Betway Bets of the Day: Bet on Kadri to fire the puck Sunday afternoon

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It’s the Calgary Flames’ second matinee game in as many days as they travel to Raleigh, North Carolina, to play the Carolina Hurricanes. The Flames have edged out the Hurricanes, winning two of their last three head-to-head games, while the game total has gone under the 6.5 line in six of their previous seven meetings. 
Today’s expected goaltender matchups for our highlighted game:
The Calgary Flames’ Dan Vladar (8-7-2) vs. The Florida Panthers’ Frederik Andersen (5-1).

Nazem Kadri Over 2.5 Shots on Goal (-167)

Your $10.00 bet would return $17.50.
It is rare to see a Nazem Kadri line that is playable at this 2.5 line, so it’s a must-bet when given the opportunity.
Kadri has cleared this line in six of his last 10 games, averaging 2.9 shots on 5.5 shot attempts. Over Kadri’s last four road games, he cleared in three games, averaging 2.8 shots on 5.8 shot attempts per game. Looking at his full season road splits, Kadri clears this line at a 53% clip, averaging 2.9 shots on 6.2 shot attempts.
Against the Hurricanes, Kadri has covered this line in four straight, averaging 4.0 shots on 6.8 shot attempts — including their earlier match-up this season where Kadri had five shots on seven attempts. Carolina averages the ninth most shots on goal to centres, averaging 11.8 shots to the position per game. 

Martin Necas Over 2.5 Shots on Goal (-105)

Your $10.00 bet would return $17.50.
Martin Necas has covered this line in eight straight games, averaging 3.9 shots on 6.1 shot attempts per game. Of his last nine home games, Necas has covered this line in seven games, averaging 3.7 shots on 6.2 shot attempts. Necas shoots better at home than he does on the road this season, clearing at a 57% clip, averaging 3.3 shots on 6.0 shot attempts. 
Against the Flames, Necas cleared this line in last season’s home game, finishing with four shots on eight attempts. However, he failed to hit this mark in their meeting in Calgary this season, finishing with just one shot on four attempts. The Flames allow the ninth most shots on goal to wingers, averaging 12.2 shots to the position per game. 

Last Game Recap

Matthew Tkachuk Over 2.5 Shots on Goal – WON – (+$9.00)
Jonathan Huberdeau Point – LOSS – (-$10.00)
Matthew Tkachuk comes through, finishing with four shots on eight shot attempts. Anthony Stolarz was too good yesterday, as he and the Panthers allowed just one goal, and Jonathan Huberdeau missed his point prop. However, it is frustrating to see Huberdeau’s linemate, Yegor Sharangovich, score the goal and not see Huberdeau make the score sheet.
All-Time Record: 45-58 (-$155.78)

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