. The Canadiens have won three of their last four matches. They come into this one on the back of a shootout win over Vegas Golden Knights. They led the Knights 3-0 at one stage and had to rely on goals from Ilya Kovalchuk and Tomas Tatar in the shootout to claim the win. Montreal, like Washington, are not shy in front of goal and we fully expect there to be plenty of goals in this one.
Ottawa Senators @ Buffalo Sabres (Wednesday, 00:00 GMT)
Ottawa Senators will be looking to make it back-to-back wins for the first time since November when they travel to take on Buffalo Sabres. The Senators ended a 13-game losing streak last time out when they beat Calgary Flames 5-2. Goals from Brady Tkachuk, Chris Tierney, Connor Brown, Colin White and Vladislav Namestnikov helped secure a much-needed victory. The Sabres, on the other hand, come into this game on the back of a defeat. They went down 2-1 against Nashville Predators to end a three-game winning streak. These two have already met once this season with the series tied at 1-1. The Sabres took the first game 4-2 with Jack Eichel scoring all four goals, while the Senators got revenge in game two as Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored twice in a 3-1 success. Both teams are capable of scoring plenty of goals, so we are going for over 5.5 goals in this one.
Vancouver Canucks @ San Jose Sharks (Thursday, 03.30 GMT)
San Jose Sharks will be looking to level the series against Vancouver Canucks when they lock horns for the fourth time this season. Their opening game that took place on November 2 saw the Canucks cruise to a 5-2 victory with Elias Pettersson helping himself to a couple of goals. The Sharks levelled it up in game two on December 14 with Tomas Hertl, Timo Meier, Evander Kane and Logan Couture all scoring in a 4-2 success. Loui Eriksson, Tanner Pearson, Quinn Hughes and J.T Miller were the goal heroes for the Canucks as they recorded a 4-1 win to take a series lead on January 18. Vancouver Canuck are having a stellar year as they top the Pacific Division with a record of 31 wins from 49 matches, while the Sharks are sixthin the same Division with 26 wins from 50 games. The Canucks look special this season, we are backing them to win by two or more goals.
Nashville Predators @ New Jersey Devils (Friday, 00:30 GMT)
Nashville Predators will be looking to record their second win over New Jersey Devils this season. There were plenty of goals on offer when these two met on December 7. The Predators managed to score two goals in every period to record a 6-4 success. Daniel Carr, Dante Fabbro, Yakov Trenin, Filip Forsberg, Nick Bonino and Rocco Grimaldi were all on target. The Predators have had mixed run of form recently and they will be eager to claim their 23rd win of the season and move off the bottom of the Central Division. The Devils find themselves bottom of the Atlantic Division and will need to string a couple of wins together if they are to move up the ladder. This game will see plenty of goals and we are going for over 6.5 goals.