Betway Bets of the Day: Calgary Flames at Arizona Coyotes
Photo credit:Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports
By Ryan Pike1 month ago
Be sure to check Betway for the latest Flames game NHL odds!
Welcome to the Betway Bets of the Day! Every single game day we are going to provide you with some recommended bets while also showing the value behind placing said bets.
Disclaimer: Betting problems are not just about losing money. If you or anyone you know has issues with gambling please seek help as soon as possible. We encourage everyone to bet responsibly, but if more help is needed please visit responsiblegambling.org for more information.
The Flames are coming off a dramatic loss to Philadelphia on Monday afternoon. They’re a shot volume team that can’t quite take advantage of that shot volume. Meanwhile, the Coyotes are in the NHL’s bottom third, but they’re a young, scrappy team that’s playing loose, fast hockey.
The Coyotes are 4-0-3 since the start of February, while the Flames are 2-3-2.
Primary Bet – Total goals under 5.5 – (+125)
A $1 bet would pay out $2.25. The Flames are a shot volume team, but the Coyotes are starting Karel Vejmelka, who is sneaky good (and who a shot volume opponent seems to fit nicely based on his history as an NHL netminder). The Flames will probably out-shoot the Coyotes handily, but fail to score a ton. Given the situation, a 3-1 or 3-2 game feels like what we’re in for.
Secondary Bet – Elias Lindholm anytime goalscorer – (+175)
A $1 bet pays out $2.75. Lindholm just had a baby (hooray!) but hasn’t yet used his newfound Dad Energy to score a goal. He’s due for one, Dad Energy or not, and this game seems a good time for him to break out.
Tertiary Bet – Matias Maccelli 1+ points – (-110)
A $1 pays out $1.90. As Mike Gould keeps reminding me, Maccelli leads all NHL rookies in assists. In the absence of a Juuso Valimaki Revenge Goal – we couldn’t find posted odds on Valimaki to score or get a point – go with Maccelli as your token opponent bet. He always seems to get a point one way or another.
Recent articles from Ryan Pike