Tonights NHL Picks January 27th 2015

Two picks locked in, if we add anything else we’ll send out another email. Great odds on both selections:
Winnipeg Jets @ Pittsburgh Penguins: JETS 2.10

Risk: 2 Units | Win: 2.20 Units

The Winnipeg Jets have won five in a row (seven of their last ten), and are making their way up the Central Division Standings, currently 4th with 60 points in 48 games. Winnipeg is 24-14-4-4 on the season,14-5-2-3 on the road, and currently hold the first wild card spot in the Western Conference, as the Blackhawks and Blues lead the Jets by just two points, trailing Nashville by three points. The Blues, Blackhawks, and Predators fill all three spots available in the tough Central Division, which currently leaves the Jets in a wild card position. The Pittsburgh Penguins are officially on a four game skid, and were outscored 17-9 by opponents during their four game losing streak. The Penguins are plagued with injuries right now, which includes point-leading Evgeni Malkin (51 points) as well as Captain Sidney Crosby (also tied for points with 51 points). If that wasn’t bad enough, Kris Letang (3rd in points for Pittsburgh with 32 points)
is also out indefinitely with a concussion. In addition to Malkin, Crosby, and Letang, Simon Despres is questionable for Tuesday with illness. The Penguins are going to have a tough time trying to crack the Winnipeg defense that has allowed just 2.40 goals against per game over their last 10 games, without their top three point earners on Tuesday. The Winnipeg offense has been sensational across their last ten games, scoring an average of 3.70 goals per game over that span, and will meet the Penguins defense that is without Letang, and (possibly) Despres. Note that the Penguins allowed 3.00 goals against per game over their last 10 games which is actually more than they scored. The Jets are looking for their third road win in a row on Tuesday (which would be their six win in a row overall), after defeating the Stars 2-1, and Chicago 4-2. Michael Hutchinson is coming off of a shutout against Columbus just before the All-Star break,
stopping all 29 shots against him. Michael has won each of his last four starts, and will likely get the start against Pittsburgh on Tuesday. Michael has very impressive statistics, which includes a record of 14-4-2, and the second best save percentage AND goals against average across all goalies in the NHL, with a .935 SV% and 1.90 goals against average. Very impressive. The Jets are playing excellent hockey and can easily defeat these struggling Penguins on Tuesday. The Jets offense is on fire (3.70 G/G L10), while their defense remains solid (2.40 GA/GP L10), and face the Penguins that are without Crosby, Malkin and Letang, against a Winnipeg club that has won five in a row. I’ll gladly take the Jets at an underdog price against Pittsburgh on Tuesday.

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Anaheim Ducks @ Vancouver Canucks: DUCKS 1.95

Risk: 2 Units | Win: 1.90 Units