Tonights NHL Picks- March 12 2014

Tonights NHL Picks- March 12 2014

Another flawless night last night going 2-0 with our picks and adding 4.54 more units to the bankroll. That’s 13.16 units of profit in just two days. It’s a small board tonight with just four games, we have one pick:

Boston Bruins @ Montreal Canadiens: BRUINS 1.72

The Bruins continue to dominate the Atlantic Division, sitting atop with 89 points (64 games played) while the Leafs hold the second place spot with 78 points, but have three games on the Bruins. The Canadiens sit in the final guaranteed spot in the Atlantic with the new wild card format, 3rd placeĀ  with 77 points, and one less game played than the Leafs. The Bruins have won five in a row and will look to make it six tonight against their original six rival, the Montreal Canadiens. The Boston offense has been amazing, putting 3.90 goals per game on the board over their last 10 games, and 22 goals in their 5 game win streak, an average of 4.40 goals per game. Overall, the Bruins offense ranks 3rd with 3.16 goals per game. Also note that the Bruins are 5th overall in the shot department with 32.3 shots per game. The Canadiens couldn’t find the back of the net in their most recent outing against the Sharks, suffering a 4-0 loss, marking their second loss in a row, and their third loss in their last four games. Scoring isn’t as common for the Canadiens as it is for the Bruins, as the Habs rank just 23rd overall for scoring with 2.44 goals per game.The Habs are one of the least disciplined teams in the League, taking an average of 12.5 penalty minutes per game, ranked 25th overall. The Habs have a 4th place penalty kill unit (84.6%) however they have gone just 75.7% on the penalty kill over their last 10 games, while the Bruins have the 3rd best power play in the NHL (21.1%) and have been exceptional on the power play over their last 10 games with a 24.1% success rate. The Montreal power play unit ranks 13th overall at 18.8%, while the Boston penalty kill is 12th overall at 82.9%, and 83.9% over their last 10 games. When it comes to goaltending, the Canadiens are still without starter Carey Price, and will likely start Peter Budaj. Budaj is 8-7-2 on the season with a 2.42 GAA and a .909 SV%, and was pulled in his last game against the Sharks, allowing 2 goals on 11 shots for a .818 SV%. Rask is probable for Boston and is truly one of the best in the League, with a record of 28-14-4, a .926 SV% (4th) and a 2.15 GAA (7th). We’ll look for the Bruins to win their sixth in a row tonight.

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