It will be East vs West when the Boston Bruins (95 points) visit the Edmonton Oilers (72 points) Monday night. Boston is the best team in hockey and have a nine-point lead over team with the second most points. Edmonton is third in the Pacific division but are just four points out of first and two points ahead of fourth. Below is my NHL betting pick for Bruins vs Oilers.
Bruins vs Oilers Betting Pick
|ℹ️ The Pick:||Bruins Moneyline (-156)|
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This game will be played at Rogers Place at 8:30 p.m. ET on Monday, February 27, 2023.
Why Bet the Bruins:
✅ Boston is 6-0 in their last six games played.
✅ The Bruins are 5-0 in their last five road games.
✅ Edmonton is 2-5 in their last seven games overall.
|2.33||Avg Opp Score||3.33|
|2||Avg Opp Score||4|
|1.8||Avg Opp Score||4.2|
|2||Avg Opp Score||3.6|
|2.3||Avg Opp Score||3.9|
|2.4||Avg Opp Score||3.3|
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Last time out, Boston visited the Vancouver Canucks and left with a 3-1 win. The Bruins scored two goals in the final three minutes of the first period and led 2-0 until early in the third. Vancouver got one goal back early in the third, but the Bruins hit an empty netter to get the win.
Hampus Lindholm, Brad Marchand, and goalie (!) Linus Ullmark scored on the night. Four Bruins recorded an assist in the victory.
David Pastrnak is doing what he does best as Pasta leads the Bruins with 42 goals, 37 assists, and 79 points this season. Boston is scoring 3.72 goals per game and allow just 2.09.
Edmonton visited the Columbus Blue Jackets and were beaten 6-5. The Blue Jackets led 1-0 after the first period and then a lot happened in the second. Columbus extended their lead to 4-0 before the Oilers ended the period with four goals of their own to tie it up. The Oilers could not keep the momentum up as they were outscored 2-1 in the third period and left with the loss.
Connor McDavid, two goals, was joined on the scoresheet by Warren Foegele, Leon Draisaitl, and Zach Hyman. Four Oilers recorded at least one assist in the defeat.
Connor McDavid is well on his way to the Hart Trophy this season as he leads Edmonton with 48 goals, 65 assists, and 113 points. The Oilers are scoring 3.83 goals per game and allow 3.28.